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17.09.2020

What’s your theme song? Get ready for our conservation Twitter polls!

On 24-25 September, Icon will be running a series of Twitter questions and polls to gather insights on why we value conservation and what it means to us. 

Throughout the summer, a group of Icon members has been actively discussing the public benefit and definition of conservation on a dedicated online discussion board. The group was formed as a part of our new research and engagement project to find better ways to communicate the value of conservation to clients, stakeholders and members of the public. 

It's now time to move this conversation to social media! Next week we’ll be posting a series of questions and polls on Twitter to get conservators and non-conservators alike thinking about what conservation means to them. The purpose is to gather views from a broader audience and to have a little fun, all the while spreading awareness of conservation! 

Help us make the conversation a success by following us @Conservators_uk and sharing your thoughts on Twitter on Thursday and Friday. Get ready to answer some tricky questions, like what’s your theme song or how would you #badlyexplainyourjob.

You can find out more information about the Values of Conservation project here

Want to get involved in another way? Email amantyniemi@icon.org.uk 

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