COP26: Lancashire showcases commitment to low carbon county

9 November 2021

As part of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with Marketing Lancashire and Bigtank Video Productions, has submitted a video showcasing the county’s commitment to lowering its carbon footprint.

Following the success of Bigtank and Marketing Lancashire’s collaboration on the ‘Invest in Lancashire’ campaign this video brings together businesses, from different industries and gives them the opportunity to highlight their innovations and technologies which are changing the way companies work to lower the county’s impact on climate change.

The story weaves together each brand’s offering, which will be showcased at the COP 26 summit in Glasgow to promote the services which others can use to help lower their own carbon footprint.

The creative collaboration was led by East Lancashire Chamber Chief Executive Miranda Barker who said: “We are delighted to be working with Bigtank – who have created a high quality and dynamic representation of all the quality low carbon tech commercialisation work going on in Lancashire. This kind of clear and impelling promotional material really helps us capture the imagination of the COP26 delegates from around the world, who can see how technology can really drive our collective journey to net zero”.

Mark Savage, Business Development Manager at Bigtank oversaw the project and said: “It was a fantastic opportunity to work with the Chamber and Marketing Lancashire again, every business submitted a great story and we’re excited to help fly the flag for Lancashire and deliver some positive impact at COP26”.

The video will be seen by thousand of delegates attending the two weeklong conference in Glasgow and more information on how the chamber can help your business lower it’s carbon footprint can be found at:


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