• The Conservation Social Science
    Partnership

      

    © Rijasolo/FAO
  • The Conservation Social Science
    Partnership

      

    © Julie Larsen Maher/WCS
  • The Conservation Social Science
    Partnership

      

    © Jessica Scranton

 

Why

Nature and people are interconnected.
Social science is key to understanding the role people play in the use,
management and protection of natural resources, and in delivering better conservation
outcomes.

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Our Work

ConSoSci seeks to make social science more widely integrated into conservation decision making and practice
through the development of social science tools, technology, training, and collaboration.


Diane Detoeuf/ WCS
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