More to come, but here are a few useful websites to get started (p.s. if you know of other good resources, please send me an email and I’ll put them up):
Community Based Social Marketing (CBSM) website: lots of case studies and resources related to creating and conducting successful community-based behavioral intervention programs
Conservation Psychology community website: good place for an introduction to the rapidly emerging field of Conservation Psychology
APA Division 34 website: American Psychological Association’s division for environmental, conservation and population psychology
IECA website: A fairly new group oriented towards environmental communication
DMIDI website: An awesome resource for behavioral scientists; lots of measures of risk perception, decision-making and more
TalkingClimate: A great source for info on effective climate change communication, including a number of useful short guides
Early Career Climate Forum: A blog and community resource for early career climate researchers that I co-run with Michelle Staudinger.
ClimateVisuals: Provides evidence-based advice on the use and selection of visual imagery for climate change communication, supported by research conducted by our group.