My research has been highlighted in the blog of the Marine section of the Society for Conservation Biology:
Diogo’s presentation at the ICCB ECCB 2015 will review the impact of conservation interventions that aim to influence human behavior through non-regulatory and non-pecuniary incentives. This presentation will be part of the Symposium “Conservation Marketing: a new path to understanding and influencing human behaviour” which will bring together conservation academics and practitioners together with marketing professionals from the commercial sector to present and discuss the application of marketing in conservation projects. The talks will focus on subjects as broad as the marketing of marine protected areas (MPAs), the effectiveness of celebrities to communicate conservation messages and the use of social marketing to communicate with decision makers. This Symposium will also be linked to the launch of the newly created SCB working group on Conservation Marketing and Engagement.