This touring exhibition, “Environment, Conflict and Cooperation,” was developed by adelphi and is supported by the German Federal Foreign Office. Regional elements were developed in collaboration with regional partners: The Energy Research Institute (TERI) in India, Vitae Civilis in Brazil, OneWorld in South Africa, the Chinese Society for Sustainable Development (CSSD) in China, University of the South Pacific (USP) in Fiji, and Fundación Futuro Latinoamericano (FFLA) in Ecuador. The exhibition is regularly displayed around the world.
Our Regional Partners
The exhibition "Environment, Conflict and Cooperation" has been displayed about 50 times in the last ten years. In five languages! You can host the exhibition at your organisation – whether it is a company, public agency, educational institution or information point. The exhibition has been shown during international conferences, workshops and special events such as the European Climate Diplomacy Week.
The exhibition is currently available in English, Spanish, and French. We can provide flyers and posters in these languages to facilitate your outreach. We would be happy to support you in organising accompanying events, such as panel discussions or conferences.
The modular concept of this exhibition allows its structure to be adapted to your spatial and thematic requirements. See the exhibition themes and regional perspectives on this website for an overview on topics covered.
Technical data and set-up requirements
Space requirements: The exhibition consists of 5 modules with an additional regional module, if suitable for your event. It is an aluminium construction covered with plastic display panels. Each of these modules is 2.4 metres high and 0.6 metres wide while the length varies from 1.2 to 2.4 metres. The exhibition needs a space indoors of about 60-100 square metres with electricity supply, as it includes lights to create a very special, airy effect.
Transport: The components are packed in two large crates (100x80x75 centimetres each). Total weight is about 200 kilogrammes. We are happy to assist with international transportation, please contact us for further detail.
Set-up: The modules are very simple to assemble. No special skills and no tools are required. However, two people usually work for 6-8 hours to set-up the exhibition’s six modules. Disassembly is somewhat quicker with 4-6 hours. For more details, please download the set-up manuals using the PDF button below.
If you are interested in displaying the exhibition or have any related questions please contact:
10559 Berlin - Germany
Phone +49 (0) 30 89 000 68-76
Fax +49 (0) 30 89 000 68-10