Biography: Claire Wagner has a Master’s degree in Research Psychology and a Doctorate in Psychology. She is currently a full-time Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Pretoria. Her interests include social research methodology and environmental psychology, and merging these to develop student capacity using project-based learning. She is especially interested in pro-environmental behaviour and environmental justice. Her research currently focuses on recycling behaviour, water sensitive urban design, urban household water use, and behaviour conducted in collaboration with the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research. As a keen environmentalist and educator, Professor Wagner is a committee member of the Friends of the Colbyn Wetland, a group of volunteers who are dedicated to supporting local government’s conservation of a peatland and wetland located in the centre of South Africa’s capital city, Pretoria, through youth education and preservation.