Saturday 30th April 2016, the government of Kenya took a historic stand against ivory trade. 105 tons of ivory arranged in eleven pyres and one pyre of rhino horns were set ablaze in the Worth More Alive campaign. The tusks… Continue Reading →

Press Roundup

This year our work garnered a lot of attention on social media and in online and print media. View our slideshow of screenshots to get a sense of where our media ended up! To see the original posts links are… Continue Reading →

Shut It Down For Micheal Brown – NYC Protest


People’s Climate March

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 →

PSM Photographs Meeting between US Administration and Indian Youth Climate Network

Flood Wall Street

Traditional Farming in India Provides Farmers with Stability — In Photos

Barahnaja (Barah-twelve, Anaja-Grains) means growing twelve or more crops in a synergetic combination; pulses, oilseeds, vegetables, fibers, and spices are grown for optimal crop production in the village Jardhar Gaon in Northern India. Our hosts explained that these crops were meticulously chosen and… 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

Reject and Project


Fossil Fuel Divestment Convergence

Mountain Justice Spring Break 2014– In Photos

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