Reducing environmental impact without making anybody wrong.


View of mountain

Increasing pressure on the natural environment and increasing concern for the environment seem to have polarized the environmental debate. Emotion rules and facts are mistrusted. Blame replaces responsibility.


Route planning

Cultural awareness is key to my approach. Polarization is recognized as a symptom and not as an obstacle. Opposing views are welcomed. Responsibility and creativity are re-mobilized once the perspective has shifted.


Wood plane by Mike Kenneally

Redesigned environmental communication tools are at your disposal. These focus on enhanced reputation as well as reduced impact. Are proactive rather than reactive and will save you money.