It is my greatest pleasure to announce that my award-winning environmental art will be exhibited at the British Pavilion at UNFCCC COP23 in Bonn between 15 and 17 November 2017. Environmental art could be a new language to reach the hearts and minds of a wider public with a strong environmental message. Our executive education programmes have reached out to 52 countries around the world and attracted UNDP, UNEP, ILO, IUCN, OECD, WWF staff, representatives of Shell and Deloitte as well as participants from leading universities. You can see the map of our alumni on our website: http://environmenteurope.org/
Our great hope is that through Environmental Art we will be able to fund-raise the necessary £12 mln to expand our executive education programme, establish a permanent research facility and be able to offer scholarships for participants from the developing countries in Latin America, Africa and Asia. You are welcome to see and share the video we made about this campaign. We are also fundraising for a new environmental photography album. Direct donations could be made via: http://environmenteurope.org/contact-us
There will be a unique opportunity to meet me at the British Pavilion from 14:00 on 15th November, I will be happy to talk about environmental art, education, sustainability research and partnerships.
Image (c) Stanislav Shmelev