What the world needs to sustain our lifestyle

  If everyone lives like an average American, we will need 5 earths to sustain our lifestyle. A spinning-out-of-control ecological footprint, increasing sprawl, expanding reliance on cars, building inefficiencies, destruction of wetlands, wildlife… Continue reading

Freshwater video won’t leave you feeling empty

Video focuses on fact that 70% of the earth is covered with water, and only 2% of earth’s water is fresh water, and 1% of that fresh water is accessible, and half of… Continue reading

Energy Drink

Fact: A laptop computer can be powered for 5 hours from the energy saved by recycling just one aluminum can. A TV can be powered for 3 hours. 100,000 aluminum cans are recycled… Continue reading

Hungry For More

There are 17,000 public libraries in America.  There are 14,000 McDonald’s.  Public libraries outnumber Starbuck’s, too.  Serving 96.4% of the U.S. population, libraries have a share of mind fast food chains drool over. … Continue reading

Bagging 1 Million Marine Animals Annually

This message addresses the fact that plastic bags are responsible for the death of over 1 million marine animals every year.  The data comes form research by the Algalita Research Foundation, Ocean Conservancy,… Continue reading

Birth of a Nation

Message is driven by data and research by the Brookings Institution addressing the fact the United States leads the industrialized world in unplanned pregnancies.

Addressing Homelessness

This message is part of a multi-media campaign created to address the myths associated with homelessness.

Altitude Sickness

Mountaintop removal mining impacts not only the health of the environment but the people living in the environment.   Cancer rates are two times higher in areas of mountaintop removal mining and babies born… Continue reading

Food for Thought and Action

Our research tells us that over 18,000 children die every day from hunger.  That’s a fact that needs to be known by all.  That’s why we created this message addressing that fact.  We… Continue reading

Why Knot?

The number of American’s 18-34 years of age who support same sex marriage is up to 70%. That number proposes that in the future, the U.S. will likely engage in a realistic understanding… Continue reading