4 June until 6 June 2019

Duration of the exhibition: 18.00-22.00

Opening: Wednesday 5 June 2019, at 20:00.

 The exhibition will continue from 26 June until the 1st of september 2019

“We do not own our world, we are a part of it” 

(Aboriginal proverb)

A photographic account of a life changing experience.

In order to celebrate the World Environment Day on the 5th June 2019, the Green Project organisation presents in the context of the Athens Photo Festival 2019, the original photography material produced during an extraordinary environmental journey in the summer of 2019 in Australia, from Melbourne to Perth. It records the importance of the coexistence of the Renewable energy technology innovation and the traditional environmental knowledge of Australian Aborigines, within the UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. The in-depth knowledge of Australian best environmental practices could become a valuable source of inspiration in developing Renewables in Greece, as well as in preventing environmental disasters like the wildfires which devastated Attica, last year.

From the 5th up to the 31st August 2018, 26 never-ending days and nights packed with spectacular images out of this world. 5 federated states, i.e. Tasmania Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia. 2 federal territories, i.e. Australian Capital Territory and Northern Territory. 13.110 kilometers of driving eco-friendly motor homes with solar panels, on snow and ice, through rivers and mud, near marine ecosystems, across the desert and droughty lands, tropical rainforests and bushlands, along glaciation and alpine areas, etc.

We believe in the power of photography to change our world!

Join us in our next environmental journeys:

“Green Project in Crete: Iris 2019”

“Green Project in Japan-Alaska 2020”

Curator: Yannis Tzortzis, RPS

Participants: Yannis Anastasopoulos, Katerina Charterou, Kassiani Kaltezioti, Valeria Kaltezioti, Vassiliki Kassoumi, Aggelos Katsaggelos, Dimitris Paterakis, Jason Tavlas, Yannis Tzortzis, Kostis Vardas and Sandy Vergitsi.

Information: Dr Yannis Tzortzis, President, Green Project

Attorney at Law at the Supreme Court, Regulatory Authority for Energy, Greece

Member, Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain

tel. +30 6974 796797, email: ytzortzis@gmail.com

Free Entrance!

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