The Future of the Environmental Movement is Behavior-Centered
Climate change. Coastal overfishing. Biodiversity loss. Our most pressing environmental challenges are varied but share one thing in common—to solve them, people must start behaving differently.
Fortunately, the global conservation community is quickly recognizing that conservation is a “people challenge,” and requires people-centered, behavioral solutions. So, what does this mean for practitioners, funders, and the environmental movement as a whole?
Join Rare for a special digital event featuring voices from the intersection of conservation, behavior change, and sustainable development who are transforming our approach to conservation and ensuring that people are at the center of our solutions.
Rare is the global leader in advancing behavior-centered solutions to our greatest environmental challenges to achieve lasting results for people and nature. In 2017, Rare established the Center for Behavior & the Environment (BE.Center) to equip practitioners on the frontlines of conservation challenges with cutting-edge behavioral science insights and tools. Since then, the BE.Center has trained over 1,200 practitioners in its behavior-centered design approach and is poised to reach orders of magnitude more across the environmental, sustainability, and conservation fields.
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