Tue, 09 Mar 2021 10:00:10 GMT
Tribal Worldwide Singapore’s latest integrated campaign for PUB turns the spotlight on Singapore’s water sustainability to interrupt the projected impact of climate change. Titled ‘The climate is changing’, the initiative identifies four key areas for pre-emptive measures, including bolstering our flood resilience, building coastal protection, enhancing our water security, and reducing carbon footprint, and showcases PUB’s efforts to mitigate climate change.
Launched on 8 March, the campaign kicks off with a rousing film featuring alarming, near apocalyptic footages of global devastation to assert climate change as an imminent threat. The film outlines PUB’s long-term strategy to safeguard Singapore from flooding, rising sea levels and water shortages and appeals to the public to consider how their individual actions can make a difference in the fight against climate change.
Also featured are the ground-up initiatives from a wide spectrum of community and corporate partners that are committed to the long-running #GoBlue4SG movement. A ‘heatmap’ in the shape of Singapore lights up in blue to indicate partner initiatives and events on the ground in each district.
“Given the seriousness of the subject, we hope that showing sobering future scenarios as a consequence of our current ways will move individuals to act,” said Benson Toh, executive creative director at Tribal Worldwide Singapore.
“By conveying the effects of climate change on Singapore in a compelling manner, PUB aims to jolt audiences into thinking what the future might hold if we don’t start preparing now.PUB has been unceasing in our efforts to fight climate change – from flood protection and coastal defence to enhancing our water security and utilising clean energy – and through this campaign, we hope that the public can join us by doing their part to use water wisely,” said Cindy Keng, director, 3P Network Department, PUB.view more - The Sustainability Channel
Genres: Visual VFX
Categories: Utilities, Water boardsDDB Asia, Tue, 09 Mar 2021 10:00:10 GMT