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If you’re reading this, then we are kindred spirits, united in the belief that our world is in need of transformation. As dreamers and optimists, we recognize the power of possibility, and the potential for change that lies within the collective imagination.

This proposal is a living, evolving entity, seeking the contributions of those who dare to dream. It may hold the key to the change we seek, or perhaps it harbors a hidden gem that will illuminate the path to a brighter future.

I invite you, fellow dreamer and optimist, to join me in this journey of discovery. Share your wisdom, your creativity, and your passion. Together, let us uncover the solutions that will shape a more compassionate, sustainable, and vibrant world.

In the spirit of collaboration and hope,

Joseph Campo

Earth United

Executive Summary

Earth United is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating a global public awareness movement to fight climate change. Our mission is to develop a climate communication initiative that harnesses the power of storytelling, digital media, and emotionally motivating content to engage the public, inspire action, and ultimately influence lawmakers and governments worldwide to adopt effective policies and invest in the technologies essential for combating climate change.

The initial pilot phase of the project will require a budget of $200,000 to set up the team, conduct research, and develop a strategic plan. Following the success of the pilot phase, we will request additional funding in subsequent rounds to create, distribute, and promote the content, as well as monitor and evaluate the campaign's effectiveness.

Our primary objective is to achieve a tipping point where public pressure compels lawmakers to implement effective policies addressing climate change, fostering global support for climate action and inspiring transformative changes in behaviors, policies, and systems. The success of the Earth United campaign will not only benefit the environment but also create financial returns for the zero-carbon industries that will benefit from subsidies, legislative measures, and public adoption of green technologies.

The following proposal outlines our clear objectives, target audience, evidence-based approach, engaging messaging, multi-channel outreach strategies, partnerships and collaborations, monitoring and evaluation plan, and detailed budget breakdown. By implementing this comprehensive strategy, Earth United will galvanize worldwide support and drive meaningful change in the fight against climate change.

Introduction and Background

Climate change presents an urgent and complex global challenge, demanding immediate and comprehensive action across nations, sectors, and communities. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report underscores the necessity for swift action, as the Earth is likely to cross a crucial threshold for global warming within the next decade. This requires a radical shift away from fossil fuels to prevent the planet from dangerously overheating. Global average temperatures are projected to rise by 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit) above preindustrial levels around "the first half of the 2030s" as humans continue to burn coal, oil, and natural gas.

Our non-profit organization, Earth United, aims to tackle this urgent issue by launching a climate communication initiative that harnesses the power of storytelling, digital media, and emotionally motivating content to drive public awareness and inspire action. The objective of this initiative is to achieve a tipping point where public pressure compels lawmakers to implement effective policies addressing climate change, fostering global support for climate action and inspiring transformative changes in behaviors, policies, and systems.

By leveraging the power of multimedia, social media, and partnerships with influential organizations, Earth United will work tirelessly to shift the global discourse on climate change, empowering individuals to take action and governments to enact ambitious climate policies. Our evidence-based approach, informed by the latest scientific research, will guide our initiative's strategies and methods, ensuring that we address the most pressing aspects of the climate crisis.

Through the development and distribution of emotionally powerful content, Earth United will engage diverse audiences worldwide, creating a profound understanding of the urgency for immediate action and outlining steps that individuals, communities, and governments can take to combat climate change.

To maximize our initiative's impact, Earth United will establish strategic partnerships with schools, universities, NGOs, and other influential organizations to disseminate our materials and advocate for sustainable policies. These partnerships will amplify our message and increase public engagement with the campaign.

Moreover, Earth United will actively engage with social media platforms to expand our reach, spark discussions, and inspire collective action. By targeting specific demographics and harnessing the power of influencers and thought leaders, we will drive a global movement that fosters a profound understanding of climate change and the necessary steps to address it.

Grounded in the insights from the IPCC report and inspired by innovative climate communication strategies, Earth United's initiative will be a powerful force for change, catalyzing the global transition to a sustainable future. By raising public awareness, fostering international collaboration, and advocating for bold, science-based policies, we have the potential to avert the worst consequences of climate change and secure a healthier, safer world for generations to come.

