Saturday, October 02, 2010

10:10 "No Pressure"

This is a pretty edgy public service video for the 10:10 campaign in Britain and about 40 other countries.  10:10 seeks to have ordinary members of the public commit to reducing their carbon emissions by 10% during 2010 but, there's no pressure.  Huh?


Paul Morrison said...

Pretty weird! See

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Mr. P said...

There's much more here: (content warning fake gore and some realistic violence)


10:10 spoofs,

classic green extremist video shorts

Pachauri saying he wants to use children to shame adults into taking climate action

Note: interview of Richard Curtis includes realistic violence