16 Environmental Awareness Posters and Advertisements

by admin on 03/25/2010

by admin  |  March 25, 2010  |  Design

The call for environmental awareness has been around for a while; if not continually reinvented, the message loses its impact on the audience, just like any other advertising or promotional campaign.

Fortunately, there are some great designs and ideas out there to keep the message alive and the concern highly relevant to people’s everyday lives. Here are 16 creative examples of environmental awareness posters and designs for your inspiration, whether on design or the continuing crusade for a greener world.

Environmental Awareness Posters and Advertisements

Environmental Awareness Posters - Global Warming

Environmental Awareness Posters - It's Not Our Earth

Environmental Awareness Posters - Just Stop

Environmental Awareness Posters - Transportation Alternatives

Environmental Awareness Posters - E(art)hDay

Environmental Awareness Posters - Municipal Solid Waste

Environmental Awareness Posters - Unrecycled Garbage

Environmental Awareness Posters - OneWorld: Landfills

Environmental Awareness Posters - Earth

Environmental Awareness Posters - Save the Earth

Environmental Awareness Posters - Polar Cap Souvenirs

Environmental Awareness Posters - Nuclear Waste

Environmental Awareness Posters - Earth Grenade

Environmenntal Awareness Posters - Waste

Environmental Awareness Posters - Wake Up Tomorrow

Environmental Awareness Posters - Only Home

We at UPrinting also combine our discount poster printing with environmentally friendly green printing practices; specifically, you’ll see on our website that our offset posters are printed on certified eco-friendly paper and card stocks, using soy and vegetable-based inks. Visit our website at UPrinting.com to learn more.

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3 comments

Giclee Guy March 30, 2010 at 8:02 pm

Are you using bio-degradable inks?

Jennifer March 30, 2010 at 10:52 pm

Yes; specifically, soy and vegetable-based inks that have lower VOC (volatile organic compound) levels. That equals to 20% biodegradability, reduced carbon emissions and a safer work environment :)

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