The production and creativity was first-class, and unlike anything we have delivered before. We’re so grateful for all the time and hard work that went into ensuring this was a phenomenal event for WWF. It truly was an inspirational evening that will have a lasting impact for our supporters. The feedback last night and flooding in today exceeds all our hopes and expectations.
Tanya Steel, Chief Executive WWF-UK
A visionary evening in order to make a passionate plea ahead of COP26
At the Tate Modern, London, The Department set the stage for one of the most critical events to date, where Globally recognised leader on climate change Christiana Figueres gave a passionate plea ahead of the climate summit in Glasgow.
Speaking in front of 400 guests, including celebrities, politicians and youth ambassadors, at the high-profile charity event in London, days before the start of COP26, Ms Figueres highlighted the role of nature in tackling the climate emergency and limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees.
This message was seeded throughout the event with dynamic projection show and cleverly art directed elements, immersing guests and hopefully spurring action.
Celebrities and influencers Finn Harries, Kedar Williams Stirling, William Moseley, Ella Mills, Daisy Lowe, were in the audience, and there was a live poetry performance from artist Wilson Oryema.
The Department, in collaboration with Google, created an AR Panda especially to celebrate and mark the occasion.