The everyday choices and habitual behaviors of the world’s 7 billion people endanger global biodiversity. In this presentation to the 2015 Ontario Biodiversity Summit, we summarize how social and behavioral science can be used as a tool for biodiversity conservation. Download the Presentation Here.
Citation: Akerlof, K. (2015, May 15) Using social and behavioral science as a tool for biodiversity conservation. 2015 Ontario Biodiversity Summit. Niagara Falls, Ontario.