A Creative Collaboration With Eric Valli To ''Win Hearts Not Just Heads''
Information contained on this page is provided by an independent third party content provider. WorldNow and this Station make no warranties or representations in connection therewith. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ has announced a major creative collaboration with the distinguished photographer Eric Valli which aims to use film as a positive medium to generate empathy and awareness about the importance of clean, sustainable water sources.Yangtze a photographic project which tells the stories of the communities living along the great Yangtze River, was previewed yesterday by Eric Valli at the closing session of the Nature Conservancy Global Water Summit.During a panel talk entitled "Entertainment as a Conservation Strategy", Valli argued that the best way of raising environmental awareness was to inspire new audiences with an appreciation of the beauty of our natural landscapes, not "with doomladen statistics"." Yangtze started with a basic observation: as human beings we have a tendency to forget numbers, data and things we don like to hear about," Valli told an audience of 400 scientists, practitioners, corporate leaders and policy makers at the Art Institute of Chicago Rubloff Auditorium. "But we remember what emotionally touches us beauty, tenderness, passion for the rest of our lives. So instead of bombarding people with data and gloomy statistics, we decided "Anadrol 50" to do the opposite. We wanted to make them aware of the beauty of their own heritage and traditions; to make them proud; to motivate them to act rather than discouraging them with guilt."The award winning photographer was joined by film maker Jamie Redford and Producer Dave Allen in a panel discussion exploring the role of media and entertainment in "winning hearts, not just heads" by generating awareness and inspiring consumers to action around environmental issues like the importance of clean water. commissioned Eric Valli to spend six months documenting the lives of communities around the locations of its Waterschools along the Yangtze river. The Waterschool China is a not Turinabol Once Or Twice A Day for profit organisation which has been working in the Yangtze basin since 2008. It is active in nine regions along the Yangtze from the source in the Tibetan plateau down to the river mouth were it flows into the Chinese sea. Working alongside the Shangri La Institute and with the support of local governments and the Ministry of Education in Shanghai, the program teaches in 59 schools and will have reached 200,000 children by the end of 2014. Founded in Austria 15 years ago and now a global network located on some of the world greatest rivers, teach children and their families about the importance of clean, sustainable water sources through engaging images "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" and storytelling.Nadja , Member of the Executive Board, commented: "Our global water challenges call for creative solutions, so we are thrilled and honoured to collaborate with Eric Valli on this exciting project, which "Anaboliset Aineet" tells the uplifting story of communities living in harmony with "Anaboliset Aineet" their environment and their river."It was an abundance of fresh water that first drew our founder, Daniel , to the Alpine valley where our company is still headquartered today. But water Testosterone Propionate Kulturizmas is not just Winstrol W Tabletkach Cena a key element in our production, it also flows through the culture and philosophy of our business, and it inspired the Waterschool program. We hope that Eric beautiful images will bring to vivid life the urgent issues around our reliance on water, elevating the story of water through creativity."Images from Living Yangtze by Eric Valli for will be published in a book "buy cheap jintropin online" next year, accompanied by an exhibition of images and short filmsEric ValliRenowned photographer and film director Eric Valli was born in 1952 in Dijon, eastern France. He originally trained as a cabinet maker, but has spent most of his career as a geographical photographer. Since 1981 Eric has captured on camera some of the most inaccessible locations in the world, working for titles such as National Geographic, Life, GEO, Paris Match, Stern and Smithsonian magazines, and The Sunday Times of London.Eric specializes in mountain scenery and is an expert on the Himalayas, in particular Nepal, Tibet and Afghanistan. The film received an Academy Award nomination for best documentary. In 1999 he directed the adventure story Himalaya a tale of survival in the mountain region which became the first Nepalese film to receive an Academy Award nomination for best foreign film. Eric has published 14 books to date, including in 2006 The Sky Will Be My Roof, a memoir of adventure and travel. In total, his photography has been recognized with three World Press Awards. In addition he has shot commercial work for Hermes and Louis Vuitton. For his most recent project a book and film about the Yangtze river in China, made in conjunction with Eric spent six months documenting life along the world third largest waterway. The objectives of the are to create awareness of the fact that water is essential to our survival; to teach the principles of sustainable water management; and to provide clean drinking water and water sanitation in schools and surrounding communities where the Waterschool program is active.Fifteen years ago the first Waterschool was established on Austria Inn River. Since then has set up Waterschools around the globe on the world greatest rivers in India Ganges Delta, on China Yangtze River, in Uganda Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, and in the Amazon Forest of Brazil. The program has reached 200,000 children and their families and been taught in 2,655 schools worldwide. 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