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Education for conservation: Understanding, creating, and activating human care for nature

17 may 2022 19:00 - 20:00
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A new IAS's Carte Blanche series, with the participation of Susan Clayton, social psychologist and 2021-2022 Paris IAS Fellow.

Picking up in the spring of 2022, the Cartes Blanches series will allow, twice a month, one of the IAS research fellows to talk on a topic of his or her choice related to contemporary societal issues and extra-academic environments.

Presentation

In the face of massive loss of biodiversity, psychologist Susan Clayton works with ecologist Anne-Caroline Prévot to understand the ways in which people encounter nature in their daily lives. Here Clayton discusses how psychological factors can encourage biodiversity conservation, and why it is important to consider the human connection to the natural world.

Practical Information

Carte Blanche in English.
No registration needed. Join this Carte Blanche on May 17th at 7pm (Paris time) on the IAS YouTube channel.

Exploring perceived connections between environmental and social issues
01 September 2021 - 30 June 2022
26343
17 May 2022 20:00
Susan Clayton
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27423
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