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Dear Jamie & other organizers of 350,
Please find the description below of the event in Bangkok, Thailand. Depending on responses, there may be other photo opp’s throughout the weekend. Attached are 5 of the best images. Feel free to crop/edit, as you see fit (or add to/edit the captions).
Hope all goes great this weekend everywhere,
A 350 Photo Opportunity was held in CentralWorld in Bangkok, one of Asia’s largest shopping complexes. This was done to raise attention for the number 350 in a place where many people may not already be aware of it. This involved some staff and interns of UN agencies (including UNEP and UNFPA, respectively) and UNFPA’s Youth Advisory Panel (YAP), participating as individuals and as a collective in solidarity with people worldwide who are raising awareness about climate change, the number 350, and what to do about this. Multiple photo takes and other actions can be done with different groups willing to participate throughout the weekend at different Thai venues. Please contact by email or phone.
Captions for photos are below…
Photo ending in 382: Varsha sporting the "forests for our future" t-shirt and a hand-colored 350 sign at CentralWorld in Bangkok, Thailand, coinciding with the UN Day Exhibition there (60 years in Thailand– happy birthday, UN!). Traditional Thai-style architecture behind.
Photo ending in 385: Varsha with a hand-colored 350 sign sitting at the Thai-style house-bench at the UN Exhibit in CentralWorld.
Photo ending in 387: A model with the 350 sign at CentralWorld. 350 is pretty sexy.
Photo ending in 392: Bangkok group posing with the 350 sign, sitting at a traditional Thai-style house-bench in front of a backdrop of UN HQ in NY (backdrop image from year 2000). Everything Asia and can’t you tell, we all love the panda!
Photo ending in 394: Bangkok group posing with the 350 sign, standing in front of traditional Thai-style architecture with a backdrop of UN HQ in NY (backdrop photo from year 2000). All-Asia (Pan-Asia) and
we all love the panda (duh!).