IMCC4 Workshop in Focus
Engaging stakeholders in marine conservation using the interdisciplinary science of collaborative learning and mental models taps the power of place to motivate stewardship. Learning how to adapt this approach to your conservation work will be the subject of an all day workshop on July 29th at IMCC2016. High impact communications about the value of ecosystem services can motivate people to act in ways that protect and sustain the services they care about. This workshop provides practical and effective techniques easy to use in your work to improve ecosystem services communication and stakeholder engagement.
(Photograph – Christine Fuert)
If you would like to sign up for this workshop you can do so by e-mailing Mary Lou Scarbrough. Full details about the workshop are below.
Communicating ecosystem services conservation using collaborative learning and mental models – WS89: Friday, July 29
Organizer: Dr. Christine Feurt, University of New England and Wells NERRWS89: Friday, July 29 (Full-day workshop)
Time: 8:30-17:30 (Lunch break: 12:30-13:30)
Pre-registration is required
Workshop fee: $48USD for non-students from developed countries; $36USD for students; $24USD for delegates from developing countries/SIDS
Location: Marine Institute 155 Ridge Road St. John’s NL A1C 5R3