Why DOES a gallon of gas produce 19 pounds of CO2? How is that possible - and where does it go?
What’s a better status symbol: a poo-spattered Lexus or a spiffy clean Tesla - or a fun shiny bike with a cool sidecar?

Each year, humans create more than 38 billion tons of carbon dioxide pollution. This pollution is now threatening all life on Earth - and roughly a third of it comes from transportation. But the problem with CO2 is that you can’t see it, you can’t smell it, you can’t taste it - so it's hard for people to take carbon dioxide pollution seriously.

But what if you could see it? What if the 19 pounds of crap coming out of your car’s tailpipe was... crap?

"Professor" Elliot, a bespectacled 8-year old wearing a necktie and lab coat, takes us on a short journey to a world of pooping cars, pooping trucks, and pooping planes - and then on to a cleaner poop-free future. Using a combination of live action video and animation, “Worse than Poop” will illustrate basic scientific facts about carbon dioxide pollution in a way that kids can understand, and are likely to remember.

Featuring mom’s minivan (one pound of poop per mile!), the lumbering Suburban (10 miles, and 19 pounds of poop!), the electric Tesla S (faster than a speeding Captain Underpants!), the Nissan Leaf, the Mitsubishi i, buses, trains, and a flotilla of electric and people-powered bicycles and scooters, “Worse than Poop” will engage children ages 5-12 in the most important issue of our time: climate change. 

As a bilingual Spanish-English kid, Elliot will deliver his message in both English and Spanish. The Spanish version, ¡Peor Que Caca!, will reach a vast Spanish-speaking audience that is currently underserved by the climate movement.

It’s going to make a difference. I mean, what kid doesn’t love talking about poop?