A highlight of 2015 for us was creating the Ozone Song for UNEP where we imagined a festive party of phytoplankton celebrating the success of the Montreal Protocol. We thought these ocean dwellers deserved another party as part of our Christmas message.
Trees store carbon. Our jumbo-sized Christmas Tree is based on a single Sitka Spruce, grown commercially in the UK. Over a typical 40-year life the tree will capture and store 742 kg of carbon dioxide. So we thought it would be fun to show that happening - admittedly with a touch of Christmas magic!
I am delighted that the Carbon Visuals team has invited me to write a few words on the theme of ‘un-burnable carbon’. As a long-time advocate of zero-carbon transport methods I feel privileged to comment on a subject which I have to admit was unknown to me until earlier in the year.