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An imagination exercise can help people make more realistic judgments about the riskiness of their daily choices.
To help people who live in areas with high flood risk consider moving, you need to first understand how they decide to stay or leave, says Anna Rhodes.
Thinking of the body as a machine and food as fuel works to get some people choosing healthy eating. But it can totally backfire for others, a study shows.
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A label describing a product's climate impact could get people to make more sustainable purchases, even those who'd rather avoid that kind of information.