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Climate Reality Project explains the World's Easiest Decision

Most of the videos about climate change tend to appeal to our emotions or simply to our commonsense, but this series from Brooklyn-based creative agency, Mustache, in support of Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project used humor to raise awareness ahead of the 2015 Paris COP21 summit.

Coen Bros "Clean Coal" spoof delivers a dirty message

A smooth-talking salesman in a suit delivers his sales pitch to camera, as he holds a “clean coal” air freshener in a spray can. "Is regular clean enough for your family?," he asks of a familiar-looking household. "Get clean coal clean." Sounds good, but when the mom sprays it around the house, black dust fills the air, and the children cough uncontrollably.

Fleet Forum puts a premium on transportation safety

The numbers around road traffic accidents are scary: 1.3 million people killed each year, and many more seriously injured; and traffic-related deaths are the biggest killer of those aged 5 to 29.

Follow the Frog hops back for 2015

The Follow the Frog brand has become much more than a label assuring a product’s green credentials. Its latest edition, for 2014-15, is described as an “integrated experience” including companies, consumers and producers in more than 100 countries.

Gun shop New York sends a double-barrelled anti firearms message

Many Americans think owning a gun will make their lives safer, but unsuspecting shoppers who visited a “gun store” on the Lower East Side of Manhattan came out thinking differently. Their visit to this supposed "gun store" aimed at first-time weapon buyers is captured in a three-minute video, produced by Grey for States United to Prevent Gun Violence.

Highwater Line uses art to visualize climate change

We have all seen and read the warnings about rising sea levels as temperatures increase, but it’s difficult to envision what that would mean to our own city or neighborhood.

How Follow the Frog set the tone for consumer sustainability

The famous Follow the Frog video from 2012 is credited with changing perceptions of sustainability marketing. It won awards and praise, as well as support for the Rainforest Alliance’s campaign to encourage sales of ethically-sourced produce.

Long Live NY Gives City New Heart

The New York Organ Donor Network is a non-profit organisation that aims to facilitate lifesaving donations throughout the city, serving a diverse population of 13 million people.

Oxfam 3D prints its way to offering better sanitation

After many major disasters, such as the conflicts in Syria and Iraq and the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, the largest losses of life can come from the spread of disease through poor sanitation. Without the proper equipment to clean and rid themselves of the harmful bacteria, people remain at high risk of spreading diseases such as cholera, dysentery and malaria.

Stella Artois wants you to buy a lady a drink in support of water charity

750 million people around the world have no access to clean water. It’s a crisis that disproportionately affects women, many of whom walk for hours every day to collect water for their family.

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