Find out how others are tackling the Climate Emergency

At Koru, we recognise the critical role Engagement plays in all that we do today– especially in the Communities in which we live. Given that upwards of 40% of all emissions are down to individuals in local communities, we firmly believe that there needs to be a participative digital hub that can be accessed, used and updated by communities, individuals and sponsoring bodies such as local authorities. Our approach to help communities become much more effective at playing an active role in Climate Emergency is by harnessing the power of digital technology to increase engagement and reach. To help anyone working on Climate initiatives, we created KlimateKonnect™, a portal that is free to use, open to all – and most importantly, full of valuable content to help incubate and share ideas.

Click here to visit the Climate Crisis Insights page on KlimateKonnect™. You’ll find some really inspiring content and ideas here, which may help your own community in its planning.

View a recent keynote presentation on How to Mobilise Communities For Climate Change

Steve Rowe recently delivered a keynote presentation to the SustainNET and LancsCAN group on Mobilising Communities for Climate Change.

It was extremely well received and according to Professor Christopher M. Dent, Professor of Economics and International Business of Edge Hill University, “Thanks, that was brilliant. Great presentation and a very good audience turn out …… Fantastic start to the webinar series!”

You can see the presentation by clicking on the adjacent green button below the image.

Here is a link to the recording of the webinar and presentation (from 1 minute into the session). You may need to rewind to the beginning:

Click here to view the presentation

Listen to Steve Rowe being interviewed on BBC Radio

Steve Rowe, the instigator of KlimateKonnect™ was interviewed on BBC Radio recently and you can hear him discussing our aims and aspirations for KlimateKonnect™ and how it could help us all tackle the most imortant issue we face, by clicking here.

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