It’s easy to get bogged down in the debate and forget the human face of climate change. Climate change is not just an abstract debate over statistics – it’s about people and the impacts they’re facing but it’s also about people taking action. Yet, the stories are often untold. UN Environment has teamed up with renowned photo-journalists to put a face on some of the good initiatives underway. For the first time, this series of images will reveal these extraordinary ‘Faces of Change’ to the rest of the world. Presentation  brochure.
Date: 7 – 18 November 2016
Location: Green Zone

Shaping Forests - Exhibition of Photo Contest Winners
UN Environment will be exhibiting the winners of the #ShapingForests photography competition, where the public was asked to submit images of a beautiful shape in a forest and tell the story of the significance of forests to their community. See photos.
Date: 16 November 2016
Location: Global Landscapes Forum, Kenzi Club Agdal Medina 

Climat, l’expo à 360° 
The “Climate, the 360° exhibition” jointly organized by La Cité des Sciences and UN Environment for COP21 in Paris is being hosted by Casablanca railway station as part of COP22 activities in Morocco. This exhibition offers a two folded approach scientific and artistic. An exhibition of giant photos by the photographer Kadir van Lohuizen part of the “Where will we go? The human impact of sea level rise" project draws the visitor's attention to the consequences of the rise in sea levels as well as solutions being implemented by local communities around the world.   More
Date: 17 Oct. – 30 Nov.  2016
Location: Gare Casa-Port, Casablanca, Morocco

Financing the Change
Date: 14 – 15 November 2016
Location: Sustainable Innovation Forum, Four Seasons, Marrakech.  Download poster


Country Level Impacts of Climate Change (CLICC)
The CLICC project is creating a common process to enable countries to communicate their climate impacts and vulnerabilities in a more consistent and transparent way. Multimedia installation.
Date: 7 – 18 November 2016
Location: Blue Zone

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