Presentation on theme: "Chris Jordan is back with more incredible photographic art. It’s again a pleasure for Eco-Sys Action and Boopy to introduce such a clever way to understand."— Presentation transcript:
Chris Jordan is back with more incredible photographic art. It’s again a pleasure for Eco-Sys Action and Boopy to introduce such a clever way to understand where our planet is going if none of us take action.
Shark teeth, 2009 Depicts 270,000 fossilized shark teeth, equal to the estimated number of sharks of all species killed around the world every day for their fins.
Tuna, 2009 Made from nineteen original watercolor paintings by Sarah Waller Depicts 20,500 tuna, the average number of tuna fished from the world's oceans every fifteen minutes.
If you don’t want sharks to disappear from our ocean, don’t eat shark fin soup and join the campaign to help regulate its trade. If you don’t want the sea to be empty of fish, check carefully which species are endangered and don't eat them at all. If you want to take one single action to conserve our marine resources, then organize a beach, river or stream cleanup with adult supervision! It will also teach adults that young people want a clean planet. Thanks to Dreaming of a better world. Acting now to build it up.