Climate Activists Create Art That Can Be Seen from Space
By Bryan Farrell
Tuesday, November 23, 2010 at 11:36 AM
What's being called "the first planet-scale group art show" began over the weekend, as climate activists in several countries gathered to create symbolic images that could be seen from space. In Spain, citizens created a maze in the form of a young girl's face who is afraid the Delta del Ebro will be destroyed by climate change. Meanwhile, in New Mexico, a thousand Girl Scouts and residents holding blue tarps formed a human "flash flood" in the dry remains of the Santa Fe River bed to show what it could look like if water still flowed there.