Submissions (51)

Thumbnail Title Description Artist Medium Rating
PLANTAR P COLHER THE LAND IS GREAT AND FERTILE. SO, WE CAN PUT THE SEAD AND HAVE THE HEVEST ABOUT WHAT WE DID BEHIND !
ZUPO Photography, Colour
Hope Starts With A Single Plant The drawing displays how the government holds the Earth and how it helps in starting the first plant towards the fight on global warming. A SMALL plant can make a BIG difference.
ahmagelmauleen Computer Graphics
Plant trees to save earth The children are planting trees in order to fight global warming and prevent climate change. By planting more trees we can save earth. It will increase awareness
Razia Drawing, Pastel
Leafless Tree due to global warming trees shed their leaves to cope with changes in environmental conditions
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soctober Photography, Black and White
Plants make us greener I made a model of a classroom and placed a plant by the big windows which are a source of light and heat.
dfox Print
Trees for change; 3,500 more seedlings planted for change ! The pictures were taken in the city’s Karura Forest and on the slopes of Aberdares Mountain range Kereita Forest in Kenya. A total of 3,500 seedlings were planted on the two tree planting sessions towards the billion tree campaign. The ICRAF staff and Huruma village residence planted 2,500 seedlings in Karura forest while the UNEP staff together...
daateku Photography, Digitally Manipulated
Clay Planter Still Life Interpretation of Light and Shape.
Painting
Unloading plantain in market
kwessy Photography, Colour
Woman grilling plantain in food market
kwessy Photography, Colour
Plantas acu Fue tomada con una cámada automática. Son plantas acuáticas que luego de llover durante días, florecieron. Verano 2003. Vale do Ribera, Iporanga - Brasil
mm Photography, Colour