If we are to be successful in mitigate climate change, we need to have government support. Some of the measures that need to be taken, in the name of climate change mitigation, can’t be taken without government support. Therefore government support is very critical. Yet getting government support in these sorts of things isn’t so easy. See, some of the things that need to be done, in the name of climate change mitigation, would inevitably hurt certain interests. That is why we tend to encounter resistance in these matters.
All said and done, to get government support in climate change mitigation, there is one main thing that we need to: namely lobbying. So we need to identify the relevant government officials, and lobby them intensively, to get them to support the climate change mitigation agenda.
Identifying the relevant government officials
The relevant government officials in question here are those who wield real power. If we are to succeed in the climate change mitigation agenda, we will need support from the topmost echelons of the government. This therefore means identifying the people who wield the most power in both the political and bureaucratic arms of the government. It really takes the topmost people, to drive change, and overcome the resistance to change that tends to be inherent. Even when the Nordstrom employees portal, which is reviewed on the employeeloginz website was being set up, the topmost management probably had to be convinced about the soundness of the idea. Only then was the Nordstrom employees portal, at www.mynordstrom.com set up. Similarly, if we are to drive the climate change mitigation agenda forward, we have to sell it successfully to the topmost levels of the political and bureaucratic arms of the government.
Lobbying the government officials
To successfully lobby the government officials, we need to have sound arguments, backed by verifiable facts and figures. It helps a great deal if we can get professional lobbyists to assist in this cause. You have to remember that the folks who are against climate change mitigation measures will also be lobbying furiously, on the other side.