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  • Patagonia humanizes climate plight in LA-based eco film
  • Patagonia humanizes climate plight in LA-based eco film
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Patagonia humanizes climate plight in LA-based eco film

Rather than focusing on a far-off beach or Arctic glaciers, Patagonia’s film District 15 highlights the real-life plight of LA communities feeling the effects of oil drilling. By making the consequences of climate change more relatable, the brand is demonstrating its mission to effect real change.

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