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Greenpeace launches Revolution of Energy at Folha de São Paulo

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Yesterday Revolution of Energy was launched, a project by Greenpeace and designed by Barca Studio. The project explains the “how’s” of a 100% clean energy Brazil by 2050.

Folha de São Paulo held the project launch and also promoted a debate between Elbia Gannoum, Ildo Sauer, Tasso Azevedo and Amilcar Guerreiro.

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Form interviews Barca Studio

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Read the interview: http://form.de/en/magazine/form266/files

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A’Awards interviews Gabriela Namie about Barca Studio

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Check the interview about the studio: http://tinyurl.com/jtd97pt

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Gabriela Namie and Jun Ioneda talk about Borandá’s visual identity

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Read the interview: http://tinyurl.com/hv7yrjt

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Barca wins Silver Award at Italian A’Awards

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Borandá Movement visual identity was awarded in the Silver category in the A’Awards, Italy. The movement aims to encourage Brazilians to visit Atlantic Rainforest’s conservation units.

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Barca exhibits poster at LAD in Peru

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Some designers and studios across Latin America were asked “What comes to your mind when you think of Peru?”. The answers come in a poster format and were exhibited at LAD Fest (Latin American Design Festival) in Lima, Peru. Barca took inspiration in the chakana cross and exhibited a poster in the festival.

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‘Grilling away the Amazon’ campaign is launched

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Is the beef from your local supermarket destroying the Amazon? Starting with this question, Greenpeace launches the campaign “Grilling Away the Amazon” pointing that cattle farming is responsible for more than 60% of Brazilian Amazon deforestation.

By targeting supermarkets, Greenpeace aims to pressure them to avoid buying from slaughterhouses connected to this chain. Barca was commissioned to work on the website (www.carneaomolhomadeira.org.br), Portuguese and English printed report, video and printed materials to promote the topic.

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