Are there ways a company or even an individual can get more active with sustainability programs in their communities? What are the business opportunities or benefits of committing to sustainability actions? Can driving climate action initiatives be good business? Excerpted follow-up questions from the OAAA Lunch Break Series with Sarah Finnie Robinson, ISE Senior Fellow […]
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As we navigate COVID-19, Sarah Finnie Robinson shares 10 valuable lessons we’re learning now for dealing with a global emergency to address other immense challenges, like climate change. “Like any epic villain, this wicked virus helps us realize what we do know, and what we can do to make things better.”—Suffield Academy 187th Commencement Speaker, […]
An entire climate communications strategy flows from this one simple principle: People believe people whom they trust, and they’re more likely to act based on the recommendation of that influential other person. Communications experts call this the Trusted Messenger principle, and it’s proven especially effective on the topic of climate change. Friends, family, and co-workers […]
A new blog by ISE’s Sarah Finnie Robinson.
The 51 Percent: A climate communications project to accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon economy
Did you know that the Institute for Sustainable Energy has an incredible group of Non-Resident Senior Fellows? These are people who have risen to high levels in their field – with their focus areas spanning business, policy, and technology — and are now using their expertise and experience to address the challenge of creating a sustainable […]