- Literature, Science, & Arts
- Program in the Environment
Jason Duvall is a lecturer and post-doctoral researcher at the University of Michigan, where he received his PhD in the School of Natural Resources and Environment. He is broadly interested in understanding how environments impact people's ability to function effectively and how health-related beliefs and motivations interact with and influence pro-environmental behavior. His research has focused on the use of nearby nature and environmental engagement to support and encourage more physically active lifestyles. Jason has also worked closely with the Sierra Club to explore the impact group-based nature recreation experiences have on military veterans. His current work explores ways to identify and communicate points of agreement and disagreement between natural resource experts and the public in order to alleviate contentions and foster more effective
public participation efforts.
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