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We have 697 blogposts about Environmental Issues.
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  • WildAid Less Meat Less Heat

    Less Meat, Less Heat

    By on 29 June 2016

    The production of meat for consumption has a major impact on the world, our environment and our health. Animal agriculture is the second biggest sector for production of greenhouse gasses. It’s not a new claim but charity WildAid tells it...

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  • Zaria Forman: Drawings that show the beauty and fragility of Earth

    Drawings that show the beauty and fragility of Earth

    By on 27 June 2016

    Zaria Forman makes paintings. Large-scale compositions of melting glaciers and icebergs floating in glassy water. The theme is always climate change. In this TED talk she talks about her motives, the creative process and the motivation behind her work: She began...

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  • The Power of Planting Trees (and Storytelling) from the Nature Conservancy

    The Power of Planting Trees (and Storytelling)

    By on 6 June 2016

    This isn’t a striking video at first sight. Nevertheless, this video about tree planting has some stunningly strong communication items. Louisville Metro Council Member Cheri Bryant Hamilton tells us in simple terms why planting trees is so important. Especially in neighborhoods with...

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  • Greenpeace Chile Campaign

    People react and pay back with fish emoji’s #GobiernoPasaoAPescao

    By on 18 May 2016

    In recent years, we have not seen too many fast reaction activism campaigns. Generally, campaigns are part of a complex NGO’s planning work. That’s why this social media action caught your attention, because in addition to a social and...

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  • WWF We breathe what we buy

    We breathe what we buy

    By on 24 January 2016

    This World Wildlife Fund campaign from Singapore is about the county’s haze issue and the question of where it comes from. There is no doubt the haze is caused by burning forests in Indonesia and Malaysia for palm oil production, which is...

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  • Vietnamese celebrities urges public not to use bear bile

    Vietnamese celebrities urges public not to use bear bile

    By on 27 December 2015

    These videos are part of a long-term campaign from the Vietnamese organisation Education for Nature (ENV). In general there aim is to foster greater understanding amongst the Vietnamese public about the need to protect nature and wildlife. The campaign in this blogpost...

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  • Endangered species took over the Vatican in spectacular public art project

    Endangered species took over the Vatican in spectacular art project

    By on 15 December 2015

    The St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican was the location last week of an art installation organised by humanitarian and environmental groups. The project named “Fiat Lux: Illuminating Our Common Home” was a projection of several National Geographic photographers to highlight...

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  • The story about too much stuff Dave Hakkens

    The story about too much stuff

    By on 13 December 2015

    Remember Annie Leonard telling the Story of Stuff in 2007? For those who can’t remember: it was the famous movie about the materials economy, the fact-filled look at the underside of our production and consumption patterns. A story about the connections between...

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  • Anti-pipeline activists hack the Canadian Dollar

    Anti-pipeline activists hack the Canadian Dollar

    By on 11 December 2015

      The Canadian Dollar Coin is known domestically as the “Loonie” because of the bas-relief image of a great northern loon (designed by Robert-Ralph Carmichael) on its reverse. The loon is somewhat of an icon in parts of Canada in which it is...

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  • Climate change deniers anthem koch brothers

    Climate change deniers deserve an anthem too

    By on 10 December 2015

    Environmentalist, Tree Huggers, Climate Loonies – whatever you call them – have a big load of music supporting their cause. With as the absolute highlight the anthem “We Are the World.” That was a thorn in the eye of climate change deniers,...

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