IOM Government Net Zero Case Study
A step towards achieving net zero
Climate change is a subject close to my heart. So when the IOM Net Zero team asked me to write some case studies and articles, I was only too happy to help.
Case studies are the ideal way to promote your services and products using social proof and customer experiences.
Take a look at how the Net Zero Case Studies encourage Manx citizens to explore greener alternatives by sharing the stories of those who’ve already made the switch.
Government Environmental Team
Copy brief and research
Case study interviews and write up
The Isle of Man Government is trying to encourage citizens to reduce their carbon footprint. The aim is to reach Net Zero by 2050.
The team needed some case studies highlighting the positive experiences of Manx citizens who had already switched to sustainable energy sources.
We also focused on writing articles about some of the other environmental activities happening around the island, like marine conservation and recycling initiatives.
I met with several groups of interesting people to interview them about their experiences switching to greener energy sources.
These included those who had switched to electric cars, a couple who switched to solar, a recycling scheme, the Children’s Centre, and the Blue Carbon project team.
After carrying out detailed interviews (and independent research), I rewrote the responses into engaging case studies.
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Debbie is great to work with. She is very professional and approachable, and her writing skills are outstanding!
She thoroughly researches the topic before developing articles, and her writing is engaging and easy to understand. We would highly recommend The CopySprite.
IOM Government Net Zero Team
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