Ogilvy partners UN to fight plastic pollution

06 Jun,2018

By A Correspondent


UN Environment and Ogilvy have launched a set of three films which attempt to demonstrate how when we use less we become better.


Said Sukesh Nayak, Chief Creative Officer, Ogilvy India (West): “Turning the word useless and finding a new meaning from it to promote using less plastic, is a great way of reminding people how simple acts can help save the environment. I am hopeful that the campaign line – ‘Useless log useful hain’- will catch on as a phrase and become a common refrain.”


Added Atul Bagai, Country Head, UN Environment India: “Over the years, Ogilvy has done an outstanding job of creatively highlighting environmental issues. So, when it came to World Environment Day theme Beat Plastic Pollution, they highlighted not just the problem of plastic pollution but also showcased the alternatives to it. These short films are witty, and we hope will encourage people to use less plastic and eventually refuse it.”



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