25 Apr 2008
decades, Greenpeace has worked with
outstanding photographers and filmmakers to campaign for a green ...
overwhelming - yet the
gathering storm clouds bring with them a terrible beauty of their
own. Greenpeace believes that the best images don't just change perceptions -
they can change the world. Greenpeace ...
09 Oct 2008
| by Caroline Lovell
LONDON - Greenpeace International has appointed AKQA to handle a global climate change campaign...Greenpeace International spokeswoman suggested. The environmental NGO currently uses digital agencies on a project basis. The campaign, expected to break at the end of this month, will deliver Greenpeace's plan for an "energy [r]evolu tion" through renewable energy and energy efficiency. Martin Lloyd, Greenpeace ...
26 Mar 2008
Greenpeace has appointed Kerb to create the digital assets for an online Save the Whales campaign
28 Nov 2008
| by Russell Davies, firstname.lastname@example.org
to me: when Greenpeace held a competition to name a whale and highlight the plight of these wonders...Greenpeace handled it well, rolled with the silliness and made the most
of the publicity, but it was an indication of something we're seeing a
lot of right now: the way the internet can mobilise the opinion of
thousands of people who care about something - but don't necessarily
care a lot. Those who would never write ...
01 Apr 2008
Greenpeace has chosen digital-engagement agency Kerb to create digital assets for its online Save
01 May 2008
't escaped, with Greenpeace mounting a campaign during April against
its use of palm oil, which encourages ...
highlights 159,000 results
with the tags 'Greenpeace' and 'Dove', with a lot of them being from
millions of pounds to
market its products, but an outfit such as Greenpeace, with a much
smaller budget ...
31 Jan 2008
| by Alex Donohue
of the international board of Greenpeace, has been made chief executive officer of Saatchi Saatchi S. He will report ...
12 Dec 2008
, Greenpeace, Knorr, Sainsbury's Finance, Jamie Oliver,
Codemasters and Signal, to the mix. Then there ...