Advocacy Campaigns Posts
A Field Trip to Capitol Hill to Show Afterschool Works
Hundreds of parents, kids and afterschool advocates came together to deliver a clear message to Congress: Afterschool Works.
It’s a Great Time to Be a Baby
Researchers and advocates are hard at work to ensure that our next generation has a healthy start to life.
What if Defending Your Home Got You Killed?
In 2015, a hidden war claimed the lives of more than three people each week, according to a new report by NGO Global Witness. The cause of this war: land.
Home Is Where the Forest Is
After centuries of caring for their forest home, the last remaining forest dwellers of Kenya find themselves trespassers on their own land, which has been designated a national game reserve.
“That’s When Things Started to Change”
For every great societal challenge, there is a moment when we look back and say, “That’s when things started to change.” For our nation’s oral health crisis, that moment is now.
Our Creative Portfolio
Videos, graphics, gifs, Twitter, blog posts, websites – these days, there are so many ways to communicate beyond traditional media, and Burness does ‘em all. To showcase some of our recent creative work, we’ve put together a new creative portfolio.
For the first time in history, a climate agreement, signed in Paris, commits nearly every country in the world to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. And forest loss, which contributes about 11 percent of global emissions, was a central focus of the discussions.
What Happens When Cartoonists Get Serious
Kenyan cartoonists are getting serious about putting an end to land grabs. Read on to learn (and see!) how they're doing it.
We’re Coming for You, Tuberculosis
Our partners at TB Alliance just announced the world’s first availability of TB medicines for children. They’re fruit-flavored (yum!) and easily dissolved in water. Read more and sign the petition asking world leaders to adopt these treatments to end childhood TB once and for all.
Nurses on the Frontlines of Care and Innovation
If you’ve ever been a patient in a hospital or visited someone who was, you probably remember the nurse. Why? Because that nurse was there at the bedside day in and day out, making sure you or your loved one was comfortable and being taken care of.