The message must be a call to action, a team motivator and a focus for activity – but how to deliver it?
What useful lessons can we learn from his communication style?
Successful energy saving programme starts with a strong compelling message, which is a call to action, a team motivator and a focus for activity
As young activists from around the world strike for climate action today, I’ve been focussing on the upcoming sustainable energy and climate change programme which I am leading on.
It was a record breaking 2019 Easter weekend with the whole country revelling in end to end sunshine. Fewer people would have been aware that the 90 hours of continuous generation with no coal on the system was also record breaking.
Last Saturday the UK suffered a terrible defeat, once again, in the Eurovision song contest. What can we learn from it?
The UK has placed itself on a low carbon trajectory, with legally binding climate change targets to reduce greenhouse gases by 80% by 2050.
Entering a new market is always an exciting time for any business. This could not be truer of joining the UK solar market as it enjoys something of a renaissance in a post-subsidy environment.
Climate change is very much back on the global agenda and governments around the world are starting to listen
How can you sell your message to those that you need to engage?