Can humour help the climate crisis?

The world is waking up to the climate crisis. Children are protesting and Extinction Rebellion has gone global. But many people are still unaware of the carbon emissions associated with everyday activities. That’s why we have teamed up with innovative multi-media theatre company Forkbeard Fantasy to see if humour could help.

Read More

The LPG advantage

How do you show the carbon saving from running vehicles on liquid petroleum gas (LPG)?  A US company that converts taxi and bus fleets to run on propane / LPG needed help to show potential clients the carbon saving compared to petrol or diesel.

Read More

Visualising waste worth £3 million

West Sussex County Council wanted to draw attention to the recycling that residents don't do, but could.   We created an animation for a public engagement campaign using social media, and a range of still and print materials for bill-boards and local news advertising.

Read More

Exploring Ireland’s energy future

Ireland has agreed to cut carbon emissions by at least 80% by 2050, compared to 1990 levels. We provided the visual interface for a web-tool that allows anyone to access and explore different future electricity and energy supply and demand options for the country.

Read More

University campus emissions brought to life

How do you raise help students and staff better understand the carbon emissions associated with all the different buildings at their university?  This prototype carbon and energy visualiser shows the real-time, monthly and annual carbon emissions associated with every building on the different campuses of the University of the West of England (UWE).

Read More

Invisible payments made real

An unusual request from a successful USA start-up - could we find a simple way to show investors the exponential growth of their mobile phone money transactions in Mexico?  Using dates and geo-location data for all transactions we created this simple short video.

Read More