The global branding agency Interbrand has released its annual ranking of the most environmentally-friendly brands in 2013.
Saatchi & Saatchi Shanghai in collaboration with Procter&Gamble's soap brand Safeguard has launched an educational, health-focused project in China, aimed to decrease the number of children infected with hand-foot-mouth disease.
Coca-Cola Canada has released a new video, “The Calorie Dictionary,” to show consumers how they can burn calories through fun and simple extra movements.
Google is spreading the word about its Global Impact Challenge in the UK with the launch of a new campaign by adam&eve DDB, which shows that a simple click can make a difference.
The multi-media educational initiative comes as a collaboration between WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme) and a team of packaging, food and retail partners, including Marks&Spencer.
truth, the anti-smoking organization in the US, has launched a campaign, ugly truth, encouraging people to come and vote for the most disgusting fact about smoking.
Nike is launching a new campaign in England, encouraging the soccer fans to prioritize country before football clubs. The effort dubbed “Country First Club Second” is set to be rolling out across social-media platforms, coinciding with the launch of the new Nike England kit, which was unveiled earlier this week.
The giant piece comes as a combination of scientific infographics, numbers and famous works by legendary artists such as Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Doré, Böcklin and more to illustrate the darker side of being a smoker.