Climate Change is a project commissioned by the World Health Organization of Geneva (WHO) to spread awareness on the effects that climate change can have on public health.
The negative consequences of global warming do not concern a specific area, but the entire planet and the absence of immediate actions to face this phenomenon exposes all of humanity to the risk of relentless climatic instability.
To highlight the global dimension of the problem and the need for timely action, six large paintings of women from different regions of the world have been created, transmitting the message "Climate change threatens our health - We must act now!" written in the WHO's six official languages.
The presence of female images belonging to different ethnic groups, in addition to highlighting the global impact of the phenomenon, emphasizes the importance of women's role: they often are the weakest and most vulnerable subjects in society, but in this case they represent who are able to face ambitious challenges and pursue complex processes of change.