Under Her Eye in the Guardian
“We think this is the first time that the arts, sciences and politics of climate change have been brought together under one roof with a focus on women. Women’s voices are too rarely heard in discussions of climate change.” – Alice Sharp, Director and Curator, Invisible Dust.
With Under Her Eye just a day away, we’re delighted that the news has been featured in today’s Guardian with mentions of our Under Her Eye Ambassador and author, Margaret Atwood; Christiana Figueres, former UN Climate Chief; Prof Joanna Haigh, co-director of the Grantham Institute; former Nasa science editor Laura Tenenbaum; Kate Raworth, self-styled “renegade economist” and author of Doughnut Economics; and New Zealand artist Ahilapalapa Rands.
You can read more here: http://bit.ly/UHEGuardian