The Climate Crisis: The Time To Act Is Now

Last August, 1000 little ice figures made an artistic stand against global warming in Berlin, Germany. Such a show had previously been performed in Brazil where Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo carved 1000 little ice men as a project for the World Wildlife Fund. It has also been replicated in France, Japan and Italy, but this is the first time that the public has been allowed to participate. The video brings home the message that time is running out to deal with this problem, which will affect each and every one of us.


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  1. How sadly fascinating! I can just see an array of ice people sitting at the Turn Around in Red Lake during Norseman Days. PatW

  2. Pat – you’re inspired!! I think we have to do it!

    I’ll start on that right after the “Leap in the Lake” for Earth day – which is gathering steam after my visit to Lakehead University last week, when a car full of folks said they’d come up to Red Lake for it!


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