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THE KEY TO A WELL-FUNCTIONING DEMOCRACY IS A WELL-INFORMED PUBLIC
Communicating the complexity of climate change is a fraught process.
While the basics are well known — that the world is heating up due to increased levels of greenhouse gases emitted by humans — the urgency, the risks and the opportunities are not. Many people still lump climate change in with other environmental problems (such as plastics) when in fact it’s as much an economic, social and security issue as it is environmental.
Climate change opinion is also spectacularly divided. Not because of the unavailability of information, but because of the way we filter that information through our biases and identities. Of course, how our media chooses to present it to us also matters. Effective communication with people — who range from dismissive to indifferent to alarmed — starts by understanding what works, and what doesn’t.
Making it accessible, digestible and memorable.
With experience in both the natural and digital environment, we’ll work with you to create effective communications strategies for your sustainability initiatives. Be it for your external stakeholders in your company report, or simply helping engage your staff on your intranet.
We’re adept at communicating complex scientific problems to a range of audiences. How? By cutting out the jargon, using simple language and making the point via easy-to-understand infographics.
For more examples of our creative work and infographics, head over to the e-nvironmentalist.
Here are some of our favourites:
- The Emissions Gap
- A Matter of Half a Degree
- Why We Give Zero F****
- IPCC Special Report on 1.5°C
- Plastic Paradox
- The Stages of Climate Denial