This month there will be an exhibition featuring the work of Land Rover's six Global Humanitarian and Conservation Partners; International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), Born Free Foundation, Biosphere Expeditions, China Exploration & Research Society (CERS), Earthwatch Institute and Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). From November 14-18, the display at the Royal Geographical Society in South Kensington, London, will showcase the invaluable work of the Global Partners and their numerous projects utilising Land Rover's all-terrain vehicles, stretching across the four corners of the world. The exhibition is open to the public and entry is free.??In the RGS Ondaatje Theatre on 15 November, Land Rover ambassador and guest lecturer Ben Saunders will be speaking on the 'Insights of a Polar Explorer'. Ben Saunders said, 'I'm delighted to be sharing my experiences and expertise of some of the world's most inhospitable terrain at such a respected institution as the Royal Geographical Society. To do so during the Land Rover in Action exhibition week surrounded by Land Rover's Humanitarian and Conservation partners makes this even more special.'
Mark Cameron, Global Brand Extension Director for Land Rover added, 'Land Rover is extremely proud to celebrate the important work of six Global Humanitarian and Conservation Partners, with everything that has been achieved this year through projects right around the world. From helping to alleviate the suffering of wild animals and supporting cultural conservation, as well as delivering aid to those most vulnerable around the world, we are very much looking forward to continue supporting all our Global Partners with our all-terrain vehicles.'
PopBangColour's Ian Cook, a UK-based, radio-controlled car artist will also be in residency to create 'live' artworks of Land Rovers In Action all week. With a passion and enthusiasm for colour and a keen eye for form, Cook uses contemporary processes to create his automotive artworks in the most intriguing way – via remote-controlled cars instead of paintbrushes.