Don't agree

Environment

Sketcher

Domantas Simutus

Country

Lithuania

Place

Kaunas, Lithuania

Cartoons

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Cartoonist:
Domantas Simutus
Why did you choose this sketch?
It's about how people don't agree on vaccination. Some say it's bad and some say it's good. It's all about arguing.
Cartoonist:
Puseletso Motsemedi
Why did you choose this sketch?
My sketch/idea highlights the fact that nature is economical, it wastes nothing as acknowledged by the author Kabelo Sello Duiker (The Quiet Violence Of Dreams) Nature has a way of equilibrating itself. The human hand can both nurture and destroy nature. Global warming is the aftermath of human greed, complacency and a don't care attitude. We cut down earth lungs for our voracious appetite for beef, beautiful furniture, big houses or worse Coca plantations. We know carbon dioxide is bad, we generate methane gas through our waste which we can recycle into green energy. But we worry about monetary costs and politics. The next world war would be sparked by a dwindling water supply.
Cartoonist:
Botlhale Aziza Bokaba
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea is to have people who are suffering from food insecurity to be asking for food that's being dropped of by a truck(s) in the background, and then have one or two authoritive figures blocking them. The piles of food are rotting to represent the amount of food thrown out into landfills.
Cartoonist:
Tristin
Why did you choose this sketch?
We don't have much time left, we need to respect the earth that we have.
Cartoonist:
Ashley Thomas
Why did you choose this sketch?
An enormous force is stripping our resources to the bone.
Cartoonist:
Zaheer Sooliman
Why did you choose this sketch?
Two hands holding up an earth. The world is broken, sad animals, pollution, gender issues and more. We can't change the past, but we can start now. Palestinian flag wrapping around one hand, cancer ribbon wrapping around the other. A deep Crack through the Earth. This is to show that we have to accept what has happened, but we must start now. It should leave the viewer with a lot of thought. Will submit a refined version later
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
In my opinion the air is not clean from all the cities and factories. All the cars and factories are just polluting the air and this is a serious problem. A way out is going to be just remove all factories or switch them with factories without a chimney.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
When there are problems with climate crises now and when all kinds of machines, cigarettes and many electronics pollute the air, spoil the climate, lets team up and make drones that dig up the ground, plant and water the trees, uses solar energy to do all these functions.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
The earth, the only inhabited, habitable planet, our home, is fast becoming an unsuitable place to live. This requires uniting people, trusting each other and acting quickly, so it is not possible.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
I wanted to draw our planet Earth being thrown into basketball. I think that we treat our planet really recklessly. We, people, don't deserve to live on earth because of our bad behaviour. It's like having the last chance to cure our world.

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World war over water

Environment

Sketcher

Puseletso Motsemedi

Country

South Africa

Place

South Africa

Cartoons

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Cartoonist:
Domantas Simutus
Why did you choose this sketch?
It's about how people don't agree on vaccination. Some say it's bad and some say it's good. It's all about arguing.
Cartoonist:
Puseletso Motsemedi
Why did you choose this sketch?
My sketch/idea highlights the fact that nature is economical, it wastes nothing as acknowledged by the author Kabelo Sello Duiker (The Quiet Violence Of Dreams) Nature has a way of equilibrating itself. The human hand can both nurture and destroy nature. Global warming is the aftermath of human greed, complacency and a don't care attitude. We cut down earth lungs for our voracious appetite for beef, beautiful furniture, big houses or worse Coca plantations. We know carbon dioxide is bad, we generate methane gas through our waste which we can recycle into green energy. But we worry about monetary costs and politics. The next world war would be sparked by a dwindling water supply.
Cartoonist:
Botlhale Aziza Bokaba
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea is to have people who are suffering from food insecurity to be asking for food that's being dropped of by a truck(s) in the background, and then have one or two authoritive figures blocking them. The piles of food are rotting to represent the amount of food thrown out into landfills.
Cartoonist:
Tristin
Why did you choose this sketch?
We don't have much time left, we need to respect the earth that we have.
Cartoonist:
Ashley Thomas
Why did you choose this sketch?
An enormous force is stripping our resources to the bone.
Cartoonist:
Zaheer Sooliman
Why did you choose this sketch?
Two hands holding up an earth. The world is broken, sad animals, pollution, gender issues and more. We can't change the past, but we can start now. Palestinian flag wrapping around one hand, cancer ribbon wrapping around the other. A deep Crack through the Earth. This is to show that we have to accept what has happened, but we must start now. It should leave the viewer with a lot of thought. Will submit a refined version later
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
In my opinion the air is not clean from all the cities and factories. All the cars and factories are just polluting the air and this is a serious problem. A way out is going to be just remove all factories or switch them with factories without a chimney.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
When there are problems with climate crises now and when all kinds of machines, cigarettes and many electronics pollute the air, spoil the climate, lets team up and make drones that dig up the ground, plant and water the trees, uses solar energy to do all these functions.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
The earth, the only inhabited, habitable planet, our home, is fast becoming an unsuitable place to live. This requires uniting people, trusting each other and acting quickly, so it is not possible.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
I wanted to draw our planet Earth being thrown into basketball. I think that we treat our planet really recklessly. We, people, don't deserve to live on earth because of our bad behaviour. It's like having the last chance to cure our world.

