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Moving Towards a Balanced Earth: Kick the Carbon Habit

Lowering Carbon Emissions 2008 World Environment Day, New Zealand – The Natural World Museum (NWM) in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) created a traveling exhibit entitled Moving Towards a Balanced Earth: Kick the Carbon Habit. Debuting at 

Envisioning Change: Melting Ice/A Hot Topic

In 2007, the traveling exhibition Melting Ice/A Hot Topic: Envisioning Change opened at the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo, Norway exploring questions about climate change. The exhibit was the result of the exploration by 40 artists from 25 countries. Read more»

Deserts & Desertification – Don’t Desert Drylands

Artists participating in the Art for the Environment initiative exhibit Deserts & Desertification represented desert life from Algeria, Ethiopia, Kenya, Namibia, Mali, and the United States. Read more»

Environmental Renaissance Exhibit

Natural World Museum’s exhibit Environmental Renaissance in San Francisco explored how our daily habits contribute to environmental issues and shared how to take personal action in being part of the solution. Read more»

Tree on Life Support

Tree On Life-Support was installed as a permanent exhibition at UNEP in Gigiri, Nairobi Kenya on March 31, 2006, and features a living tree on life-support designed by French artist J.C. Didier, a work of art commissioned by NWM and donated to UNEP. Read more»

Urban Jungle Environmental Art Expo

Natural World Museum (NWM), with the assistance of The Baum Foundation and the Meridian Health Foundation, conceptualized, created, and produced a 25,000 square foot environmental art exposition for the 2005 World Environment Day. Read more»

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