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Gareth Morton
Senior Consultant
I work on communications, engagement and behaviour change. My mission is to get people to be more resource savvy at home and at work. I enthusiastically drink beer, walk up mountains and climb rocks.

Gareth’s core expertise centres around communications, behaviour change and stakeholder engagement.

He is a Chartered Waste Manager and his extensive consultancy experience spans 25+ years of engaging people, employees and businesses about resource efficiency, recycling, waste minimisation, energy, water and carbon reduction issues.  Gareth has been at the forefront of UK behaviour change communications campaigns for recycling and waste management, having had a central role in three national campaigns – Rethink Rubbish (2002 – 2004), Recycle Now (2004 – 2008) and Recycle for Scotland (2011 – 2012).

His track record includes working with the public, private and third sectors, including large institutions such as the EU Commission, UK government departments and agencies, NHS Trusts, UK water companies, local authorities and universities on behaviour change, sustainability and resource efficiency strategies.

 

Recent Experience

Gareth’s recent work includes:

  • An employee resource efficiency campaign for the Metropolitan Police
  • Strategic recycling communications and service review and advice for Newcastle City Council
  • Residential energy efficiency behaviour change programme in Kosovo for the Millennium Challenge Corporation
  • Developing novel recycling engagement approaches targeting the public for Western Riverside Waste Authority in London.

 

Career History

Yorkshire based Gareth joined Eunomia in March 2018 after running his own independent communications consultancy, Eco-mmunication. Before that he was a Principal Consultant with Ricardo Energy & Environment (2009 – 2017) but spent much of his career at SWAP (1992 – 2006) and Resource Futures (2006 – 2007). Gareth was a Director at SWAP for 10 years and was part of the team that formed Resource Futures where he was Business Development and Marketing Director. He also had spells in mainstream public relations at Ptarmigan PR as Head of Environment (2007 – 2008) and at BRAHM PR, where he started his career as an Account Executive in 1990.