Climate change has become a communications imperative for companies and public agencies around the world. We work closely with our clients to help them conceptualise, create and present communication products in a professional and engaging way. Our offerings range from large-scale project management to strategic communications, writing and editing, research, training and knowledge management services.
Our sustainability experts have an in-depth understanding of the climate change policy and advocacy landscape. We help to create a strategic framework for communication that reaches the target audience in accessible and engaging language. We use a range of communication platforms, including publications, film, social media and media products.
Good researchers are not necessarily good writers. Our team has the ability to present complex information in a logical and accessible manner. We have extensive editorial experience, and use specialist knowledge editors and writers to ensure that key messages are delivered clearly.
We provide specialised knowledge management services – the science of identifying, storing and disseminating knowledge. Our highly capable team can do it all, from conducting primary interviews, to synthesising existing information, creating categories for managing knowledge, and identifying creative and effective ways of disseminating it.
Our team is experienced in managing projects from conceptualisation to delivery – from printed reports to documentaries or digital products. We are used to managing large, diverse teams of people – on budget and to deadline.
We provide field and desk-based qualitative research services that produce rigorous and well-written reports. Our team’s experience and qualifications in the field of sustainable development ensure that research reports are accurate, coherent, logical and referenced.
Clarity combines its extensive public- and private-sector training experience with its specialist climate change knowledge to provide tailored training programmes. Training is focused on ensuring that participants understand how climate change will affect their work in the short and long term.