DOI: 10.31234/osf.io/r98ce
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Abstract: The production, transportation, storage, and waste of food products have a significant impact on the environment. We investigated whether displaying products in ascending order of their carbon footprint in an online supermarket environment can shift consumer choices towards more sustainable options. We also examined whether the effect of the ordering intervention differs when the ordering is overt, where information about the ordering is explicit, compared to when it is covert and participants are not told abo… Show more

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