"Hey Kali, thanks that's fantastic!
Of course I don't mind transcontinental reasons to act... It'd be great to get some international perspectives adding to my project. We're lucky to still be fairly sheltered from reality here…"
I hope you don't mind transcontinental reasons to act??
I was so inspired by your project that I sent it out to our Australian Science Communicators (ASC) members and subscribers with the following note copied below. I will be…"
Hey! Here's an opportunity to share your passion on the topic of climate change with the Wellington public.I'm a design student at Massey and am basing my final year project around 350 and 'civic voice'. In other words, I'm on a mission to collect 350 reasons to act on climate change so that I can turn these reasons into a street art campaign. The idea is that the diversity of reasons for wanting action is as great as the diversity of people that climate change will affect – which ultimately,…See More
350.org.nz launches the NZ conversation to meet the challenge of stabilising atmospheric GHG concentrations at 350ppm...inviting New Zealander's to get involved in the international effort to protect our climate.See More
I love the reverse graffiti (heard about from Lorelei)- I have a friend with a commercial waterblaster (and watertank on truck) if you want to try something on a bigger scale? I thought about those big silos on the wharf you can see from the motorway, hard to access but. Or find/draw a globe with a speech bubble saying the classic line "clean me!"
Hi Alana - I just had a peek at the 350 reasons video on Vimeo... and wanted to tell you how awesome this project is (as if you didn't know). I'd been on your blog when it first started, but it's great to see it documented via video too. Seriously inspiring stuff. Love your work!
Also - coming from a design background myself - you might be interested to check out 'social design' and the was designers can support ideas and the implementation of sustainability... if you haven't already. The more creative thinkers the better!