WFP Climate Change Exhibition / Denmark



World Food Programme’s Climate Change Exhibition in UN-City in Copenhangen, Denmark

Client: World Food Programme, Nordic Office, Copenhagen

This exhibition is showcasing how WFP and partners are working to move from crisis response to anticipatoryaction and from saving lives to changing lives through innovative and scalable solutions.

The climate crisis is no longer a glimpse into the future but the daily reality for communities around the world. 3.6 billion people live in areas that are highly vulnerable to climate change – accounting for
over 40% of the global population. Climate extremes are one of theleading causes of food insecurity globally.

As world leaders are preparing for the largest annual global gathering on climate action, COP27, the exhibition showcases the need for innovative and scalable solutions to help food insecure people prepare for, respond to and recover from climate shocks and stresses.
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In this exhibition we want visitors to experience the long term effects of the climate change and the long term effects of the soultions WFP  provides. Hence the long format in banners and display areas.


Furthermore, in order to make the exhibition as sustainable as possible:

  • The exhibition is scalable in size in order to work in different locations around the world. Likewise can content be adapted to fit different purposes.
  • Podiums are made by “free” material widely available (Euro pallets).
  • Print on recycled carton that can be reused as solitary 3D items.
  • Banner can be used or upcycled (e.g. washed and sewed).
  • Carpet is made from recycled material and will be taken back to supplier and reused.
  • Use of already existing projectors, screens, stages and stage backdrop holder (elements already available in UN City Copenhagen).

A Climate Change panel discussion will launch the exhibition.














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Facts / Organisaion: WFP, Nordic Office, Copenhagen. Idea and design: Maiken Lyster Thonke, Lysth. Manufacturer: Various

Photo credit on this page  WFP, UN City