OUR ONLINE CAMPAIGNS FALL INTO FOUR BRACKETS – DRAWING FOR THE FORESTS | OCEANS | WILDLIFE & CITIES.
- DRAWING FOR THE CITIES IS A SERIES OF ONLINE CAMPAIGNS TO RAISE AWARENESS AND LOBBY VIA ART ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES WHICH ARE AFFECTING OUR CITIES.
Drawing for our citiesDrawing for our cities
- René Hull, through his art, highlights how are cities are getting more and more polluted and how this is a great danger for us all
Air pollutionAir pollution
- Call To Artists | The science now tells us that diesel vehicles cause more than four times the pollution than petrol cars.CAMPAIGN FOR THIS ISSUE >
Diesel cars pollutionDiesel cars pollution
- DRAWING FOR THE FORESTS IS A SERIES OF ONLINE CAMPAIGNS TO RAISE AWARENESS AND LOBBY VIA ART ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES WHICH ARE AFFECTING OUR FORESTS.
Drawing for our forestsDrawing for our forests
- Sam Deacon, via his art, wants to put in the spotlight how much the forest is being burned out around the world & what it means for us humans
Deforestation and greenhouse gasesDeforestation and greenhouse gases
- Deforestation and its effects on our health
Deforestation and what it means for our healthDeforestation and what it means for our health
- Call To Artists | Palm oil — which appears in a dizzying amount of food and cosmetic products, and is a feedstock for biofuel — poses many environmental problems. It's the largest driver of Indonesian deforestation, which destroys habitat and contributes to climate change.CAMPAIGN FOR THIS ISSUE >
Palm Oil & deforestationPalm Oil & deforestation
- Tommy Fiendish via his art wants to bring you the facts about why the Amazon forest is burning down
Why is the Amazon forest burning?Why is the Amazon forest burning?
- DRAWING FOR THE OCEANS IS A SERIES OF ONLINE CAMPAIGNS TO RAISE AWARENESS AND LOBBY VIA ART ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES WHICH ARE AFFECTING OUR OCEANS.
Drawing for our oceansDrawing for our oceans
- Pierrick via his art looks at highlighting that in the past three decades, our oceans have lost half its coral cover, pollution has caused deadly starfish outbreaks, and global warming has produced horrific coral bleaching.
Coral Barrier ReefCoral Barrier Reef
- Call To Artists | Reckless deep sea mining companies are keen to start plundering the seabed for minerals and metals, risking irreversible wildlife loss and disturbing important carbon stores that could make climate change worseCAMPAIGN FOR THIS ISSUE >
Deep sea mining in our oceansDeep sea mining in our oceans
- Mark Petty, through his art, aims at putting in the spotlight the issue of plastic entering our oceans.
Microplastic pollution in our oceansMicroplastic pollution in our oceans
- Alex Leadbeater is aiming at highlighting today's societies and how much plastic we consume.
Plastic consumption - an overviewPlastic consumption - an overview
- Camilla Brendon is aiming at highlighting the disastrous effects of plastic leaching and what it means for marine organisms such as the phytoplankton
Plastic flowing into oceans - a phytoplankton disasterPlastic flowing into oceans - a phytoplankton disaster
- Call To Artists | Single-use-plastics frequently do not make it to a landfill or are recycled. A full 32% of the 78 million tons of plastic packaging produced annually is left to flow into our oceans; the equivalent of pouring one garbage truck of plastic into the ocean every minute.CAMPAIGN FOR THIS ISSUE >
Single use plastic bottlesSingle use plastic bottles
- Pierrick through is art aims at highlighting the effects of Global Warming on the ice cap and especially in both poles - The Artic & Antartica
The Poles are heating upThe Poles are heating up
- DRAWING FOR THE WILDLIFE IS A SERIES OF ONLINE CAMPAIGNS TO RAISE AWARENESS AND LOBBY VIA ART ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES WHICH ARE AFFECTING OUR WILDLIFE.
Drawing for our wildlifeDrawing for our wildlife
- Call To Artists | The Amur leopard is poached largely for its beautiful, spotted fur. Agriculture and villages surround the forests where the leopards live. As a result the forests are relatively accessibleCAMPAIGN FOR THIS ISSUE >
Amur LeopardAmur Leopard
- Pierrick Senelaer is aiming at highlighting how rising temperatures, loss of food from industrial fishing and disappearing sea ice are threatening Chinstrap penguins
Antartica's penguinsAntartica's penguins
- Otto Schade, through his art, aims at highlighting the alarming fact that Asian Elephants are being wiped out from the Earth mostly due to human activity
Asian elephantsAsian elephants
- Call To Artists | Between 1947 and 2005, the number of honeybees in the United States declined by over 40 percent, from 5.9 million to 2.4 million. A third of the bees die during the winter months.CAMPAIGN FOR THIS ISSUE >
- Call To Artists | The Bornean orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus) is now critically endangered, with populations in sharp decline due to habitat destruction and illegal huntingCAMPAIGN FOR THIS ISSUE >
- Call To Artists | The North Atlantic right whale also faces an increased threat from the climate crisis. They venture further north during summer and are exposed to accidental encounters with ships and entanglement risksCAMPAIGN FOR THIS ISSUE >
North Atlantic Right WhaleNorth Atlantic Right Whale
- Mary Rouncefield, through her art, aims at highlighting the critical status of pangolins worldwide. Pangolins are the most trafficked animal
Pangolins, the world’s most trafficked mammalPangolins, the world’s most trafficked mammal
- Call To Artists | At the beginning of the 20th century, 500,000 rhinos roamed Africa and Asia. But today very few rhinos survive outside national parks and reserves due to persistent poaching and habitat loss over many decades. Two species of rhino in Asia—Javan and Sumatran—are critically endangered.CAMPAIGN FOR THIS ISSUE >
- Call To Artists | The main threat to Dalmatian pelicans in Greece is human disturbance of the colonies during breeding season. Illegal hunting and power line collisions are also important human-generated factors that contribute to pelican mortalityCAMPAIGN FOR THIS ISSUE >
The Dalmatian PelicanThe Dalmatian Pelican
- Call To Artists | The vaquita could be extinct soon, if fishery bycatch is not eliminated immediately. Nearly one out of every five vaquita get entangled and drown in gillnets intended for other marine species like the totoaba, a critically endangered fish also found in the upper Gulf of CaliforniaCAMPAIGN FOR THIS ISSUE >
- Call To Artists | By 2100, wolverines could lose most of their habitat south of Canada because of climate change.CAMPAIGN FOR THIS ISSUE >
Wolverines in CanadaWolverines in Canada