Always Know the Right Words With Our Glossary of Environment Campaign Terms

Check out our all-new glossary of environment campaign terms with links to further information on key subjects to help you campaign faster.

Sometimes you just can’t find the right words.

And other times when using a technical term a little voice inside says, I hope this means what I think it means!

Well, fear no more. Today we publish our Environment Campaign Glossary – an all-new dictionary of words and phrases used by environment campaigners and others whose actions (for better or worse) affect the environment.

By publishing a glossary of campaign terms we aim to help you in two ways:

  1. Simplify your communications – A shared language helps you communicate effectively with your audience and other campaigners
  2. Save your time – A one-stop glossary of campaign terms with links to further information helps you campaign faster

It also enables us to provide you with clear and succinct how-to campaign advice. Good for you and good for the environment.

New meanings for familiar terms

As you explore the glossary you will find familiar terms with slightly different definitions to those you are used to in everyday conversation. For example, you may understand ‘audience’ to mean something like:

The assembled spectators or listeners at a public event such as a play, film, concert, or meeting – Oxford Dictionaries

But the Environment Campaign Glossary defines ‘audience’ as:

The people, groups and organisations a campaign communicates with to achieve campaign solutions.

So why redefine everyday terms to apply to environment campaigns? Well it removes the need to create new terms, such as ‘campaign audience’.

And ‘campaign tactics’.

And ‘campaign goal’.

See where this is going?

So when you come across terms like these on Silent Reef you can assume they refer specifically to environment campaigns. And if you’re unsure of a meaning simply jump to the glossary to check.

Regular updates

We will update the glossary with new campaign terms as we publish new how-to campaign information and tools through our blog and Campaign Library (free to join).

And when you’re ready to supercharge your campaign skills check out our online training courses:

Courses can be taken in any order and are suitable for new and experienced campaigners.

We hope you find the Environment Campaign Glossary useful. Got a campaign term you would like defined? Tell us in the comments.

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David Roe

Dave is Silent Reef founder and course author.

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