Environmental
Justice Projects

Amplifying BIPOC perspectives

Nowadays, many politicians, media outlets, and brands are talking about the importance of climate change action.

 

But there are voices missing from this conversation: those of Indigenous people, frontline community members, and people from the Global South, who are often hit hardest by the effects of global warming.

Block by Block Creative’s visual storytelling services have been used by a number of conservation and environmental justice organizations to signal-boost historically excluded voices. Past and current clients include Land Needs Guardians, the International Boreal Conservation Campaign, and Conservation Northwest.

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Mapmaker and climate justice spokesperson Cody Anderson of the Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation.

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“A rare combination: BxB excels at strategy and creative production. They’re also collaborative, reliable and thrive in settings from subarctic bush camps to federal ministers’ offices.”

— Emily Cousins, Strategic Communications Director, International Boreal Conservation Campaign

Services

the Stories Behind the Stories

Some of Block by Block Creative’s past climate justice projects

A look behind the scenes at how Block by Block works with clients to build environmental justice stories, from the initial brainstorm until the day we share them with the world.

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