Science Communications Support for New Plastics Report

11 April
2021
Chloe Hill

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  Client: Metabolic, Amsterdam The Altus comms and editorial team were engaged on this short sweet project to transform technical content produced by Amsterdam based circular economy company, Metabolic, for a WWF Thailand report on plastics. is intended to raise awareness and empower conversations with and among policymakers, the private sector and supporting organisations. Our […]

Energy Efficiency Diagnostics for SMEs in Spain

11 April
2021
Chloe Hill

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 Client: Various Spanish SMEs Often, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) do not know how energy efficient they are, or the steps they could take to become more efficient. To address this issue, the Ministry for Ecological Transition of Spain and a digital transformation company in Madrid asked Altus consultants in Spain to design a user-friendly […]

Helping transform and shift the leather sector in Spain towards circularity

11 April
2021
Chloe Hill

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  Client: Spanish Leather company based in Valencia Traditionally, the leather sector and tanning, in particular, have been linked to a wide range of unsustainable practices: deforestation to make way for cattle pastures, uncertainty in animal welfare, improper disposal of chemicals, and water overuse, for example. To address these sustainability challenges, respond to stronger environmental […]

Content development for a IUCN Biodiversity Footprinting Guide

11 April
2021
Chloe Hill

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Client: The National Committee of the Netherlands of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN-NL) IUCN Netherlands sough out support from Altus Impact to help with the preparation of a guide on Biodiversity Footprinting Tools and how to effectively inspire action among businesses and policymakers alike when it comes to decisions on biodiversity measurement. […]

Content development for an internal position paper for WWF Netherlands

11 April
2021
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  Client: WWF Netherlands  

Content, Editorial & Design Services for the UN Statistics Division

11 April
2021
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  Client: UN SEEA

User research & Content development for a technical paper for the Dutch Environment Agency

11 April
2021
Chloe Hill

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  Client: PBL (The Dutch Environment Agency)   The Dutch Environment Agency sought support from Altus Impact to help with the preparation of a technical paper on Integrated Land Use Management (ILM) and Natural Capital Accounting and how to effectively bring these two schools of thought and communities together, particularly when it comes to working […]

Production & design of a UN Green Economy textbook

11 April
2021
Andrew Buckwell

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Client: UN Environment UNEP approached Altus Impact to put together a green economy publication, bring together contributions from more than 20 authors writing in the economics and green economy. Altus Impact undertook copy-writing and editing tasks and the full design of the document and its supporting website. Altus Impact designed a 400 page online book […]

Content development & design of a report to promote wildlife conservation

11 April
2021
Andrew Buckwell

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Nature in peril

Client: WWF-Myanmar | Jan 2019 The development and construction of the Dawei-Htee Khee road through the rainforests of southern Myanmar provides significant economic opportunities for Myanmar and Thailand, its neighbour to the east. However, the road is planned to cut through a large area of intact primary forest, presenting significant impacts to biodiversity, particularly to […]

Content development & digital storytelling on the impacts of mining, Cambodia

11 April
2021
Chloe Hill

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Client: WWF-Cambodia Working with WWF-Cambodia, Altus Impact was hired to communicate the cumulative impacts of mining projects in the Eastern Plains Landscape in Cambodia, and why the adoption of a landscape planning approach over a business as usual approach would be the most sustainable in the medium and long term economically, socially and environmentally. The  challenge […]