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Environmental Education Videos: Trans-disciplinary Approaches to Addressing Wicked Problems

videos by John Fraser, Ph.D., AIA
Conservation Psychologist and President & CEO of New Knowledge Organization

Clinging
John Fraser discusses the theological structure of environmental psychology — how do most people choose to engage with environmental sustainability, and what emotions, language, and stories will help facilitate environmental education? This video offers some ideas on how environmental educators can productively talk about environmental issues.

Collective Action
This video examines the benefits of collective action, as opposed to individual behaviors, for environmental change. Specifically, what values, beliefs, and norms influence collective behavior, and how his that channelled toward real-world impact? Collective identity can be environmentally significant.


Environment, Population and Conservation Psychology
John Fraser examines the differences between environmental psychology, population psychology, and conservation psychology. All three approaches have important implications for human well-being and lifestyle. This video also discusses the environmental psychology of how people think about zoos.