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Alors que Montréal accueille la 15e Conférence de l'ONU sur la biodiversité (COP15), du 4 au 19 décembre, les dirigeant.es du monde entier sont dans la métropole pour discuter des stratégies à adopter pour la conservation du vivant. Pour cette occasion, Espace pour la vie expose la sculpture Ours blanc sur glaces éphémères pour sensibiliser la population aux enjeux du changement climatique.

Offert par l'organisation environnementale Équiterre, un imposant ours polaire pesant 6 000 kilogrammes de glace recouvre un squelette de bronze de 550 kilogrammes. Conceptualisée par l'artiste britannique mondialement reconnu, Mark Coreth, la sculpture cherche à montrer le rôle du changement climatique dans la destruction de l'habitat naturel de l'ours blanc.

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The 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) has officially kicked off in Orlando, Florida, and it's already sparked controversy.

"Trump and His Magic Wand," a statue of former president Donald Trump created by sculptor Tommy Zegan, was rolled through the CPAC, and now some are comparing it to the Golden Calf story from the Bible.

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If you find yourself strolling the same old routes around the city, it might be time to change things up.

These places to walk in Toronto have some unique gems to spot along the way, and they will add a bit of fun to your next outdoor adventure.

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Art installations around the world attract thousands of viewers and sometimes the weird ones are the most interesting

These nine strange statues and sculptures are known for turning heads and you'll want to add them to your travel bucket list

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On Saturday, December 26, it was discovered that a statue in tribute to the late Breonna Taylor had been vandalized and smashed to pieces in Oakland, California.

Now, the sculptor, Leo Carson, has made a GoFundMe to rebuild the statue and plans to donate any excess funds to Taylor’s family.

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