Mission Statement and Objectives

Mission Statement: Earth United's mission is to create a global public awareness movement that inspires and empowers individuals and communities to demand bold climate action from their governments. By producing emotionally powerful content using storytelling and digital media, Earth United seeks to create an emotional response that convinces individuals the cause is worth fighting for and compels lawmakers to invest in green technologies and adopt legislation that will effectively combat the climate crisis.


  1. Raise global awareness about the severity and urgency of climate change and its impacts on the environment, economies, and societies, emphasizing the need for emotionally motivating content to drive public awareness and inspire action.
  2. Develop a climate communication initiative that leverages storytelling, digital media, and significant resources, including artificial intelligence, to create and distribute engaging content.
  3. Empower individuals to produce their own content in support of the initiative, amplifying the voice of Earth United and creating a groundswell of public support that demands action from lawmakers.
  4. Achieve a tipping point where public pressure compels lawmakers to implement effective policies addressing climate change, fostering global support for climate action and inspiring transformative changes in behaviors, policies, and systems.
  5. Establish strategic partnerships with relevant organizations, influencers, and experts to amplify Earth United's message and reach a broader audience.
  6. Continuously monitor and evaluate the campaign's progress, adapting strategies and messaging as needed to maintain relevance and maximize impact, taking into account the evolving scientific understanding of climate change.

Target Audience Analysis and Segmentation

For the Earth United campaign to be successful, it is essential to identify and segment the target audience. This will help in tailoring emotionally compelling messaging and outreach strategies to resonate with different groups. Here are some key audience segments for the Earth United campaign:

Climate Activists and Environmental Organizations: These groups are natural allies in the fight against climate change. Collaborating with them can help amplify the Earth United campaign's message and extend its reach. Messaging for this audience should highlight common goals, create an emotional connection, and showcase opportunities for partnership and collaboration.

Business Leaders and Investors: Engaging with business leaders and investors is crucial, as they have the resources and influence to drive change in the market and support the development of green technologies. Messaging for this audience should focus on the long-term economic benefits of investing in sustainable solutions, the risks of inaction, the potential emotional rewards of contributing to a sustainable future, and the financial returns they could gain as a result of the campaign's success. By emphasizing the profitable aspects of transitioning to a greener economy, Earth United can attract the interest and support of these influential stakeholders to advance climate action.

Media and Influencers: Partnering with media outlets and influencers can help increase the visibility of the Earth United campaign and reach new audiences. Messaging for this audience should be emotionally powerful, newsworthy, shareable, and aligned with their interests and values.

Educators and Students: The campaign should target educators and students to foster a generation of informed, engaged, and active global citizens. Messaging for this audience should be informative, inspiring, and tailored to different age groups and educational settings, incorporating storytelling techniques to create an emotional connection with climate issues.

General Public: The campaign aims to reach a global audience, raising awareness about climate change and its impacts, and inspiring individuals to take action. This broad category includes people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. Messaging and content for this group should be accessible, engaging, and easy to understand, utilizing storytelling and emotional appeal to foster a sense of urgency and personal responsibility.

Policymakers: The campaign targets local, regional, national, and international policymakers to promote the adoption of effective climate legislation and investment in green technologies. Messaging for this audience should be evidence-based, focused on the benefits of proposed solutions, and emphasize the urgency of climate action while evoking an emotional response to encourage decisive action.

To ensure the campaign's message resonates with diverse groups, a pilot phase will be conducted to gather insights on specific demographic segments within each target audience group, such as age ranges, geographic locations, and other relevant factors. These insights will help refine communication strategies and content creation to better engage and influence the intended audience using emotional resonance and storytelling techniques.

Evidence-based Approach and Analytics

The Earth United campaign will be grounded in research, data analysis, and analytics to ensure its messaging is both relevant and impactful, with a strong emphasis on the critical findings from the 2023 IPCC report and the insights gained from our recently published article on the role of artificial intelligence in climate change mitigation. This section outlines the evidence-based approach that will be employed to create a solid foundation for the campaign and adapt to trends in PR and audience preferences.

Initial research phase: The initial research phase will lay the groundwork for the Earth United campaign. This phase will involve a thorough review of existing climate change research and initiatives by organizations such as IPCC, UNFCCC, NASA, and WMO, as well as exploring the potential of AI and other innovative technologies in addressing climate change. We will also conduct extensive PR trend analyses, data analysis, and analytics assessments to better understand the success factors of climate change content. Additionally, we will allocate a budget of $200,000 for the pilot phase to test and refine our messaging, strategies, and outreach tactics.

