August 20-23, 2019 at the Saint Louis Zoo, St. Louis, MO
The Living Landscape: Fostering Pro-Environmental Change for Biodiversity Conservation
The Conservation Psychology Institute provides an interactive learning opportunity with leading researchers in the field, where participants can bring their real-world organizational challenges to the Institute for problem-solving, coaching, discussion, and planning. The aim of the CPI is to help you become a more effective practitioner. At the CPI, you will be challenged to apply the theory and practice of conservation psychology to design more effective programs, craft better targeted messages and engage individuals and organizations in conservation, sustainability, and climate change action.
“(T)he instructors did a wonderful job relating this research to real world situations and examples. I leave this institute having gained valuable insights on very relevant research that I am excited to incorporate in my work.”
– 2016 CPI participant
Zoo photo by JoEllen Toler