Discover the NOPLANETB photographic exhibition

8 June 2021

The Andalusian Fund of Municipalities for International Solidarity (FAMSI), has joined a partnership composed by six European countries to implement the project “There’s No Planet B: Win-win strategies and small actions for big impacts on climate change”. In the framework of this project a photographic exhibition has been created.

This project is co-funded by the European Union and Huelva Provincial Council in the framework of DEAR (Development Education and Awareness Raising) Programme, whose aim is to provide citizens tools to engage critically with global development issues, to foster new ideas and change attitudes.

For this purpose, #NOPLANETB project has aimed to reinforce the role that small and medium civil society organisations play in raising awareness to improve the critical understanding and the compromise and co-responsibility of the citizens in relation to the climate emergency, and sustainable development in a global and interdependent world.

In this way, there are more than 150 organisations in Germany, Spain, Hungary, Italy, Portugal and Romania that have promoted different global citizenship education and awareness-raising actions on the matter of climate change and sustainable lifestyle, promoting a social change of attitudes, values and behaviour habits needed to advance towards sustainability, in keeping with the challenges linked to the Sustainable Development Goals 11, 12 and 13 in the 2030 Agenda.

With the common thread of the bicycle, these 24 pictures taken by Antonio Pérez invite us to join a journey, pedalling in the same direction: a better world in sustainable, resilient, inclusive, innovative and committed cities and territories.

The climate crisis or climate emergency is not only a challenge, but it can also be understood as an opportunity to provoke a change in lifestyle that will allow the development of a fairer and more balanced world, where progress patterns refer to solidarity, equality, cooperation, participation and respect to human rights and sustainability.

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