Why does it Matter? Attitudes and Values Make a Difference for Conservation

Instructor: 
Jeremy T. Bruskotter; Catherine E. Doyle-Capitman; Michelle Potter; Natalie Sexton

Overview

This pre-recorded broadcast can be accessed here: Why does it Matter? Attitudes and Values Make a Difference for Conservation.

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Conservation 2013 Broadcast Series. Presented by Jeremy T. Bruskotter, PhD, Ohio State University; Catherine E. Doyle-Capitman, Yale School; Michelle Potter and Natalie Sexton, USFWS. How people think and feel about conservation holds clues for what people do about conservation. In this broadcast we will explore the science behind understanding the attitudes and values of stakeholders and how to integrate this knowledge into conservation. We will more systematically define these social influences and share methods to effectively measure them for use in natural resource management decisions. The broadcast also includes an interactive round table discussion with the host and viewers asking the panel about their experience working with attitudes and values for conservation.

Location

Digital. Why does it Matter? Attitudes and Values Make a Difference for Conservation

Cost

Free