Advocacy advertising is the most efficient way to bring awareness and urgency to a cause and increase its exposure. The multiple social media channels burgeoning in the last decade allow organizations to reach almost anybody everywhere. Concerned about a specific problem and eager to find like-minded people and motivate them to action to fundraise for a cause?
We can help. Our company focuses on advocacy advertising in the realms of climate crisis, conservancy, and peace issues. We produce works that are social media ready in various short video formats (typically 10, 30, 60 secs, and 3 minutes).
Agoras Media team has worked for prestigious clients including but not limited to the United Nations, SFCG, Columbia University, Municipal Art Society, Novartis, Revolve Magazine, and Nature Journal.
Save the Wolves
In Europe, wolves are making a comeback, even in populated areas. Grey wolf, for instance, numbers have increased by 1,800% since a low in the 1960s. In the U.S, wolf ecosystems are now more threatened than ever. Grey wolves have suffered since they were stripped of Endangered Species Act protections by the Trump administration. When new wolves were introduced into Yellowstone National Park in 1995, it boosted the restoration of ecosystems that had been degraded in their absence. Sadly, their comeback triggered passionate reactions from anti-wolf legislators. Wolfes leaving protected areas have been hunted down systematically. Check our series soon. Support the Defenders of Wildlife.
100% of baby sea turtles caught have been found with plastic debris in their stomachs. Most other marine species ingest or are entangled by plastic litter, which causes severe injuries and death to ecosystems globally. There are now 6 trillion pieces of plastic (macro and micro) in our oceans. About 14 million tons of plastic waste end up in the ocean yearly, making up about 80% of all debris from surface waters to deep-sea sediments.
So how can we stop producing plastic and/or make recycled-only plastic and ensure it doesn't end up in our waterways and ocean?
Check our series soon. Help fight against plastic in our oceans and support Ocean Conservancy.
The End of Trees
Deforestation has dramatically altered landscapes around the world. For example, about 2,000 years ago, 80% of Western Europe was forested. Today it's 35%. In North America, half of the forests in the eastern part of the continent have disappeared. The large-scale destruction of native forests affects our ecosystems and our climate. As our government attempt to slow the pace of global warming and find scalable alternative energy solutions to slow down/reverse global warming, preserving (and replanting trees) can play a significant part in the answer.
Check soon for our series and see how you can support our forests now.