Imported Fracked Gas
The ideas for this campaign came from collaborative conversations with activists.
Big Tobacco vs Big Plastic
This was created in collaboration with activist lawyers.
Over-packaging is something the consumer rarely gets a choice on.
Marine Litter Problem
This project exposed some of the industry narratives around plastic pollution in our oceans.
This thinkery came from working with EU lobbyists on how incineration of plastic can be counted as carbon-neutral.
When creating something we want others to quickly engage in, humour disarms like no other.
Ineos Dragon Ships
Fracked in the States, cracked in the EU. You can remix what it says on the boat using the Remixer Machine.
Greetings from the Future
EEB sent a postcard to EU ministers reminding them of the need to make products energy efficient and repairable.
Open Degree Programme
The path of greatest interest (as opposed to the path of least resistance).
Collaborative magic with BreakFreeFromPlastic.
Disposable Plastic Gloves
Plastic gloves make you feel safer, but don’t necessarily protect you from pandemics. This thinkery was created in English and Spanish.
Rethink Plastic Infographics
Created collaboratively with ALT for the AmplifyFE Community of Practice project.
Blaming the Consumer
As it turns out, it’s been a successful strategy for a number of different industries, so no surprise at the Plastic Industry using the same tactics with regards to Single Use Plastic.
This thinkery was created as part of a project with BreakFreeFromPlastic.
This project involved a number of aligned organisations coming together to encourage use of reusable masks.
We all want the time machine, right?
Same Shit, Different Label
Sometimes, someone in a creative conversation says an off-the-cuff comment that makes others giggle. These are usually worth visualising.