What kind of contributions can psychological activities bring to a field of biodiversity conservation activities? In this paper, a certain company’s field for biodiversity conservation activities “Hitachi IT Eco Experimental Village (Eco Village)” was introduced, and psychological activities as a volunteer action management were explained with actual examples. Volunteer action management in Eco Village were thought in accordance to a PDCA method which is one of management methods.
The psychological activities introduced in this paper were as follows; ①meetings (formal plan), ②early morning open cafe (informal plan), ③cooperative activities with local organizations, ④research activities.
These psychological activities were brought about with people involved in Eco Village to grasp the needs of local people, landlords and urban volunteers, and to gain information to plan activities for cooperation with more people.
As a result of reviewing the activities in a work environment where multi layer roles and values co-exist, it was confirmed that mutual consent is necessary by sharing and visualization various values & information from a common information platform.