The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) has funded a two-year tour of Hard Rain: Whole Earth? to principal cities throughout Sweden, featuring customized content that illustrates Swedish sustainable development projects at home and in the majority world, along with a programme of events and guided tours for schools.
Hanna Karlsson leads a guided tour of Hard Rain: Whole Earth? for a group of high school students in Lund. The tours were provided as a part of a two-week sustainability festival organized by Utmaning Hållbart Lund, a collaboration between the municipality and the university dedicated to sustainable development.
On 21 May 2012, MPs on the Environmental Audit Committee teamed up with Hard Rain Project and Commons Speaker John Bercow to host a fascinating public debate at St Martin-in-the-Fields ahead of the Rio+20 summit in June.
The London event was addresses by Jan Eliasson, UN Deputy Secretary-General designate, via pre-recorded video link from the parallel Hard Rain: Whole Earth? exhibition outside Lund Cathedral in Sweden (see video above).