georgia centralck fullUnderstanding the mechanisms for change in environmental attitudes and behaviours is key to ensuring conservation in human dominated landscapes.

A new collaboration between CEED researcher Georgia Garrard (pictured) and researchers at Victoria University, looking at the influence of environmental education and engagement on environmental attitudes and behaviour, led to a community event centred on a critically endangered urban grassland and attended by more than 150 people.

his event was led by primary school students, presenting on what they had learnt and experienced about the grassland to the broader community.


Research theme: Socio-economic analysis and modelling for environmental decision-making (C)

Photos: by Georgia Garrard. 

Theme C Research Highlights