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BE Green Street Media Offering a range of innovative marketing methods across Europe with an unrivalled commitment to sustainability.


Started in 2010 by Conrad Sean Thornton, Green Street Media has grown to become the UK’s leading Sustainable Advertising Agency with a range of high profile clients including a range of major councils, BSkyB, Transport for London, Tower of London, a wide range of leading Colleges and Universities across the UK and are working across a range of projects for the London 2012 Olympics . Here we take a look into what makes Green Street Media streets ahead in leading this revolutionary industry with a few words from its MD, Conrad Thornton.


Consider this, if all mankind were to disappear, the earth would rejuvenate back to a rich state of equilibrium that was present thousands of years ago before the evolution of man. If insects were to become extinct, the global ecosystem would collapse within a few years.


INSPIRATION │ KNOWLEDGE


I started Green Street Media frustrated with green ‘business as usual’ that seems to be commonplace even in 2012. Now don’t get me wrong, there have been great some efforts within the global green movement with a stronger-than-ever focus on sustainability/CSR (call it what you will) but, we’re simply not doing enough to resolve the ever growing issues.


We are all aware that our fragile earth contains finite resources and that every action has its consequences, yet we still continue to over consume and put human needs before considering the eco-system as a whole. We don’t have to drastically change our lives in order to make a big difference to the environment, but we all must be part of this change together, on a truly global scale. Our brand was created highlight the importance of sustainability by offering our customers big and small the tools to communicate using completely environmentally friendly tools.


All of Green Street Media’s services are created using only eco-friendly methods, our primary service of Clean Advertising uses nothing but recycled rainwater, high pressure jet-washers and stencils to remove dirt and ‘clean’ messages onto dirty streets.


Beyond this we now also offer a wider range of sustainable products and services including Moss Art, Recycling Ad Vans, Topiary and Eliminator Temporary Paint ‒ the world’s first permanent yet temporary paint that is biologically engineered to be completely environmentally friendly during installation and removal. This paint has so many uses from temporary signage/markings, temporary art installations, event management, car branding and more.


To further emphasise our commitment to sustainability, we plant 1 tree in Africa for every advert that we complete in partnership with Trees4Africa (Africas Gift) in an effort to encourage conservation and sustainable development. Although we have only planted a few thousand trees so far we plan to plant millions more, as we continue to grow so does our positive environmental impact. We hope that our clients, by using our services, will become more environmentally aware and conscious of the impact their organisation makes overall. We are living proof that it is possible to make commercial profit whilst providing environmental profit for planet earth. We’re carbon positive, are you?


Because there is NO PLANET B


If you are interested in becoming an international partner please contact our team ‒ info@greenstreetmedia.eu Visit our websitewww.greenstreetmedia.eu or follow Green Street Media on Twitter @greenstreeteu


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