April 22, Earth Day is observed by more than a billion people every year as a day of action to change human behavior to persuade businesses, governments, and citizens around the world of the need to invest in our planet to improve our environment and give our descendants a better and safer future by creating global, national, and local policy changes.
To celebrate Earth Day, Selva Ozelli who is a member of the Climate Heritage Network, Global Resilience Partnership as well as an ambassador to Oceanic Global will hold three Earth Day art shows at the:
- World’s first climate change museum CUHK Museum of Climate Change - Hong Kong: Love Someday 1: https://www.mocc.cuhk.edu.hk/en-gb/hub-categories/interactive-multimedia/item/2706-love-someday-1-se Museums have the public’s support as trusted institutions, and they have the tools and the creativity not only to deliver the science, but to inform visitors of everyday practices that support the development of a world where all living things thrive in a healthy environment. The CUHK Museum of Climate Change Hong Kong is a participating museum at EarthDay.orgwhich champions the cause of environmental stewardship through a host of initiatives and projects to enable people to get involved in carbon-reducing action.
- Artists Gallery for the Earth at Earthday.org: https://www.earthday.org/artists-gallery/sel
- NYC Botanical Garden 6BC located at 630 E 6th St, New York, NY 10009 running from April 22 to May 22, Love Someday 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1quUhtSOjcQ
Selva’s multiple award-winning work has been cataloged by the United Nations, the Berlin University of Art as part of the project titled Climate Summit Art - Art and Political Event, 1972 – 2022 and exhibited in museums, the United Nations, ministries, and NGOs across the world.