Contact: Sean Southey CEO, PCI Media Impact 347-276-1354 New Comics Uniting Nations Release: Annie Sunbeam™ Takes On SDG 14, Life Below Water UNICEF Partnership Launches New Comic Book at First UN Ocean Conference NEW YORK, 7 June 2017 — On the eve of World Ocean’s Day, Comics Uniting Nations is introducing a brand new comic and character into it’s series of fun and educational comics that are bringing the Sustainable Development Goals to the next generation. Through the new title Annie Sunbeam and Friends: Protecting Life Below Water, the comic partnership will tackle environmental concerns for oceans, marine protection and restoration. Annie Sunbeam™ isRead More →

Friday 17, 2017 7.00 AM EST Contact – Sean Southey, CEO, PCI Media Impact Email: Phone: 347-276-1354 Wild For Life New comic book from Comics Uniting Nations tells the story of children who learn about the consequences of purchasing illegal wildlife products and decide to take action. PCI Media Impact and Comics Uniting Nations have partnered with UN Environment to create the latest comic in the series. The Wild for Life comic tells the story of children who learn about the consequences of people’s decisions to purchase illegal wildlife products, take action to tell their friends and family and help spread the word onRead More →

Download PDF for print   UNICEF, PCI Media Impact, World’s Largest Lesson and Eco Boys and Girls aim to bring the messages of sustainable development to the children of the world. 28 July 2016, New York, NY: Comics Uniting Nations, which counts UNICEF and the World’s Largest Lesson as key partners, among others, will ring the Nasdaq Stock Market Opening Bell today. The partnership is working to help children learn about and support the Sustainable Development Goals, which were adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in September 2015 as part of the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development. “Current social movements around the world all bear theRead More →

The SUN Program: “We are proud to present “Green Santa” – a Climate Change primer in the form of a comic book. Co-authored by Felix Dodds and issued under the auspices of the UN Secretary General through Comics Uniting Nations – a partnership of UNICEF and NGOs PCI Media Impact and Reading with Pictures, to make the Sustainable Development Goals accessible to the citizens of the world through comics.”Read More →

On the Times of India.  Comics Uniting Nations partner Graphic India, launched our SDG 13 Gender Equality comic book about a new hero called Mighty Girl during the Comic Con at Bangalore, The Times of India wrote on the success of the event and published an email interview with comic book legend, Stan Lee.  “This was something my partner on Chakra and Mighty Girl, Sharad Devarajan, put together and I think its a brilliant idea! I am thoroughly thrilled we are work-ing with the United Nations and TheWorld’s Largest Lesson to entertain and hopefully in-spire kids all over the world with comics,” he said about hisRead More →

Feature on UN Web TV. “The United Nations has delivered its message through comic strips for decades, and now the newly agreed upon Sustainable Development Goals call upon superheroes to spread the word once again.”Read More →

On The Guardian COP21 LIVE. “Kapow! The climate talks don’t just produce agreements on how governments will cut emissions. Today has seen the birth of a climate change comic, produced with Spiderman creator and comics legend.”Read More →

The Economic Times of India. “To make children understand the challenging issues of climate change in unique and entertaining ways, a comic book featuring an Indian superhero was launched today at the climate change summit here. The comic ‘Chakra climate change’ features an Indian superhero ‘Chakra – The Invincible’ created by Stan Lee and Sharad Devarajan […]”Read More →