What makes a successful environmental campaign?

JRI is pleased to announce the publication of Briefing Paper number 33, written by recent CRES graduate Rob Hitchcock. “What makes a successful environmental campaign?” looks at examples of both successful and unsuccessful campaigns from the last three decades to identify the similarities where aims have been achieved and the common themes in failures.

With Rob’s employment background in management processes, best practice from industry is brought alongside these appraisals to consider where improvements can be made. Throughout the paper short Biblical reflections provide the vital extra dimension of spiritual wisdom to question worldly methods and to provide additional insight and guidelines. This Briefing Paper is available via these links in .pdf format for screen reading or printing (12 pages) and as epub and mobi (Kindle) ebooks.