Environment: WWF – It’s a beautiful day

A new clip for the WWF to raise awareness about Global Warming. We are shown – with black humor – how people have adapted to the changes in weather patterns and natural disasters.

A couple taking a stroll with their baby during a Hurricane, campers out in the “wilderness” that has become a burning forest and the “good people” still washing their cars on the weekend even while they’re drowning in the flood.


Click on the image below for the link (multimedia – quicktime)

link to Untitled Films video























Agency: FCB, Production Company: UNTITLED, Director: Chris Sargent

Note: There are also Flash versions of this clip available here and here

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