Carbon farming in Uganda! We produced this film for U&We (uandwe.se), a sustainability consultancy firm in Stockholm that runs a climate compensation program called ZeroMission (zeromission.se). Zero Mission helps organizations (Max Hamburgers, Arla Dairies, Arvid Nordquist, and others) to calculate and find ways to reduce their carbon footprint, and to offset what remains by planting trees for carbon storage in selected countries in Africa, Asia, and South America. The benefits go well beyond carbon offsets, and include local food security, education, community development, poverty reduction, and ecosystem services.
The competitive advantages of integrating sustainability into your business model. Find out more at beyondtheline.org.
Move beyond the line of business-as-usual and become a winner in the face of the fundamental environmental and social changes that are already affecting businesses around the world. Meet key management from General Electric, Ikea, Marks & Spencer, Marriott International, and other companies, large and small, that are purposely moving beyond the line. Meet experts from the Center for American Progress, the Carbon Disclosure Project, Environmental Defense Fund, Forum from the Future, World Resources Institute and other organizations that have successfully partnered with companies to help them reduce their environmental impacts and increase their business performance.
A small copy of a large-format, hi-res, three-projector, surround sound experience we produced for the Museum of Natural History in Stockholm, as part of their mission:CLIMATE exhibit on climate change. The program is projected on a 2.5 meter x 8 meter screen in a specially built theater in the middle of the exhibit area. WInd and storm effects are part of the experience - you'll have to imagine them here.
Sustainable Waste Management. We've been working with Envac for a number of years. Envac, in case you don't know, invented and is the world leader in automated underground waste removal systems - a truly sustainable solution for the critical challenges of waste management in the world today, particularly in urban settings. We produced a new corporate film for them focusing on their process for designing and installing their systems. It's all still images, gathered from Envac's offices around the world.