We Have The Power: We Are Change


04 Nov 2015 - 04 Jan 2016, 10am - 6pm

Musée de l'Homme, Paris

TRINIDAD. 2014. This little girl is enjoying the last sun on the Chaguaramas Boardwalk, a wooden walkway for pedestrians with solar-powered lamps that not effect turtles, birds or fauna and flora. The boardwalk is made form a combination of a concrete structure and recycled plastic decking.

Trinidad 2013 © Bieke Depoorter/Magnum Photos pour le PNUE


04 Nov 2015 - 04 Jan 2016
10am - 6pm
Tous les jours, sauf le mardi, de 10 h à 18 h, le mercredi jusqu'à 21 h


Musée de l'Homme
17 Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre
Paris,  75016
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As part of the 21st climate conference (COP 21), we invite you to explore some of the solutions to fight climate change through a Magnum Photos / UNEP exposure for COP 21.

The magnitude of global warming may make any reflection relating to its impacts trivial and discouraging. What can a person, or even an isolated state, do to slow or halt climate change? For over two years, photographers from the Magnum Photos Agency travel the world display pictures with some of the most promising solutions.

The implementation of efficient lighting in Chile with the establishment of a bus rapid transit in Addis Ababa, many will act to maintain the temperature rise to below 2 degrees Celsius above the temperature pre-industrial era. The photographs taken by the Magnum Photos Agency show that we all have the power to change things. Together we have the power to build a sustainable future.

On December 9, 2015, you will find experts on climate, members of UNEP and IPMA at the Auditorium Jean Rouch.

In partnership with UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme). Created in 1972, UNEP is the voice of the Nations ystem in environmental matters. This is the only United Nations - with UN Habitat - whose headquarters is in a developing country, in Nairobi, Kenya. UNEP also has six regional offices. UNEP's mission is to support political and economic decision-makers and encourage environmental partnerships by inspiring, informing and enabling nations and peoples to improve their quality of life without compromising that of future generations.

The photographs on display have also brought about the production of video modules that are in consultation to Germaine Tillion Resource Center, November 4, 2015 January 4, 2016, and on the Internet at


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