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David Middleton Communications
 

DMC is a one man enterprise that provides a platform for the business activities of David Middleton. 

 

Up to 2013, I was MD of Environmental Business Communications (EBC) and also CEO of the UK branch of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, and CEO of the MEBC, the Midlands business network with a focus on sustainable development. Also via EBC I had been Secretary General of The Urban Renewable Foundation. I retired from EBC in 2013.

I am grateful to my longstanding friend and climate change champion, Tony McNally, who on his web site hosts a PowerPoint history of EBC showing activity for the various organisations it managed. It can be seen via www.climate-change-solutions.co.uk/dmc/  Then click on the link at the bottom of that page. 

 

In August 2017 I  become an FRSA - a Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.

 

My main activities are all centred around the situation that we find ourselves in and which is getting more and more relevant and worrying – namely Climate Change and how it is affecting not only us but the generation who follow.

 

Every year for the past 5 years I have run a one day conference on the subject of Climate Change and how it affects us especially in the West Midlands conurbation.

These conferences not-for-profit events and free to delegates have been staged in conjunction with Jacqui Staunton of Climate Change Solutions and recently with the RSA. Walsall Housing Group has been the main sponsor throughout.

 

The 2019 event at the Tally Ho in Birmingham was to a capacity, 200 delegates with keynote speaker John Firth of globally operating advisory and analytical specialists Acclimatise. Delegates called for a more robust and radical approach from politicians and the mainstreaming of climate change.  

I have also turned to writing. I felt that an unexplored avenue was the use of a novel (an act of fiction interlaced with truthful facts) to promote the environmental issues facing the world.

"Looking for a Speaker”

I am pleased for the opportunity to speak to groups at their monthly meetings, lunch or dinner events, on ‘The Adventure Of Adventure Writing’ or about climate change or sustainable development. Speeches are tailored and timed for each event and can be with or without supporting PowerPoint and videos. Contact: davidm@dmc-sd.co.uk