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Conquering Climate Comms Series

25 May 2022

by Media Trust

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With the years to come being crucial for climate change, how can charities effectively contribute to a meaningful dialogue and inspire audiences to act? We’ve got you covered.

These films belong to our growing Conquering Climate Comms series and offers expert advice for environmental organisations from thought leaders working across the sector. Each film explores a key area of climate communications and provides practical recommendations.

Principles for diverse storytelling

In this film, Judy Ling Wong, environmentalist, and President of the Black Environment Network, shares her top tips on diverse climate storytelling, including the importance of having clearly defined objectives, respecting cultural differences, and working in equal partnership with case studies.

Working with influencers

In this film, Andrew Davis, digital marketing expert, and Founder of Talk Dygital, shares his top tips on how to find and work with climate influencers, including setting your campaign goals, searching for the right voices, and measuring your success.

Fundraising for climate action

In this film, Chris Hall, climate enthusiast, and Head of Marketing at Charity Digital, shares his recommendations for raising funds online, including making your campaigns interesting, ensuring your fundraising efforts are donor led and being trustworthy.

Produced as part of the Weston Communicating Climate programme, these films have been made possible thanks to funding from the Garfield Weston Foundation.

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