Katie Velasco from opens in a new windowRare’s Center for Behavior & the Environment explained how to use behavior centered design to develop feasible strategies for addressing the problem of ocean sewage pollution. Katie shared how to get people to change or engage in a specific behavior, including examples related to ocean sewage mitigation. She provided guidance on how to incorporate these behavior-based solutions into management activities. After the presentation, she was joined by Rare colleague Philipe Bujold and The Nature Conservancy’s Stephanie Wear for a Q&A session with the audience.
Resources to explore:
- opens in a new windowThe Science of Changing Behavior for Environmental Outcomes – Behavior Change for the Environment – Rare
- opens in a new windowSolution Search – Water Pollution & Behavior Change
- Reef Resilience Network Strategic Communication Planning Resources
- opens in a new windowPDF of presentation slides
This webinar is part of our series of online activities and events focused on addressing ocean sewage pollution – an enormous environmental problem that few people are talking about. Join us to learn more about this widespread issue and innovative approaches being used to address it.
If you do not have access to YouTube, email us at Resilience@TNC.org create new emailfor a link to download the recording.