Changing Public Behavior
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Changing Public Behavior: People and the Environment is a self-study course designed for natural resource professionals, Extension educators, and environmental educators who work with communities. Participants build skills and confidence in identifying and analyzing behavior change opportunities and draft a plan for increasing people's involvement in an environmental situation.
CPB Course Badges: You will receive a course "badge" when you complete 75% of the course assignments at a satisfactory level. Unit badges are also available for some topics. See Units 4, 5, and 7. Email the instructors for information about CEUs or course "certification".
Changing Public Behavior is sponsored by the
eXtension Drinking Water and Human Health interest area, and the University of Wisconsin-Extension Environmental Resources Center. For more information about the course, contact Martha Monroe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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