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Food Wastage in SA

Environment

Sketcher

Botlhale Aziza Bokaba

Country

South Africa

Place

Johannesburg, South Africa

Cartoons

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Cartoonist:
Domantas Simutus
Why did you choose this sketch?
It's about how people don't agree on vaccination. Some say it's bad and some say it's good. It's all about arguing.
Cartoonist:
Puseletso Motsemedi
Why did you choose this sketch?
My sketch/idea highlights the fact that nature is economical, it wastes nothing as acknowledged by the author Kabelo Sello Duiker (The Quiet Violence Of Dreams) Nature has a way of equilibrating itself. The human hand can both nurture and destroy nature. Global warming is the aftermath of human greed, complacency and a don't care attitude. We cut down earth lungs for our voracious appetite for beef, beautiful furniture, big houses or worse Coca plantations. We know carbon dioxide is bad, we generate methane gas through our waste which we can recycle into green energy. But we worry about monetary costs and politics. The next world war would be sparked by a dwindling water supply.
Cartoonist:
Botlhale Aziza Bokaba
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea is to have people who are suffering from food insecurity to be asking for food that's being dropped of by a truck(s) in the background, and then have one or two authoritive figures blocking them. The piles of food are rotting to represent the amount of food thrown out into landfills.
Cartoonist:
Tristin
Why did you choose this sketch?
We don't have much time left, we need to respect the earth that we have.
Cartoonist:
Ashley Thomas
Why did you choose this sketch?
An enormous force is stripping our resources to the bone.
Cartoonist:
Zaheer Sooliman
Why did you choose this sketch?
Two hands holding up an earth. The world is broken, sad animals, pollution, gender issues and more. We can't change the past, but we can start now. Palestinian flag wrapping around one hand, cancer ribbon wrapping around the other. A deep Crack through the Earth. This is to show that we have to accept what has happened, but we must start now. It should leave the viewer with a lot of thought. Will submit a refined version later
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
In my opinion the air is not clean from all the cities and factories. All the cars and factories are just polluting the air and this is a serious problem. A way out is going to be just remove all factories or switch them with factories without a chimney.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
When there are problems with climate crises now and when all kinds of machines, cigarettes and many electronics pollute the air, spoil the climate, lets team up and make drones that dig up the ground, plant and water the trees, uses solar energy to do all these functions.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
The earth, the only inhabited, habitable planet, our home, is fast becoming an unsuitable place to live. This requires uniting people, trusting each other and acting quickly, so it is not possible.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
I wanted to draw our planet Earth being thrown into basketball. I think that we treat our planet really recklessly. We, people, don't deserve to live on earth because of our bad behaviour. It's like having the last chance to cure our world.

