Submissions (64)

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In an ideal world In an ideal world, all sea life would be living in a beautiful, clean ocean. This whale represents the thriving sea life, as he breaches in a clean ocean.
Tags: Decarbonize, climate changes, ocean
sjflynn Painting, Watercolour
Marine debris monster. Hundreds of species worldwide are affected by marine debris, and as much as 80 percent of that litter is plastic. Beautiful creatures die each year from being entangled in or swallowing marine litter. People should stop polluting the ocean because they depend on it.
Tags: Decarbonize, climate changes, ocean
sjflynn Drawing, Pencil
Blue whale, Warm climate This is a student's artwork about environmental pollution with human waste entering the ocean and leading to global climate change.
Tags: Decarbonize, climate changes, ocean
sjflynn Collage
Let us meet in decarbonized future! Ocean accumulates atmospheric gases, including CO2. Changes in CO2 level affects the Worlds' Ocean condition. I don't want the ocean become dead. Let it be alive and vivid!
Tags: Decarbonize, climate changes, ocean
sjflynn Painting, Watercolour
Heal to discover This painting means to evoke colorful beauty, hope and healing to the viewer. This piece was done using watercolors, in order to represent the importance of water and oceans, not only to sustain life and bring equilibrium, but to express ourselves. The focal point is the Iris Flower, this blossom was chosen due to its wide variety of colors and...
Tags: VisualArt, visual art, flower, blue, ocean, CorealReef, coral reef, colorful, paper, art, youth, Decarbonize, Decolonize
Mistro73 Painting, Watercolour
Fading I used this as an inspiration for saving the ocean and all creatures that live there. It's a huge issue now--protection of marine animals such as turtles.Turtles are now counted as an endangered species.Turtles are dying due to pollution and the proliferation of plastics, and the other marine animals are fading away because of plastic.
Tags: climate, ocean, animals, pollution, plastice, marine
teachermelliss Painting, Watercolour
Trash invading the oceans Trash ends up at the ocean and animals are dying do to this
mariajose04 Drawing, Pencil
Red Zone How does your community or city contribute to climate change? This is a picture taken from the island of Penang. Living by the ocean, I see the ocean, its ever-changing tides and colors, every day. With this piece, I wanted to show that even though the view may look gorgeous, the reality is that our ocean and our climate is in danger. More often...
Tags: redzone, penang, ocean, urbanpollution, pollution, change, carbon, malysia, construction
sseoya Photography, Digitally Manipulated
All hands on deck! Save the ocean! All creatures in the ocean are getting affected adversely because of the actions of man. The same hand that destroys can also save. It’s time to change our mindset and start protecting our creatures because if we don’t, we too will perish like them. Bibliography: we took inspiration from a poster on save the Arctic on the Internet....
Tags: environment, climate change, ocean awareness, global warming, Suncity School
clannapurna Painting
Save our Ocean A different belonging under the water, need to explore and feel the belonging under the water to save oceans.
cdcindia Drawing, Crayon