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The Pyramid scheme of slaughter

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 24-06-2014 11:15 | Category: Animal rights, Fundraising

WWF Australia: stop illegal wildlife trade.

This fantastic campaign shows that illegal wildlife trade is maintained through supply and demand. Removing one link in the chain and it will stop.
The campaign is from WWF Australia: Stop one. Stop them all.


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Dramatically beautiful music from WWF about the tragedy below sea level

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 24-04-2014 23:00 | Category: Animal rights, Environment, Fundraising

Dramatically beautiful music from WWF about the tragedy below sea level.

The music in this campaign WWF will win lots of prizes. It’s beautiful and dramatic.
It’s used in this new animation about irresponsible and damaging activities like overfishing, pollution and climate change. And how it effects life below sea level.

Seastars is the name of the campaign from WWF-The Netherlands. Become a star of the sea and help is the message.
The song is available in the iTunes Store.


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We will clean up the forest thanks to this weird posters

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 31-10-2013 21:00 | Category: Environment

WWF and the Bulgarian Globul Green: Don't create new species.

The typography is terrible. The drawing style is old-fashioned. And still these are beautiful posters.
It’s the message that clearly arrive. That’s all what matters isn’t it?

It’s from collaboration between WWF and the Bulgarian Globul Green. Aim is cleaning-up and conserving 11 of the Bulgarian nature parks.

“Don’t create new species.
Discover the natural diversity of animal and plant species and preserve wildlife by participating in the annual cleaning of the nature parks in Bulgaria.”


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A football field deforested by the WWF

Posted by Simon Beyrand | 7-04-2013 17:28 | Category: Environment

The equivalent of a football field of forest is clear-cut every 4 minutes in Brazil. Do we actually care when we’re watching a game on TV? Certainly not, so the WWF broke the habit.

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Last December, a very special event happened during a women’s football game between Brazil and Denmark. In 4 minutes, the green playing field gradually turned into a burned colour to raise awareness about deforestation (data visualization system).

In the end, an explaining message came out on TV screens, followed up with a call for donations. The idea is just brilliant. The message, extremely powerful.


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