Tuesday, June 12, 2007

World Environment Day at Temple Quay


We went to Temple Quay business centre in Bristol on World Environment Day. This is a United Nations initiative and the theme this year was the melting of the ice caps. The Green Movement performed again to much curiosity. We invited children from Hannah More environmental school - its just around the corner. We had previously chalked an outline of the earth with the Chalk Revolution. The children were invited to fill in the continents and we gave them stencils of the Green Map System icons to brighten up the plaza. Thanks to the Sustainable City team at Bristol City Council for its generous support. Photos are online and we hope to have a movie made by students of City of Bristol College up shortly. We also now have a MySpace set up with some videos to watch.

2 comments:

Kate Andrews said...

The Green Movement team is just simply marvellous; I am completely hooked on the contemporary art twist, adding humour to a serious cause. I shall be making a review on some related Social Design Networks.

Thank you for the heads up to this Bristol event.

Julie said...

This is a United Nations initiative and the theme this year was the melting of the ice caps.
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