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Falske bilder

Falske bilder brukt som propaganda i debatten om ballonger og miljø.


Her kommer eksempler på manipulerte bilder som er blitt brukt i sosiale medier som skremselspropaganda mot ballonger. Etter at det ble avslørt at dette dreier seg om manipulerte bilder, har de blitt fjernet. 

Det kan likevel hende at noen bilder brukes fortsatt.


Grunnen til at jeg legger de ut her er for å vise hva som kan gjøres for, bokstavlig talt, å gi et galt bilde av situasjonen.
Ta bildene dere ser med en klype salt. 
Mye kan gjøres i Photoshop…

Del gjerne 

Disse bildene ble brukt på den hollandske nettsiden  http://www.dieballongaatnietop.nl/ (Ballongene går ikke opp)

Bildene som er merket original har link til originalbildet også.

Finner du andre bilder på nettet som kan se ut som om er manipulert?
Send en epost med link til bildet til oss.

petter(at)ballonger.no

Takk for hjelpen!

24 medlemsbedrifter!

Nå er 24 ballongfirmaer medlemmer av Ballongalliansen.
Det er veldig bra og sammen skal vi bidra til at det blir informert saklig og grundig om ballonger og miljø.
Støtt medlemmene våre ved å kjøpe ballongtjenester av de.

Her er 24 registrerte norske medlemmer fra PEBAs medlemsside pr. 21. mai:

& Balloons
Fredrik q Thompson
thompson@sbproduksjoner.no
andballoons.no
91311477
Theresesgate 14b
0452
Norway

Ablegøy Partyspesialisten
Ulf Johansson
ablegoy@live.no
www.ablegoy.no
+4798415432
Furusethgata 5
Jessheim, 2050
Norway

A EVENT AS
Lill Merete Nilsen
lill@eventmarked.no
www.eventmarked.no 
0047 94828482
Hegdalringen 25
Larvik 3261
Norway

Ballongdekor AS
Eva Waagsbø
post@ballongdekor.no
www.ballongdekor.no
41298580
Nedre Korskirkealm 10
NESTTUN, 5225
Norway

Ballongbutikken AS
Petter Vabog
petter@ballonger.no
www.ballonger.no
004795243774
PO Box 53 Pindsle
Sandefjord, NO-3249
Norway

Ballongdesign Unlimited AS
Morten Hallanger
post@ballongdesign.no 
www.ballongdesign.no 
004792666035
Nordre Nesvei 5
Duken, 3133
Norway

Ballongtwist
Torkel Tande
Torktan@hotmail.com
Norway

Ballong Event Byraa
Isaiah O’Connor
Isaiah@ballongeventbyraa.com
www.ballongeventbyraa.com
+4798688865
Kristiansand
Norway

BallongEventyret
Alejandra Morales-Misiewicz
Post@ballongeventyret.no
www.ballongeventyret.no 
45472218
Gildevangen 10 A
Oslo, Oslo
Norway

Ballongsøstrene
Hilde Eriksen
ballongsostrene@gmail.com
www.ballongsøstrene.no
40410881
Dalhaugene 9
5153 Bønes
Bergen
Norway

Eventyrlig Dekor AS
Ellinor Topland
Post@eventyrligdekor.no
www.eventyrligdekor.no
+47 40452244
Torneroseveien 8
Sandnes 4315
Norway

ExcellentEvent
Janicke Karlsen
janicke@excellentevent.no
https://excellentevent.no
+4799319784
Basneset 42
5304 Hetlevik, Hordaland 5304
Norway

Fargerike Drommer
monika ladogorska
fargerikedrommer@gmail.com
www.fargerikedrommer.com
004748089997
Fiboveien 1
Lyngdal 4580
Norway

Festligeting
Anne Hauge Stensland
Anne@festligeting.no
www.festligeting.no
004747025445
Ringsveien 6c
Stabekk 1368
Norway

Festutstyr AS
Liv Oppegård
Liv@festutstyr.no
www.festutstyr.no
+4795760868
Rosenholmveien 40
1414, Trollaasen
Norway

Gøy i Byen
Bjørn J Sørensen
b.j.s@online.no
www.goyibyen.no
+4799279211
Mellomveien 119 A
9006, Tromsø
Norway

Heimdal Transport
Henning Heimdal
Henning@lilleballong.no
+47 56301396
5200 Os
Norway

Kemos Entertainment AS
Morten Sorensen
Morten@kemos.no
www.kemos.no
0047 41383414
Søndre Kullerød 4 a
Sandefjord, Vestfold 3241
Norway

