School or Research Centre
School of Environment, Science and Engineering
Lead Partner Organisation
Southern Cross University
Other Partner Organisations
Foodworks Store Ballina
Jerome K. Vanclay, School of Environmental Science and Management, Southern Cross University, PO Box 157, Lismore NSW 2480, Australia. firstname.lastname@example.org
Carbon label · Ecological footprint · E missions reduction · Green consumers · Consumer environmental purchasing behaviour
Jerome K. Vanclay, John Shortiss,Scott Aulsebrook, Angus M. Gillespie, Ben C. Howell, Rhoda Johanni, Michael J. Maher, Kelly M. Mitchell, Mark D. Stewart, Jim Yates. (2008) Ballina Carbon Labels. ePublications@SCU.
These data were collected as part of a class exercise in FOR00110 Natural Resource Policy to examine community response to carbon labelling.The data were collected in a grocery store in East Ballina, a seaside suburb in northern New South Wales (Australia) with a demographic similar to the median for Australia. Data from an automated till was collected, enabling monitoring of weekly sales data before and after applying carbon labels to selected products. Hence, the primary data are point-of-sale volume data.
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Sales of 37 items during 12 weeks of the study. The typical item is a grocery item weighing about 1 kg.
Only one file; every row and column in the spreadsheet is labelled. Data arranged with columns representing weeks, and rows representing items – all clearly labelled. Raw data as a .csv is provided as well as .xls