Climate Change Solutions: The campaign will focus on promoting solutions to climate change, with an emphasis on the most effective strategies based on research and expert consensus. Sources such as Bill Gates' "How to Avoid a Climate Disaster," Project Drawdown, and the potential of AI-driven solutions will inform the campaign's priorities and messaging. By partnering with organizations such as the UNFCCC and WMO, the campaign can tap into their expertise and global networks to promote the most promising solutions to climate change.

Public Opinion and Attitudes: The campaign will utilize research on public opinion and attitudes toward climate change to tailor its messaging and approach. By understanding the barriers and motivators for different audience segments, the campaign can create targeted content that resonates with its intended audience.

Behavioral Change: Research on effective methods for promoting behavioral change will be an essential aspect of the campaign's strategy. By understanding the psychological factors that drive decision-making and behavior, the campaign can create content that inspires action and fosters long-lasting change.

PR Trends, Data Analysis, and Analytics: To maximize the impact of the Earth United campaign, it is crucial to monitor and analyze the success of climate change content and messaging. By staying informed about current PR trends and employing data analysis and analytics tools, the campaign will be better equipped to create content that resonates with the target audience and drives action. This approach will also allow the campaign to adapt its messaging and strategy as needed based on the performance of the content, ensuring a dynamic and responsive campaign that remains relevant and impactful.

By incorporating an evidence-based approach and leveraging data analysis and analytics, as well as collaborating with leading climate change organizations, the Earth United campaign will be well-positioned to create powerful content that drives meaningful change in the global response to climate change.

Engaging Messaging Examples

To ensure that the Earth United campaign connects with its target audience and inspires action, the messaging must be clear, concise, and compelling. The following are examples of engaging messaging that can be employed by the campaign to create an emotional response and drive change.

Humanizing Climate Change: Using personal stories and real-life examples, the campaign can humanize the impacts of climate change and make the issue relatable to the audience. For example, featuring a farmer whose livelihood is threatened by droughts or a family displaced by rising sea levels can create an emotional connection and illustrate the urgent need for action.

Climate Solutions in Action: By showcasing successful climate change mitigation projects and innovative technologies, the campaign can inspire hope and demonstrate that positive change is possible. For instance, highlighting a community that has transitioned to renewable energy sources, a business that has implemented circular economy principles, or a city utilizing AI for better climate adaptation planning can serve as powerful examples of what can be achieved.

The Economic Case for Climate Action: Emphasizing the economic benefits of climate action, such as job creation, cost savings, and increased competitiveness, can help to counter arguments that climate solutions are too expensive or disruptive. For example, showcasing a region where investment in clean energy has led to significant job growth and economic development can illustrate the potential benefits of embracing climate solutions.

The Health Benefits of Climate Action: Illustrating the health benefits of climate action, such as improved air quality, reduced illness, and increased well-being, can help to create a compelling argument for change. For instance, sharing data on the reduction of respiratory illnesses in an area that has implemented strong air quality regulations can demonstrate the direct benefits of climate action.

Calls to Action: Messaging should include clear and actionable steps that the audience can take to support climate change solutions, whether it's making lifestyle changes, supporting specific policies, or engaging in civic action. By providing the audience with a tangible way to contribute, the campaign can foster a sense of empowerment and collective responsibility.

By employing engaging messaging that resonates with the target audience, the Earth United campaign can effectively communicate the urgency of climate change, the potential benefits of taking action, and the steps individuals and organizations can take to make a difference.

Multi-Channel Outreach Strategies

To reach the target audience effectively, the Earth United campaign will employ a variety of communication channels and platform-specific tactics, incorporating AI to quickly iterate content and adapt messaging to audience preferences. This multi-channel approach will maximize reach and engagement, ensuring that the campaign's message is disseminated as widely as possible.

Social Media: Leveraging popular social media platforms like TikTok, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn can help to connect with different demographic groups and foster online conversations around the campaign's goals. Platform-specific tactics may include:

  • Creating shareable content such as infographics, videos, and articles that communicate key messages and inspire action, using AI to optimize content for each platform quickly.
  • Developing hashtag campaigns to encourage user-generated content and foster a sense of community.
  • Collaborating with influencers and content creators to amplify the campaign's reach and credibility.

