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Marisarehana

This was a very interesting idea as my work is in the field of conservation and sustainable development but I do concentrate on the concept of hope a lot as it is depressing to only consider what we are failing with. My hopes are in the following fields; Wildlife conservation,Peat bogs and Concentrated Solar Power Stations and other solar projects where last year I extrapolated the Desert concept for a project with Other Asias called Redo Pakistan where those of us from there were asked to envision solutions. I chose CSP and also preserving the dolphin to also preserve water purity and supply. I have also done art work for a group based in Scotland showing the Whales and dolphins they are protecting and others. There is so much going on of a positive nature and especially with Solar energy, a unified grid and more research into storage and transmission, the World could have more energy than it could use!We only have to use our eyes and look up!
So I would be very interested in doing art work for this project of HOPE and would like to know more of how I could involve my art practise in this
marisarehana@sustainableart.co.uk/
official site: http://www.sustainableart.co.uk/
blog: http://marisamann.wordpress.com/

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