WHO WE ARE
What we do
- We connect organizations and society around relevant and urgent socio-environmental issues.
- We create, plan and implement transmedia projects that generate engagement and produce data to guide responsible action.
How we do it
We understand the needs of companies, industry, governments, schools and organizations, and bring together our group of specialists in education, innovation, environment, creativity, entertainment, science and arts to create projects that transit through different audiences and territories.
- We use cutting-edge technology, art and entertainment to communicate and educate.
- Our relationships with public spaces, museums and parks allow projects to achieve greater visibility and impact.
Why we do it
Data needs to generate emotion to turn speech into action and pierce the bubbles promoting the connection we need to transform the planet.
It’s TIME TO ACT!
Inspired by the values that govern our company, we take care of the choice of our employees and partners, in order to always seek, together, to improve our postures, policies and management practices as a way of contributing to the elimination of discrimination against people in society, with the highest levels of violence and also with environmental degradation, which cause so much suffering and delay for the effective sustainable development of the planet.
More than 20 years of experience. Producer on Survivor, The Apprentice, The Big Give for ABC (by Oprah Winfrey). Twice Emmy® nominated Producer.
Partner at CineSys LLC and based out of Los Angeles, Steve has extensive experience in multimedia projects and the integration between technology and sales areas.
The Founder of São Paulo School – Creative Economy, Isabella has worked for over 30 years as a consultant for companies, and as a Producer of cultural projects.
Graduated in Social Communication, she worked in advertising and film productions in Brazil as a Producer and Art Assistant.
Luiz Villares specializes in managing socio-environmental projects in the Amazon region and writes texts and essays for magazines and scientific publications. He has dedicated the last 20 years to projects and entities in the Amazon, especially the Fundação Amazônia Sustentável (Sustainable Amazônia Foundation).
Luiz is a Business Management graduate with a master’s degree with distinction in International Management and he is also the Founder of the Manauara Community Association and Fiscal Councilor of the CERTI Amazônia Institute and the 5 Elements Institute.
As a researcher, his publications include topics such as blockchain, sustainability, the Amazon and climate change.
Carlos (Cadu) Eduardo Young
Carlos is an Economic Sciences graduate from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1986) and holds a master’s degree in Economics of Industry and Technology from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1992) and a PhD in Economics from the University of London – University College London (1997). He is a Professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (IE/UFRJ), researcher at the National Institute of Science and Technology in Public Policies, Strategies and Development (INCT-PPED) and Collaborating Professor of the Environmental Sciences Programs at the State University of Mato Grosso (PPGCA-UNEMAT) and Environmental Sciences and Sustainability in the Amazon (PPGCASA-UFAM). He has extensive experience in teaching and research in the area of Economics, with an emphasis on Environmental and Natural Resources Economics.
Partner at Webcore Games, Fernando is responsible for creating games such as Freekscape, A Turma do Chico Bento and My Night Job among others.
Gustavo Von Ha
Artist who experiments with new media and materials and has works in museums, such as MAM – Museum of Art of São Paulo, MAC – Museum of Contemporary Art of São Paulo, among others.
Multimedia Artist, acts as Curator and Producer of exhibitions and projects related to art and technology in Brazil and abroad.
Works as a Freelancer in graphic design, visual communication, object design, art direction and photography. Julia works in the digital environment, exploring the unlimited potential of new digital formats for creativity and artistic expression.
In light of rising violence and hate, Max is launching a social media campaign called #push4peace, which spreads messages of peace and love. He is also on the board of Dunk MS, which helps raise money for research in the fight against multiple sclerosis.
Adriani Maffioletti, founder of the Aldeias pelo Clima LATAM collective, is a communicator and one of the active voices of indigenous youth today. She was a Brazilian voice at COP26 in Glasgow, being a civilian spokesperson for politics and in the defence of the environment and indigenous territories.
Journalist, academic in law, social scientist, race and climate change activist. He is an activist on Fridays for Future MAPA (Most Affected Peoples and Areas) and was a Brazilian voice at COP27 in Egypt. Gabriel Mendes describes the injustice in which ethnic-racial minority communities are systematically subjected to situations of environmental degradation in Brazil.
Computer Engineering student at the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo (POLI-USP). Lucas is involved in political, social and environmental initiatives with experience in edu-communication, computing, design, media editing and team management.
Consultant at the Sustainable Amazon Foundation, member of the Creative Environmental Council chaired by the committee on Environment and Sustainable Development of the Legislative Assembly of the State of Amazonas (ALEAM). He is a campaigner for the project SOS Amazônia of Fridays for Future Brazil, in which he coordinates the capacity building project for indigenous entrepreneurship and a Member of the Greenpeace Brazil Activism Team (TAG).
Patricia Iasmim Chaves Travassos
Born and raised in the city of Ourém, in the countryside of Pará. Student of Interdisciplinary Degree in Arts and its Technologies at UFSB, Popular Communicator, Activist for Climate and Racial Justice at Fridays for Future Brazil, Founder of Coletivo Climátikas Ouremenses.
Lívia Chaves Marcolin
Environmental activist of Climate Strike (Fridays for Future Brazil), who grew up living on a sailboat until she was 17, when she moved to Salvador-BA. Bachelor in Humanities and Law student at UFBA. Researcher in the area of environmental and climate justice and member of LACLIMA and MUC (Women United for Climate) networks. Co-founder of the environmental education project “Youth United for the Climate”.
Vienna Frances Wolf
Growing up in Pacific Palisades, Vienna has spent her entire life looking out at Pacific Ocean. It’s no wonder volunteering for Heal the Bay, beach clean ups is something Vienna participated in for years. She is part of the Surf Rider Club at Pali High, and has gone door to door educating people about the importance of recycling and saving our marine life.