Bring your own drink and join us via Zoom to chat with folks doing conservation throughout the state. We’ll start with a presentation and then open it up for discussion. Turn your camera on or off, we don’t judge!
Wed, Oct 14, 6-7pm CST
Conservation Psychology: What’s the role of behavior in conservation?
Sophia Winkler-Schor, PhD Student, UW-Madison Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and board member of the Society for Conservation Biology’s Social Science Working Group. Follow her blog on Psychology Today, research page or on Twitter.
If humans are the biggest threat to nature, then we should be talking about human behavior! Conservation psychology explores the drivers of human behavior and decision-making in relation to nature. Sophia will provide an overview of the building blocks of human behavior as well as the basics for designing a behavior change campaigns that are grounded in psychological theory and methods.
Please register in advance at: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUrd-2vqzooE9xueKyQv7vNsacrxuSgtqyx
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See you there!