The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency helped fund the development of Whole Earth? and has organized a two-year tour of this exhibition to principal cities throughout Sweden featuring customized content that illustrates Swedish sustainable development projects at home and in the majority world.
Players of People’s Postcode Lottery have raised over £16 million for good causes across Britain which benefit both people and the planet. Through the work of charities supported by this vital funding, they help to highlight the fragile nature of our oceans and the need to safeguard the marine environment.
Rainforest Concern’s Forest Credits programme was set up with the objective of encouraging individuals and businesses to acknowledge and address their impact on the environment by using the unique power of the forests to lock up carbon, whilst also protecting biodiversity and helping local communities and indigenous peoples. Rainforest Concern has helped to protect over 1.6 million hectares of threatened rainforest since it was established in 1993. Both organizations are non-profit.
The carbon emissions from Hard Rain Project have been fully offset through Rainforest Concern's Forest Credits programme.
The enthusiasm and support of our original partner venue, Eden Project, opened the way to display Hard Rain at outdoor venues on every continent. Eden Project is an inspirational UK visitor attraction, and delivers projects worldwide that benefit the environment and act as a focus for social and economic regeneration.
Hard Rain Project is deeply grateful for the continuing support of Columbia Records, London and Sony/ATV Music Publishing Ltd.