Date of Award
GE80 .C37 2013
Open Access Thesis
Master of Arts (MA)
leadership, environment, communication, Leadership and Organizational Studies
There is a cultural perception that the onus of responsibility for shark conservation falls on the shoulders of environmental and scientific communities’ leaders. Given the diminutive size of these two communities when compared to the vastness of American society, responsibilities should be shared by leaders of educational organizations who can communicate with greater populations. The general public must be encouraged to act pro-environmentally for effective shark conservation to ever take place in the world.
Carrera, Mark Wayne MA, "Leadership development for pro-environmental behavior Utilizing peer to peer communication and learning: An academic pilot project" (2013). All Student Scholarship. 15.