Climate change blog entered for Forrester Groundswell awards

The David Hone climate change blog - which we are working on with our partners, Headshift, has been entered for a  2009 Forrester Groundswell Award. David  Hone serves as the senior climate change advisor for Shell and is vice chairman of the International Emissions Trading Association.

To date, David Hone’s blog has covered a broad range of topics ranging from electric cars to global carbon trading. The blog has featured a wide variety of content, including a video interview with high profile environmental authors such as James Lovelock — author of The Vanishing Face of Gaia, and a personal diary sharing stunning photographs of a recent trip to the Antarctic. The content has so far been syndicated on about 14 other climate change blogs, contributing to debates and online conversations.

From the outset, David Hone’s blog has focused clearly on the practical side of implementing climate change policies. The blog is lightly moderated and all contributors are informed of the house policy. It has attracted a range of comments and is taking Shell into a more open and personal conversation with its key online audiences.

Read more about our entry here.

If you would like to read David Hone’s blog, please go here.

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