CCC and Yellow Dot Present... Climate Comedy Videos
From a vegan cheese quest to going under cover at Disney, these comedians want climate solutions! Check out the latest videos from the Climate Comedy Cohort, a program co-created and co-directed by Generation180 and American University’s GoodLaugh initiative at the Center for Media & Social Impact. The CCC project includes brand-new content from stand-up comics, comedy writers, and performers, with creative input provided by Adam McKay’s Yellow Dot Studios. Watch the videos below or on YouTube.
Watch the Videos
Conquer the Sun
I Can Walk
5 EV Tips
Meet the Co-Creators
Generation180 is a national nonprofit working to inspire and equip people to take action on clean energy in their homes and communities.
Momentum for clean energy and climate action is at a high point and growing, putting us on the verge of a cultural shift away from fossil fuels toward a cleaner, healthier, more equitable future for everyone. Generation180 works to accelerate this shift by providing individuals with clear pathways to action and popularizing a new narrative of agency and hope. The Climate Comedy Cohort is the newest initiative from Generation180 to use cultural strategies like comedy and creative communications rooted in behavior science to inspire climate action.
GoodLaugh is a comedy production engine and knowledge lab that brings together the most talented minds in comedy, social justice, entertainment, and philanthropy to collaborate and create comedy and research to help repair the world and build a more just, equitable future.
As a program of the Center for Media & Social Impact (CMSI) at American University, GoodLaugh facilitates comedy production, studies, and convenings with social justice at the core. By making new comedy, distributing new knowledge and understanding, and bringing together unlikely players to leverage humor for social good, GoodLaugh believes that “laughing in the face of injustice” can solve, well, almost anything.