Center for Corporate Environmental Performance
FROM THE MAGAZINE
Does environmentalism need to make peace with capitalism?
A Zocalo & UCLA Anderson event. Moderated by Warren Olney, Host, KCRW’s “To the Point”
Some see markets and corporations as obstacles to saving the planet, while others seek to weaken the capitalist system through government regulation, litigation, and appeals to the public to limit consumption. But so far, curbs on capitalism have had limited success in mitigating climate change, or producing transformational reversals of environmental damage. How can you...
Magali Delmas and Emma Barnosky in UCLA Newsroom: To Boost Recycling, Reward Consumers with Discounts, Deals and Social Connections
Magali Delmas and PhD candidate Emma Barnosky use behavior science to foster goals ranging from energy conservation to community solidarity.
Magali Delmas and Emma Barnosky in Efficient Gov — How to Boost Recycling in Your Community: Reward Consumers
Americans recycle only about one-third of the solid waste we generate. Magali Delmas and Emma Barnosky argue that with the right motivators, we could do more.
Magali Delmas Writes for The Conversation: How to Boost Recycling: Reward Consumers with Discounts, Deals and Social Connections
Magali Delmas, Ph.D. candidate Emma Barnosky and colleagues uncovered promising solutions to boost recycling by rewarding consumers with discounts, deals and social connections.
Magali Delmas and Emma Barnosky in the Sun Sentinel — How to boost recycling: Reward consumers with discounts, deals and social connections
Magali Delmas, Ph.D. candidate Emma Barnosky and economist Marieke Huysentruyt uncovered promising solutions to the recycling crisis driven by personal benefits and social connections.
Magali Delmas and Emma Barnosky in Boston Business Journal: How to boost recycling — Reward consumers with discounts, deals and social connections
Magali Delmas and Ph.D. candidate Emma Barnosky address how to overcome recycling challenges.
Washington Post: Trump wants to cut programs that help buildings save energy. This new study says they work.
Thanks to a partnership program at UCLA, Magali Delmas and co-author Omar Isaac Asensio were able to access energy data from buildings throughout Los Angeles and use it to evaluate the performance of three separate energy efficiency programs.
NBC News: Energy Use Study