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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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  • Not Just Tuna Greenpeace

    Art is essential in this activist campaign about tuna

    By on 6 December 2015

    Thai Union is the world’s largest canned tuna company dominating the market in the United States, United Kingdom, Italy, Thailand and other countries. Critical monitoring of the company is one of the spearheads of Greenpeace. The company is known for the most devastating...

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  • Kathy Jetnil Kijiner the Marshall Islands has a message for leaders at #COP21

    This poet from the Marshall Islands chanted loud and clear at #COP21

    By on 4 December 2015

    Plain and unmistakable words heard at COP21: “Tell Them We Are Nothing Without Our Islands”. It is the poem from Kathy Jetnil Kijiner which is recited before on previous meetings about global warming. But if it must be heard somewhere then it...

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  • CCTV Polluted Drawing

    The way Chinese kids see their home includes smog

    By on 3 December 2015

    The drawings in this video from China can be interpreted in multiple ways. You should have an eye for it like agency FF Shanghai (FRED & FARID). On the occasion of the COP21 climate conference in Paris, the agency made a...

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  • Climate Reality Project Worlds Easiest Decision

    Don’t Be So Complicated, Counteracting Climate Change is Easy

    By on 1 December 2015

    The people of The Climate Reality Project don’t understand why the world leaders make such a fuss of COP21 in Paris. Combating climate change is reasonably straightforward as long as you make the right easy and predictable choices. Therefore they came with the...

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  • Greenpeace COP21 Your voice can change the world

    Greenpeace admits: they can’t change the world #COP21

    By on 29 November 2015

    It’s like the ‘Your signature is more powerful than you think’-statement from Amnesty. Greenpeace calls for protest from civil society in the run up to and during COP21, the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris. Because Greenpeace won’t change...

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  • The one major difference between the whale and the human race

    That one major difference between the whale and the human race

    By on 22 November 2015

    This gorgeous video isn’t a cause video but actually a short nature film made by Aquawork, an underwater project from cameraman Rafa Herrero Massieu. Nevertheless the author has a clear message. Rafa followed World Depth Championship 2015 silver medallist Miguel Lozano during his dive nearby the Canary...

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  • Rainforest Foundation Sounds Like Life

    A new way to measure life: sound

    By on 10 November 2015

    Make the invisible visible, that is the new video from the Norwegian section of the Rainforest Foundation. It’s about the Amazon rainforest, the world’s most important ecosystem. The Foundation has created a melody based on the sounds from the...

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