Does your program build or enhance connection with nature?
Are some program activities more effective than others at connecting people with nature?
Do nature connection programs encourage action for the environment?
Join us for an online seminar with Melissa Hatty, Research Fellow, BehaviourWorks Australia
- Develop strategies for evaluating environmental education programs that connect adults with nature
- Learn about the CN-12 instrument and applications for nature connection programs
- Explore relationships between nature connection programs and pro-environmental behaviours.
Register now online for Zoom details.
This session is designed for government & community educators, exploring strategies to evaluate adult nature connection programs and implications for biodiversity conservation behaviours.
This project has been assisted by the NSW Government through its Environmental Trust.
Melissa Hatty is a Research Fellow at BehaviourWorks Australia, Monash University, and registered Health Psychologist. She recently completed her PhD investigating connection with nature, nurturing connection with nature, and the interplay between (re)connecting people with nature and biodiversity conservation behaviours. Melissa has a particular interest in the benefits - for humans and for the environment - of connecting people with nature.