‘Climate and Conservation’ Podcasts are the popular weekday anchors across our ‘Conservation Helpdesk+’ service – already with 3.3K+ views via our own IHBC Podcast page and new Spotify and Amazon Music postings.
……our new global reach via platforms such as Spotify and Amazon Music……
IHBC Professional Services Officer and Podcast lead Michael Netter said: ‘Offering our ‘Climate and Conservation’ Podcast discussions on this wide array of platforms, makes these COP26-critical messages more accessible both to our own networks as well as further afield.’
…continuing to find new ways to support our members and enhance the voice of conservation……
‘One clear message from the IHBC@COP26 ‘Conservation Helpdesk+’ experience is that we must be as engaging and inclusive as possible to achieve the COP’s ambitions and ours. So we are continuing to find new ways to support our members and enhance the voice of conservation in the efforts to meet the challenge of climate change.’
IHBC Director Seán O’Reilly said: ‘The strides being made – and lessons learned – through our mostly off-the-cuff IHBC@COP26 presence are huge, as our podcasts, planet-wide platforms and new networks suggest a very exciting few years immediately after COP26, including our new global reach via platforms such as Spotify and Amazon Music!’
‘That’s exactly what we hoped for, not least as it makes clear to all the IHBC’s commitment to delivering on the charitable and corporate ambitions we developed with our members, and endorsed by them when our new Corporate Plan 2020-25 was formally adopted at our AGM last December.
…podcasts, planet-wide platforms and new networks suggest a very exciting few years…
See our ‘Climate and Conservation’ IHBC@COP26 Podcasts
Why is IHBC@COP26? Because ‘Conserving our Places Conserves our Planet’
See more background at IHBC’s globally accessible virtual built and historic environment ‘Conservation Helpdesk+’, #IHBCHelpdesk #CultureCOP26