Nature and people are interconnected. The social sciences is key to understanding the role people play in the use, management, and protection of natural resources, and in delivering better conservation outcomes.
ConSoSci is a global community of conservationists, social science practitioners, and researchers who seek to address critical gaps in social science capacity, implementation, and accessibility in conservation.
ConSoSci seeks to make social science more widely integrated into conservation decision making and practicethrough the development of social science tools, technology, training, and collaboration.
Making the social sciences more accessible by helping conservation practitioners learn to use social science approaches and tools.
Improving the collection, management, analysis, and visualization of conservation social science data.
Supporting greater literacy in social science methods and ethics within conservation work.
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