One mom's solution to global warming

August 5, 2008 4:30:40 PM PDT
Mother Wendy Abrams has taken on the challenge of global warming by creating an art exhibit called Cool Globes to teach us how to take better care of our planet. Today is the San Francisco debut of Cool Globes.

WHAT: Cool Globes is public art with a purpose, featuring 40 larger-than-life custom-designed globes that depict simple solutions to global warming

WHEN: Exhibition: August 5 through October 13

WHERE: Exhibit: Crissy Field Promenade, located along the waterfront of San Francisco's Presidio -- to the north of Mason Street.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Visit www.coolglobes.com

THE EXHIBITION IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

About Cool Globes
"Cool Globes: Hot Ideas for a Cooler Planet" is public art with a purpose. Launched in Chicago in June 2007, the original Cool Globes exhibit featured 130 globes, each depicting a solution to global warming. The exhibit received an enormous response from the public and media. In 2008, Cool Globes will be presented in Washington D.C. at the U.S. Botanic Garden, in San Francisco at Crissy Field, through the generous support of Toyota.

Cool Globes was founded by mother of four and environmentalist Wendy Abrams who wanted to raise awareness of simple solutions to global warming that all individuals can implement.


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