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A Liter of Light for Climate Action at MOA

SM Mall of Asia in partnership with Liter of Light, a Filipino-born global grassroots solar lighting movement, recently had a Large -Scale installation for its latest initiative to raise awareness for climate action coinciding with the dates of the global climate change conference, COP26, in Glasgow, Scotland.

The installations at the Concert Grounds of SM Mall of Asia with the most number of bottle lights are part of a series of pop-up artworks that Liter of Light is building in November to raise awareness and urgency for climate action. It highlights how people, especially young people, are leading the call for change in climate policies, even in the midst of a global pandemic.

 

Written by Village Connect

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