Here are some links to some relevant work we thought you would enjoy! >>
Make My Money Matter | Valentine’s Day
For Valentine’s Day, we teamed with our friends at Make My Money Matter and B Corp UK to get people to break up with their nature-hurting pensions and get hitched up with one which treats people and the planet right. Featuring the hilarious Aisling Bea and a fantastic cast, this carob-neutral film reached over 60k+ views across social media.
Taylors Teas | Grand Beedapest Hotel
How important are bees? Taylors of Harrogate are in no doubt. Without bees, there would be no pollination. Without pollination, no fruit. And without fruit there would definitely be no fruit tea. So it made sense to centre our campaign on one of nature’s heroes: the humble bee.
This film gained 2.2 million views and was featured in The Telegraph, The Metro and shared by Greenpeace amongst others.
Race To Zero | Anniversary
Want some good news on climate? We worked with the United Nations to celebrate the first year of their monumental Race to Zero campaign. In one year, they encouraged 4,500 organisations (including Apple, Amazon and Netflix) to commit to halving their global emissions by 2030.
To get the word out and deliver maximum impact, we took over the largest advertising display in Europe during rush hour to premiere the film.
Youth Climate Strikers | Back to school for Boris
Creating the largest climate mobilisation in history with an eight-week run-in was a huge but exciting challenge. Working with the UKSCN, Greenpeace, WWF and 350.org, we created a suite of content which gained over 3.1 million views and inspired 4 million people in 160 different countries to take to the streets and protest.
Greenwash Explained With Hamsters
To explain the growing dangers of greenwashing, we did the only logical thing and recruited a cast of eco-conscious Hamsters to teach us how to spot businesses and industries that are greenwashing and call it out. This carbon-neutral film was launched on the world’s first climate focussed streaming service WaterBear.