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 Earth isn't dying, it's being killed, and those who are killing it have names and addresses." Street art in Poland inspired by a quote attributed to singer/activist Utah Phillips. As fossil fuel users, we are all responsible for global warming, but there are some who profit off of intentionally blocking the transition to a low-carbon economy. These parties should be held legally (non-violently) responsible.
AG Adriano Goldschmied Men’s The Nomad Modern Slim Fit Jean, Years Salt Beach, 31×34
Save the Earth by Patrick Carroll. "Over-consumption, global warming and a lack of sustainability are slowly degrading of the ability of the Earth to support us. This poster has a simple message; the world needs to react before it is too late."
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.
While we remain dangerously over-reliant on fossil-fuel power right now, it isn’t too late to make a change. If we take steps in the right direction we can beat our addiction. To safeguard the future, we must spark an energy revolution and if we do, we could end our fossil fuel addiction by 2050. This infographic shows how it could be done.