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  • of People-Enviromental Studies AUTUMN 2015 - #43

    Editor: Ricardo Garca Mira

    LUND/ALNARP (SWEDEN) JUNE 27TH TO JULY 1ST

    24TH CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION

    FOR PEOPLE-ENVIRONMENT STUDIES

    www.iaps24.se

    IDENTITY AND PRO-ENVIRONMENTAL bEHAVIOR

    FUTURE THINkINg AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: A RESEARCH AgENDA

    REFRAMINg THE RELATIONSHIP bETWEEN STAkEHOLDERS AND SCIENTISTS

    bLUE AND PINk IN ACADEMIA: PERCEPTION OF SCIENTIFIC CONTRIbUTIONS TO PEOPLE-ENVIRONMENT STUDIES

    DOES NEIgHbOURHOOD ATTACHMENT MEAN TO CARE FOR AND TO MAINTAIN IT?

    TECHNOLOgY AND INNOVATION IN ADAPTINg ARCHITECTONIC TRADITIONAIMINg FOR A SUSTAINAbLE FUTURE IN THE MIDDLE EAST

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  • Submissions

    Whilst we encourage all our members to submit material, any submission for inclusion in the Bulletin should be written to high standards of English grammar and punctuation. To help the review process, we kindly ask you have the material checked by a fluent English speaker before submitting it to the Bulletin.

    Please, send your contributions for the next issue by e-mail to Ricardo Garca Mira, at the following address: bulletin.iaps@gmail.com

    All manuscripts should be written in Times New Roman 12 pt., double-spaced. The maximum word length for articles is 2000 words. Include names, affiliation and full contact details of all the authors. Editor

    Ricardo Garca Mira

    Editorial TeamAleya Abdel-HadiGiuseppe CarrusCorina IlinOmbretta RomiceKevin ThwaitesClare Twigger-Ross

    Editorial CommitteeAngela CastrechiniArza ChurchmanJos A. CorralizaTony CraigSandrine DepeauEdward EdgertonFerdinando FornaraBirgitta GatterslebenBernardo HernndezMaria JohansonFlorian KaiserPeter KellettMarketta KittaRoderick LawrenceJeanne MooreEnric PolMassimiliano ScopellitiHulya TurgutDavid Uzzell

    Bulletin of People- Enviromental Studies.

    Autumn 2015 Number 43ISSN: 1301 - 3998

    www.iaps-association.org

    Instructions on how to become an IAPS member, or to renew your membership, are available on the IAPS webiste: iaps-association.org

    International Association for People-Environment Studies aims to improve the physical environment and human well-being.

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    Photo CreditsAll photographs included in this list are under a Creative Commons license: Attribution-noncommercial 3.0 Unported.

    Cover: Domkyrkan, Lund by Ulf K*.Page 2: IMG_5907 by Brian Jeffery Beggerly*.Page 5: Getting Dark in Dubai by Michael Theis*.Page 11: Polar bear, Saint-Felicien zoo, Quebec by Aramisse*.Page 12: Summer Safari Day Camp by Cristina Santisteven*.Page 14: fissure by Dave Appleby*.Page 14: Retrieving the Drop by Kathryn Hansen*.Page 15: 2014 Peoples Climate March NYC 5 by Stephen Melkisethian*.Page 22: Reading by Pedro Ribeiro Simes*.Page 23: St. James Parish Library (11) by Michael Sauers*.Page 25: Mlaga by Leo Hidalgo*.Page 27: Clle by Leo Hidalgo*.Page 27: Mlaga compacta by Leo Hidalgo*.Page 35: Matanzas Inlet Guided Hike by GTM NERR*.Page 35: Fundy Biosphere Reserve - New Brunswick by Tony Webster*.Page 36: Morning mist in the eucalyptus forests... by Malte Karger*.

    Page 37: Pelican by Andrew Miller*.Page 38: Photo by GTM NERR*.Page 39: Baby gray whale watching by Sam Beebe*.Page 44: NTNU by Jaime Prez*.Page 46: 365 weekly theme, #41.3, yellow by GmanViz*.Page 46: University of Michigan School of Education by Carl Berger*.Page 49: asbl Atomium vzw by Axel ADDINGTON*.Page 53: Vlkommen till Lund by mroach*.Page 53: Pink Cherry blossom by Susanne Nilsson*.Page 55: Bonn by aschaefer77*.Page 60: Granada, Spain by Living-Learning Programs*.Page 65: Sombreado y reflexionar 1 by Miguel Saavedra*.Page 66: Over-Consumption by Jeremy Blanchard*.Page 67: Rood op geel Plantage Middenlaan Amsterdam by FaceMePLS*.Back: Alnarp manor by David Lebech*.

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  • IAPS Board 2012-2015

    The IAPS Board is now structured into four workgroups, each with a lead responsible member.

    Management Responsible: Ricardo Garca Mira (President).

    Members: Giuseppe Carrus (Secretary), Clare Twigger-Ross (Treasurer), Seungkwang Shon (Membership/Listserve) and Tony Craig (Website). Tasks: finances, membership, profile, constitution, elections, meetings,

    conference voting, general liaison, and the public face of IAPS.

