The FEWCON project seeks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through conservation of household-scale direct and indirect (via food and water) energy use.
Read more about this project in the following publications
Floress, K., Showm, K., Caggiano, Holy., Slattery, J., Cuite, C.,Schelly, C., Halvorsen, K.E., Lytle W. (2022). Habitual food, energy, and water consumption behaviours among adults in the United States: Comparing models of values, norms, and identity. Energy Research and Social Science, Vol 85
Lytle, W., Schelly, C., Floress, K., Shwom, R., Halvorsen, K. E. (2021) Environmental Decision Making Shaped by the Home: Situating Consumption in the Household Context. Human Ecology Review, Vol 26
Watkins, D., Shwom, R., Schelly, C., Agusdinata, D., Floress, K., Halvorsen, K.E. (2019). Household Conservation and the Food-Energy-Water Nexus
In Halvorsen, K.E., Schelly, C., Handler, R., Pishcke, E., and Knowlton, J. (2019) Eds. A Research Agenda for Environmental Management. Elgar Research Agendas.