Plan B "No-snow globe" by Martin London

After it snowed in the UK for the first time in seven years, Martin London took the opportunity to get people talking about climate change.

Working with activists Plan B, who last week launched a legal claim against the government for climate change inaction, the agency created snowless snow globes to give people a glimpse of future Christmases if the UK government doesn’t revise its 2050 carbon target. Each globe features three depressing yet picturesque Christmas scenes, and not a single snowflake when shaken. One was sent to Theresa May, with a plaque that read, "Climate change is in your hands, Prime Minster". Other globes were sent via social media to climate change deniers and were on display at the Broadgate Christmas Market in London. 


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