Thank you to the creatives, actors, musicians, writers and commercial partners who have generously given their time to help create this campaign. We are grateful for their participation and activism in support of this ambitious climate action.
At Wunderman Thompson we exist to inspire growth for ambitious brands. Part creative agency, part consultancy and part technology company, our experts provide end-to-end capabilities at a global scale to deliver inspiration across the entire brand and customer experience.
Activista is a creative company based in Los Angeles committed to driving positive change. The company was founded by Paco Conde and Beto Fernandez in 2018 in partnership with Anomaly and The Stagwell Group.
Mindpool is a Copenhagen-based technology company rooted in research in collective intelligence. Mindpool is on a mission to enable the world’s transition to a collective intelligence mindset. Collective intelligence provides access to valuable insights empowering leaders to make better, faster and more proactive decisions. Mindpool is founded by Mik Thobo-Carlsen, Dr. Carina Antonia Hallin, and Bjarke Ingels.
Framestore is an Oscar and BAFTA-winning creative studio that uses innovative talent and technology to create high-end images for every platform. Framestore partners with clients ranging from Hollywood studios and broadcast partners through to advertisers, agencies, production companies and video game developers. Framestore has more recently made its name as an innovator in the digital space by focusing on the immersive engagement potential of interactive visual effects, creating award-winning experiences for IP owners and brands.
Framestore Pictures represents a curated roster of Directors who are supported by Framestore’s powerhouse of talent across design, creative technology, and visual effects. Established in 2014, our skilled team of Directors create live-action content across multiple platforms including traditional commercials, digital, branded content, VR and immersive entertainment. Framestore Pictures has offices in London, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles.
Through deep collaboration with our agency and production partners, Cut+Run's editors and producers welcome challenges that spark the imagination and are committed to pushing the envelope to produce emotional, thought provoking and category-defining work. With an emphasis on client service, Cut+Run operates under a borderless philosophy making its editors available worldwide on location and via its offices in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Austin. In addition to internationally known editorial talent, we offer premiere visual effects and finishing through our sister company Jogger. Our home is your home.
Freelance For is a freelance audiovisual production department based in Madrid which works alongside agencies throughout the entire production process.
Their proposal is based on offering all the values and skills that a good producer possesses, and putting them to the service of those agencies which give maximum importance to the quality of their productions.
They understand production as something that goes further than just budgets and timings. They fall in love with the scripts and struggle for the creativity with which the original idea was conceived to remain intact, with the fundamental aim of enhancing it through the production.
String and Tins are a multi-award winning, dedicated team of sound designers, composers, sound supervisors and mix engineers. Be it for advertising, film, branding, gaming and immersive content - they collaborate with the best sound editors, musicians, foley artists, editorial and theatrical facilities across the world. Their Central London studios offer a range of facilities, from cutting edge audio design and composition suites, through to their flagship Dolby Atmos theatre.
COOL Music represents some of the finest film, television and games composers worldwide with offices in London and Los Angeles.
BOTTLETOP is a luxury, sustainable accessories brand that began in 2002 through a collaboration with iconic British fashion house Mulberry, supporting artisans in Africa and local health education projects. With the bottletop atelier in Brazil and workshops in Nepal, the brand continues to provide skills and livelihoods for artisans in disadvantaged parts of the world. On Earth Day 2019, bottletop launched the #TOGETHERBAND campaign in partnership with the UN Foundation, using creativity and culture to raise public awareness for the SDGs and inspire action to achieve them. The campaign has created a global community of active citizens with a reach of 6.6 billion, connected through fashion, art, music and film. Ambassadors range from David Beckham and Naomi Campbell through to Ban Ki-moon, Dr. Sylvia Earle and Mary Robinson.
EarthX convenes the world's largest environmental expo, conference, film festival, and TV channel, and is a member of IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature. Founded in 2011 as Earth Day Dallas by environmentalist and businessman Trammell S. Crow, the Texas-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization promotes environmental awareness and impact through conscious business, nonpartisan collaboration and community-driven sustainable solutions. In 2019, the April event drew over 177,000 attendees, 2,000 environmental leaders, and 750+ exhibitors. In 2020, the April virtual event drew over 570,000 live-stream views and reached 171 countries. After an initial web-based launch in September 2020, EarthxTV is now available as an OTT platform on streaming TV services, mobile devices and tablets for balanced, inclusive environmental conversations, programs, emerging media & films. Visit www.EarthX.org or follow us @earthxorg on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
PVBLIC Foundation is an innovative non-profit organization that mobilizes media, data, and technology for sustainable development and social impact around the world. PVBLIC connects public, private, and non-profit sectors, plugging innovations into social agendas and helping governments, NGOs, and intergovernmental organizations amplify their impact through original programs, creative partnerships, and strategic donor funds. The foundation has managed programs and partnerships that have reached more than a billion people in 125 countries and inspired global action on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
It’s hard to make a difference on your own. It’s easy if we are many. This is why we have created the world’s largest climate review platform. Review any business or public figure and look up their rating using We Don’t Have Time.Give climate love reviews to award good actions. Suggest solutions with climate ideas. Urge bad practices to stop with climate warnings. Get the mobile app or visit wedonthavetime.org to get started!
The European Investment Bank (EIB) is the lending arm of the European Union. We are the biggest multilateral financial institution in the world and one of the largest providers of climate finance. Our operations deliver long-term support and contribute towards EU policy goals. The EIB works closely with other European and international institutions to foster European integration, promote the development of the EU and that of partner countries around the world.
