Insights on Countering Disinformation
A rich study based on a convening of 80+ diverse experts, covering how to approach disinformation systemically and leverage areas for change, and implications for funders.
Inspiring Action with the Climate Narrative Project
Working with leaders and communities to “create a vision of an ‘ecopolis’: where would like to live in the future – then reverse engineer or ‘backcast’ it to figure out what stories they need to bring to life to make it happen.”
The Human Superorganism
Second film in the animated series that seeks to explore our ‘energy blindness’, and help us prepare for the profound changes we face.
Monitoring the net zero referendum agenda
“In short, DO NOT GIVE THIS IDEA OXYGEN...they are trying (and arguably succeeding) to manufacture outrage about a referendum and then retrofit public support.”
The energy prices rip-off
“Making sense of energy price rises is important. They’re going to be the cause of a lot of poverty in the UK, soon. So, I’ve been doing some analysis...you’re about to be ripped off, massively.”
The Crisis Handbook
“A resource to help changemakers navigate crises and harness the power they hold to shift mindsets... guides you through designing impactful interventions at the different stages of a crisis... (with) how-to, tools and examples.”
Where is public opinion on refugee protection?
"The latest attitudes tracker survey presents a nuanced and somewhat hopeful picture of public attitudes towards asylum and refugees – and a counter to those arguing that the public demands only the toughest approach"
Public support for Ukrainian refugees reflects underlying positive views on immigration
“Three in four Britons back the principle of giving refuge to those fleeing war or persecution... Meanwhile, the number of people who believe immigration needs to be reduced continues to fall.”
Revised common lines
“On Ukraine, humanitarian sponsorship scheme announcement and the Bill.” (via Jenny Regan at IMIX)
“The chaotic conditions we've seen globally over the last few weeks are a warning from a future in which emergency action isn't taken to avert the environmental crisis.”
Nigel Farage’s hard-right faction won Brexit. Now net zero is in its sights
“Those of us who would like a kinder, better country...perhaps have a lot to learn from his methods...when was the last time that people who support net zero organised a big event in Bolton?”