Environmental Practices. Motivations and Their Influence on the Level of Implementation
AbstractThe objective of this research is to identify and analyze good environmental practices followed by the Thermal sector in Spain. It is also to analyze if the motivations that lead thermal establishments to implement environmental practices influence their level of implementation. The methodology used is the performance of a descriptive and regression analysis of the data obtained through a structured questionnaire. The target population consists of 112 health resorts, obtaining a sample size of 62 valid surveys, which implies a response rate of 55.36%. The results obtained have enabled the performance of an environmental diagnosis of the Thermal sector in Spain, identifying the strengths and weaknesses of Environmental Management, as well as corroborating that motivations affect the level of implementation of environmental practices. View Full-Text
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del Río-Rama, M.C.; Álvarez-García, J.; Oliveira, C. Environmental Practices. Motivations and Their Influence on the Level of Implementation. Sustainability 2018, 10, 713.
del Río-Rama MC, Álvarez-García J, Oliveira C. Environmental Practices. Motivations and Their Influence on the Level of Implementation. Sustainability. 2018; 10(3):713.Chicago/Turabian Style
del Río-Rama, María C.; Álvarez-García, José; Oliveira, Cristiana. 2018. "Environmental Practices. Motivations and Their Influence on the Level of Implementation." Sustainability 10, no. 3: 713.
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