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Tools of Change Landmark Designation

Tools of Change helps you quickly learn from proven social marketing / behavior change approaches in a wide range of environment, health and safety topic areas. We feature the best ones we can find.

In three topic areas - climate change, energy, and transportation - we go one step further with our Landmark designation process. Designation through this peer-selection process recognizes behavior change approaches and programs considered to be among the most successful, innovative, replicable and adaptable in the world. On this site, their cases studies are indicated by the gold and teal-blue compass icon below.

Nominations are screened by Tools of Change staff and the most promising ones are then rated by peer selection panels based on a standard scoring grid. Designated programs are highlighted in our webinars, transcripts and video recordings from the webinars, and written case studies.

Designated programs gain additional recognition, exposure and credibility, which may help them attract customers and investors, and maintain or increase program funding. They also get a Landmark designation logo for use on websites and in electronic newsletters, providing click-through access to the program's case study materials.

 

Call for Nominations 2022 

Tools of Change is soliciting nominations for its 2022 Landmark behavior change case studies in three topic areas - (1) climate change mitigation or adaptation, (2) energy conservation and (3) sustainable transportation. If you know of anyone working on a particularly effective, innovative or impactful approach for changing related behaviors, please consider nominating them - or yourself. All nominations must include measured impact results.

The Nominations Form  must be submitted by June 6, 2022. Designations will be announced by October 2022.

 

New Climate Change Landmark Case Studies and Panel

In its first year (2021), our new Climate Change Landmark panel designated two case studies. 

  • *  Climate Matters Program for TV Weathercasters (2021) 
  • *  Day Zero: Cape Town Includes Fear Appeal to Avoid Running Out of Water (2021)

The following were our inaugural panelists:

  • *   Kathy Kuntz, Dane County Office of Energy & Climate Change
  • *   Doug McKenzie-Mohr, McKenzie-Mohr Associates
  • *   Britta Ng, City of Coquitlam
  • *   Susan Schneider
  • *   Brooke Tully