Joop de Boer
Joop de Boer
Senior researcher, Institute for Environmental Studies, VU University Amsterdam
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Can we cut out the meat of the dish? Constructing consumer-oriented pathways towards meat substitution
H Schösler, J de Boer, JJ Boersema
Appetite 58 (1), 39-47, 2012
3332012
Towards more sustainable food choices: Value priorities and motivational orientations
J De Boer, CT Hoogland, JJ Boersema
Food Quality and Preference 18 (7), 985-996, 2007
2292007
Sustainability labelling schemes: the logic of their claims and their functions for stakeholders
J De Boer
Business Strategy and the Environment 12 (4), 254-264, 2003
2172003
Food and sustainability: Do consumers recognize, understand and value on-package information on production standards?
CT Hoogland, J de Boer, JJ Boersema
Appetite 49 (1), 47-57, 2007
1822007
“Meatless days” or “less but better”? Exploring strategies to adapt Western meat consumption to health and sustainability challenges
J de Boer, H Schösler, H Aiking
Appetite 76, 120-128, 2014
1632014
Protein consumption and sustainability: diet diversity in EU-15
J de Boer, M Helms, H Aiking
Ecological economics 59 (3), 267-274, 2006
1412006
Food sustainability
H Aiking, J De Boer
British Food Journal, 2004
1362004
Frame-based guide to situated decision-making on climate change
J De Boer, JA Wardekker, JP Van der Sluijs
Global Environmental Change 20 (3), 502-510, 2010
1282010
Transparency of the meat chain in the light of food culture and history
CT Hoogland, J de Boer, JJ Boersema
Appetite 45 (1), 15-23, 2005
1252005
Sustainable Protein Production and Consumption: Pigs or Peas?
Springer Science & Business Media, 2006
120*2006
Exploring inner and outer worlds: A quantitative study of worldviews, environmental attitudes, and sustainable lifestyles
A Hedlund-de Witt, J De Boer, JJ Boersema
Journal of Environmental Psychology 37, 40-54, 2014
1162014
On the merits of plant-based proteins for global food security: Marrying macro and micro perspectives
J De Boer, H Aiking
Ecological economics 70 (7), 1259-1265, 2011
1132011
Climate change and meat eating: An inconvenient couple?
J de Boer, H Schösler, JJ Boersema
Journal of Environmental Psychology 33 (1), 1-8, 2013
1092013
Help the climate, change your diet: A cross-sectional study on how to involve consumers in a transition to a low-carbon society
J De Boer, A de Witt, H Aiking
Appetite 98, 19-27, 2016
982016
Consumers' motivational associations favoring free-range meat or less meat
J de Boer, JJ Boersema, H Aiking
Ecological Economics 68 (3), 850-860, 2009
762009
Motivational differences in food orientation and the choice of snacks made from lentils, locusts, seaweed or “hybrid” meat
J de Boer, H Schösler, JJ Boersema
Food Quality and Preference 28 (1), 32-35, 2013
682013
Meat and masculinity among young Chinese, Turkish and Dutch adults in the Netherlands
H Schösler, J de Boer, JJ Boersema, H Aiking
Appetite 89, 152-159, 2015
632015
Framing climate uncertainty: socio-economic and climate scenarios in vulnerability and adaptation assessments
F Berkhout, B van den Hurk, J Bessembinder, J de Boer, B Bregman, ...
Regional Environmental Change 14 (3), 879-893, 2014
602014
Towards a reduced meat diet: Mindset and motivation of young vegetarians, low, medium and high meat-eaters
J de Boer, H Schösler, H Aiking
Appetite 113, 387-397, 2017
582017
Fostering more sustainable food choices: Can Self-Determination Theory help?
H Schösler, J de Boer, JJ Boersema
Food Quality and Preference 35, 59-69, 2014
522014
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