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Bayou Rising

Bayou Rising was an historic event in South Louisiana put on by the Houma Nation and Gulf Coast Center for Law and Policy to bring awareness to the grave impacts of climate change in the region. Currently, South Louisiana is… Continue Reading →

Welcome 2 New Members of our Team!

It has been such a joy to work with Nicole Choy and Riley Leonard. They are both incredibly adept in their fields and hard workers that just get things done. Nicole took on the challenge of designing our beautiful media… Continue Reading →

Oloitokitok– A village full of solar hope in Kenya

If the Kenyan map was shaped like the average woman’s body, Lokitaung and Mandera would be the shoulders. It would curve to the tapering waist at Mt. Elgon then broaden to the left hip near Migori. Oloitokitok then, would be… Continue Reading →

Saving Seeds for Climate Resilience

In the foothills of Tehri Garhwal, far from the hustle and life of the city, and improperly connected by roads and untouched by urbanization, lays a quaint village – Jardhar Gaon. I came here with my team to learn about… Continue Reading →

We Launched our Media Agency!

      It’s true! We finally launched our fee-for-service arm of Project Survival Media– the Survival Media Agency! SMA works to connect the right media professional with organizations who are looking for high-quality media production services for issues relating… Continue Reading →

Our Power Richmond– In Photos

Using Crap for Energy

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