Wake-Up Call August 2015 Out Now

This month’s edition proposes a Sustainability Success Chain – based on research showing a link between sustainability engagement and organisational, community and environmental  success – Wake-Up Call Aug 2015

Workshops confirmed for Hamilton, NZ

Awake will be delivering two half-day Embedding Sustainability workshops in Hamilton, New Zealand on July 27 and 28. Click here for details

Wake-Up Call May/June 2015 out now

In this month’s issue – what’s the best way to connect with nature? Read it here

The 10 things a community needs for sustainability to flourish

New article just posted in Linked In Pulse. Read it at

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/10-things-community-needs-sustainability-flourish-tim-cotter

Half day workshops in NZ July-August

Awake will be running some 4-5 hour workshops in New Zealand combining the best of the Cultivating Sustainability and Building a Culture of Sustainability workshops, all in one condensed package for busy sustainability advocates. Dates and locations to be confirmed, see upcoming workshops page for more.

Wake-Up Call Feb 2015 Out Now

In this month’s Wake-Up Call, read about how building a sense of control can support sustainable action, and how being affected by floods strengthened UK citizens belief in climate change. Click here

Another new case study added – Waikato Regional Council

Read how Awake supported WRC to measure sustainability in its organisational culture, here

3 new case studies added

New case studies have just been added to this site, outlining projects to measure sustainability in the respective cultures of Port of Melbourne Corporation, Bayside Council and College of Estate Management. See the case studies page for more

Wake-Up Call December 2014 Out Now!

The new Wake-Up Call features some observations from applying the SCI in numerous organisations this year. The data of over 2000 employees yields some interesting findings which you can read here

Wake-Up Call October 2014 Out now

In this month’s Wake-Up Call we look at the effectiveness of feedback in influencing behaviour change, and report on an interesting study on what gets people to commit to choosing green power. Read more…