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Beyond Inspiration: The CARE Roadmap for Audience Conservation Engagement A Conservation Psychology Webinar

Virtual Events @ Antioch University

Presenter Emily Routman will introduce a practical guide designed to help nature-based cultural institutions such as zoos and aquariums engage their audiences in ways that promote measurable conservation outcomes, including conservation action. Developed for San Diego Zoo Global and available to the professional community, the 2-part reference consists of 1) a conceptual framework that synthesizes […]

Ready to change? Using the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change in Program Evaluations | A Conservation Psychology Webinar

Virtual Events @ Antioch University

The Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change (TTM) is a useful and practical tool for guiding people through changing their behavior. It consists of four components: processes of change, stages of change, self-efficacy, and decisional balance. This webinar will provide brief background about the model, with a focus on the stages of change and decisional balance. […]

Culture? What culture? We Have a Culture? Shaping Organizational Culture to Drive Conservation Success in Zoos and Aquariums: A Conservation Psychology Webinar

Virtual Events @ Antioch University

Several years ago the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) identified "conservation culture" as an area of focus. This is defined as integrating the conservation mission into every aspect of the organization's operation, with intended effects including improvements in employee engagement, increased conservation action on the part of both employees and guests, and increased conservation-related […]

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