Ann Arbor, MI, United States
Posted: 4 years ago


£9,443 per year

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Solving environmental problems often comes down to solving people problems. How can we compel individuals and groups to accept willingly—and, better, to seek out—more sustainable life patterns? This is one of the main challenges of creating meaningful environmental change, and the overarching focus of the Behavior, Education, and Communication field of study.

As a Behavior, Education, and Communication specialist, you will learn how people think, what drives them, and the conditions under which they behave most reasonably and creatively. You will develop conceptual frameworks and learn to employ strategies to address local, regional, and global environmental problems by motivating individuals, groups, and organizations to adopt impactful behavior patterns. Through leadership and engagement, you will influence human behavior and empower diverse communities to achieve the ultimate goal of enduring environmental sustainability.

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