The value of communications is to explain where you are today and the tangible action you are taking to bridge to tomorrow. Kekst CNC is advising organizations around the world on how to tell the story of their transition to a low-carbon future effectively.
Are You Ready for COP28?
Tensions over COP28 discussions in Dubai are heating up, despite the fact that months remaining before the start of the event. Accusations of hypocrisy and calls for boycotts have risen, and many corporates are trying to thread the needle of ambition and realism. Indeed, COP28 looks to be the most contentious COP yet – and it hasn’t even begun.
“While there is growing consensus on the urgent need for climate action, the Ukraine conflict has made the transition more complex. The tension between near term energy security and progress to net zero is real. Global business must hold its nerve in this highly politically charged environment and not lose sight of the opportunities that the transition to a low carbon future offers.”
UK Consumer Priority Tracker – Edition 1
Soaring inflation. Rising energy costs. Baking temperatures. Empty reservoirs. The British public is facing mounting challenges. But how will they shape new perceptions of business? What’s driving these expectations? And crucially, how can communicators get ahead of them?
of respondents in a Kekst CNC survey in the UK believe that extreme temperatures in the country are a result of climate change
of the UK public believe that big companies are not doing enough to tackle climate change
of the UK public believe that the UK government is not doing enough to tackle climate change
Global Thinking Podcast: Transitioning to a Net Zero Future
Global Thinking host Eleanor Cavill is joined by Mark Campanale, Founder & Executive Chairman of Carbon Tracker Initiative, and Oliver Buckley, Director at Kekst CNC, to discuss a variety of topics concerning the journey to net zero, including opportunities on the path to a low carbon future, the pace of the transition, and expectations for COP28.