Global warming, climate change, wild life protection, deforestation, and animal rights are some of the global issues that press for creative advertising. In the recent years, we have seen various nonprofits and others generating impressive ads and touching promos to awaken those who do not have time or hardly care for these vital concerns. After scrolling through this list of some most interesting and stirring green ads, we bet you’ll feel like doing anything possible for their (ours as well) cause:
• WWF Lungs ad:
WWF France presents a visual reminder of the importance of trees to the atmosphere in “Lungs”, a print advertisement developed by TBWAParis. The tag line: “Before it’s too late”.
• Adidas green shoe ad:
Spotted by Vikesh Bhatt, the green-clad shoe installed under a bridge by Kingsland Road in London frauds Adidas’s claims of green-ness.
• Falling Polar Bears (Video):
Censuring aviation as the fastest growing cause of climate change, the falling polar bears ad shows world governments’ inaction.
• Diesel Global Warming Ready:
Global Warming Ready campaign is the Diesel’s eco-sensitive way of generating attention and provoking discussion on climate change in a tongue-in-cheek ironic voice.
• Pee in the shower:
The Brazilian Save Water environmental campaign urges people to pee while taking a shower.
• Planet Green TV Commercial:
While asking people to get exposed to a whole new green, the first all green TV Network, the green commercial welcomes its viewers.
• Denver Water Ad:
This outdoor advertising campaign was carried out for Denver Water, which seems to promoting water conservation as it appeals ‘use only what you need’.
• Greenfamily poop billboard:
The Greenfamily Youth Association of Environment Protection came up with this board on a drainage hole, meaning dirty water is like egesta.
• Tsunami versus 9/11:
Created by WWF, the picture, which shows many planes about to strike the heart of Manhattan, carries the tagline: “The tsunami killed 100 times more people than 9/11. The planet is brutally powerful. Respect it. Preserve it.”
• Polythene kills:
The ad makers - UMS from Muscat – ask you to see (and observe) how plastic is suffocating our planet.