|By PR Newswire||
|September 3, 2014 09:40 AM EDT||
LOS ANGELES, Calif., Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- GreenScreen Animals (GSA), the industry leader in supplying green screen animal content to all forms of entertainment media, is joining Greenpeace's "Click Clean" initiative. "Click Clean" focuses on ensuring that the Internet's growing power needs come from clean energy sources and features various GSA animals in its videos.
"We were so happy to be able to use content from greenscreenanimals.com because the animals are treated humanely and the filming is supervised by the American Humane Association. The animals were an important part of the humor and beauty of our videos and we're glad to have an ethical and green way to include them," said Molly Dorozenski, Director of Media Relations at Greenpeace.
GSA is proud to participate in campaigns with forward-thinking leaders such as Greenpeace and consistently supports worthy causes by providing discounted or free services.
"Since its inception GSA has been committed to joining environmental organizations, nonprofits, and educational outlets as a way to give back," said GSA president and co-founder Mark Shockley. "One video shoot on a safe, sanctioned set with GSA can be repurposed an infinite number of times for a myriad of uses."
GSA's portfolio also includes the WildAid campaign to protect the Rhino, featuring the Duke of Cambridge and David Beckham.
GSA also collaborated with The Rain Forest Alliance on its "Follow the Frog" environmental campaign.
About GreenScreen Animals
GSA is the world's leading solution for ultra high quality, humane animal content. GSA owns, maintains and licenses the world's largest HD - 6K green screen animal footage collection. The GSA library contains over 5,000 raw clips, which can be utilized in a variety of media including film, television, web and print applications. GSA provides custom shoots and "one-stop shopping" solutions for clients seeking animals in their projects. GSA's animal content allows producers the fastest, easiest and most cost-effective way to get images that would normally be too cost-prohibitive or difficult to capture. All content is produced under the close supervision of the American Humane Association's "No animals were harmed." This key alliance ensures the safety and comfort of the animals used in GSA's library.
For more information visit www.greenscreenanimals.com.
Greenpeace is the leading independent campaigning organization that uses peaceful protest and creative communication to expose global environmental problems and to promote solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future. Greenpeace has offices in more than 30 countries and is actively working to address issues that are vital to our planet, including the threat of global warming, destruction of ancient forests, deterioration of our oceans, and the threat of a nuclear disaster. Greenpeace does not solicit contributions from governments or corporations, nor does it endorse political candidates. With 250,000 members in the United States and 2.8 million members worldwide virtually all of its support comes from individuals.
For more information visit www.greenpeace.org.
SOURCE GreenScreen Animals
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