22nd November 2021
NO NEW WORLDS for COP26

We were honoured to have the opportunity to support the installation of a large-scale sculpture from artist collective Still/Moving in association with Greenpeace at the recent 2021 UN Climate Change Convention in Glasgow.

70m long, 7m high, comprising 3,723 LEDs and sited at Govan’s A-listed Graving Docks​​, NO NEW WORLDS was switched on remotely by members of Minga Indigena and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon at a ceremonial event ahead of the COP26 summit, presenting a powerful and thought-provoking statement to the COP26 delegates and participating international media.

Our London office worked in close collaboration with our Scotland team to manage media relations around the artwork and the artists. A short-lead press campaign comprised a photo-call, international media engagement, a programme of onsite and studio interviews news, feature and review editorial and the development of dedicated broadcast packages. 

Our campaign delivered over 40 press mentions, with coverage ranging from BBC Reporting Scotland and Glasgow Live to Time Out, the Evening Standard and the New York Times reaching an audience of over 400 million.

Image Credit: NO NEW WORLDS at Govan Graving Docks, Still Moving COP26.