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Episode #5: Youth Climate Demonstrations
On 20th September 2019, young people took to the streets all around the world to demonstrate against climate change. We went to the demonstrations here in London to speak with the young demonstrators and share their messages.
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Episode #4: Should the advertising industry take a stand on climate crisis?
In this episode we examine the advertising industry’s current and future role in the climate emergency and ask if they have a moral responsibility to take action.
We interview William Skeaping, XR member and co-editor of ‘This is Not a Drill, an Extinction Rebellion Handbook’, Iain Tait, Creative Executive Director of Wieden and Kennedy London, and the author and SDG Cannes Lions Jury Member, Thomas Kolster.
Episode #3: Shop your way to a better planet
In this episode of Telltale Stories, we attend Pebble Fest, the festival for sustainable brands and their conscious consumers, and interview, among other; #Lush, #Innocent, #Akala and #RudeHealth.
For a further analysis on what #purpose beyond profit looks like for leading brands and some insights into who #conscious consumers are, please follow the link to our Medium page
Episode #2: Whose responsibility is it to reduce plastic?
In this episode we interview Andrew Thornton, the owner of a Budgen’s Supermarket, and Henry Allen from A Plastic Planet, about their mission to reduce plastic packaging in the supermarket.
For a further analysis on the tensions and opportunities that exist between consumers, brands and supermarkets, follow the link to our Medium article.
Episode #1: Let’s talk about climate breakdown
In late 2018, we decided that climate change was the most pressing topic to discuss for our series and wanted to get to grips with the key facts. Here is our interview with Sustainability Facilitator, Susannah Raffe.
For further information about climate change, please follow the link to our Medium article.