This animated film is both educational and entertaining and takes a fun and creative approach to explain the basics of climate change.
The threats facing the natural world can be shocking and our impact on the planet is growing every year. But our world is brilliant and solutions exist that can help to protect our living planet.
These short videos offer a glimpse into some of the challenges and solutions highlighted by WWF’s Living Planet Report 2012.
Stand by for Plug Out Boy. Created by the brilliant and brilliantly-named animator Ricky Martin, Plug Out Boy is a boy on a non-power trip to Plug Out everything that shouldn’t be on. That he is a line drawing on post-it notes sticking to walls shouldn’t obscure the fact that he is a hero we should all try and be like.
Green Thing is a public service that inspires people to lead a greener life. With the help of brilliant videos and inspiring stories etc. from creative people and community members around the world, Green Thing focuses on seven things you can do – and enjoy doing. Join people from 171 countries doing their green things and making a difference.
Animation-masters Triffic teamed up with jazz outfit Voodoo Kazoo to produce this brilliantly catchy shower-a-long with shades of Ferris Bueller and a hint of Ian Dury. Huge thanks to Andy for the design, Andy, Shaun, Chris and Garf for the animation, Luke for compositing and effects and Tim for vocals and patience. And a watery Green Thing hug to Olivia of Joy for stepping forward in the first place.
Our gremlins of over-consumption hit a hyperactive high in this animated short, featuring music by Wagon Christ.
A specially-commissioned animation featuring the voice of Stephen Merchant explaining, in simple terms, the state of our natural world, and our impacts on it. Part of the launch of the WWF Living Planet Report 2010.
A witty play on an infamous biblical story, showing the importance of preparing against flooding and the devastating affects of climate change. This film was written by Martin Langhorn at the University of Central Lancashire for the Tomorrow’s World Short Film Competition which was conceived by the Environment Agency.
Third of four scenarios exploring how climate change will transform low-income countries. Increasing inequality, growing numbers of climate refugees and a divided global community – a frightening, turbulent world for many.
What if….cavemen hadn’t got out of their caves or Newton had stayed indoors or Darwin had had a bad hair day? The Field Studies Council FSC are championing the rights and opportunities for people of all ages and interests to experience the environment at first hand.