Submissions (31)

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Use recycles products Artist(s): Puspa Lata Mohanty; Manmath Mohanty; Madhusmita Malla Organization: Jyotirmayee Mahila Samiti /Jawahar Balbhavan Climate Change is one of the Major issue today .Its impact in world as well as in the loccaly felt by every one. Temperature is growing day by day. Earth is burning.Every one is responsible.To reduce waste every one...
ayv Photography, Colour
RECYCLE Today in world everything is being recycled. Which is need for our survival, We need to think about this. But not recycle relationship
cdcindia Painting, Oil
Recycle Love-06 Recycle love= love me
Cindea Painting
See the tree... a CD tree... E-waste Sculpture by students of Grade X, Suncity School, India. Description: Students undertook a hands on activity to experience e-waste reuse in a creative way. A magnificent tree, a CD tree, emerged from this wonderful learning experience.
Tags: clean, Suncity School, india, reuse, save trees, pollution, environment, green, recycle
clannapurna Sculpture
CD Butterfly Garden Installation Garden Installation from E-waste by students of grade IV, Suncity School, India. Description: We are all generating mountains of trash and filling up landfills with harmful, non degradable materials. This is an attempt by grade four to stop that and do their bit to save our planet from pollution.
Tags: india, Suncity School, global warming, climate change, greed, destruction, reuse, recycle, pollution
clannapurna Sculpture
E-waste relief sculpture E-waste relief sculpture by Vamika Bhardwaj, Grade X, Suncity School,Gurgaon, India.
Tags: india, Suncity School, global warming, climate change, greed, destruction, reuse, recycle, e-waste
clannapurna Sculpture
Best out of E-waste: Portrait of Steve Jobs Assemblage by Muskaan Kumar, Shubhankar Shiv, Sharanya Baghchi, Grade 11, Suncity Schol, India. Best out of E-waste: Students created an e-waste portrait of STEVE JOBS.
Tags: india, Suncity School. Clean, green, environment, pollution, e-waste, reuse, recycle
clannapurna Mixed Media
Save paper, Save trees Paper Collages by students of Suncity School, India. Description: Art is possible with the most mundane of materials. Recycling 1 ton of paper saves around 682.5 gallons of oil, 26,500 liters of water and 17 trees. Students learnt to find tints, tones, shades of a colour while also learning to reuse and recreate with old magazine paper.
Tags: Suncity School, india, save trees, pollution, recycle, reuse, destruction, greed, climate change, global warming
clannapurna Collage
Recycle If people recycle, we would have less garbage in the landfills, and we could use things again. Recycling can save a lot of our resources on Earth.
dfox Drawing, Pencil
Recycle Recycling ia so important because it helps to conserve resources.
dfox Drawing, Pastel