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Dan Cretu

I like Dan Cretu - Romanian photographer and visual artist - ’s take on food. While we see it just as food, he sees a little bit more.

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Masked Child. Last year during the Human Impact unit, I had my students come up with PSA-style posters related to environmental issues they read about in groups. I liked the lesson and plan to use it again, and this will be a great example of how a poster can send a message with powerful images and few or no words.

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'Amnesia' detail - art by Lisa Kokin; this work is "Fauxliage" – fake leaves made from BOOK PAGES that have been SEWN to resemble Fall leaves; the artist chose the gingko leaf for the plant's use to improve memory and Rachel Carson's book Silent Spring as a metaphor that 'historical amnesia allows the repetition of past mistakes...'

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This image sums up our oceans, beaches, and rivers today. The plastics represents that most of our bodies of water is polluted and filled with garbage.

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The Real Carbon Tax A poster serving to remind people of the continuing impact we all have by the simple act of plugging in. Renewable energy is something we can't procrastinate or ignore.

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from TIME.com

Terribly Beautiful: Industrial Pollution Seen From Above

BLECH. (J Henry Fair/ TIME Magazine) Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada A containment pond holds tar sands tailings, consisting of a mixture of sand, water, and toxic chemicals that remain after the unrefined oil products have been extracted

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from MangaPanda

Illustrations by Wenqing Yan

Global warming is the biggest threat to our world today. Species are endangered and habitats are destroyed because of the huge carbon output of human industries and activities each year.

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