One World Calendar 2013
Each year, the One World Calendar Group collaborates to produce this best-selling calendar, portraying visually stunning, positive and inspiring images of people around the world. The photographs are taken by some of the world's leading photographers, and increasingly by photographers from the Majority World. The theme for 2013 is 'Street Life'.
The calendar is designed to give you a choice of two display formats: you can hang the calendar in 'open' format, displaying photograph, accompanying text and monthly appointments. Or you can hang it in 'closed' format, displaying just the photograph and dates in striking isolation.
A best-seller for over 20 years, this large format wall calendar is a collaboration between New Internationalist and a consortium of aid agencies worldwide, which benefit from the sales. Each photograph is accompanied by thoroughly researched text giving background information and context to the subject.
Click the images to enlarge them.
560 x 280 mm when closed, 560 x 560 mm when open, spiral bound, month to view, 2 hangers.
Printed under strict environmental conditions. Paper supply chain Forest Stewardship Council Certified (scroll down for details).
Special Offer Order any combination of 3 One World Calendars or Almanacs to the same address and we will send you a FREE PACK OF 10 NI CARDS
For best environmental performance we take great care with paper selection. Here are the paper specifications for your Calendar:
It is printed on recycled paper comprising of
- 25% post consumer
- 30% pre consumer
- 45% virgin ECF (FSC, PEFC and SFI combination)
ECF = Elemental Chlorine Free
FSC = Forest Stewardship Council licence
PEFC = Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification schemes
SFI = Sustainable Forestry Initiative
Your Calendar is printed by a printer holding environmental accreditation ISO 14001.
ISBN / Barcode: 978190652389
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