Go Zero Video: Plant a Tree. Trap a Ton.
April 13, 2010
The Conservation Fund and award winning filmmakers from Nomadsland have teamed up to create our first environmental documentary. The 5-6 minute high-definition film features the Fund’s partnership with the US Fish and Wildlife Service, leading companies and thousands of donors as we help address two of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges—habitat loss and climate change.
Climate change has become one of the most complex and pressing environmental issue of this century. But while many of us agree that we must do something, the challenge sometimes seems great. What small action can you take to make a difference? Go Zero®. The Conservation Fund’s Go Zero program makes it simple for individuals, corporations, or even entire communities to first measure their carbon dioxide emissions, learn helpful ways to reduce those emissions, and then offset the remainder by planting trees.
Based in Washington, D.C., NomadsLand LLC is a turn-key interactive video cause marketing company that designs and delivers “Video Solutions for Social Change.” NomadsLand works with its clients to conceive and produce high-concept viral micro-documentary campaigns for corporate social responsibility endeavors, social-minded entrepreneurs, sustainable tourism ventures and nonprofits. NomadsLand’s website features a self-publish video widget solution for social causes and a network of 1600 social issue filmmakers. http://www.nomadsland.com.
About The Conservation Fund
At The Conservation Fund, we combine a passion for conservation with an entrepreneurial spirit to protect your favorite places before they become just a memory. A hallmark of our work is our deep, unwavering understanding that for conservation solutions to last, they need to make economic sense. Top-ranked, we have protected more than 7 million acres across America.