At the conference, a Scream was made with solar lamps. The lamps will travel to Myanmar, to be used in schools without electricity.
The Scream from Nature is an art project that invites you to take action for the environment. As a contemporary interpretation of Munch’s masterpiece the Scream, the iconic anxiety-ridden face is recreated outdoors in nature. Munch wrote about the Scream motif: “I felt a huge unending scream course through nature”. Now we hear other screams from nature, like droughts, floods, extreme weather, melting glaciers and mass-extinction of species. Initiated by Norwegian artist Lise Wulff, the project collaborates with Munch150, Pure CSR, Bellona and UNEP.
The Partnership for Change foundation seeks to connect, inspire and act for social innovation. By supporting social entrepreneurs with competence, network and funding, they aim for social, financial and environmental sustainability.
The SunTurtle by BR!GHT Products is an affordable and adaptable solar lamp that recently received the RedDot Design Award. When used to replace kerosene lamps in rural Asia or Africa it will save the family fuel expenses, reduce indoor air pollution, improve safety for women and make studies and entrepreneurial activities easier.
Pangea supports projects spreading information about the environment and how to reduce the ecological footprint. The funding is based on the credit card Pangea Ecocard, where 1% of the payments is directed towards positive environmental actions