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Can shifting social norms help mitigate climate change?

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People are holding banner signs while they are going to a demonstration against climate change. Protest against global warming. Climate change protest concept.

Science Magazine, October 2022

Climate change is the result of many human activities, from carbon emissions to deforestation, and it will take multiple and varied interventions to mitigate it, including legislation, regulation, and market-based solutions implemented at local, national, and global levels. Demand-side factors, such as changes in social norms, can also help by creating political pressure for increased climate action. In addition, they can strengthen the efficacy of other interventions, for example by increasing the acceptance and adoption of new technologies or adherence to laws and regulations.

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