    Published OutputsResponsible: Ricardo Garca Mira (Bulletin).

    Members: Giuseppe Carrus (Bulletin), Claudia Andrade (Newsletter), Tony Craig (Website) and Ian Simkins (Website).

    Tasks: bulletin, website, newsletter, bibliography, publicity.

    Conference related activitiesResponsible: Sigrun Kabisch (Conference Support, YRW).

    Members: Petra Schweizer-Ries (Conference Support, YRW), Karina Landeros (YRW) and Claudia Andrade (YRW). Tasks: Young Researchers Workshop, Hall of Fame, conference support.

    NetworksResponsibles: Kevin Thwaites and Ian Simkins.Members: Karina Landeros (Networks, YRW).

    Tasks: Iaps networks coordination.

    Ricardo Garca Mira, PresidentUniversity of A Corua Spain

    Giuseppe Carrus, Secretary

    University of Roma TreItaly

    Clare Twigger-Ross, Treasurer

    Collingowood Environmental Planning Ltd.UK

    Tony Craig, Website, MembershipThe James Hutton InstituteScotland, UK

    Claudia Andrade, Website, NewsletterYRW. Lisbon University InstitutePortugal

    Ian Simkins, Website, NetworksExperiemics, Experiential Landscape ResearchUK

    Petra Schweizer-Ries, MembershipConference support, YRW.Bochum University of Applied Sciences,Germany

    Kevin Thwaites, NetworksUniversity of SheffieldUK

    Sigrun Kabisch, Conference support, YRWHelmholtz Centre for Environmental ResearchGermany

    Seungkwang Shon, MembershipDongshin UniversitySouth Korea

    Karina Landeros, Networks, YRWNational Autonomous University of Mexico

    Caroline Hagerhall, MembershipSwedish University of Agricultural SciencesSweden

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  • Bulletin SummaryEDITORIAL ADDRESS

    Editorial address (R. Garca Mira)

    P. 7

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    CONTRIbUTIONS

    Identity and pro-environmental behavior (S. Clayton)

    Future thinking and environmental protection: A research agenda (T. L. Milfont)

    Reframing the relationship between stakeholders and scientists (G. Polhill, V. Pandur, I. Macsinga, A. Dumitru, I. Omann, M. Kammerlander)

    Blue and pink in the academia? Perception of scientific contributions to people-environment studies(B. Corts, V. Sevillano)

    Does neighbourhood attachment mean to care for and to maintain it?(M. C. Hidalgo, B. Hernndez Ruiz, P. Moreno) Technology and innovation in adapting architectonic tradition aiming for a sustainable future in the middle east (I. S. Fardous, A. Bennadji)

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    P. 8-34

    RESEARCH PROgRAMS

    Position paper of the German Mab National CommitteeSustainable and alternative lifestyles in EuropeA call for University partners to Examine the changing culture of sustainability on your campus

    344045

    P. 34-46

    IAPS POLICIES

    IAPS policy on supporting the participation of early career researchers in research meetings IAPS policy in promoting cooperation with the strategic plans of the european commission

    4749

    P. 47-50

    CONFERENCES

    24th IAPS ConferenceNature-based solutions to climate change in urban areas and their rural surroundingsInternational Conference on environmental psychology

    515456

    P. 51-56

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  • JOURNAL REVIEW

    URBS. Journal of Urban Studies and Social Science The journal of Integrated Design Research (JIDR)

    6869

    P. 68-69

    PUbLICATIONS

    American Psychologist. Expanding the Role for Psychology in Addressing Environmental Challenges Nature Climate Change. Psychological research and global climate change

    7071

    P. 70-71

    RECENTLY ACCOMPLISHED PhD PROJECTS

    Pro-environmental behaviour in the workplace: the role of universitiesDo norms matter? the role of normative considerations as predictors of pro-environmental behaviourCan you feel it? the role of feelings in explaining pro-environmental behavior

    656667

    P. 65-67

    NEWS

    Repair caf contributes to a sustainable society repair cafeIAPS Board meeting at the University of GranadaEuropean Congress of psychologyInternational Workshop pressure-cooker on Theories of change in sustainability transitions

    57596264

    P. 57-64

    bOOk REVIEW

    Fostering Reasonableness: Supportive Environments for Bringing Out Our Best Special Issue: Positive and Environmental Psychology Schools for the Future

    727374

    P. 72-74

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  • Editorial address,by Ricardo Garca Mira

    The IAPS is opening its doors again with this new edition of the Bulletin of People-Environment Studies, accessible free of charge for the scientific community, and more committed to a lower impact on the use of natural resources with this electronic edition. This edition includes reflections by Susan

    Clayton on research into pro-environmental behaviour that she carried out, concerning individual factors that predict pro-environmental behavior, and more specifically the role of environmental identity and social context that could favor the birth of said environmental identity to train people who act responsibly with nature. Taciano L. Milfont invites us to consider how the psychological phenomenon of future thinking can involve us more in environmental matters concerning respect for nature. Taciano takes on the relevance of the experience of the temporal dimension in relation to short and long-t