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Times running out

Environment

Sketcher

Tristin

Country

South Africa

Place

South Africa

Themes:

Environment

Cartoons

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Cartoonist:
Domantas Simutus
Why did you choose this sketch?
It's about how people don't agree on vaccination. Some say it's bad and some say it's good. It's all about arguing.
Cartoonist:
Puseletso Motsemedi
Why did you choose this sketch?
My sketch/idea highlights the fact that nature is economical, it wastes nothing as acknowledged by the author Kabelo Sello Duiker (The Quiet Violence Of Dreams) Nature has a way of equilibrating itself. The human hand can both nurture and destroy nature. Global warming is the aftermath of human greed, complacency and a don't care attitude. We cut down earth lungs for our voracious appetite for beef, beautiful furniture, big houses or worse Coca plantations. We know carbon dioxide is bad, we generate methane gas through our waste which we can recycle into green energy. But we worry about monetary costs and politics. The next world war would be sparked by a dwindling water supply.
Cartoonist:
Botlhale Aziza Bokaba
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea is to have people who are suffering from food insecurity to be asking for food that's being dropped of by a truck(s) in the background, and then have one or two authoritive figures blocking them. The piles of food are rotting to represent the amount of food thrown out into landfills.
Cartoonist:
Tristin
Why did you choose this sketch?
We don't have much time left, we need to respect the earth that we have.
Cartoonist:
Ashley Thomas
Why did you choose this sketch?
An enormous force is stripping our resources to the bone.
Cartoonist:
Zaheer Sooliman
Why did you choose this sketch?
Two hands holding up an earth. The world is broken, sad animals, pollution, gender issues and more. We can't change the past, but we can start now. Palestinian flag wrapping around one hand, cancer ribbon wrapping around the other. A deep Crack through the Earth. This is to show that we have to accept what has happened, but we must start now. It should leave the viewer with a lot of thought. Will submit a refined version later
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
In my opinion the air is not clean from all the cities and factories. All the cars and factories are just polluting the air and this is a serious problem. A way out is going to be just remove all factories or switch them with factories without a chimney.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
When there are problems with climate crises now and when all kinds of machines, cigarettes and many electronics pollute the air, spoil the climate, lets team up and make drones that dig up the ground, plant and water the trees, uses solar energy to do all these functions.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
The earth, the only inhabited, habitable planet, our home, is fast becoming an unsuitable place to live. This requires uniting people, trusting each other and acting quickly, so it is not possible.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
I wanted to draw our planet Earth being thrown into basketball. I think that we treat our planet really recklessly. We, people, don't deserve to live on earth because of our bad behaviour. It's like having the last chance to cure our world.

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LET ME GO.

Environment

Sketcher

Ashley Thomas

Country

South Africa

Place

KZN

Cartoons

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Cartoonist:
Domantas Simutus
Why did you choose this sketch?
It's about how people don't agree on vaccination. Some say it's bad and some say it's good. It's all about arguing.
Cartoonist:
Puseletso Motsemedi
Why did you choose this sketch?
My sketch/idea highlights the fact that nature is economical, it wastes nothing as acknowledged by the author Kabelo Sello Duiker (The Quiet Violence Of Dreams) Nature has a way of equilibrating itself. The human hand can both nurture and destroy nature. Global warming is the aftermath of human greed, complacency and a don't care attitude. We cut down earth lungs for our voracious appetite for beef, beautiful furniture, big houses or worse Coca plantations. We know carbon dioxide is bad, we generate methane gas through our waste which we can recycle into green energy. But we worry about monetary costs and politics. The next world war would be sparked by a dwindling water supply.
Cartoonist:
Botlhale Aziza Bokaba
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea is to have people who are suffering from food insecurity to be asking for food that's being dropped of by a truck(s) in the background, and then have one or two authoritive figures blocking them. The piles of food are rotting to represent the amount of food thrown out into landfills.
Cartoonist:
Tristin
Why did you choose this sketch?
We don't have much time left, we need to respect the earth that we have.
Cartoonist:
Ashley Thomas
Why did you choose this sketch?
An enormous force is stripping our resources to the bone.
Cartoonist:
Zaheer Sooliman
Why did you choose this sketch?
Two hands holding up an earth. The world is broken, sad animals, pollution, gender issues and more. We can't change the past, but we can start now. Palestinian flag wrapping around one hand, cancer ribbon wrapping around the other. A deep Crack through the Earth. This is to show that we have to accept what has happened, but we must start now. It should leave the viewer with a lot of thought. Will submit a refined version later
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
In my opinion the air is not clean from all the cities and factories. All the cars and factories are just polluting the air and this is a serious problem. A way out is going to be just remove all factories or switch them with factories without a chimney.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
When there are problems with climate crises now and when all kinds of machines, cigarettes and many electronics pollute the air, spoil the climate, lets team up and make drones that dig up the ground, plant and water the trees, uses solar energy to do all these functions.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
The earth, the only inhabited, habitable planet, our home, is fast becoming an unsuitable place to live. This requires uniting people, trusting each other and acting quickly, so it is not possible.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
I wanted to draw our planet Earth being thrown into basketball. I think that we treat our planet really recklessly. We, people, don't deserve to live on earth because of our bad behaviour. It's like having the last chance to cure our world.

