Luke-Nicholls“You talkin’ to me? Are you talkin’ to me? Then who the hell else…? I’m the only one here.”

Robert de Niro may have captivated audiences in this famous scene from Taxi Driver, but most sustainability professionals will not hold the attention of their stakeholders so easily, unless they ensure that they are indeed communicating to their audience directly and with the right language.

To have success in sustainability communications means to find innovative ways of combatting sustainability fatigue and corporate distrust, and to highlight the positive CSR steps being made by businesses.

Now is the time to shout about the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals; to think bigger and incorporate eye-catching, substantive messaging for in-house colleagues, investors and consumers.

Providing you with peer insight on how to identify and establish your brand purpose and encourage behaviour change, edie’s fifth Sustainability Communications Conference will showcase the most effective solutions and inspiring stories that use the full communications spectrum to engage diverse audiences today and in the future.

I look forward to meeting you at the event in March.

Warm regards,

Luke Nicholls, editor, edie.net


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