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17 September

CONGRATULATIONS!  23 talented and passionate artists have been selected in our first edition of Art for Climate Change. Our artists tell the collective story of climate change today. Featuring Diane Tuft & Luca Artioli Introducing Alia Ali, Alina Kryzhanovsky, Anti nuke, Cesar Ceballos, Chris Jerrey, Christiaan Diedericks, Daniel Rollitt, Demian Schopf, Francesca Ciaudano, Guillaume Arnoud, Leila Pinto, […]

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03 July

Platforme Planet Earth is delighted to partner with ClimateCare! Who is ClimateCare?   Climate+Care approach The trademark Climate+Care approach puts climate action at the heart of delivering the UN Global Goals. By taking an integrated approach to tackling climate and sustainable development challenges we deliver results that are best for people, best for the planet and best […]

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20 June

The Otter Gallery, aka TOG, adventure started in 2018 as an innovative and modern photography exhibition project. The concept has been inspired by travels and art experiences across the Wynwood Art Walls in Miami, the murals of Williamsburg in Brooklyn New York, Street-art from Chicago and Shoreditch London. We eventually found our purpose in supporting […]

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04 May

Platforme Planet Earth provides a unique opportunity to showcase your work on a Global Media Outlet  In partnership with ikonotv, Platforme Planet Earth now has a dedicated channel to publish climate change themed art. It will include original content and a selection of our artists’ existing work – to be shown as video or short […]

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17 April

A Digital Exhibition – Open Call to All Artists Thank you! to all artists who submitted their work on the Platforme Planet Earth website. All submissions received by July 31, 2021 are eligible to be part of the first Platforme Planet Earth digital exhibition – entitled Art for Climate Change. Artists are encouraged to continue […]

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08 July

10 ways to reduce your digital carbon footprint Oliver Forster, Director of Corporate Partnerships at ClimateCare  Over the past year many businesses have seen their emissions fall due to the lack of business-related travel. However, dig into the data a bit more and we can see that, whilst overall emissions have indeed gone down due […]

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08 July

50 Ideas for Shrinking Your Carbon Footprint Published 4th April 2019 by ClimateCare Want to know how to reduce your impact? Here are 50 ideas. Use our calculators to look at the size of your emissions. As well as offsetting them right now, you can take other measures to shrink your carbon footprint directly. There are many ways to […]

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05 July

Gina Costa is a photographic artist, independent curator and museum professional. Her photographs are featured in private collections across the United States and Europe, including the oldest and most prestigious archive of photography, The Alinari Archive, Firenze, Italia. She is a 2019 and 2018 recipient of the Julia Margaret Cameron award. Costa earned her graduate […]

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05 July

Savita Apte is an Art Historian specializing in Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art and has been actively involved in South Asian art since 1989. She holds a postgraduate diploma in Asian Art and a Masters in Post War and Contemporary Art and her doctoral thesis is on the Progressive Artists Group and Modernism in […]

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01 June

World Ocean Day! On World Ocean Day, people everywhere can celebrate and take action for our shared ocean, which connects us all. Get together with your family, community, and /or your company, and join with millions of others around our blue planet to start creating a better future. By working together, we can — and will — […]

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04 May

Excerpts from mashable Apr 21, 2021 The world’s largest iceberg has almost completely melted into nothing after breaking away from Antarctica in approximately four years ago, claims an update by the U.S. National Ice Center (USNIC). The iceberg, which was named A68, detached itself from the Larson C Ice Shelf at the edge of the Antarctic Peninsula […]

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