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Archive for March, 2007

  • What’s chic this season?

    By on 21 March 2007

    What’s chique this season? A Labrador or a Cairn Terrier? This new campaign from the Spanish F.A.A.D.A. the Foundation...

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  • Will only words remain?

    By on 21 March 2007

    This is the new campaign of the IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) in the Netherlands. “The end of...

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  • Status sorting is a prevention strategy

    By on 20 March 2007

    Great campaign made by the USA based agency Better World Advertising for the San Francisco Department of Public Health....

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  • Plant a tree online

    By on 17 March 2007

    “Desertification is potentially the most threatening ecosystem change impacting livelihoods of the poor” (UNCCD). It is about land degradation...

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  • In Lebanon this is the game

    By on 14 March 2007

    Ad from the Italian Children First. Since 2002, the Children First humanitarian aid organisation has been supporting poor and...

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  • The beach doesn’t clean itself

    By on 13 March 2007

    Always great ads from Surfrider. Surfrider Foundation was created in the USA in 1984 by a group of Californian...

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  • Hustle Up The Hancock

    By on 12 March 2007

    The American Lung Association of Chicago has been organizing the Hustle Up The Hancock for 10 years now, raising...

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  • See, read, take action

    By on 12 March 2007

    “Extreme poverty in the new millennium is unjust, and stupid. Education, poverty, health, environment, human rights or world peace:...

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  • Buy (less) crap

    By on 9 March 2007

    You choose: donating directly to charities or buying junk from corporations who only donate a small portion of their...

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  • Gender equality off-air in Ireland

    By on 8 March 2007

    “The babies you are hearing have been born with something that affects more people than malaria, cancer, or even...

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