Anne-Caroline Prévôt : Environmental psychology
- Start  Wednesday 17 Nov 2021 10:00am
- Finish Wednesday 17 Nov 2021 11:30pm
- Watch seminar recording (external site)
The research Anne-Caroline Prévot is pursuing with her colleagues and students aims at understanding the interrelationships between experiences of nature, biodiversity conservation and social bonds. She investigates how experiences of nature and associated behaviours interact with the dynamics of biodiversity and its conservation, in particular through the mobilisation of new social bonds.
Her current research projects focus on the co-construction of new narratives of the future, through fiction and science fiction.
Anne-Caroline Prévot will present her latest book: “La nature à l’oeil nu” (“Nature with the naked eye”)
Alongside her research activities, Anne-Caroline Prévot is interested in sharing her reflections and results beyond academic circles, through books, conferences, and presentations for the general public.
Anne-Caroline is Research Director with CNRS; she specialises in environmental psychology and has published extensively on perceptions of nature and biodiversity conservation.
This seminar is the first event we are holding in collaboration with the Maison Française d’Oxford, aiming to strengthen Franco-British research collaborations for the Biodiversity Network. Please join us to welcome our French collaborators.
This seminar will be the first in-person seminar of the year, however, we will also be live-streaming it for those unable to attend in person. Join us for coffee, a croissant and interesting conversations.