We created a series for the National Audubon Society to depoliticize climate change by sharing video stories that highlight people from different backgrounds who care deeply about the environment.
video projects & campaigns
a selection of our favorite projects & partnerships
Janet Reno lived her life with one guiding principle – “do the right thing.” It was a mantra passed down from her mother, one of the strongest influences in her life.
Jim Strickland is working to find ways to keep farmers and ranchers on their lands so that they can continue to play an important role in combating climate change.
In the 1990s, a group of women at a small college in Ohio started talking about consent, and the need for a sexual offense prevention policy at their school. People thought they were being ridiculous.
As a young teenager, Benji Backer thought climate change was a hoax. Now he runs a conservation organization.
Triangle Bikeworks is a nonprofit that organizes youth bike tours that trace culturally significant routes across the U.S. On this tour, the youth learned about conservation and environmental justice while riding 700 miles along the Neuse River down to the Atlantic Ocean and back.
We work with the Health Effects Institute to create a striking video to accompany their annual State of Global Air report and develop social media excerpts and targeted versions of the video content to amplify the communications impact throughout the year.
The Core Video is sent out with press releases. The 2020 report and video were published in Newsweek.
Drawing Attention to Research Through Story 9 million people in the world die every year from pollution-related causes. But how often do you hear about