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350 Earth

  • Posted by Neil Simonton on November 25, 2010 in Art
  • As we approach the second round of the UN climate talks, Bill McKibben and are putting on what may be the world's biggest art exhibition, ever. With many works viewable from space, the campaign urges world leaders to reduce acceptable carbon emissions from 388 t0 350 parts per million — scientists' safe target for stabilizing CO2 levels in the atmosphere. So far, pledges made by nations are nowhere near what's needed to put a lid on global warming.

    Here are a few photos of installations from the Thom Yorke-approved art project, which wraps this Sunday (check the 350 EARTH to see how to get involved).


    Delta del Obro, Spain

    Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

    New Delhi, India

    Mexico City, Mexico

    Santa Fe, NM





    Colorful Commotion

  • In Berlin, a guerrilla art project makes unwilling artists out of cars.
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  • Eco Finger Paint

  • Safe and natural creative fun for kids
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  • Mariko Mori Announces Island Earthwork

  • Environmental installation to be erected off the coast of Okinawa.
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