Online Video Platforms: Utilizing video platforms like YouTube and Vimeo to share engaging content, such as documentaries, interviews, and animated explainer videos, can help to convey complex concepts in an accessible and captivating manner. AI can be employed to analyze audience engagement and refine content for optimal impact.

Podcasts: Producing a podcast series or partnering with existing podcasts can provide an opportunity to explore climate change topics in depth and engage with audiences on a more personal level. AI tools can be used to analyze listener feedback and iterate on podcast content for improved engagement.

Educational Outreach: Partnering with schools, universities, and educational organizations can help to integrate climate change topics into curricula and raise awareness among younger generations. This may include creating educational resources, delivering guest lectures, and supporting student-led initiatives, using AI to tailor content to different educational settings.

Traditional Media: Utilizing print, radio, and television outlets to share campaign messages, stories, and expert opinions can help to reach a broad audience. By developing press releases, opinion pieces, and engaging in interviews, the campaign can increase its visibility and credibility in the public eye. AI can assist in identifying trending topics and crafting compelling content for various media channels.

Community Events and Workshops: Hosting local events, workshops, and webinars can help to build connections with community members and provide opportunities for education, discussion, and collaboration. These events can also serve as a platform for showcasing local success stories and fostering a sense of collective responsibility. AI can be employed to analyze event feedback and optimize future events for greater impact.

By employing a multi-channel outreach strategy that leverages both traditional and digital media, prioritizing social media, online video platforms, podcasts, and educational outreach, and utilizing AI to quickly iterate and optimize content, the Earth United campaign can effectively engage its target audience and inspire action on a global scale.

Partnerships and Collaborations

To amplify the Earth United campaign's impact and reach, forming partnerships with relevant organizations, influencers, and experts is essential. Collaborations will enable the campaign to access resources, networks, and expertise that can further its goals and expand its audience.

Climate Change Organizations: Collaborating with leading climate change organizations, such as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and World Meteorological Organization (WMO), can provide access to valuable research, data, and insights that inform the campaign's messaging and activities. These partnerships can also help to bolster the campaign's credibility and authority on climate change issues.

Environmental NGOs: Partnering with environmental NGOs, such as Greenpeace, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Sierra Club, and Conservation International, can provide opportunities for joint campaigns, events, and content sharing. Collaborating with NGOs that have established networks and expertise in environmental advocacy can help the Earth United campaign to expand its reach and impact.

Influencers and Content Creators: Engaging with influencers and content creators with an interest in environmental issues can help to amplify the campaign's message and reach new audiences. Influencers can share campaign content, participate in events, and create their own content that supports the campaign's goals.

Educational Institutions and Museums: Forming partnerships with educational institutions and museums, such as universities, schools, and renowned museums worldwide, will help disseminate our message more effectively. Leveraging Makematic's existing relationships with these institutions will further enhance our reach and credibility, ensuring that our campaign resonates with a broader audience.

Private Sector: Collaborating with businesses and industries that are committed to addressing climate change can provide financial support, resources, and expertise. These partnerships can also help to showcase innovative solutions and best practices, inspiring other businesses to follow suit.

AI and Technology Companies: Partnering with AI and technology companies can provide access to cutting-edge tools and resources that can enhance the campaign's content creation, analysis, and outreach capabilities. By harnessing the power of AI and other advanced technologies, the campaign can become more adaptive and responsive to trends and audience preferences.

Media Outlets: Partnering with media outlets, such as newspapers, magazines, radio stations, and television networks, can help to secure coverage for the campaign's activities and messaging. Media partnerships can also provide opportunities for interviews, opinion pieces, and content sharing, further amplifying the campaign's reach and visibility.

By forging partnerships and collaborations with a diverse range of organizations, influencers, and experts, the Earth United campaign can effectively amplify its message, expand its audience, and drive meaningful action on climate change.

Monitoring and Evaluation Plan

To ensure the campaign's success, continuous monitoring and evaluation of performance are critical. Earth United will use advanced data analytics tools, including AI-powered analytics, to track and analyze the campaign's KPIs across different channels. The budget for monitoring and evaluation activities will be integrated into the overall budget breakdown, ensuring that adequate resources are allocated for this crucial aspect of the campaign.

