The green revolution of low carbon communication
What do rising water levels, eco towers, thyme plants and 3D models all have in common?
Well, now that you’re wondering – they were all part of the event support that we delivered for five green energy clients at the Waterline Summit this week, at Bonus Arena in Hull, including the creation of three unique and sustainable exhibition stands.
Spearheaded by Marketing Humber, in partnership with Yorkshire Water and the University of Hull the Waterline Summit was the first ever event of its kind in the region, and the biggest in the UK. Leveraging the Humber as a low-carbon leader, the summit called on industry leaders, as well as local authorities, businesses and schools to come together and build a sustainable future for the region.
The ambitious campaign combines industry, academic expertise and R&D activity, and aims to show how decarbonisation can deliver both environmental sustainability and economic growth.
Going above the line for Waterline
Supporting Marketing Humber, we worked together to deliver their highest attended event on record. Through striking messaging and stand out visuals we urged stakeholders to take a step back and to think about what they’re doing to save energy and lower their carbon emissions.
Sowden + Sowden created their sustainable flagship stand – ‘The Living Lab’ which invited visitors to have an interactive and immersive experience that provoked action to turn the world’s biggest threat into the region’s biggest opportunity.
Everyone has a crucial role to play in building a sustainable future for the Humber and we’ve found our feet in sustainable comms. We’re proud to have worked on some of the biggest green energy projects in the region and to have the opportunity to help drive forward the zero-carbon agenda.
Three exhibition concepts. Two seminars. Two films. 100 thyme plants. 10 eco towers. 5 grand challenges. 1 3D model. 1 website. Low carbon comms > we’re the one agency that’s making it happen.