Engaging communities through archaeology
July sees the start of the Festival of Archaeology. The festival helps over half a million people participate in archaeology, […]Read the full article
New research shows having more infrastructure knowledge makes people more likely to engage in projects
Almost a third of the UK population have little or no knowledge about infrastructure. 78.9% of people without any knowledge […]Read the full article
Does infrastructure knowledge matter?
The first in our three-part Attitudes series exploring how different people think and feel about infrastructure.Download PDF
Using data to identify those most likely to engage with infrastructure
Copper abides by a fundamental principle: we build understanding before we act. We’ve measured public attitudes to infrastructure for over […]Read the full article
World Youth Skills Day
World Youth Skills Day celebrates the importance of equipping young people with skills for employment and entrepreneurship. The construction industry […]Read the full article
Copper co-creates communications strategy for UKRI Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge
Copper Consultancy has become the communications and engagement partner for UKRI’s £210 million Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge (IDC). UKRI launched the […]Read the full article
Moving forward with Active Travel
We discussed the challenges and opportunities faced by those of us passionate about sustainable modes of travel and examined how […]Read the full article
Who is cheering for infrastructure?
With the Conservative leadership election underway, we chart the candidates’ experience, supporters and comments on development and infrastructure. Check out […]Read the full article
Will the next leader of the Conservative Party take UK solar into the sunlit uplands?
For now it remains difficult to predict specific policy changes for solar. What will likely be needed is a change […]Read the full article