Tree Vandalism

Tom Walsh Sandringham Nov 8, 2010 22:52 pm
Hi all. Another project I am involved with at the moment involves tree vandalism. At the moment there is an ongoing issue in sandringham with trees being vandalised as they blo…

Behaviour Change Advisor for Invasive Species Activities in British Columbia

Gail Wallin Williams Lake, BC Dec 12, 2011 22:22 pm
The Invasive Plant/Species Council of BC ( a non-profit organization) is seeking guidance on the roll out of behaviour change approaches for both boaters and in the horticulture f…

Social Influence aids the Diffusion of Innovations

Marion Dresner Portland Sep 24, 2013 11:03 am
I would like to know more about mechanisms through which social influence operates within a community to provoke "new adopters" of a sustainable practice to try it out. We work wi…

Normative Brochures

Kristine Nemec Cedar Falls Feb 20, 2016 9:28 am
I am looking for information on how to create brochures that incorporate social norms or normative language. I am incorporating CBSM principles into my program, such as conducting…

Research on Urban Tree Planting Behaviors

Kaitlin Phelps New York City Sep 8, 2016 12:38 pm
Hello! I am looking for any research on urban tree planting on private properties; anything from barriers and benefits to case studies to program evaluations, or the like. Thank y…

Using a Video Series to Encourage Urban Agriculture

Julie Cook Kitchener Jul 7, 2020 18:16 pm
Hi all, I have heard from a few different sources that many people are turning to gardening and other outdoor activities to help them cope during the pandemic. For anyone who wor…

Submerged Aquatic Vegetation

Kaitlin Phelps New York City Jul 17, 2020 20:06 pm
Hello! I am looking for any reports or programs that focus on motivating shoreline property owners to protect and not remove submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) aka underwater gras…

Changing social norms around native plants in your area

Julie Cook Kitchener Apr 15, 2024 13:11 pm
Hi all,   Those of you who are interested in encouraging native plant gardens in your region might find some inspiration in World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) “In the Zone” program. The …
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