Category Archives: Advocacy

Posts about environmental advocacy campaigns.

Kids vs. Business as Usual

A new campaign video showing kids protesting climate change hits the spot. Continue reading

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climate change supermodeling?

Also published at Immanence. Having just written a piece for Environmental Communication about the promises and pitfalls of cognitive science-based approaches to communicating about issues like climate change, I can’t help commenting on this video and blog post that arrived … Continue reading

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Campuses Beyond Coal seeks talented ad agency

Grist just passed along the first of three advertisements that are part of Sierra’s Campuses Beyond Coal campaign. The theme, apparently, is that coal is dirty even by the standards of slovenly college students. I’m hard pressed to see much … Continue reading

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Sourcing Stuff

Via Worldchanging, an update on Sourcemap, a fascinating tool produced by MIT’s Media Lab for learning about and contributing to research on supply chains. It uses Google Earth to display these chains visually. It’s a work in progress, but definitely … Continue reading

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The Cove Connects Popular Culture to Ecological Crimes

A film about the Japanese slaughter of tens of thousands of dophins and porpoises every year makes the links between perceptions and representations of Nature and their consequences in the real world. Continue reading

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