KJEMPEGØY.no AS
Anette Genius
anette@kjempegoy.no
kjempegøy.no
95739438
Storebotn Næringspark 2c
Kleppestø, Askøy 5309
Norway

La Fiesta
Elisa Iglesias
Ei@lafiesta.no
www.lafiesta.no
46678063
Holmenkollveien 20A
Oslo 0376
Norway

The Party Company AS
Lisbet McCarroll
lisbet@theballooncompany.com
www.theballooncompany.com
22444244
Toftesgate 12
0171 Oslo
Norway

Partyman bodø as
Dina Skogvoll
dina@partymanbodo.no
www.partymanbodo.no
004795288230
Storgata 17
8006, bodø
Norway

TJP Service AS
Tom Johnny Pedersen
tj@tjpservice.no
+47 90144459
Ullerudskogen 18
Drøbak, Frogn NO-1447
Norway

Youballong
Kari Stoen
youballong@gmail.com
youballong.com
+4794246379
Fenstad
Norway

The Great Australian Garbage Map

Her er en interessant artikkel fra The Guardian i Australia.
Ballonger nevnes ikke…
Klikk på bildet for å komme til artikkelen.

Latex Balloon Biodegradability Testing (26/10/17) Observations

Many people have expressed interest in conducting testing on the biodegradability of latex balloons. Whether you are a member of PEBA (Pro Environment Balloon Alliance), or not, it would be fantastic to have you involved. I have tried to set the test up using correct “Scientific Method”.  Who’s in?

The test consists of:

  • 1 x open 13 litre container (Bunnings), or similar, with a couple of holes drilled in the base, filled to three quarters with soil from your local area.
  • 9 x Latex Balloon (Manufacturer of Your Choice)

1 x Standard White:  Some oxidation and deterioration.

1 x Fashion Black:  Some oxidation / little change in appearance.

1 x Standard Yellow:  Fading / Oxidation / little change in appearance.

1 x Jewel / Crystal Ruby Red: Fading / Oxidation / little change in appearance.

1 x Diamond Clear: Substantial Oxidation and deterioration.

1 x Jewel / Crystal Emerald Green: Substantial Oxidation and deterioration.

1 x Pearl / Metallic Pink:  Substantial Fading / Oxidation.

1 x Pearl / Metallic Sapphire Blue: Fading / Oxidation / little change in appearance.

1 x Pearl / Metallic Lime Green:  Fading / Oxidation / some deterioration.

  • The balloons should be inflated to size and then let down. This is because most balloons that find their way into the environment have been inflated.
  • The variety of balloons and colours has been selected because experience tells us that some balloons (e.g. darker colours and Jewel / Crystal) biodegrade faster than others and it is necessary to measure the difference.
  • The container should not be covered and should be left outside under all weather conditions.
  • Please photograph your experiment every 30 days (or less) and take note of any changes, etc.
  • The data collected from these tests conducted under different soil and weather conditions will be invaluable.
  • I will also be doing two separate tests, using beach sand and sea water.
  • Data updates and all results will be published on www.peba.com.au

Latex Balloon Biodegradability Testing (3/10/17)

Many people have expressed interest in conducting testing on the biodegradability of latex balloons. Whether you are a member of PEBA (Pro Environment Balloon Alliance), or not, it would be fantastic to have you involved. I have tried to set the test up using correct “Scientific Method”.  Who’s in?

The test consists of:

  • 1 x open 13 litre container (Bunnings), or similar, with a couple of holes drilled in the base, filled to three quarters with soil from your local area.
  • 9 x Latex Balloon (Manufacturer of Your Choice)

1 x Standard White

1 x Fashion Black

1 x Standard Yellow

1 x Jewel / Crystal Ruby Red

1 x Diamond Clear

1 x Jewel / Crystal Emerald Green

1 x Pearl / Metallic Pink

1 x Pearl / Metallic Sapphire Blue

1 x Pearl / Metallic Lime Green

  • The balloons should be inflated to size and then let down. This is because most balloons that find their way into the environment have been inflated.
  • The variety of balloons and colours has been selected because experience tells us that some balloons (e.g. darker colours and Jewel / Crystal) biodegrade faster than others and it is necessary to measure the difference.
  • The container should not be covered and should be left outside under all weather conditions.
  • Please photograph your experiment every 30 days (or less) and take note of any changes, etc.
  • The data collected from these tests conducted under different soil and weather conditions will be invaluable.
  • I will also be doing two separate tests, using beach sand and sea water.
  • Data updates and all results will be published on www.peba.com.au

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