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 Virtual Training: Applying Behavioral Science
Posted by: Camille Freeman
Title/Position: Coordinator
School/Organization: Rare
Sent to listserv of: SPSSI
Date posted: November 13th, 2020


Conservation just took a transformative step in protecting the planet. Members of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) just passed motion 78, Promoting Conservation Through Behavior-Centered Solutions. Led by Rare and 27 other organizations, the motion calls on conservationists to address environmental challenges as behavioral challenges and to employ Behavior-Centered Design within initiatives.

Want to learn how you can apply behavioral insights to improve your environmental programs? Rare’s Center for Behavior and the Environment is hosting a virtual training on December 2 & 3 to give you and your organization the tools to embed Behavior-Centered Design (BCD) in your work. Our experts will share behavioral science principles and spend meaningful time with participants practicing and applying the insights to a real-world conservation problem. With these tools, you can be part of the growing movement to use BCD to drive sustainable change.

Remember, for every one person registered from your organization, a second person can attend for half off!

Register here: https://behavior.rare.org/behavior-centered-design-for-the-environment-training-dec/




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