PLANET IN PERIL

An anthology for our time.

Poetry, Photography and Art unite to tackle climate change lethargy.

Book now available for purchase here

There has never been a more critical moment in this planet’s history. Ecosystems and species stand upon the precipice of extinction and await human action.

 

Spurred by the urgency of the situation, Fly on the Wall Press has teamed up with WWF, The Climate Coalition, Dr Michelle Cain (Oxford University), former Derbyshire Poet Laureate, Helen Mort, and wildlife photographer, Emily Gellard, to create an anthology for our future. 

 

“Planet in Peril” combines beautiful photography of endangered species and delicate ecosystems, with poetry designed to increase public awareness of the complex issues surrounding climate change, alongside leading climate change research.

Release date: September 7th 2019

Fundraising total as of March 22nd 2020: £169.15

Get Involved:

School Workshops
Want to book a workshop for your school? I cover Derbyshire and Manchester areas and beyond with associated travel costs covered. Please email isabellekenyon@hotmail.co.uk 
Festivals and around the world
We have been lucky enough to visit primary and secondary schools, giving talks and creating poetry from the book. Contributors around the world have hosted ecopoetry open mics and book launches across the USA and Australia. 
 
We have been part of the Isle of Man's Manx Litfest and later this year will take part in an ecopoetry reading from contributors in the anthology at Cheltenham Poetry Festival.
 
Contributors and myself are actively involved in performance, creating art and sharing this to educate others and raise awareness of what needs to be done to tackle global warming. Do get in touch to book a performance.

Emily Gellard Photography

Inspiration Hub
How can we bring science to life? Facts and statistics are important to raising awareness of climate change. How can we combine research with the Arts? 
Useful research links:
NASA: Climate Change 
Latest Climate Change Research
Oxford University ECI
WWF Studies on how climate change affects our animals
We have had 5 failed grant applications for this project! If you can help support our charity endeavour and our school workshop programme with any amount, a button is below. We are very grateful to you! 
Raising funds for WWF and The Climate Coalition. 
With thanks to Dr Michelle Cain and The Climate Coalition for your partnership and support.