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16:59 24 February 2024
Post by: WBJ

Puppet Parade for Climate Action: A 20,000km Trek

Puppet Parade for Climate Action: A 20,000km Trek
Source: Photo by Catholic Church England and Wales on Flickr

The team behind Little Amal, the refugee awareness puppet, is back with an ambitious project: The Herd. This 20,000km trek across continents features dozens of animal puppets, aiming to spark a global conversation about climate change.

"Climate change is the biggest story," artist, Amir Nizar Zuabi, said.

The Herd, unlike technical reports, offers a visceral experience.

Starting in West Africa in 2025, the core herd representing Serengeti animals will be joined by local puppets at each stop, creating a growing symbol of interconnectedness. 

This emotional journey aims to foster deeper engagement with the climate crisis, inspiring action through the plight of migrating animals and the delicate balance of ecosystems.

(The Guardian


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