1. External shot of the Palais, Zoom in between the flags
2. Pan from alley of flags to front wall of the Palais, reading Climate Action is Now
3. Zoom out through the flags
4. Zoom in through the alley of flags, while mapping says unis pour zero emissions
5. Wide shot of the roundabout in front of the UN building with cars passing by and Don’t choose extinction written on the Palais
6. Wide shot of the Palais and alley of flags
7. Pan from the chair statue to the Palais in the background with cars passing by
8. Close up dino’s head while installing the system
9. Wide shot of the square
10. Mid shot of the dinosaur walking around people
11. Close up dinosaur getting close to kids
12 Mid shot dinosaur getting close to kids
13. Close up people patting dinosaur’s head
14. Wide shot people taking pictures with dinosaur
15. Close up dinosaur’s head
16. Mid shot people around dinosaur
17. Wide shot dinosaur and people
All United for Earth”, from Geneva to Glasgow for COP26
As the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) is convening in Glasgow, several Geneva based institutions and authorities have joined forces as part of a special “climate” cultural campaign designed to make the residents of Geneva more aware of the issues and solutions relating to climate change and biodiversity loss.
For the very first time, an animated projection has been displayed on the facade of the Palace of Nations in Geneva and on that of the Natural History Museum every evening since 3 November until 12 November from 18h00 - 23h00.
The projection shows “Frankie”, the UNDP dinosaur speaking at the rostrum of the United Nations to urge policy-makers to opt against the extinction of our species.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and UN Geneva, the City of Geneva and its Natural History Museum, the Permanent Mission of Switzerland, the Canton of Geneva and the local authorities of Greater Geneva have joined forces as part of a special “climate” cultural campaign designed to make the residents of Geneva more aware of the issues and solutions relating to climate change and biodiversity loss.
The projection of “Frankie” is accompanied by a series of events such as film screenings and a night-time discovery, a walk on November 9th, from the Palace of Nations to the Museum of Natural History to visit the exhibitions in the Museum.