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

The following KPIs will be used to assess the campaign's progress and effectiveness. During the pilot phase, specific quantitative targets or benchmarks will be established for each KPI to effectively measure progress and identify areas that need improvement:

  1. Audience Reach: The total number of people exposed to the campaign's messaging across all communication channels.
  2. Engagement Metrics: The level of interaction with the campaign's content, including likes, shares, comments, and video views on social media platforms.
  3. Website Traffic: The number of unique visitors, page views, and session durations on the campaign's website.
  4. Media Coverage: The number and quality of media mentions, interviews, and articles featuring the campaign.
  5. Partnership Development: The number of partnerships and collaborations established with relevant organizations, influencers, and experts.
  6. Policy Changes: The number of legislative actions, policies, or regulations influenced by the campaign's advocacy efforts.
  7. Content Production: The volume and quality of content created and distributed in support of the campaign's objectives.

Data Collection Methods

To gather the necessary data to assess the campaign's performance against its KPIs, the following data collection methods will be employed:

  1. Social Media Analytics: Utilizing social media analytics tools to track engagement, reach, and growth across all social media platforms.
  2. Website Analytics: Using website analytics tools, such as Google Analytics, to monitor website traffic, user behavior, and conversion rates.
  3. Media Monitoring: Conducting regular media monitoring to track media coverage and assess its sentiment and quality.
  4. Partnership Tracking: Maintaining a database of partnerships and collaborations, with regular updates on their contributions and impact.
  5. Content Analysis: Reviewing the produced content for quality, relevance, and adherence to the campaign's messaging and objectives.
  6. Policy Tracking: Monitoring legislative and regulatory developments related to the campaign's focus areas, assessing the campaign's influence on these changes.

Leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Monitoring and Evaluation

AI can be employed to enhance the monitoring and evaluation process by automating data collection and analysis, identifying trends and patterns, and providing actionable insights. Some ways AI can be used in the campaign's monitoring and evaluation plan include:

  1. Sentiment Analysis: Using AI-powered sentiment analysis tools to assess the public's perception of the campaign and its messaging, identifying areas for improvement and gauging overall reception.
  2. Social Media Analytics: Implementing AI-driven social media analytics tools to track engagement, reach, and growth across all social media platforms, providing deeper insights into audience behavior and preferences.
  3. Content Analysis: Utilizing AI-based content analysis tools to assess the quality, relevance, and adherence of produced content to the campaign's messaging and objectives, allowing for more efficient and accurate evaluation.
  4. Predictive Analytics: Applying AI-powered predictive analytics to forecast trends, identify potential risks, and make data-driven decisions, informing strategic adjustments for the campaign.

By implementing a robust monitoring and evaluation plan that incorporates AI, the Earth United campaign can ensure its strategies and tactics are effectively driving progress towards its objectives, making informed adjustments as needed to maximize impact.

Detailed Budget Breakdown and Resource Allocation

The Earth United campaign's budget will be allocated across various components to ensure the effective execution of the campaign. The budget includes a pilot phase, which will help refine the strategies and messaging before moving to full-scale implementation.

Pilot Phase: $200,000

Content creation: A limited series of videos or multimedia content focusing on climate change awareness and solutions, targeting a specific audience segment or geographic region. Partnerships: Establishing partnerships with a few local organizations, educational institutions, or influencers to support the pilot phase and amplify the campaign's reach. Outreach and marketing: Utilizing a select few marketing channels (e.g., social media, email, and local events) to promote the pilot content and gather initial audience feedback. Data collection and analysis: Implementing monitoring and data collection methods, including AI-powered analytics, to measure the pilot's success, identify areas for improvement, and gather insights for the full-scale campaign. Evaluation and refinement: Analyzing the pilot phase results, adjusting campaign strategies and messaging as needed, and preparing for the full-scale implementation.

Full-scale Campaign: $10 million (first round)

Content production: $3 million Marketing and advertising: $2.5 million Partnerships and collaborations: $1.5 million Monitoring, evaluation, and data analysis (including AI-powered tools): $1 million Personnel and overhead: $2 million

This budget breakdown is an initial estimate and can be refined based on the results of the pilot phase, feedback from partners and stakeholders, and further research into the specific costs associated with each component.

