Beautiful digital art you could display in your classroom to facilitate discussion about global warming. You could present one of images and ask the students what they think it's trying to convey, no text is needed to spark discussion. Great way to get students interested and engaged in the topic.

The Amazing Digital Art of a Disillusioned Idealist

Illustrations by US based arist Wenqing Yan. Wenqing is a Practice of Art major at UC Berkeley with a focus on environmentalism and cyber activism. She specializes in digital art but also enjoy traditional watercolor, sculpting, and origami.

This photo demonstrates how our world is being destroyed. Our generation oblivious to the impact that they pollute the earth. The government in America is so concerned with the growth of the economy no one takes charge to change our ecological footprint on the world. Additionally, technological advances are always thinking with the idea of "bigger, better." Which as a result does not slow down our ecological footprint.

Stop Polluters From Putting Their Money Where Your Mouth Is

This photo demonstrates how pollution is impacting and destroying the earth. It shows that we as humans are oblivious to this and aren't trying to take action against reducing our ecological footprint.

Global Warming: Scientists vs. Climate Skeptics

This infographic explores the two sides of the ever growing debate on global warming and who is causing it. This infographic provides information for

Esculturas de hielo llama Hombres Derritidiendo por un artista de Brazil, Nele Azevedo. Ve el video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TM9iSZVlRxc

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Melting Men by Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo, Berlin. This amazing installation of melting figures was done in collaboration with the WWF to highlight global warming and bring awareness on the rapid loss of ice worldwide.

Spit Roast. See What Will Happen Because Of Greed. Think Hard About The Future. http://www.openmyeyeslord.net/whenthestormisover.htm

Carbon emissions from energy use are likely to rise by 70 percent by "locking in" more disruptive climate change.

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