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We asked people from all over the world to tell their climate change story at the Luminous Green workshop. Listen and tell your climate change story here.
Singaporean Yeow Ching Shiang explains why ‘Christmas every day’ is not as good as it sounds
Dr. Lanfranco Aceti discusses desertification in Italy and the influence of the US on Italian culture
Jura Kaario speaks of his experiences in Finland growing up near a frozen lake
Singaporean designer Jeremy Sun Ting Kung talks about growing up in Taiwan and how design can change behavior
Isrizal, a Singaporean activist, talks about the loss of his boyhood home and learning how to ask permission to impact the environment
October 25th, 2008 - Eyebeam, NY - closing panel and discussion for untethered
After the reactor accident at Chernobyl in 1986, she found her true calling: since then, Cornelia Hesse-Honegger has been studying and drawing malformed insects, especially true bugs (Heteroptera), which she collects in fallout areas and in the periphery of nuclear facilities. Building on her 25 years of experience as a scientific illustrator at the Natural History Museum of the University of Zurich (Switzerland), she has created beautiful evidence of a threatened animal world, which has been displayed in international art galleries. Together with the former scientific editor Peter Wallimann, Hesse-Honegger has now summarized her comprehensive studies in the journal Chemistry & Biodiversity.
October 6th, 2008 - Concordia University - Tangible Media and Physical Computing