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Piotr Gołos

- program własny Lasów Państwowych [Active sharing of the forest - the program of the State Forests]. Studia i Materiały Centrum Edukacji Przyrodniczo-Leśnej , 13, 4 (29): 144-149. Janusz A., Piszczek M. 2008. Oczekiwania społeczeństwa wobec lasu - na przykładzie odwiedzających Leśny Kompleks Promocyjny Lasy Beskidu Sądeckiego [Publics opinion and expectation of the forest area - on an example of visitors to the forest promotion area Beskid Sądecki Forest]. Studia i Materiały Centrum Edukacji Przyrodniczo-Leśnej , 10, 3 (19): 139

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Jarosław Skłodowski, Piotr Gołos, Mateusz Skłodowski and Wojciech Ożga

. Turystyczno-rekreacyjne funkcje lasów w Polsce - obraz społecznych potrzeb w zakresie przepływu informacji [Tourist-recreational functions of forests in Poland - an overview of public needs concerning the flow of information on recreational opportunities]. Sylwan, 1: 62-72. Loomis J.B., Gonzales-Cabana. 1998. A willingness-to-pay function for protecting acres of spotted owl habitat from fire. Ecological Economics, 25: 315-322. Ożga W., Skłodowska Z., Skłodowski J. 2012. Zdrowie społeczeństwa, wypoczynek i turystyka przyrodnicza w lasach. In

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Renata Dagiliute and Gintare Juozapaitiene

. Environmental and Climate Technologies 2017:20:67-83. doi: 10.1515/rtuect-2017-0011 [25] Lera-Lopez F., Sanchez M., Faulin J., Cacciolatti L. Rural environment stakeholders and policy making: Willingness to pay to reduce road transportation pollution impact in the Western Pyrenees. Transportation Research 2014:32:129-142. doi: 10.1016/j.trd.2014.07.003 [26] Chi C. S. F., Xu J., Xue L. Public participation in environmental impact assessment for public projects: a case of non-participation. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 2014

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Syed S. Alam, Chieh-Yu Lin, Maisarah Ahmad, Nor A. Omar and Mohd H. Ali

of Social Sciences 2013:4(11):650. doi:10.5901/mjss.2013.v4n11p650 [66] Ali A., Ahmad I. Environmental Friendly Products: Factors that Influence the Green Purchase Intention of Pakistan Consumers. Pakistan Journal of Engineering Technology Science 2012:2(1):84–117. doi:10.22555/pjets.v2i1.697 [67] Bigsby H., Ozanne L. C. The purchasing decision: Consumers and environmentally certified wood products. Forest Product Journal 2002:52(7/8):100–105. [68] Vlosky R. P., Ozanne L. K., Fontenot, R. J. A conceptual model of US consumer willingness-to-pay

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Syed Shah Alam, Nor Fariza Mohd Nor, Maisarah Ahmad and Nik Hazrul Nik Hashim

Conservation Authority, 2010. [6] Zografakis N., Sifaki E., Pagalou M., Nikitaki G., Psarakis V., Tsagarakis K. P. Assessment of public acceptance and willingness to pay for renewable energy sources in Crete. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 2010:14(3):1088-1095. doi: 10.1016/j.rser.2009.11.009 [7] Ahmad Fauzi H. Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in Malaysia. Energy Commission, 2009 [Online]. Available: [8] Jacobsson S., Johnson A. The diffusion of renewable energy technology: an

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Á. Regan, M Henchion and B McIntyre

consumer acceptability and is thus defined differently by each consumer based on their individual needs, preferences and goals ( Bernues et al ., 2003b ). There is evidence to suggest that at least some consumers are linking conceptually distinct process-related credence attributes with favourable meat quality through different pathways. For example, a recent study found that Mexican consumers were willing to pay more for welfare-friendly meat products, largely because they believed them to be of superior quality as a result of their health properties, as opposed to

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Pia Sajovitz, Siegfried Pöchtrager and Felix Niedermayr

amount consumers are willing to pay for different kinds of Natural Wines 4.4 Ergebnisse der Conjoint-Analyse Tabelle 2 zeigt die Gesamtstatistik der Conjoint-Analyse. In der Gesamtstatistik werden die geschätzten Teilnutzenwerte (Spalte „Utility Estimate“) für jede Eigenschaftsausprägung mit ihren jeweiligen Standardfehlern (Spalte „Std. Error“) ausgegeben. Die Standardfehler liefern einen ersten Anhaltspunkt für die Güte der Conjoint-Ergebnisse. Mit einem Teilnutzenwert von 1,465 ist für die Konsumenten die biodynamische Anbauweise im Weinberg für die

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Qiuzhen Chen, John Sumelius and Kyösti Arovuori

. Lankoski, J. & Ollikainen, M. (2003). Agri-environmental externalities: a framework for designing targeted policies, European Review of Agricultural Economics , 30(1), 51-75. Liu, X.M, Tian, W.M. & Kang, X. (2003). Social Viability Roles of the Agricultural Sector in China , Roles of agriculture. International conference Rome, available at Lv, Y. & Guo, D.M. (2003). Willingness to Pay for Reducing

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Jana Jaďuďová, Iveta Marková, Jana Hroncová Vicianová, Anna Bohers and Ivan Murin

). Targeting consumers who are willing to pay more for environmentally friendly products. Journal of Consumer Marketing 18(6), 503–520. DOI: 10.1108/EUM0000000006155. [13] Maeve, H. & McIntyre, B. (2000). The use of regional imagery in the marketing of quality products and services. Irish Marketing Review 13(2), 19–26. [14] Miklenčičová, R. (2015). Perception of environmental product labeling by Slovak consumers. Procedia Economics and Finance 34, 644–648. DOI: 10.1016/S2212-5671(15)01680-9. [15] Nemčíková, M., Krogmann, A. & Dubcová, A. (2016

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Zuzana Bohátová, Pavol Schwarcz, Loreta Schwarczová, Anna Bandlerová and Vojtech Tľčik

). Are citizens willing to pay for agricultural multifunctionality? Agricultural Economics, 36(3), 405-419. Doi: 10.1111/j.1574-0862.2007.00216.x. [16] Kania, J. (2009). Multifunctionality of Agriculture and Rural Areas in the Uniting Europe. Acta Regionalia et Environmentalica, 7(1), 1-4. [17] Knickel, K., Renting, H. & van der Ploeg, J. D. (2004). Multifunctionality in European agriculture (pp. 81-103). In Brouwer, F., ed., Sustaining Agriculture and the Rural Environment: Governance, Policy, and Multifunctionality. Cheltenham: Edward