SABINE HUEMER is a cognitive and environmental psychologist who examines factors that are relevant in pro-environmental decision making and behaviors. Sabine has a doctorate in cognitive psychology from the University of California, Irvine, and serves as adjunct faculty at the University of California, Los Angeles, and the University of Salzburg, Austria. She has developed and taught original courses in the field of environmental psychology. In addition, Sabine currently is the primary investigator of a multi-site study to explore the relationship between nature connectedness and environmental awareness. She is a certified forest health trainer and offers mindful nature walks as a science-based tool to combat stress and support mental health..
"You are agents of change"
Sabine was elected to the city council of Mondsee, Austria, where she recently initiated a collaboration between the University of Applied Sciences in Salzburg, the Mondsee city council and the citizens of Mondsee to develop future scenarios of the town’s projected 50-year development. Sabine is an accomplished speaker and has presented her work at international research conferences, in the news media, and at a TEDx conference. Sabine Huemer´s core message to her students, “ You are agents of change".