Human Dimensions Broadcast: Behavior change strategies that work

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Human Dimensions Broadcast: Behavior change strategies that work

Time: November 17, 2016 from 2pm to 3pm
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Event Type: broadcast
Organized By: USFWS National Conservation Training Center
Latest Activity: Nov 3, 2016

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Series Description

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Conservation addresses the relationship of people to the land and wildlife. In this series, we introduce you to the subject through educational broadcasts. The broadcasts provide up-to-date academic theory and on-the-ground natural resource management examples.

Community-Based Social Marketing: Behavior Change Strategies That Work As conservationists, it seems we spend a lot of time encouraging people to "do" things like bring reusable bags when they go to the grocery store, pick up trash around campsites so wildlife isn’t attracted, or remove mud from boots or clean gear to stop the spread of invasives. Sometimes, it may feel that these efforts aren’t working as well as we would hope. So, what really works to influence people’s behavior to act responsibly? How do we instill awareness and commitment to take environmentally responsible action? In this broadcast, we will explore the principles and strategies of community-based social marketing, an approach to behavior change based in behavioral psychology and general marketing principles. We’re not talking about Facebook, Twitter, or other social media marketing. We are talking about an approach that has been successfully applied across the U.S. and the globe, including nationwide efforts by USFWS and partners to eradicate invasive species. Learn from our expert panelists how you can use behavior change strategies that work.


Lori Large

Director of Research Operations

Action Research

Susan Burks Forestry Invasive Species Program Coordinator Minnesota Department of Natural Resources


Kaylin Clements, USFWS

Social Scientist Department of Human Dimensions Natural Resources Program Center

Who Should Attend the Series

Those working with natural resource issues and with the public, this includes conservation employees, biologists, managers, outreach specialists, outdoor recreation planners, partnership coordinators.

To View

Programs are broadcast live and archived for on-demand viewing at:

Closed captioning can also be accessed through this link.

Email Questions during the Broadcast or use the built-in chat room on the Livestream video player.


Linda Lufkin, Course Leader

Randy Robinson, Producer

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