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Puspita Insan Kamil

Communications & Outreach


​Puspita is interested in the intersection between conservation, wildlife, and psychology. She has been conducting various research on environmental issues since 2012. With an undergraduate and master's degree in the Science of Social Psychology, she is currently focused on making how social science can be a bridge between environmental science and human behavioral change. Apart from her passion for research and program evaluation, she is also a science communicator, where she has helped various organizations that work for primates, reptiles, plastic waste, and now is helping Friends of Fossil Forests with petrified wood. She is also an avid fan of botanical illustrations and all kinds of museums.

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