The Butterfly Effect featured on BBC Radio, TreeHugger & Green Girls Global

The Butterfly Effect

BBC Radio  – 21st May 2009
Living a sustainable Norfolk life

The first Norwich and Norfolk Sustainable Living Festival looks at how our ‘green’ actions can benefit future generations. More than 30 organisations are hosting exhibitions, debates, workshops and activities around sustainable living at The Forum in Norwich…

Green Girls Global – 27th May 2009
The Butterfly Effect gets people thinking about the future

Do you know what’s going to happen tomorrow? How about in 10 years time? Or even 100 years? Do you know what kind of houses we’ll be living in, how we’ll travel to work or school, what kind of food we will eat, or what will the landscape will look like?…

TreeHugger – 28th May 2009 
‘The Butterfly Effect’ – An Interactive Exhibit

Interactive Map Engages Public on how Climate Change Effects their Future. TreeHugger spends an awful lot of time discussing technological solutions to climate change and other environmental challenges. Whether it’s industrial solar cookers, the latest electric cars or solar planes…

Launch of Creative Data Installation – The Butterfly Effect

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The Butterfly Effect is a visually powerful, interactive exhibit which invites visitors to find their own points of view on the future of The Norfolk Broads. With the point of view that our personal choices help shape our future landscapes we invite people to come and contribute to our map of The Broads with stickers representing different land uses. The map evolves daily as more and more stickers are added, creating a real time Butterfly Effect over the week of the exhibition.

Awarded Funding by CUE East

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Great news as Elio Studio’s first design proposal is awarded funding by beacon for public engagement CUE East. The CreativeData project is a collaboration between Elio Studio (design), Lorraine Whitmarsh and Saffron O’Neill (social scientists) and Paul Munday (climate scientist) at the University of East Anglia in Norfolk. The research project about the impacts of climate change in the Norfolk Broads will conclude with an interactive installation in Norwich at The Sustainable Living Festival in May