UNESCO host ESD-winning photo exhibition at headquarter


A Citizen's Guide to the Goals. Exhibition displayed at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris. Photo: UNESCO

The UNESCO-Japan Prize on ESD winner and non-profit organization Hard Rain Project is showing the exhibition “WHOLE EARTH? A citizen’s guide to the Sustainable Development Goals (and how to save the world)" on the railings of UNESCO Headquarters in Paris. 

The exhibition, displayed from 12 to 30 April 2018, explains the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to a global audience. It was initially designed in 2015 to propose new ways of thinking and incite visitors, particularly university students, to action. It has been touring universities around the world since.

With the support of UNESCO, the UK Permanent Delegation to UNESCO and the UK National Commission for UNESCO, the Hard Rain Project has now adapted “WHOLE EARTH?” to the SDGs, to raise awareness of sustainability challenges and solutions among an even larger public.

The full exhibition is published on www.wholeearth.unesco.org.uk

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