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The art work is about climate action. As we pollute our surroundings, like cutting trees, concretaisation, setting up industries, burning grabages especially plastics, polluting land, smoke from missiles and crakers, smokes from automobiles exhaust and from industries, depletion of ozone layer etc creates threat for the nature and organisms surving in the earth. So nature get imbalanced and certain disasters happen such as tsunami, galcier melting, diseases, climate change, drought, animals become homeless and acid rain. This results in loss of lives of animals, plants and humans and destruction of earth's natural beauty.
Global warming and climate change are already big problems. Climate change has a huge impact on forests, oceans, and Arctic ice. Artic ice melting not only affects the polar animals that live there but impacts the oceans and freshwater creatures. It's high time we take action against climate change. It's not one person's job. It's everyone's responsibility to do their part. The change can start from our home to industries and to the policy makers. Let's reverse climate change!
The impact of oil pollution on a reservoir is manifested in: deterioration of the physical properties of water (turbidity, change in color, taste, smell); dissolution of toxic substances in water; the formation of a surface film of oil and sediment at the bottom of the reservoir, which reduces the content of oxygen in the water. Oil products cause damage much higher than other types of environmental impact, the formation of an oil film makes it difficult for oxygen to access the upper layers of water, which leads to a decrease in evaporation (by 60%) from water surface.In this picture, the oil pollutes the water surface and fish, etc. The victim is indicated
As a national parks lover, I thought of how sorrowful it would be if the ethereal greenery of this planet were to disappear. The world won’t wait for us to take our merry time to reverse what we’ve inflicted upon Mother Earth- our futures are at stake. The beautiful forests and riverbeds we carry within our minds may not be here much longer. The time to act is now.
To make this piece, I used ballpoint pen ink. I experimented with double exposure, painstakingly layering to create a detailed, hatched effect. I had so much fun making this piece!
This piece depicts a child planting a sapling within a landscape filled of withered trees. It symbolizes the hope and resilience that our younger generation needs to have in order to make changes to the climate of the world. The orange butterflies symbolize new transformation and change, representing the future of the environment that people may be able change for the better. By taking opportunities and finding ways to help the environment, we can work together towards a brighter and healthier future for all.