28 June 2008
More Norway pictures
The Oil Museum's playground was very popular. It consists of items formerly found on oil rigs and ships. At first glance, it doesn't actually look like a playground. I'm sure the Canadian playground police would disapprove of all the hard surfaces and fun potential.
Elections for the Junior Board, who plan the next conference, were conducted using the UN system of 1 vote per country. This picture is of the Canadian delegates selecting their favourite candidates by region.
Our group was pretty happy to discover that their Macoun Marsh project came first in a Toyota Friends of the Environment competition.
More fun at the Oil Museum playground.
A large sea life mural was created at the conference. It will be displayed at the Beijing Olympics.
We spent a lot of time in this tent at the conference. All of the plenary sessions were held here. It worked pretty well, until the fifth day of rain, when the waterproofing gave out.
Our group hosted a Biodiversity Challenge workshop. There were kids from around the world who played and went away with a lot of Canadian swag.
This is one of the yarn stores in Stavanger. M could spend a lot of time here.