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Those Who Have Reindeer


In remote Mongolia, families and reindeer coexisted in harmony before the land was affected by climate change.

Indigenous cultures are amongst the first to pay the price of climate change, often pushing them to the brink of extinction. This crisis is directly linked to our consumer culture.

Directors & writers

Jorik Dozy & Sil van der Woerd


Sean Lin



Endangered Humanity

This short film was produced for Malaysian agency Naga DDB, and their Endangered Humanity campaign, which set out to offer insight in how climate change is affecting indigenous cultures even in the furthest corner of the world.

It also brings attention to how climate change is affecting Malaysians. By 2030, 25% of Malaysia’s population will be displaced thanks to climate change.

The Endangered Humanity campaign also looks at the simple daily decisions that we make that brought us to this reality and how we can reverse that. From choosing to turn the lights off, to walk instead of choosing a 5-minute drive, to the food that we choose to consume.


The film was shot in mid winter in Mongolia at temperatures down to minus 35 degrees celsius. The team traveled to remote locations in Mongolia in the south of Siberia where they embedded themselves with the Tsaatan, a reindeer herder tribe who live completely off grid in remote forests.