This webinar hosted by Antioch University’s Conservation Psychology Institute presents the findings of the 2020 AZA Baseline Study on “Conservation Culture” and how shaping Organizational Culture can drive success.
The Conservation Psychology Institute conducted an in-depth interview with durable behavior change expert Raymond De Young, PhD. Dr. De Young discussed his work on the “energy descent” premise, enhancing neighborhood resilience & the new A2Zero climate action plan in Michigan. We explored the unique strategies he suggests to encourage long-term behavior change.
About the Presenter:
Dr. Raymond De Young is an Associate Professor of Environmental Psychology and Planning at the School for Environment and Sustainability at the University of Michigan. His research focuses on the process of re-localization, behavior change, and stewardship motivation.
Understand the perceptions and challenges facing conservation.
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