The environmental campaign has problems with partnerships. Due to the need for cash and platforms to reach members of the public, the campaign always needs to have partners and sponsors. However, environmental issues affect most of the partners in a negative manner. For example, all the stakeholders in the oil industry are affected by the propositions of environmental conservation in a negative manner. Therefore, they cannot support these forums. In addition, there are members of the local community who disagree with some of the propositions. For example, Fraking is a source of income for many people. These people agree with the practice because they believe the safety measures adopted are enough to safeguard the environment. Therefore, they are in direct conflict with advocates for abolition of fracking from the area because in their view, it is merely a method to exploit limited natural resources (Hammond, 2013). Other such conflicts of interest affect the environmental campaign.
In any campaign, there are always efforts to increase the knowledge of the target population in order to win new supporters. In South Carolina, the environmental campaign has a goal of educating the local people into the benefits of conservation and the threats posed by continued degradation. However, the campaign for the cultivation of knowledge is problematic. For instance, there has been a significant level of exposure to environmental issues in the recent past (Hammond, 2013). The people now feel like they know everything about the campaigns. Consequently, few people are interested in forums that seek to increase environmental knowledge. In addition, there is the issue of having excellent platforms to raise environmental issues. As this paper will later evaluate, these platforms have become the targets of double politicians. Capital requirements for the awareness campaign also add a burden to the campaigns.
In the contemporary times, environmental awareness has emerged as among