Post your Vision of what you want the world to look like by 2030 at http://futurewewant.org. Read more
Great outcomes for BELLA GAIA at the 15th Annual Sonoma International Film Festival April 13-14, 2012. Read more
UNESCO’s work in the area of girls and science education was the focus of Conversations with Exceptional Women, an event sponsored by the Friends of the San Francisco Commission on the Status of Women and featuring Director-General Irina Bokova today.
The Baum Foundation created The Baum Award in 2001 to provide emerging photographers with resources and the means to pursue their art at a critical point in their career. Read more
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
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
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
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