Engagement and project management

Our engagement team helps you share your environmental message. We work with local and national partners to plan, manage and deliver campaigns that address complex challenges such as fuel poverty, air quality and climate change. Our biggest campaigns are listed in the tabs below.

We’ll work with you to understand who you want to reach and what you want to say. We regularly attend community events, organise corporate training sessions and produce tailored marketing materials on behalf of our clients.

If you’d like to work with us to engage new audiences, whether online or in person, please¬†email enquiries@environmentcentre.com.

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We work with Eastleigh Borough Council, New Forest District Council, Southampton City Council and Winchester City Council to share important environmental messages about the impact of wood burning.

We coordinate regular meetings with our partners and we discuss ideas for developing the campaign. We’re particularly interested in finding new ways of reaching local residents and communities who may be unfamiliar with the harm caused by bonfires and log burners.

It is our responsibility to produce marketing materials and digital content for the group to share, as well as to identify and attend local events where there’s an opportunity to speak directly to the public and community groups about this topic.

As part of an ongoing campaign to raise awareness of everyday sustainability, Southampton City Council tasked us with delivering Green Surgeries at workplaces across the city.

Green Surgeries are drop-in events where employees can speak to us about how they can make changes in their everyday lives in order to reduce their carbon footprint.

In 2022, we held Green Surgeries at Ordnance Survey, the University of Southampton, Solent University and Southampton Science Park. We also extended the surgeries to reach the general public at St James’ Village Show, the Southampton Mela and the Big Green Event.

We delivered a ‘No idling’ campaign in partnership with Southampton City Council to encourage people to switch their car engines off when stationary.

With traffic being a large contributor to air pollution in the city, it was important for us to educate drivers about the importance of switching off for clean air.

If you’re interested in how we can share your environmental message, please email us on enquiries@environmentcentre.com.