In November we launched a townwide projection mapping project across 5 historic buildings to raise awareness on the subject of global warming.

“Drawdown” highlights ways to reverse the effects of climate change, and is based on the scientific research from Project Drawdown, a comprehensive plan to reverse global warming, developed by an international coalition of leading researchers, scientists and policymakers. Their report ranks the top 100 ways to reverse climate change, with #1 being the most effective in sequestering carbon from the environment.

The work screened from Oct 25th to Nov 04th and will screen again from 01 – 12 Nov 2021 as part of COP26 in Glasgow. 

Combating Climate Change – A Team Effort

This project was developed in Partnership with Collusion and supported by the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West NorfolkArts Council EnglandNorfolk & Norwich FestivalDiscover King’s Lynn BIDNorfolk County Council and the Audrey Muriel Stratford Trust.

Filmed by Gavin Toomey /// Photos by Matthew Usher.

More about this project can be found on our partner’s website here 

More about Project Drawdown, the scientific research group, can be found here

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