Society for Environmental, Population and Conservation Psychology (Division 34)
Kim Wolske, President
Kim Wolske is a research associate professor in the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago. Her work draws on environmental and social psychology to examine the behavioral dimensions of public-facing energy policies and programs. She is particularly interested in understanding the motivations and barriers associated with consumer adoption of efficient and renewable energy technologies as well as public perceptions of climate change and related emergent technologies. Kim teaches courses on using behavioral science to improve policy design.
You can join the Society for Environmental, Population, and Conservation Psychology directly through APA by completing their online division membership application used for several divisions. While membership in APA helps the society because APA helps our division, you do not need to be a member of APA to belong to the society. On the APA application form you will be asked to register with APA to join the division.