Content Category: Eco awareness

In an age of more eco awareness this informative Rough Guides series delivers content on various global matters. It inspires people to get involved in solutions to the developing world’s economical and social difiiculties and looks at the issues surrounding energy use.

The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain

The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain

The client’s need

Rough Guides have produced three editions of The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain in the past five years, as well as a bespoke microsite. To build on the success of this title and the PR avenues it … Read more ›

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The Rough Guide to Community Energy

The Rough Guide to Community Energy

The client’s need

Marks and Spencer wanted to increase the profile of their “Plan A” environmental campaign while providing practical, innovative information to their customers on how to act on climate change.

The RG solution

Rough Guides commissioned two expert … Read more ›

The Rough Guide to Greening Your Home

The Rough Guide to Greening Your Home

The client’s need

Anglian Home Improvements were looking to add credibility to their brand in relation to it’s green credentials, as well as genuinely wanting to raise awareness of how home owners can save money in their home by taking … Read more ›

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Shell – The Rough Guide Energy and Our Planet

energy

The client’s need

Shell’s Sustainable Development team wanted to engage with the public to stimulate the global energy debate. They were keen to highlight some of the problems being faced by consumers and energy providers, as well as to explain … Read more ›

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The Mini Rough Guide to Energy and Our Planet (English and Arabic Editions) \ Product

The Rough Guide to a Better World

The Rough Guide to a Better World

The Client’s Need

The UK’s Department for International Development is committed to encouraging improved living standards and economies in the developing world. Part of their strategy is to show people in the UK that individuals can make a difference to … Read more ›