Less than 45 days ago NOOR photo agency partnered with Design for Social GOOD to produce a social media campaign to promote the work of nine internationally acclaimed photographers and their portfolio of images from climate change disasters around the world.

D4SG set our sights high and with one week left at the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Consequences by NOOR has now been seen in 166 countries, almost 80% of the world!

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We continue to promote Consequences by NOOR utilizing social media networks including a Facebook fan page we created with the number of NOOR fans doubling in less than a month, a NOOR twitter site where twitter followers increased by more than 400% in the past three weeks as well as other social media sites including Digg, Delicious, Stumble Upon, Reddit and LinkedIn.

Join Design for Social GOOD in spreading the world about climate change issues by posting about the Consequences by NOOR project on Facebook.

Design for Social GOOD is proud to announce the coming launch of Consequences by NOOR a photographic exhibit of exceptional honesty and vision. NOOR chose D4SG to design and develop the blog, a massive social media campaign, produce 9 video, design the Consequences logo and more. Learn more about Consequences by NOOR when launches on Friday.

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From the frontiers of climate change comes a photographic project of exceptional honesty and vision. Consequences by NOOR features the work of nine internationally acclaimed photographers… who have documented the devastating effects of climate change on millions of people around the globe. These stunning photographs show not what might happen in the future but what is happening today.The exhibits examine the environmental, societal and economic impact of melting glaciers in Greenland, rising sea levels in the Maldives and Southeast Asia, drought, famine and civil war in Darfur, pine beetle destruction in the forests of British Columbia, oil sand mining in Alberta, ranching and deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon, brown coal mining in Poland and melting permafrost in Siberia. For the subjects of these photographs, the canary in the mine is already dead, the crisis is here and now.

Consequences by NOOR premiers at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, December 7 through December 18, 2009. The Consequences by NOOR project is sponsored by Nikon Europe BV, Greenpeace International, Oxfam International, and supported by Information newspaper, DASK gallery, Reputation advertising agency and the Danish Photographers Association, among others.Participating photographers include Nina Berman, Philip Blenkinsop, Pep Bonet, Jan Grarup, Stanley Greene, Yuri Kozyrev, Kadir van Lohuizen, Jon Lowenstein and Francesco Zizola.

Consequences by NOOR goes on tour in 2010 and is available for booking. FRIDAY – 30 OCTOBER 2009 – Design for Social Good launches CONSEQUENCES BY NOOR – a blog dedicated to raising awareness of the consequences of climate change around the globe. Highlighting the work of NOOR photographers, Consequences by NOOR will showcase photographs, videos and interviews with NOOR photographers. It will also include updates on exhibitions, ways you can learn more about climate change and the launch of the Consequences project in Copenhagen.

For more information, contact NOOR at:

consequences@noorimages.com

www.noorimages.com

www.designforsocialgood.com

and FRIDAY – 30 OCTOBER 2009 – visit www.consequencesbynoor.com

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When Noor Images decided to launch a social media campaign to promote “Consequences by NOOR”, they turned to Design for Social Good to produce it.

We’re pleased to announce our new partnership and will be producing a logo, social media campaign, print design and video production for “Consequences by NOOR”.

“Consequences by NOOR” is a unique visual project to be launched during the Climate Summit in Copenhagen in mid December, 2009, when the world’s attentions is drawn to the event hosting thousands of international deleates, scientists, journalists and activists.

The project shows the humanitarian consequences of climate changes; no calculated future events but actaul facts that have devastating effects on the lives of millions of people around the world today: floods, drought, hunger, disease, animal extinction, conflicts, migrations and loss of human rights.

Follow the “Consequences by NOOR” project on their facebook fan page.

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