Thank you for visiting our e-library, a comprehensive collection of resources encompassing toolkits, reports, case studies, webinars, booklets, courses, and more, all dedicated to behavior change approaches for conserving biodiversity.

It is widely acknowledged that human values and behaviors lie at the heart of indirect factors threatening the health of ecosystems. Simultaneously, these factors also hold the key to the most urgently needed transformative solutions. Behavior change, which focuses on altering people's actions rather than solely increasing awareness or knowledge, plays a pivotal role in ensuring the well-being of both our planet and its people.

The resources featured here are among the most authoritative and accessible for individuals who may not have specialized knowledge but are actively engaged in addressing issues such as illegal wildlife trade, unsustainable practices, high zoonotic risk trade, human-wildlife conflicts, or the promotion of sustainable wildlife-based tourism.

Our e-library is hosted by the Global Environment Facility-financed Global Wildlife Program, led by the World Bank. The content has been curated by TRAFFIC as part of their technical support to the Global Wildlife Program.

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