The Dubrovnik Declaration children’s art is now being voted for in Facebook

ISPRAAs a result of the Dubrovnik Declaration of Intent promoted jointly by the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, NETWERC H2O and the partners of BlueSCities, the drawings of schoolchildren from different schools from around Europe and the Middle East are now on Facebook so that you can choose who have best described their feelings concerning water through their artwork. In what is rapidly becoming a major International Science-Art-Diplomacy initiative, the most voted drawings will be included in the soon-to-be-published European Atlas of Urban Water Management. The Dubrovnik Declaration of Intent, will proceed to explore new and revolutionary means in order to ensure that municipalities from diverse regions will work together in order to effectively address the environmental challenges which we face as a planet, in a way in which mutual knowledge and experience exchange will benefit all concerned.

In order to view the drawings and vote see:

https://www.facebook.com/EUsciencehub/photos_stream