I've worked with condervation organisation WWF-UK on two of their campaigns to promote water quality and the natural environment.
Fresh Water Thinking focussed on the effects of climate change and over-abstraction on the water quality in the Thames river basin. I developed the name of the campaign and the ‘tree’ logo based on the map of the Thames. I designed and produced the reports produced by the campaign.
The Rivers on the Edge campaign looked specifically at the effects of over-abstraction on the vulnerable and uniquely British environment of the chalk stream. The design helped to illustrate the direct affect domestic water consumption has on the health of our chalk streams.
I also produced the Europe’s Water at the Crossroads document for WWF in Europe.
Fresh Water Thinking logo
Banners from the launch and roadshows
Fresh Water Thinking shortform Vulnerability Report
Fresh Water Thinking Technical Summary
Fresh Water Thinking Vulnerability Report
Rivers on the Edge policy document
Map of the River Itchen from the Rivers on the Edge guide
Leaflets from the Rivers on the Edge series
Europe’s Water at the Crossroads policy document
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