Environmental Campaign Suggests Naming Vicious Storms After Climate-Change Deniers

'Marco Rubio threatens everything in his path'

New York ad agency Barton F. Graf 9000 has turned its roguish attention to the issue of climate change, and helped activist group 350 Action with the amusing video below. According to the YouTube description: "Since 1954, the World Meteorological Organization has been naming extreme storms after people. But we propose a new naming system. One that names extreme storms caused by climate change, after the policy makers who deny climate change and obstruct climate policy. If you agree, sign the petition at climatenamechange.org." The snarky tone preaches to the choir, but it's hard to resist lines like, "If you value your life, please seek shelter from Michele Bachmann." Credits below.

CREDITS

Client: 350 Action

Contact: Daniel Kessler

Agency: Barton F. Graf 9000

Chief Creative Officer, Founder: Gerry Graf

Executive Creative Directors: Eric Kallman, Brandon Mugar

Creative Director, Copywriter: Dave Canning

Creative Director, Art Director: Dan Treichel

Senior Designer: Matt Egan

Head of Production, Executive Producer: Carey Head

Creative Technology Director: Jonathan Vingiano

Account Director: Jennifer Richardi

Business Affairs Director: Jennifer Pannent

Planner: Danielle Travers

Production Company: Furlined

Director: Ted Pauly

VP, Executive Producer: Eriks Krumins

Executive Producer: Dave Thorne

Executive Producer of Sales: Meghan Lang

Line Producer: Jennifer Gee

Director of Photography: Kris Kachikis

Editing: Big Sky Edit

Editor, Sound Designer, Mixer: Chris Franklin

Co-Editor, Colorist: Dave Madden

Senior Assistant Editor: Liz Bilinsky

Junior Assistant Assistant Editor: Megan Elledge

Graphics, Effects: Ryan Sears, Steve Kutny

Executive Producer: Cheryl Panek

Assistant Producer: Grace Phillips

Music: APM Music

Account Executive: Lauren Bell

Stock Video Footage: T3Media

Senior Account Manager: Amy Geisert

Photography: Magnum Photos

Corporate Sales Manager: Diane Raimondo

Photographer: Paolo Pellegrin