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- Contiki is Going Carbon NeutralContiki has committed to being carbon neutral by January 1, 2022, this will include investing in carbon credits from offset provider South Pole. This means that all Contiki trips from 2022 will be carbon neutral trips. And travellers won’t need to reach into their own pockets to fund the carbon credits: the cost to offset every trip is being covered by Contiki. Contiki now have a five point Climate Action Plan to guide us, as part of our sustainability strategy, How We Tread Right. Our plan is
- 'Loovre' WaterAid Glastonbury 2019BRIEF Work for WaterAid for one of the first art gallery’s in a toilet cubicle, showcased at Glastonbury Festival 2019. To recreate an iconic painting highlighting the struggles of having no access to toilets and opening up the discussion of sanitation. OUTCOME The piece itself is a digitally made poster of Mona Lisa and sees her in an environment that many men, women and children suffer with- a lack of sanitary and hygienic toilets. With an uncomfortable look on her face and an open field of
- Across The TracksRadha Verma, determined to protect her daughter after she narrowly escapes a physical attack, builds one of the first toilets in Rakhi Mandi slum, home to 3,500 people in one of India’s largest cities – Kanpur. The film shows how Radha Verma has made this happen with the support of others in and around the community. We meet charismatic “super-gran” Kalavati and passionate community leader, Laddan. With support from WaterAid’s local partner, Shramik Bharti, they educate, inspire and motivate others to build their own low-cost toilets. With support from WaterAid’s local partner, Sharmik Bharti, and the HSBC Water Programme. To find out more about the project and sanitation in India explore our multimedia story: cleanindia.wateraid.org Award nominations Social Impact Media Awards – Impact Video Category – February 2016 TVE Global Sustainability Film Awards – WaterAid & HSBC NOW edit, Winner, Community Investment and Best overall film – London – November 2015 WeThePeoples Film Festival – Winner, Best Development Film – London – November 2015 BAFTA Qualifying Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2015 – York – November 2015 Open City Documentary Festival 2015 official selection – shortlisted for Best UK short award – June 2015 Rankin/Hunger TV and Docheads short film competition 2015 shortlist – February 2015 Screenings Sidcot Arts Centre – Bristol – January 2016 We The Peoples Film Festival screening and Q&A – November 2015 – London The Shit Show – New York – November 2015 Woodpecker Film Festival – Delhi – September 2015 Canary Wharf big summer screen – London – August 2015 Bristol big screen – Millennium Square – July 2015 Docheads screening – London – April 2015
- The North Face: Instagram launchesSHARE Creative were asked to launch Instagram accounts in the UK and Germany to deliver localised content for The North Face. The team delivered the overall strategy, including look & feel and tone of voice, as well as the launch campaign itself, for both markets. SHARE also worked with local community managers on day to day posting on the feeds as well as organising and directing shoots to create content.
- Jeep: Compass launchSHARE Creative were asked to devise and deliver a social campaign to launch the new Jeep Compass model. The end result was the ‘Set Your Own Course’ social campaign, which was built around three mini-documentaries telling the stories of three inspiring people who went against the grain to achieve success in their lives, with the aim of inspiring the audience to dare to do different too. Through Jeep UK social channels, as well as the three inspirational people's own channels, we drove fans to