“Tarnished Earth”

Last week, I made a trip down to Brighton. As you can see, it was a beautiful sunny day. Whilst strolling down the promenade, I came across a series of billboards put up by The Co-operative. I had a camera at the ready so I started to snap away.


The billboards are part of the Tarnished Earth campaign.

                                                          

I’ve said before on this blog, I don’t think negative campaigning works – especially when it is so abstract and removed from everyday life. So next time, why not show alternative (and realistic) visions for a more sustainable future? Brighton has plenty of potential.

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One thought on ““Tarnished Earth”

  1. Hi there,

    Thanks for visiting our Tarnished Earth exhibition in Brighton. Our aim with this exhibition was to tell the story of tar sands, one of the world’s biggest ecological disasters through stunning images as well as words. But your point about negative campaigning is an interesting one however this exhibition is just part of the campaign. The other part is a petition asking people to ‘say YES to clean energy’, calling on the Government to support the provision of clean, renewable energy in the UK and take positive action for the future.

    It would be great to have your support, you can sign it here: http://tarnishedearth.co.uk/yes.

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