Applying Conservation Psychology Theory & Principles | Webinar Series

AUNE’s Engaging Conservation Psychology for Effective Action Webinar Series recently presented a webinar entitled, “Applying Conservation Psychology Theories & Principles.”  During the webinar, past Conservation Psychology Institute participants shared how they are applying conservation psychology theory to practice. Each presented discussed specific projects that were informed by their work at the Institute.

Presenters included: Amy Weidensaul, Director of Community Conservation and Education for Audubon Pennsylvania and Dr. Kim Langmaid, Founder, Vice President, and Director of Sustainability & Stewardship Programs for Walking Mountains Science Center.

View a video of the webinar here:

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K. Langmaid Presentation slides
A. Weidensaul Presentation slides

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