Guest Blogger – Author Chris Benjamin on The Power of Community

Guest Blogger – Author Chris Benjamin on The Power of Community

Today I am happy to say that we have a guest blogger, author Chris Benjamin (http://www NULL.chrisbenjaminwriting NULL.com/). Chris has just launched his new book, Eco-Innovators: Sustainability in Atlantic Canada (http://www NULL.chapters NULL.indigo NULL.ca/books/Eco-Innovators-Sustainability-Atlantic-Canada-Chris-Benjamin/9781551098630-item NULL.html?ikwid=chris+benjamin&ikwsec=Books), which tells the story of

Backyard Composting CBSM report

Backyard Composting CBSM report

I have had several requests for the report Lura Consulting (http://www NULL.lura NULL.ca) wrote for the Community-based Social Marketing (http://cbsm NULL.com) backyard composting project we did with the Township of Langley (http://www NULL.tol NULL.ca). In order to make it more

The Walrus

Community-based Social Marketing is the subject of a story in the October issue of The Walrus (http://www NULL.walrusmagazine NULL.com/articles/2010 NULL.10-frontier-human-nature). The story uses Nova Scotia’s Waste Management Program (http://www NULL.gov NULL.ns NULL.ca/nse/waste/) as a backdrop to an interesting discussion on

Simple But Effective CBSM Campaigns

To foster sustainable behaviour, we sometimes use the simplest, but very effective, tools. For instance prompts, like the sign that tells the last person to leave a room to turn out the lights, or this sign telling visitors near Peggy’s