Many worthy environmental organizations are flying under the radar. We’re changing that.
The climate crisis is the most pressing issue of our time. Yulu’s expertise in environmental PR has been sought out by high-impact leaders such as Carbon Engineering, Hydrostor, Pachama, SINAI Technologies, The Nature Trust of British Columbia, the David Suzuki Foundation, Genus Fossil Free, Artists for Conservation, The Commission for Environmental Cooperation and the Vancouver Aquarium.
If your organization is having a positive impact on the environment or addressing the climate crisis, Yulu’s sustainability PR team is here to amplify your impact.
Whether you have a solution to clean energy (SDG 7), are advocating for climate action or carbon pricing (SDG 13), or are conserving our lands or oceans (SDG 14 + 15), we want to talk to you.
What motivates us
Our world is already seeing the impact of our collective actions. In June 2021, carbon dioxide levels reached the highest point in human history (a 4.5 million year high that is now approaching 420ppm). We have until 2030 to make drastic changes if we’re to mitigate the worst consequences of the climate crisis, and slow down the sixth wave of extinction that’s already happening, with more than a million of species at risk, including our own species.
At Yulu PR, we recognize the scale of this issue and urgent need to act. If your organization is seeking to have a positive impact, our environmental PR team can amplify awareness, understanding, and ultimately the impact of your organization.
- Industry benchmarking
- Stakeholder interviews
- Identifying organizational purpose
- Strategic partnerships
Impact Communications + Storytelling
- Communications planning
- Strategic communications
- Media training
- Media relations
- Stakeholder communications
- Internal communications
- Community relations
- Influencer relations
- Social media
Impact Assessment + Measurement
- Assessment of an organization's purpose, legitimacy, and governance
- Build a measurement framework
- Track progress