May 22, 2021
Dec 31, 2021
Clinton Presidential Center

Cool Globes: Hot Ideas for a Cooler Planet

Clinton Presidential Park | Little Rock, Arkansas

“Cool Globes: Hot Ideas for a Cooler Planet” is public art with a purpose, featuring 26 beautiful globes that vividly present solutions to climate change and make it clear…we can solve this. Each of the massive globes was created by a different artist, including four brand new globes designed by local creatives. The globes are displayed throughout the Clinton Presidential Park.

“Cool Globes” is a public art exhibition designed to raise awareness of solutions to climate change. Founder Wendy Abrams announced “Cool Globes” as a Commitment to Action during the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting in 2005. The exhibit premiered in Chicago the next year and has since been displayed in dozens of cities throughout the country and around the world.


COOL GLOBES ACTIVITIES


We've created an online scavenger hunt to make your visit to "Cool Globes" even more fun! If you successfully complete the scavenger hunt, you'll receive a FREE Kids Scoop from Loblolly Creamery, located at 1423 Main Street in Little Rock. *Some exclusions apply. See details at the bottom of the page.

The Clinton Center is hosting three "Cool Globes" inspired virtual trivia nights for families! Visit and study the globes and at the Clinton Presidential Park to build your knowledge to compete for the virtual winner's podium – a "cool" prize pack* will be awarded to the first-place winners of each night. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER. 
*Prize Packs include gift cards and passes from: "Yellow Rocket Concepts - Big Orange, ZAZA, Lost Forty Brewing"; Big Rock Fun Park; Little Rock Rangers; Nothing Bundt Cakes; David's Burgers; Boulevard Bread Co; Blue Cake Company / Honey Pies; Nexus Coffee & Creative; Dempsey Bakery; Buff City Soap; Kilwins; and Community Bakery.


President Bill Clinton’s commitment to environmental stewardship and addressing climate change began during his administration and continues, today, through the work of the Clinton Foundation. The Clinton administration helped write and signed the Kyoto Protocol to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change; adopted the most stringent policies in our nation’s history to reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions; established the Roadless Rule to safeguard 58.5 million acres of heritage forests and protect the last remaining undisturbed landscapes; and proposed funding and tax incentives to spur energy efficiency in power generation, building construction, and vehicles.

The Clinton Foundation is committed to addressing both the root causes and the impact of climate change by supporting renewable energy and educating the generation ahead. From making strides in energy efficiency through innovative business practices, to sharing climate-smart agricultural practices, the Foundation’s work has reduced global emissions by tens of thousands of tons per year while creating local jobs and boosting economies.

“Cool Globes” opened the weekend of May 22-23, 2021. Tickets are not required to enjoy the Park or the exhibit. The Clinton Library’s permanent and temporary exhibits and the research room remain closed. If you are interested in partnering with the Clinton Center on this exciting exhibit please contact Calista Ross.

*Void where prohibited, taxed, or restricted. No cash value. Coupon may not be used with any other discount, coupon offer, prior purchase, exchange, or refund. Limit one person. Does not include waffle cone or toppings. Scoop available in a bowl or cake cone only for use at the Loblolly Scoop Shop, 1423 Main Street Suite C, Little Rock, Arkansas. Additional exclusions may apply.