Additional Rounds: Scaling Up and Expanding the Campaign

As Earth United campaign's impact grows and the objectives of the initial rounds are achieved, further rounds of funding will be required to maintain momentum, scale up the efforts, and expand the campaign's scope. The plans for additional rounds may include:

Expanding content production: Creating more diverse and localized content, exploring new formats, and involving more experts and influencers in the content creation process. Enhancing marketing and advertising strategies: Reaching new audiences and markets, utilizing more sophisticated advertising techniques, and maximizing the use of data-driven targeting, including AI-powered insights. Strengthening and broadening partnerships: Building strategic alliances with a wider range of organizations, businesses, and institutions, as well as international entities working on climate change solutions. Increasing monitoring, evaluation, and data analysis capabilities: Investing in advanced data analytics tools, including AI-powered solutions, to better measure the campaign's impact, inform decision-making, and optimize strategies.

Supporting on-the-ground initiatives and projects: In later stages, the campaign may contribute to the development and implementation of local projects focused on climate change mitigation and adaptation, leveraging its reach and influence to create tangible change at the community level.

It is worth noting that a successful and impactful Earth United campaign, with the potential to create lasting change on a global scale, is likely to require a total budget ranging from the high hundreds of millions to low billions of dollars in subsequent funding rounds.

The specific funding requirements and goals for each additional round will be determined based on the campaign's progress, evolving priorities, and the availability of resources.

Risks and Challenges

While the Earth United campaign has the potential to make a significant impact on climate change awareness and action, it also faces certain risks and challenges that need to be acknowledged and managed:

Changing Public Opinion and Priorities: Public opinion and priorities can change over time, and the campaign's messaging may need to be adjusted accordingly. To mitigate this risk, the campaign will closely monitor public sentiment and continuously refine its messaging to ensure it remains relevant and effective.

Competition for Attention: The Earth United campaign will compete for attention with other campaigns, news events, and social media trends. To address this challenge, the campaign will need to create compelling and engaging content, use targeted marketing strategies, and leverage partnerships to amplify its message.

Uncertain Political and Regulatory Environment: Climate change policies and regulations can vary widely between countries and may change with shifting political landscapes. To navigate this uncertainty, the campaign will need to adapt its advocacy efforts to different contexts and engage with a diverse range of stakeholders, including policymakers and businesses.

Resistance from Fossil Fuel Industries and Climate Skeptics: The campaign may face opposition from fossil fuel industries, climate skeptics, or others who have vested interests in maintaining the status quo. To address this challenge, the Earth United campaign will emphasize evidence-based messaging, engage in constructive dialogue, and build alliances with like-minded organizations and influencers.

Resource Constraints: The campaign's success will depend on securing sufficient funding and resources to execute its strategies effectively. To mitigate this risk, the campaign will actively seek diverse funding sources, continuously evaluate the return on investment for different strategies, and prioritize initiatives with the greatest potential for impact.

By acknowledging and proactively addressing these risks and challenges, as well as leveraging advanced tools like AI to optimize strategies and respond to evolving circumstances, the Earth United campaign will be better equipped to navigate obstacles and achieve its objectives.


The Earth United campaign presents a unique opportunity for investors to make a significant impact in the fight against climate change. By supporting this initiative, investors will play a crucial role in raising global awareness, inspiring behavioral change, and promoting the adoption of innovative solutions that can help mitigate and adapt to the consequences of climate change.

While the primary return on investment might not be financial, the social and environmental benefits will be invaluable. Moreover, the campaign's success may contribute to financial returns for zero carbon industries that benefit from subsidies, legislative measures, and broader public adoption of sustainable technologies. By leveraging advanced tools like AI to optimize strategies and respond to evolving circumstances, the Earth United campaign demonstrates its commitment to achieving its objectives. Together, we can create a more sustainable future for our planet and future generations.


Appendix A: Team Bios

Joseph Campo: Joseph is a film, television, and online content producer and director based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He currently serves as Series Producer for Makematic, a team of education and media professionals developing smart, engaging videos to inspire a generation of global learners. Joseph's passion for the environment drives his commitment to addressing climate change and leveraging his expertise in content creation for Earth United.

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Appendix B: Case Studies

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Appendix C: Letters of Support

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Appendix D: Sample Content and Campaign Assets

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Appendix E: Detailed Timeline

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