Do publicity campaigns promoting green behaviour work?

Do publicity campaigns promoting green behaviour work?
Government is funding a series of TV ads promoting energy efficiency in the home. Do these kind of campaigns influence public behaviour?
Yes, well worth doing
No, not significantly
Maybe, they have some limited effect

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