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Presentation given by Andrea van Meygaarden at the Inspiring Change Gathering in Cape Town, South Africa on 18 November 2011. www.ClimateSmartCapeTown.co.za/events/inspiringchange

Presentation given by Andrea van Meygaarden at the Inspiring Change Gathering in Cape Town, South Africa on 18 November 2011. www.ClimateSmartCapeTown.co.za/events/inspiringchange

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  • 16 cities
  • 3,000 students form an enormous elephant with rising seas below to ask world leaders to not ignore the "elephant in the room" -- climate change.
  • Delta del Ebro -- Citizens from the Delta del Ebro region joined renowned urban-artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada to form a giant representation of the face of a young girl who wishes to see the Delta survive the threat of climate change.
  • 70 solar cookers
  • Over 100 youth trekked out to the Egyptian desert to create a giant "solar scarab" Using the scarab and the sun in this art piece is both a reminder of the integral part the sun has always played in Egyptian history, and a call for re-examining our modern relationship to this most abundant source of clean energy.
  • Besides actual art projects, 350 holds global days of action where organisations and Individuals are encouraged to organise their own events.
  • 2009 - 5200 events. Art with photos
  • 4700 school children
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