WWF-Canada Origami Wilderness Launched in Toronto's Financial District

David Miller unveiled art installation in celebration of "We Are All Wildlife" 

TORONTO, Nov. 24, 2015 /CNW/ - Today, David Miller, President and CEO of WWF-Canada, unveiled a one-of-a-kind 'origami wilderness' art installation at 200 King Street West, a space donated by WWF Living Planet at Work Supporter Bentall Kennedy (Canada) LP. The 400 pieces of origami plants, animals, and flowers represent the organization's new initiative, We Are All Wildlife, and is a reminder that nature and the economy must work together to sustain healthy communities. The wall will be up from November 24 to December 1.

 

SOURCE WWF-Canada

Image with caption: "Today, David Miller, President and CEO of WWF-Canada, unveiled a one-of-a-kind 'origami wilderness' art installation at 200 King Street West, a space donated by WWF Living Planet at Work Supporter Bentall Kennedy (Canada) LP. The 400 pieces of origami plants, animals, and flowers represent the organization's new initiative, We Are All Wildlife, and is a reminder that nature and the economy must work together to sustain healthy communities. The wall will be up from November 24 to December 1. (CNW Group/WWF-Canada)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20151124_C7930_PHOTO_EN_552980.jpg



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