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Shell Finds a Warm Welcome at Havas as Extinction Rebellion Throws Surprise Party

Posted by John Donovan 17 October 2023

Oh, what a delightful turn of events! Extinction Rebellion, everyone’s favorite road-blocking, climate-conscious disruptors, have graced Havas in London with their presence. They’re quite the party planners, aren’t they?

The Extinction Rebellion activists, in all their theatrical glory, decided to pay a visit to Havas in King’s Cross, expressing their heartfelt concerns about Havas’ audacious decision to collaborate with the villainous Shell. It’s almost as if the protesters care more about the environment than Havas’ bottom line – how shocking!

Katie Burrell of Extinction Rebellion shared her thoughts, bless her heart: asserting that without the skill and creativity of agencies like Havas (we’re truly amazed someone still rates them), Shell and other fossil fuel giants would be exposed as nothing more than criminals bent on destroying our future.

Katie says Shell, the company that spends more on advertising than on renewable energy like wind and solar, is now getting Havas’ help to convince the world that they’re saviours in the climate emergency, not perpetrators. 

Burrell even claimed to have inside sources at Havas who are, dare we say, dissatisfied with the company’s decision to work with Shell. Imagine that! Employees expressing their concerns, what a novel concept.

Havas, in a rather surprising twist for a professional communication agency, has been left utterly speechless. One would think they might have seen this coming, given the company’s dedication to clear and effective communication.

The burning question now is, will Havas muster the courage to resign from its partnership with Shell? It’s a real test of their communication prowess, isn’t it?

We eagerly await Havas’ response to this situation, hoping they can spin this unfortunate PR hiccup into a lesson on climate activism and corporate responsibility. But, as always, Shell is kindly invited to point out any factual inaccuracies, though we doubt they’ll bother.


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