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October 2007
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For the indigenous people of the Arctic, there is a very thin line between life and death.
Living in ice-encrusted conditions virtually year-round, the people of the Arctic Basin are tough to get to. The Glacier Society will provide aid and assistance to these native people by breaking through the ice and delivering much needed medical care and supplies to the remote coastal areas they call home. With your help, there is no one we can't reach.

Advertising Agency: Hoffman York, Chicago, USA
Art Director: Tony Bonilla
Copywriter: Eric Oken
Retoucher: Robert Frolich
Photographer: Corbis / Jupiter Images

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gmint7's picture
gmint7
Activity Score 2683

:::J:::
global warming.. lol

that' can be an ad.

"Thanks to our air pollution, the Inuits now live warmer..."

:::J:::

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andrej dwin
Activity Score 937

nice art work, but otherwise, what it left in me is pure indifference.

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kgeiger's picture
kgeiger
Activity Score 7287

Global warming should make their job a lot easier.

Guest's picture
Guest

you're a dick...

Guest2's picture
Guest2

he might be a dick, but actually, he's right.

and btw, how did these people survive in times there weren't any helping organizations?

trora's picture
trora

I saw this resources thousand of times..... nothing special

joel's picture
joel

not original at all, heavy, too basic.

fed up with this kind of too moralistic campaigns. diesel campaign on same subject is the best so far.
The only one to make people react...

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nirmalranganathan
Activity Score 142

Where is the need for a CG?... It dramatizes the profound message...

gmint7's picture
gmint7
Activity Score 2683

:::J:::
global warming.. lol

that' can be an ad.

"Thanks to our air pollution, the Inuits now live warmer..."

:::J:::

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