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AN ENVIRONMENTAL exhibition currently installed in the foyer of Apollo Business Centre I in Bratislava has the goal of reminding individuals that they can personally contribute to a more sustainable and pleasant life on planet Earth and that the future of our ecosystem is not only the responsibility of politicians and environmental activists.

AN ENVIRONMENTAL exhibition currently installed in the foyer of Apollo Business Centre I in Bratislava has the goal of reminding individuals that they can personally contribute to a more sustainable and pleasant life on planet Earth and that the future of our ecosystem is not only the responsibility of politicians and environmental activists.

The travelling exhibition called How to Change the World highlights the idea that many small individual steps can have a big impact on the world’s environment.

The exhibition was created by graphic designer Róbert Szabó and photographer Viktor Szemzö and urges people to think about what can be done in everyone’s everyday life without much effort and time, while noting that too few people think about the negative effects that their everyday actions can have on the environment.

“The exhibition is a project of four countries and the posters, with translated texts, will also travel to Austria, Hungary and Slovenia,” Zuzana Jezerská from the Slovak Centre for Communication and Development told the TASR newswire.


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