The Earth Alliance Creator Fund 2024 is now closed.
Watch this space for content by this year's winners—they were awarded $2,000 to make their own tasty climate content
At Earth Alliance, we believe in the power of creators to shift culture, which is a huge part of driving big, systemic change for the climate. That’s why we’re supporting creators—like you—to explore climate-friendly themes in your content in a way that’s organic and authentic for your audience. The best part? You don’t have to be a “climate creator” to drive change.
To help you get started, we developed Delicious Nuggets: bite-sized, science-backed snacks to inspire storytellers to make tasty new climate content.
We invite you to use Delicious Nuggets as inspiration—and get paid for it! We’ve launched the Earth Alliance Creator Fund to support creators of all types. We’re beginning with $2,000, but are cooking up more opportunities to support, fund, and collaborate with storytellers.
Join us to learn about future opportunities. If you have an idea, read on and pitch us!
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Pick a nugg, dream up content
Pick from one of the 5 Nugget briefs below. What piece of climate-friendly content would you want to make, in your own voice, around that concept?
Pitch us your idea
Into food? Create a plant-based recipe. Aspiring comedian? Film a skit about public transit. Musician? Dream up a song about wombats. Send us your idea via our very easy, fun to fill up form right here.
Awards will be announced
We’ll award the best pitches with $2,000 so you can bring them to life.
Make the thing
Once you’re done, post your video on your own channels. We’ll amplify it on ours, and send you the $$$!
Applications are open from now ’til November 24, 2023. Winning pitches will be announced on December 7, 2023. Selected creators to publish content based on pitches by January 31, 2024.
Nuseir is the creator, entrepreneur and social media influencer behind the popular Nas Daily Facebook page and YouTube channel, where he published a one-minute video for 1,000 consecutive days. He has since launched his own media company, the Nas Daily Corporation, and created initiatives to share his insights on entrepreneurship, storytelling and the power of social media.
Leah is a creator and environmentalist who founded the non-profit Intersectional Environmentalist, a leading resource for diverse, accessible climate justice education. She uses her passion for writing and creativity to advocate for the critical yet overlooked relationship between social justice and environmentalism. She’s also the founder of @greengirlleah, where she shares eco-focused education with her audience of more than 400k.
Mark is an Emmy Award-winning wildlife and adventure filmmaker, and the CEO and co-founder of Brave Wilderness. The Brave Wilderness channel launched in 2014 focused on wildlife education and exciting outdoor adventures. It’s now the largest wildlife channel on YouTube with over 20 million subscribers. His passion for conservation inspires him to activate his global audience to participate in critical sustainability efforts.
Sam is Earth Alliance’s creative producer. She’s an Emmy-nominated documentary producer with a background in health, science and culture journalism. Her work with media brands such as Vox, New York Magazine, and HiddenLight Productions has appeared on premium streaming services including HBO, AppleTV+, and Freeform. Previous work has been recognized by the Critics Choice Real TV Awards, Webby Awards, and the Emmys.
Mark is a director at Earth Alliance. He’s a national environmental policy leader, advocate for social justice and licensed architect inspired by public service and lessons of collective action. He was previously the Senior Director for Building Emissions & Community Resilience at the White House Council on Environmental Quality under the Biden-Harris Administration, and Director of Sustainability for both New York City and the District of Columbia.
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