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2016 Feb 04th

‘The Future We Want’ exhibit to return in September 2016!

Green Cross International will launch another edition of ‘The Future We Want’ photo exhibition in September 2016.

As in 2015, a selection of images from Green Cross activities around the world will be shown alongside photographs from other organisations contributing to a future of sustainable and inclusive development.

We are also working to bring a selection of images to COP22 in Marrakech, Morocco, to be displayed for delegates and the public there, following on from the exhibit Green Cross put on in Paris during COP21.

The Exhibition theme, ‘The Future We Want’, is about showcasing solutions for a sustainable future – moving the conversation forward on how a green and inclusive economy improves food and energy security, creates jobs and reduces inequality. We need an emphasis on global climate action as an opportunity for new technologies and innovation, new businesses and industries, an end to poverty, and the ecologically sound management of waste and its resulting pollution.

Green Cross is also offering partner organisations the opportunity to present their solutions and perspectives as we approach the next COP, showing the range of activities being pursued across different sectors.

 

About the display:

  • 60 panels will be printed.
  • Each display will consist of a 1245mm x 1995mm image (portrait format) and brief text. All photos should have a resolution of 300dpi (150dpi is the minimum) at that size.
  • All images submitted should illustrate the theme described above. Send us your examples! They must be submitted to the selection committee by 31 May, 2016.
  • The expo will run from 1 to 30 September, 2016.

 

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