Each event features an exhibition of silver halide photographic murals, handmade one of a kind garments, presentations on the contribution that arts, literature and films have made to creating our global conservation movement; soundscapes, and film screenings to prompt engagement through a celebration of the beauty of our planet and the privilege of being sustained by it.
The issue of climate change is very much a civil and human rights issue impacting not only those currently on the planet but all the unborn generations which will inherit its impact.
Currently the environmental dialogue is being stifled by those reaping financial rewards from the lack of action. This means our voice is being suppressed and silenced through money and politics. It will take widespread support and willpower on community levels to create the momentum we need to steer away from the direction we are heading.