Sometime in the near future, everyone can all look froward to spectacular sighting which is that of the 200 meter long SKYGLOW airship. This massive airship is to be used as a tool to create worldwide global awareness of Global Warming.
Skyglow was design by Ross Orr, Gary Dewberry, Andy Kiely and Adam Lauri, who took part in a back-to-work scheme called Greenshoots. Greenshoots gave unemployed professionals in the construction industry the opportunity to work on an Evolo Competition in a live work environment which was kindly provided by FHP Architects.
Special thanks goes to Mark Kennedy from Greenshoots, Ian Fewer, Niall Harrington from FHP Architects for mentoring the Greenshoots Scheme and Joergen Geerds at www.newyorkpanorama.com/ for allowing us use his New York photographs.
With colors ranging from red to blue -- red meaning poor results and blue meaning change for the better -- the SKYGLOW airship can be a beacon to which marks the changing of our carbon footprint.
Solar-Powered SKYGLOW Airship Creates Awareness for Global Warming
1. Global Warming Awareness - The SKYGLOW airship creates worldwide awareness of the dangers of global warming.
2. Eco Education - The SKYGLOW airship serves as an educational tool to teach people about the impact of their carbon footprint.
3. Sustainable Design - The construction of the SKYGLOW airship demonstrates innovative and sustainable design principles.
1. Sustainable Architecture - The SKYGLOW airship project showcases the potential for sustainable architecture in creating awareness for global issues.
2. Environmental Education - The SKYGLOW airship provides opportunities for the growth of the environmental education industry, as it serves as a teaching tool for global warming awareness.
3. Renewable Energy - The solar-powered SKYGLOW airship highlights the potential for renewable energy sources in the transportation industry.