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Artosphere: Arkansas’ Arts & Nature Festival is a multi-week festival dedicated to celebrating artists, influenced by nature, who inspire us to live more sustainable lives. More information about Artosphere click here.
“This is a new kind of festival for Arkansas. Artosphere was inspired by the natural beauty of our state and regional focus on sustainability. We’re proud that last year over 15,000 people experienced nature, the environment and sustainability through a different lens with over 80+ arts and nature programs and events. This year, we hope to reach more audiences to make a bigger artistic and economic impact on the region.” -Peter Lane, CEO and President, Walton Arts Center. Read More »
BURBANK, Calif. - Disneynature announced plans to collaborate with the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) on a program to celebrate the release of the new Disneynature feature film “African Cats.” The program, “See ‘African Cats,’ Save the Savanna” was revealed in Nairobi, Kenya, during AWF’s 50th anniversary celebration. During the film’s opening week (April 22-28), a portion of the proceeds from that week’s ticket sales will be donated to the organization through the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund to ensure the future of lions, cheetahs, elephants, zebras, giraffes and a host of other animals in the vibrant African savanna. The AWF will be working to protect the Amboseli Wildlife Corridor, a passage between the Amboseli, Tsavo West and Chyulu National Parks, that is frequently used by a variety of wildlife. Read More »
It is World of Green’s one year anniversary and they want to celebrate by providing clean water to the millions that don’t have it. Today’s water crisis is not an issue of scarcity, but of access. More people in the world own cell phones than have access to a toilet. And as cities and slums across the world grow at increasing rates, the situation worsens leaving millions of people without water and with a reduced quality of life which often leads to deaths. Read More »