This was the biggest Art For the Sky project to date! In September, 2009, 5000 students and teachers from 21 schools in Uden, Holland formed a version of their local windmill and depicted tulips for the blades to symbolize a badly needed new global vision for our relationship with the sky. 350 is the most important number in the world! Why? 350 parts per million (ppm) is the safe upper limit of carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere. It’s the number agreed upon by many of the world’s leading scientists and recently endorsed by 80 countries (not the US). We need to reduce our parts per million of carbon emissions down to this number if we are to survive this era of global climate change. Right now it is at 390 and rising. See 350.org for more information.
The video is set to the national song for Uden's province performed during the event with special words relating to the art written by project leader, Dorry Arts.