Greenpeace International advertising, marketing campaigns and videos

A collection of the best Greenpeace International creative work, such as advertising, marketing campaigns and videos.

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Greenpeace "Turtle journey" (in-house)

Greenpeace "Turtle journey" (in-house)

Greenpeace has teamed up with Academy Award-winning actresses Olivia Colman and Dame Helen Mirren for an animated campaign highlighting the

Greenpeace "iAmsterdam becomes iAmazonia" by Duval Guillaume

Greenpeace "iAmsterdam becomes iAmazonia" by Duval Guillaume

Greenpeace brings back the "iAmsterdam" sign (sort of) in an eco-friendly campaign.

Greenpeace UK "Ocean of the future" by Ogilvy UK

Greenpeace UK "Ocean of the future" by Ogilvy UK

Ogilvy & Mather for Greenpeace International

A group of schoolchildren excitedly queue for an aquarium to see an "Ocean of the future" exhibition, but no colourful

Greenpeace "the little explorer" by Don't Panic

Greenpeace "the little explorer" by Don't Panic

Greenpeace has followed up last year's Lego-themed "everything's not awesome" video with a film about stopping destructive fishing in the

Greenpeace "cats save tigers" by Mr President
Greenpeace "everything is not awesome" by Don't Panic
Greenpeace "save Santa's home" by unnamed agency
Greenpeace 'deep sea oil painting' by Publicis Mojo Auckland

Greenpeace 'deep sea oil painting' by Publicis Mojo Auckland

Publicis Mojo for Greenpeace International

Greenpeace has created a deep sea oil painting to highlight the amount of birds killed in an oil spill.

Greenpeace International 'Rainbow Warrior' by DDB Paris

Greenpeace International 'Rainbow Warrior' by DDB Paris

DDB Paris for Greenpeace International

Greenpeace International launched a website created by DDB Paris, where supporters of the charity can purchase a piece of the

Greenpeace 'Give the Orang-utan a Break'

Greenpeace 'Give the Orang-utan a Break'

In-House Greenpeace International for Greenpeace International

Greenpeace has launched a shocking viral as part of a campaign against Nestlé to highlight the company's use of palm