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Flowcarbon Supports ICA Miami in Mitigating its Climate Impact

Flowcarbon Supports ICA Miami in Mitigating its Climate Impact

November 29, 2022

Flowcarbon is supporting the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, to offset carbon emissions from an exhibition in the renowned museum. 

Sustainability is crucial to the philanthropic mission of ICA Miami. Over the past two years, the museum has adopted best practices for environmental sustainability with support from the Frankenthaler Climate Initiative, including enhanced shipping methods for exhibitions.

ICA Miami is offsetting carbon for select major exhibitions, most recently the 26 metric tonnes of carbon that were produced by Hugh Hayden’s 2021/2022 exhibition “Boogey Men.”

Photo Credit: ICA Miami 

ICA Miami has partnered with Flowcarbon and other organizations like Art to Acres and the Audubon Society to engage in educational and reduction efforts and offset the museum’s carbon emissions. Funds have aided in the conservation of 312 acres of old-growth cloud forest. Offsets purchased through Flowcarbon provide essential funds in support of the Otter Creek Improvement Forest Management project in Florida. 

About Flow3rs: 

Flow3rs is a collection of 200 pieces of decentralized art for climate impact, aimed at galvanizing new communities to finance climate positive action by way of art and innovative Web3 technology. The Flow3rs collection features unique pieces created by world renowned artists: Danny Cole, Olive Allen, Andre Oshea, Lindsey Byrnes, Franky Nines, Ezra Br0wn, Maxwell Tilse, and Gabriel Bouchard. The pieces all represent the artists’ expression of humanity's influence on the natural world. 

About Flowcarbon: 

Flowcarbon is a pioneering climate technology company working  to make carbon markets accessible and transparent, enabling maximum capital to be invested directly into projects that combat climate change. Flowcarbon is committed to driving impact for people, biodiversity, and the planet. To learn more about our work, visit our blog.

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