Geneva Photography Students’ Work Displayed at the UN in the 2017 Green Cross Exhibition

Sep. 7, 2017

Geneva Photography Students’ Work Displayed in 2017 Green Cross Exhibition

Eight photography students from Webster Geneva were selected to participate in the “Future We Want exhibition,” sponsored annually since 2011 by Green Cross International.

The 2017 exhibit will be featured at the United Nations in Geneva and at COP23, a climate change conference, in Bonn, Germany from Sept. 5-30.

Participating students include Luka Dacic, Thanalay Tachapanich, Athena Carey, Maya Komarova, Tino D'Arpa, Jennifer Fetcho, Karina Ivankova and Grigory Loginov. Francesco Arese Visconti is their instructor.

The students submitted photos taken in Tuscany as part of a research project on eco-villages. Their work illustrates developmental issues such as solutions for clean energy, water and food security, and sustainable livelihoods. 

See the original story at Webster Geneva.

About Green Cross International

The Green Cross was launched in 1993 following an Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, where delegates called for the creation of a civil society organization to deliver global environmental solutions, a “Red Cross for the environment.”

 

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