Communities can collaboratively design an emissions reduction plan together that:
- Helps policy-makers reduce friction and find the social license to act
- Gives a broad cross-section of residents a meaningful way to be part of the process (even during social distancing)
- Can be used for consultation or educational purposes and can help increase participation in existing GHG reduction strategies
- Generates detailed results similar to a poll and can identify points of friction and opportunities for success
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Fair and Effective Community Engagement
The patented Ethelo algorithm helps policy makers identify the most broadly supported climate solutions to reach GHG reduction strategies
Diversity and Accuracy
In order to ensure fairness and a representative sampling of community members. We provide a baseline of micro-targeted communication campaigns to engage a wide spectrum of residents. This tailored content is intended to inform residents and empower them to take a role in shaping policy.
This service can be expanded to reach a bigger sample size and more community members overall with a mix of outreach activities specific to stakeholders in your community.
Long-Term Positive Impacts
We can facilitate ongoing re-engagement and help drive participation in new and existing GHG programs and activities in your community.
This is a key part in shifting culture so participants take climate action in their own lives.
Our goal is to provide a decision making process that helps to nurture and cultivate the social license that makes meaningful climate action possible in your community
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