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Siri Vogt sent us nature's interpretations of The Scream from Nature :) ...

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This Scream from Nature was made during the opening of Norway Cup in 2013, a football tournament gathering youth from all over the world. Today, at the same place, during the same event, a book on how to arrange eco friendly events will be launched. Our Scream from Nature is part of the book :) The book is a collaboration between Greener Events Foundation and Norges idrettsforbund, and supported by Sparebankstiftelsen DNB. The Scream event in 2013 was done by the founder of The Scream from Nature, artist Lise Wulff, in collaboration with artist Branislav Nikolic and photographer Tommaso Bonaventura, PureCSR Stine Lise Hattestad Bratsberg, Norway Cup - world's largest youth soccer tournament, and also supported by Sparebankstiftelsen DNB and Oslo kommune Kulturetaten. Measuring 70 x 50 meters, and with the sound of approximately 4.000 people actually screaming, the Scream from Nature carried through at Norway Cup was both large and loud! www.thescreamfromnature.com/index.php/lens_portfolio/noway_cup_screaming/ ...

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New info poster is up at the Experimental Archaeology Centre in Atapuerca where 700 trees were planted in the shape of The Scream from Nature. Poster text in Spanish and English follows:

El Grito de la Naturaleza tiene como objetivo concienciar a la sociedad sobre la relación entre el ser humano y la naturaleza. Iniciado y desarrollado por la artista noruega Lise Wulff, el proyecto se basa en la interpretación de la pintura El Grito del artista noruego Edvard Munch. El rostro de la cara icónica se recrea en gran formato al aire libre.

El atronador sonido de El Grito es interpretado 100 años después como una llamada de auxilio de la naturaleza. El proyecto invita a que las personas de todo el mundo reinterpreten artísticamente este agudo lamento de nuestro mundo natural, afectado por nuestro modo de vida.

El Grito de la Naturaleza fue parte del programa oficial del 150 aniversario de Edvard Munch y en el colaboró el área de Medio Ambiente de la ONU. Desde su lanzamiento en 2012 han participado miles de personas. En 2016, en cooperación con el Museo de la Evolución Humana (Junta de Castilla y León), el ayuntamiento de Atapuerca y las Embajadas de Noruega, Holanda, Francia, Sudáfrica, Italia y Alemania, se plantaron 700 majuelos junto al Centro de Arqueología Experimental en Atapuerca, dentro del proyecto de la ONG Unbosqueparaelplanetatierra. El crecimiento de los arboles, asi como los cambios estacionales, van a ser documentados durante los años que vienen.
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The Scream from Nature aims to raise consciousness about the relationship between humans and nature. The project is a contemporary interpretation of Edvard Munch’s masterpiece The Scream, in which the iconic anxiety-ridden face is recreated outdoors in nature.

Munch wrote several texts about The Scream motif, the most poignant among these being: “I felt a huge unending scream course through nature”. Now, more than 100 years later, we can hear other screams from nature; droughts, floods, extreme weather, melting glaciers and mass-extinction of animal and plant species are some of the challenges the world faces today.

The Scream from Nature was part of the official celebration of Edvard Munch’s 150th anniversary, and it collaborates with the United Nations Environment Programme. Since the project launch in December 2012, thousands of people have participated all over the world. In 2016, in cooperation with the Human Evolution Museum, the Government of Castilla y León, the City Council of Atapuerca, as well as the embassies of Norway, the Netherlands, France, South-Africa, Italy and Germany, 700 trees were planted outside the Experimental Archaeology Centre in Atapuerca, within the project of the NGO A Forest for the Planet Earth. The growth of the trees, as well as the seasonal changes, will be documented throughout the years to come.
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#sharingethegoodstories: 2 tons of garbage removed from the sea by divers and iSekk :) ...

iSekk setter pris på folk som passer på naturen, derfor sponset vi dykkergjengen da de fjernet nesten to tonn med søppel fra havbunnen :D

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The Scream from Nature at Mitt grønne Oslo #ecofestival #100cards for the United Nations #ecoart ...

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