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A Conversation with Conservation Psychologists

May 19 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT

Virtual Event

A Conservation Psychology Webinar

Join us for this special panel discussion hosted by Alia Dietsch of the Social Science Working Group of the Society for Conservation Biology and Kayla Cranston of the Conservation Psychology Institute featuring three authors from the Special Section: Conservation Psychology Research and Practice, as we engage practitioners, researchers, and students in an interactive dialogue with scientists in the field of conservation psychology.

PANELISTS:

Susan

Dr. Susan Clayton:

Paper in special section

Introduction: New directions in conservation psychology at a critical time

Research focus

Understanding the ways that people think about, and make personal connections to the natural environment

Kelly

Dr. Kelly Biedenweg:

Paper in special section

Using cognitive mapping to understand conservation planning

Research focus

Applying cognitive mapping to understand values and motivations that influence natural resource management

Agathe

Dr Agathe Colléony:

Paper in special section

Promoting meaningful and positive nature interactions for visitors to green spaces

Research focus

Researching human nature experiences for wellbeing and behavior change for conservation

Details

Date:
May 19
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
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Organizer

Antioch New England Conservation Psychology
Email:
conspsy.aune@antioch.edu
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