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CMG Fellow at 350.org: Impact Results from the Peoples Climate March

Early in 2017, we awarded an 8-month CMG Fellowship, including a $40,000 stipend, to Aleksei Wagner, a New York-based activist and filmmaker, to collaborate with 350.org’s digital campaign staff. Halfway through his fellowship, our CMG Fellow has already had a dramatic impact.

CMG Selects Pew’s Global Shark Conservation Campaign for 2017 Blue Initiative Grant

CMG is proud to announce the 2017 recipient of our $30,000 Blue Initiative Grant, The Pew Charitable Trusts’ global shark conservation campaign. Pew has extensive experience working around the world to reverse the decline of shark populations, whose primary threat is unregulated fishing driven primarily by the demand for shark fins in the global trade.

CMG Oceans & Plastic Workshop Highlights Change-making Collaborations & Connections

Last week we hosted a 4-day Catalyst Workshop focused on Oceans & Plastic with an international group of change-makers at Alnoba in Kensington, New Hampshire. We brought together more than a dozen filmmakers, strategists, and organizations from around the world - including participants from Mexico, the Bahamas, Estonia, Australia, and across the United States.

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Activist Filmmaker Awarded CMG Fellowship with 350.org
Congratulations to Aleksei Wagner, our newest CMG Fellow! Aleksei begins his CMG Fellowship today with 350.org in Brooklyn, New York. This 8-month CMG Fellowship provides for a $40,000 fellowship stipend, in addition to in-kind support. More info
CMG Fellow Captures Essence of Hurricane Island Through Video
CMG Fellow Wilder Nicholson recently completed a very succesful full-time fellowship with the Hurricane Island Foundation (HIF) focusing specifically on the Hurricane Island's Center for Science and Leadership (HICSL).. More info
Oceans & Plastic Catalyst Workshop - Now Accepting Applications
We are currently accepting applications for our 2017 Oceans & Plastic Catalyst Workshop, which runs from May 1-4, 2017. Whether you’re working to stop ocean pollution at its source, reduce the amount of plastics already in the ocean,. More info