“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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