World Food Programme’s Climate Change Exhibition in UN-City in Copenhangen, Denmark
Client: World Food Programme, Nordic Office, Copenhagen
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.
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.
Facts / Organisaion: WFP, Nordic Office, Copenhagen. Idea and design: Maiken Lyster Thonke, Lysth. Manufacturer: Various
Photo credit on this page WFP, UN City