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About Cool World Consulting

Our work focuses on raising awareness of some of the most serious environmental and health issues facing us today. 

We understand that what will be effective at getting one group of people to change their behaviour, might not work for another. We always try to see the issue from the perspective of our target audience.

Experienced at working with clients from schools and hospitals, to government departments and local councils, we have a great breadth of experience in the environmental sector.

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Lucy Harbor

Founder and Director

Lucy has been delivering environmental engagement programmes for the last 6 years with schools, hospitals, businesses and bus drivers, including an award-winning air quality campaign with Great Ormond St Hospital.

Another area of expertise is carbon footprinting for small businesses, and undertaking carbon impact evaluation for funded programmes, such as The National Lottery's Climate Action Fund.

Lucy is also an Associate Academic on the MSc Environmental Management at the University of Derby.

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Tom Knowles

Associate Director

With over 15 years’ experience in environmental consultancy, Tom's expertise includes environmental monitoring and analysis, behaviour change campaigns (idling campaigns) and delivering educational workshops at schools (Clean Air for Kids air pollution mapping project).

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Michael Davies

Business Engagement Manager

Michael has a wealth of experience in business and community engagement projects on environmental topics. Michael worked for three years on the Idling Action campaign, and is leading business and network engagement for the City Air campaign.

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Jason Harris

Designer

Art director and integrated graphic designer with over 20 years creative industry experience, Jason has been CWC Environmental’s creative partner on campaigns for over 2 years, including Suffolk Idling Action and the award-winning Cleaner Air for Bus Drivers campaign.