Sustainable consumption in the Norwegian political economy of beef



12 THE CONSUMER IN SOCIETY François Jégou François Jégou (d.o.b. 1965) holds a master’s degree from the Ecole Nation – ale Supérieure de Création Industrielle, in Paris.

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facilitating sustainable consumption; economic ramifications of varying consumption enough to make it with a full third-pound of 100-percent Angus beef, they had the audacity to use a issue has received little formal political acknowledgement in the United States” [6].

Published in: Sustainability · 2010Authors: Rita TurnerAffiliation: University of Maryland Baltimore CountyAbout: Sustainable consumption · Popular culture · Critical discourse analysis

Norway: annual per capita consumption of beef 2008-2016

This statistic displays the annual per capita consumption of beef in Norway in selected years from 2008 to 2016. In 2016, Norwegians consumed on average 14.8 kilograms of beef per person.

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Warde, A 2015, Social science, political economy and sustainable consumption. in P Strandbakken & J Gronow (eds), The Consumer in Society: a tribute to Eivind Stø. Abstrakt Forlag AS, Oslo, Norway…


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