Posted by admin | COP15,Consequences by NOOR Project,Exhibits,Videos | Monday 22 February 2010 4:12 pm

Consequences by NOOR was launched with a series of events and public initiatives during the Climate Summit in Copenhagen in December 2009. Video by Ivan Abreu.

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NOOR Images Presented Across Copenhagen

Posted by admin | COP15,Consequences by NOOR Project,Exhibits | Saturday 12 December 2009 2:26 pm

With only a week left at the United Nations Climate Change Conference, world leaders, conference participants and everyone through out Copenhagen view Consequences by NOOR images in hundreds of locations.

Noor images line the inside of the Greenpeace globe, limited edition prints can be purchased at Dask Gallery, Reputation storefronts are lined with posters and across Copenhagen, billboards, the train station and various venues showcase the images.

Tens of thousands of Consequences by NOOR posters and post cards are being distributed as a reminder of the consequences of climate change. posters_copenhagen_02

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“Come Together to Put a Human Face on the Tradegy of Climate Change” – Interview with Philip Blenkinsop

Posted by admin | COP15,Consequences by NOOR Project,Philip Blenkinsop | Friday 11 December 2009 1:10 pm

greenpeace_uk“Slightly removed from the organized chaos of the Bella Centre, the Climate Rescue Station is proving to be an oasis of calm and tranquility, a place of relaxation and reflection. Perfect, then, to host a new photographic exhibition to illustrate the impacts of climate change around the world.

“Art can be a powerful tool for the social justice movement and it plays an important role in communicating new ideas. The images in Consequences are certainly powerful, although the landscapes and people they depict are blighted by environmental degradation and social upheaval.” Read more on the Greenpeace website.

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Consequences by NOOR to be Featured in a VJ Show at the Climate Change Conference

Posted by admin | COP15 | Wednesday 9 December 2009 11:05 pm

isisOn December 12 one of the biggest events around the climate summit in Denmark will take place. It is expected that approximately 60,000 will gather for a clear message to all world leaders in Copenhagen.

Greenpeace International, and DJ Isis have joined forces and at 16:30 will give a performance for all protesters in the Bella Center Metro Station. The show will also include a grand vj-show. The images are from the Consequences by NOOR project.

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NOOR Events in Copenhagen

Posted by admin | COP15,Consequences by NOOR Project,Exhibits | Friday 20 November 2009 3:26 am


©2009 Philip Blenkinsop/NOOR

In just a few short weeks, seven NOOR photographers along with managing director Claudia Hinterseer will be in Copenhagen to discuss the climate change issues documented for Consequences by NOOR.

As the eye’s of the world focus on climate change and the United Nations Climate Change Conference, NOOR will hold talks and artist presentations.

Presentation Schedule

Monday 7 December
The Danish newspaper Information produces 50,000 free copies of a fully picture driven English issue dedicated to Consequences by NOOR (20,000 copies to be distributed inside the Summit Center and 30,000 copies will be available at metro and train stations, and other public spaces)

Consequences by NOOR posters will be up all over Copenhagen in non-commercial spaces. The Consequences by NOOR street exhibition will last until the end of the Climate Summit. (Postcards will be freely distributed.)

5:00 pm – Enjoy a reception – open to the public – at Reputation, a centrally located advertisement agency that dresses its windows with Consequences by NOOR imagery. Posters and T-shirts will be for sale (Bredgade 15, 1260 Copenhagen)

Tuesday 8 December
5:00 pm – Consequences by NOOR gallery show at DASK Gallery, voted “best cultural experience in Copenhagen”, organizes an opening reception. 45 images will be exhibited and collectors’ prints will be sold along with a selection of books by the photographers.(Flaesketorvet 24, 1711 Copenhagen). The gallery show lasts until 12 January 2010.

Wednesday 9 December
6:30 pm – Opening event of the Consequences by NOOR exhibition inside Greenpeace’s 12-meter high exhibition-globe placed in front of the Bella Centre, the closed area of the Climate Summit, takes place. The exhibition will only be open to official delegates, but a large screen showing Consequences by NOOR multimedia productions will be visible to the general public (all 12 days of the Climate Summit).

Consequences by NOOR goes on tour in 2010 and is available for booking; an educational packet and exhibition schedule is being developed. Contact Consequences by NOOR for more information.

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DASK Gallery to Exhibit “Consequences by NOOR” Project Images in Copenhagen

Posted by admin | COP15,Exhibits | Sunday 15 November 2009 5:02 pm


Dask Gallery, voted “Best cultural experience in Copenhagen” this year, will exhibit 36 images from the “Consequences by NOOR” photographic project on climate change. Prints will be sold along with a selection of books by each of the photographers.

Join NOOR at the Dask Gallery during the United National Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.

DASK Gallery
Flæsketorvet 24
1711 Copenhagen V

Exhibition opens Tuesday, the 8th of December


Path of Destruction: Mountain Pine Beetles in British Columbia
By Nina Berman

THE FIRES WITHIN: The Burning Coalfields of Jharia, India
By Philip Blenkinsop

BLACKFIELDS: Poland’s Coal Industry
By Pep Bonet

Maldives: A Paradise in Peril
By Francesco Zizola

DARFUR: A Climate Change Conflict
By Jan Grarup

Shadows of Change
By Stanley Greene

RUSSIA: Karabash and the Yamal Peninsula
By Yuri Kozyrev

By Jon Lowenstein

BRAZIL’S RANGE WAR: Assault on the Amazon
By Kadir van Lohuizen

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COP15 Opens in 32 Days – Consequences by NOOR to Debut in Copenhagen

Posted by admin | COP15 | Thursday 5 November 2009 5:14 am

On December 7th the world will turn its attention to Copenhagen and COP15, the United National Climate Change Conference. More than 15,000 officials, advisers, diplomats, journalists and campaigners will be joined by heads of state and government officials to address the critical issues surrounding climate change.

NOOR photographers traveled the world documenting the devastating effects of climate change on millions of people and will launch a photographic exhibition of their ground breaking work during the conference. These photographs show not what might happen in the future but what is happening today.

Join us in Copenhagen as we encourage the world to take a serious look at how climate change is affecting the lives of millions of people.

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