The present image represents what our reality is and how we would like it to be, we express our wish to reduce the pollution by promoting how Bogota is when the day without car occurs. This event is done twice a year, and is has proved that the public transport systems have to improve and reduce the amount of cars that move through the city.
buses, cars, pollution, streets
What we draw here is a series of six pictures, representing a chain reaction of climate change. From the left to right, the drawings show that CO2 emitted by factories can cause increasing temperature, then the global warming leads to melting glaciers, which gives rise to the sea-level, and as the sea-level goes up, floods may take place and...
The present drawing represents the love Colombia has for the earth and the desire to give it long and prosper life. Colombia is part of the lung of the earth, and we are not disposed to die.
The major stubble burning issue that took place in Punjab in the year 2017, that further led to my home city, Delhi getting extensively polluted is something that played a major role in the problem at hand, Climate Change. The pollution levels increased so drastically that some monitoring stations reported an Air Quality Index of 999, way above...
Puffy popcorn clouds, a clear sky, and a world without the atrocious effects of Global Warming is what Team India feels is a 'good life'
This picture represents all the same. The pollution that is currently drowning India and making it like a 'Gas Chamber' like is what we truly want to eradicate. A 'Good Life' to us is where nature takes its...
Mahatma Gandhi, being my inspiration since early childhood continues to inspire me even today. In this world with its several flaws and problems, I believe that we all need to follow his very footsteps to convert all our lives into 'good lives'
'Be the change you want to see' perfectly describes my ideology. If the world I see is without...
The painting represents Colombia as a figure with green tones that represent the nature, and the word "life" means that Colombia is a living space, alive and anxious to stop climate change, we want to keep the green of our mountains and never change our colors.
In our Middle School classes, we created a mixed-media mural on climate change, organized by S-T-E-A-M. We shared this mural in a community showcase inviting families and younger students to learn more about the topic.
climate change, Agents for Change