Aleah Bowie

Aleah Bowie

Aug 10, 2014

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About This Project

Bonobos, humans' closest living relative found only in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, are gravely endangered. But it’s not too late to stop them from going extinct. We plan to use conservation psychology, a field that considers how populations think about time, risk, and welfare, to improve communication about conservation among the Congolese. By supporting this project, you can help us keep these incredible beings on our planet.

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