17:12 How could we encourage dog owners to clean up after their dogs?
I am an International Graduate student in Germany and would like to add something to what Dan already suggested.
Here in Germany, we don't jump red lights even if the road is completely empty (well, some do but that's more an exception than a norm). Even the pedestrians respect red lights and it's a perfect mechanical system where 'trust' in the system ensures lower fatalities. For this to work, however, they have, knowingly or unknowingly made this a habit and there are several checks in place. For e.g, if you as an unsuspecting foreigner try to cross the road on a red light, you might get yelled at! No, you are not yelled at because you are a stupid foreigner, but because you are "inspiring" others and specially the kids to jump and hence breaking the chain.
I think Germans understand the power of good habits and no wonder they have a lot of rules and regulations which makes the society extremely efficient and functional. Despite the evils of bureaucratic overhead, I think, rationality (more than many other countries) rules this part of the Globe.