Changing illegal wildlife consumption
This Toolkit has been created to support the ‘Community of Practice’ working on changing behaviour for conservation impact.
It brings together a wide range of best practice evidence, latest research findings and other resources from the field of consumer behaviour change, based on experience from the conservation sector and beyond.
The Toolkit is regularly updated and we rely on your expert contributions to make it as useful and comprehensive as possible!
To learn more about this Toolkit visit the ABOUT section.
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We created overviews of specific topics around wildlife consumer behaviour:
TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE ABOUT DEMAND REDUCTION
Is your strategy effective? Are you aware of the latest research and theoretical models?
Framing Nature Toolkit
This practical guide by Public Interest Research Center (PIRC) helps you improve your conservation messaging. This report builds and expands on the findings from another toolkit, Common Cause for Nature, and it will show that “our choice of words is just as important as any other decision we make in conservation. The guide will explain what framing is and how we can use it to create a better world for wildlife. If we communicate with an understanding of framing we are more likely to convince, motivate and inspire others to help our cause”.
Read more here