Arsht-Rockefeller Resilience Center  Arsht-Rockefeller Resilience Center


digital media developed for long term advocacy


of city decision-makers across the US engaged


stories of successful climate change interventions

Arsht-Rockefeller Resilience Center
Project:  Mapping Climate Resilience Cause:  Climate action Deliverables: Purpose Advertising & Campaigns, Digital & Tech

We worked with the Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation to capture and amplify ten inspiring stories of communities across the US that are building climate resilience in their cities to empower more city leaders to take climate action. The campaign’s multimedia storytelling provided a human angle of climate change, cutting through a noisy space and supporting the climate risk data found on the US Climate Resilience Map.


Cities across the US are increasingly facing the effects of climate change, from extreme heat and drought to extreme precipitation and flooding. Solutions for building resilience to these impacts are out there, but right now, vulnerable communities aren’t hearing and learning from the stories of other cities that face the same risks.


Inspire US cities to take action and adapt to the changing climate, and build resilience in their communities.


To engage city leaders and inspire them to find solutions to the climate risks their communities face, we captured the stories of 10 different resilient cities. These stories were told through a series of multimedia assets including videos, long-form written narratives, infographics and social assets.

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