Promoting Pro-Environmental Behaviors: A Challenge for Use of Life Cycle Thinking-Based Information

Sarunnoud Phuphisith

The University of Tokyo

Sarunnoud Phuphisith is a PhD candidate in the Department of Urban Engineering (Environmental Engineering) at the University of Tokyo, Japan. Her research interests include environmental behaviors, environmental and sustainable practices, and environmental impact analysis. Sarunnoud was born in Chiang Mai, Thailand. She received a B.S. in Environmental Engineering from Chiang Mai University, Thailand and a M.S. in Environmental Engineering and Management from Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand. In addition to her academic interests, she is interested in cultures, languages and travel. 


Information provision is one of the most conventional strategies for promoting pro-environmental behaviors (PEBs). Information has been provided in many types which include declarative, procedural, impactful and normative... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Sarunnoud Phuphisith (The University of Tokyo)
  2. Kiyo Kurisu (The University of Tokyo)
  3. keisuke hanaki (The University of Tokyo)

Topic Areas

• Human behavior and rebound , • Education in sustainability science , • Sustainable consumption and production


TS-12 » Methodological developments towards sustainable consumption (11:30 - Tuesday, 27th June, Room I)

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