• Whole Earth
Art and exhibitions Saturday 1st Oct 2016 9.00-7.00pm, Monday-Friday
Until Wednesday 22nd Mar 2017
Whole Earth?
WHOLE EARTH? is a sustainability-themed photographic exhibition, originally launched in September 2015 at The Eden Project in Cornwall

Hard Rain Project and the National Union of Students launched the WHOLE EARTH? exhibition at the Eden Project, and at universities and schools in the UK and Scandinavia, in autumn 2015. It is based on the premise that the future belongs to today's young people - and that students and universities everywhere have a major role in making society more sustainable. The purpose is to raise awareness on sustainable development issues, as well as giving students and their tutors the opportunity to express the kind of world they would like to live in.

The underlying goal of WHOLE EARTH? is to promote solutions that address the broad challenges of climate change, poverty eradication, environmental protection and sustainable consumption and production.

Mark Edwards is the key driver behind the exhibition and it was his photos that were exclusively used in Hard Rain, the forerunner to WHOLE EARTH?. He stated: “Most universities and colleges struggle to get sustainable issues across to young people who have a lot on their mind.”

Hosted by London South Bank University’s Sustainability Team.

The Clarence Centre courtyard
6 Saint George's Circus
London SE1 6FE