CLIMATE CHANGE AND
A LOWER CARBON FUTURE
EXPERTISE IN CREATING LOW CARBON COMMUNICATIONS
We work closely with businesses and organisations that are responding to the global challenges we face. Top of the list is climate change and the need to find new ways to reduce carbon emissions in a world where energy demand continues to grow. Below are some film examples that we’ve produced for our clients using different styles.
REIMAGINING THE FUTURE
Time.Change is a short film to help engage people around disruptive technology and to help them think differently. We play with time – two partners of a disruptive digital energy company take a look back towards now, where their ideas began, working without corporate structures. Winner PLATINUM Hermes Creative Awards and PLATINUM Stevie Awards for Internal Communication.
The carbon challenge is part of a series of thought-provoking films exploring the energy challenges we face. Told using interviews from leading academics at Princeton University, this episode discusses the need to transition to a lower carbon economy.
INTERNAL AND STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS
Some of our work is for communicating to internal stakeholders and staff. They range from board level presentations, conference videos to employee communications. We aren’t able to share the films, so we’ve put together some illustrative screen grabs.
Produced for a technology conference to explain, in a simple quirky way, some of the technical and commercial challenges faced when using bio-feedstocks to produce renewable fuel.
HIGH IMPACT AND ENERGY EVENT AND CONFERENCE OPENERS
Produced to stimulate conversation around climate change and the role that technology plays in responding to the challenges. Short, fast paced montage style using a mix of archive, library footage and on-screen text.
Using graphic design to elevate existing materials
Transitioning to a low carbon future. Short high-level video explaining strategy and vision to for board level and investor presentations.
Global employee communication that launched ‘Reduce, Improve, Create’, a new strategic framework to encourage low carbon activities across the BP business. Graphics and animation supported with with high level statements from the CEO. Find out more on the bp website.
Insight into how a small team at the Cherry Point Refinery used a waste product as a bio feedstock to produce renewable diesel for the US market.
Short film to showcase the new Partnership Class LNG ships that are significantly reducing emissions emissions whilst delivering cleaner, low carbon energy around the world.