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How to talk about sustainability

Beth Derry, sustainability consultant and author

Thu 21 Sept 2023
10am - 12pm
£65 + VAT
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Learn how to have more open and courageous conversations about sustainability when you don't have all the answers.

As sustainability rises higher up the agenda, it is crucial that organisations talk about their impacts spanning issues such as climate change, the circular economy and human rights. But for non-experts and experts alike, the fear of getting it wrong can be stifling. It feels like people are just waiting to call us out or accuse us of greenwashing. In this webinar, we'll discuss how you can support your teams and leaders to have open and courageous conversations about the big issues we are facing.

Course Takeaways:  

  1. Get an overview of recent developments in sustainability communications.
  2. Discuss key topics that local authorities and others need to be talking about with their stakeholders.
  3. Understand how to communicate about sustainability in a way that builds trust and drives progress.
  4. Learn the do’s and don’ts when it comes to choosing words and visuals that work for sustainability.
  5. Consider your capability needs and how you can address them to be part of the conversation.

This course is for:

Communication professionals, managers, leaders and technical experts who need to develop their skills to communicate clearly and impactfully about sustainability.

About the trainer: 

Beth Derry is a freelance sustainability consultant and copywriter who started out working in the voluntary and public sectors and has gone on to partner with some of the world’s best-known brands. She is the author of 100+ sustainability publications. Her experience working with organisations like Microsoft and Allianz provides a unique insight into the challenges and opportunities facing business leaders committed to transparency. She shares her knowledge to encourage more of us to be part of the conversation because it involves us all, not just the experts.

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