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31 January 2013

Environmental sustainability exhibition to open at Hackney Museum

A NEW exhibition at Hackney Museum is offering a snapshot of urban sustainability at a local level.

Emerging photographer Colin Cafferty is interested in engaging the public on energy, sustainability and environmental issues.

Through his exhibition he hopes to raise awareness of – and inspire action on – climate change through the power of photography.

Colin says: "Hackney has the largest expanse of green space in inner city London, buy can we take this as a symbol for how green the borough is in general?

"Environmental sustainability looks beyond short-term gains to the longer-term impacts of human activity on the natural world, in a holistic way."

The exhibition, which showcases ten photographs, runs from 5 to 23 February at Hackney Museum. Free entry.

For more info, visit: www.hackney.gov.uk/museum-exhibitions.htm; or www.climatechangecafe.com

Environmental photography exhibition to open at Hackney Museum

Environmental photography exhibition to open at Hackney Museum

Environmental photography exhibition to open at Hackney Museum

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