The International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) is an award-winning independent think tank working to accelerate solutions for a stable climate, sustainable resource management, and fair economies. Our work inspires better decisions and sparks meaningful action to help people and the planet thrive. We shine a light on what can be achieved when governments, businesses, non-profits, and communities come together. IISD’s staff of more than 120 people, plus over 150 associates and consultants, come from across the globe and from many disciplines. With offices in Winnipeg, Geneva, Ottawa, and Toronto, our work affects lives in nearly 100 countries.
Set up in June 2010, the Friends of Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform (FFFSR) is an informal group of non-G20 countries aiming to build political consensus on the importance of fossil fuel subsidy reform. Current members of the Friends group are Costa Rica, Denmark, Ethiopia, Finland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and Uruguay.
Jack Black was born on August 28, 1969, in Santa Monica, California. His breakthrough role came in 2000's High Fidelity, and he starred opposite Gwyneth Paltrow in 2001's Shallow Hal, before headlining the widely praised School of Rock in 2003. Black's animated film project Kung Fu Panda scored big at the box office in 2008 — the same year the actor appeared in the comedy Tropic Thunder. More recently he appeared in R.L. Stine's Goosebumps (2015) and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017). Black also serves as one half of the Grammy-winning comedy rock duo Tenacious D.
Eiza González Reyna (born 30 January 1990) is a Mexican actress and singer. She gained popularity for her debut role as Lola Valente in the Mexican musical telenovela Lola, érase una vez (2007–2008) and later starred in the lead role of Clara Molina on the Nickelodeon teen drama Sueña conmigo (2010–2011).
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Danish pronunciation: [ˈne̝koˌlɑjˀ ˈkʰʌstɐ ˈvæltɑw]; born 27 July 1970) is a Danish actor and producer. He graduated from the Danish National School of Performing Arts in Copenhagen in 1993. He became widely known for his role as Jaime Lannister in the HBO fantasy drama series Game of Thrones, for which he received two Primetime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. His breakthrough role in Denmark was in the film Nightwatch (1994).
Aïssa Maïga is a Senegal-born French actress, director, writer, producer, and activist. Maïga has worked with major auteurs like Michael Haneke, Abderrahmane Sissako and Michel Gondry, and recently starred in Chiwetel Ejiofor’s directorial debut. Maïga is an advocate for inclusion and has been vocal about racial discrimination in the film industry throughout her career. Maïga was inspired to speak out and create the DiasporAct collective after realising she was often the sole performer of colour to receive top billing and awards season attention—despite the abundance of diverse talent around her.
David Litt entered the White House as a speechwriter in 2011, and left in 2016 as a senior presidential speechwriter and special assistant to the president. In addition to writing remarks for President Obama on a wide range of domestic policy issues, David served as the lead joke writer for several White House Correspondents’ Dinner monologues. Since leaving government, David's work has appeared in the New York Times, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and The Boston Globe, among others, and from 2016 to 2018 he was the head writer and producer for Funny Or Die D.C. He is currently a contributing writer for The Guardian and a fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice, and he has developed TV pilots for Comedy Central and ABC. David's New York Times bestselling memoir, Thanks, Obama: My Hopey Changey White House Years, was published in 2017. His second book, Democracy in One Book Or Less: How It Works, Why It Doesn’t, and Why Fixing It Is Easier Than You Think, was published in June 2020.
British composer Rachel Portman became the first female composer to win an Academy Award, which she received for the score of Emma.She was also the first female composer to win a Primetime Emmy Award, which she received for the film, Bessie. She has received two further Academy Nominations for The Cider House Rules and Chocolat, which also earned her a Golden Globe Nomination. Rachel was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 2010 and is an honorary fellow of Worcester College, Oxford. She has written stage and concert works, among them commissions from the BBC Proms and Houston Grand Opera.
Nick has 24 years industry experience leading some of the most creative companies in world, while alsoworking globally and locally on some of the most dynamic brands in the world – Airbnb, Apple, adidas, TheUnited Nations, Mars, Absolut Vodka, Heineken, BMW Mini, Levi’s and VW to name but a few. Over his career Nick has worked in the US, UK, New Zealand and Australia at agencies who operate at the business end of creativity. Nick is the only leader globally to have been the CEO across two agencies (Colenso BBDO & Clemenger BBDO) who between them have been named the world’s most creative agencyin the world three times. His passion for commercial creativity and his entrepreneurial mind have helped launch some of the mostinnovative and transformative work to come out of this market in the last two decades, which is why he wasnamed Australian Marketing Leader of the year in 2018. Nick left the agency world behind two years ago to set up his own consultancy before joining Deloitte Digital Creative as a partner in September 2021. He sits on numerous advisory boards, has launched several companies in the past two years and is currently the senior global strategy and creative consultant for the United Nations Development Programme.
Having worked all over the world with the likes of adidas, LEGO, Unilever and the United Nations, Helen believes in business as a force for effective social change. With a strong working knowledge of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, she dedicates her work to helping brands find their Purpose, and turning that Purpose into Actions that have genuine (real-life!) cultural & commercial value. Blending a background in strategic brand building and business growth, Helen has historically been called upon for “special projects” within organisations, combining her relentless energy with a creative approach to brand and business development, client management, influence and partnerships, operations and production. Helen is Managing Partner and Chief Impact Officer at Conspiracy of Love https://www.conspiracyoflove.co/
Paul Cezar Silva, also known as Speto, is considered one of Brazil's leading street art pioneers. Known for his signature detail in eyes, he takes inspiration from free spirited folk art and his bold murals are much loved for their simplicity and playfulness, often addressing pressing social and environmental issues in subtle, thought provoking ways. Speto has designed Frankie the Utahraptor dinosaur, reimagined, in support of the Don't Choose Extinction campaign. ‘Climate Action is urgent. The type of energy we consume is so important for the future of the whole world. It’s something serious that we have to change as fast as we can. We have to build a better world. http://www.speto.com.br/