Photographic and art exhibition: “The ocean as a climate regulator”.
The French Facility for Global Environment (FFEM) organises the exhibition “The ocean as a climate regulator” – Photographic and art exhibition.
Virtual visit below:
During the conference, a photographic & art exhibition will be held at the Oceania Art Gallery of USP from June the 6th to June the 14th. To launch the exhibition, several events will be organised at the Oceania centre between the 7th and the 8th. The opening will take place on June the 8th at 6pm.
During the conference, a photographic and art exhibition will be held at the Oceania Art Gallery of USP from June the 6th to June the 14th.
Though testimonies of researchers and photographic and pictorial works, the exhibition invites us to a discovery of marine and coastal ecosystems. Authors share their wonder at the extraordinary regulation capacity of these ecosystems, the complexity of their interactions and biodiversity, which contribute to strengthening the stability and the resilience of our planet.
In addition to lauding our planet’s marine biodiversity, this exhibition aims to help decision makers and the general public better understand the Blue Planet’s role in terms of climate and the importance of taking this into account for every twenty-first century policy decision.
Tara Expedition will also organize a photographic exhibition on its journey, hosted at the French Alliance (French Cultural Centre – Centre Janette Gatty, located at 20 Desvoeux Road, Suva).