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Can’t change the past, but we can start now

Environment

Sketcher

Zaheer Sooliman

Country

South Africa

Place

Johannesburg, South Africa

Cartoons

Below you’ll see the cartoons that have been made inspired by the sketch above.

Cartoonist:
Domantas Simutus
Why did you choose this sketch?
It's about how people don't agree on vaccination. Some say it's bad and some say it's good. It's all about arguing.
Cartoonist:
Puseletso Motsemedi
Why did you choose this sketch?
My sketch/idea highlights the fact that nature is economical, it wastes nothing as acknowledged by the author Kabelo Sello Duiker (The Quiet Violence Of Dreams) Nature has a way of equilibrating itself. The human hand can both nurture and destroy nature. Global warming is the aftermath of human greed, complacency and a don't care attitude. We cut down earth lungs for our voracious appetite for beef, beautiful furniture, big houses or worse Coca plantations. We know carbon dioxide is bad, we generate methane gas through our waste which we can recycle into green energy. But we worry about monetary costs and politics. The next world war would be sparked by a dwindling water supply.
Cartoonist:
Botlhale Aziza Bokaba
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea is to have people who are suffering from food insecurity to be asking for food that's being dropped of by a truck(s) in the background, and then have one or two authoritive figures blocking them. The piles of food are rotting to represent the amount of food thrown out into landfills.
Cartoonist:
Tristin
Why did you choose this sketch?
We don't have much time left, we need to respect the earth that we have.
Cartoonist:
Ashley Thomas
Why did you choose this sketch?
An enormous force is stripping our resources to the bone.
Cartoonist:
Zaheer Sooliman
Why did you choose this sketch?
Two hands holding up an earth. The world is broken, sad animals, pollution, gender issues and more. We can't change the past, but we can start now. Palestinian flag wrapping around one hand, cancer ribbon wrapping around the other. A deep Crack through the Earth. This is to show that we have to accept what has happened, but we must start now. It should leave the viewer with a lot of thought. Will submit a refined version later
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
In my opinion the air is not clean from all the cities and factories. All the cars and factories are just polluting the air and this is a serious problem. A way out is going to be just remove all factories or switch them with factories without a chimney.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
When there are problems with climate crises now and when all kinds of machines, cigarettes and many electronics pollute the air, spoil the climate, lets team up and make drones that dig up the ground, plant and water the trees, uses solar energy to do all these functions.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
The earth, the only inhabited, habitable planet, our home, is fast becoming an unsuitable place to live. This requires uniting people, trusting each other and acting quickly, so it is not possible.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
I wanted to draw our planet Earth being thrown into basketball. I think that we treat our planet really recklessly. We, people, don't deserve to live on earth because of our bad behaviour. It's like having the last chance to cure our world.

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polution

Environment

Sketcher

Ugnius

Country

LT

Place

Kaunas

University / School / Youth organisation

Kaunas Gediminas Sports & Health promotion gymnasium

Cartoons

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Nahid Maghsoudi, Iran

Cartoonist

Nahid Maghsoudi

Country

Iran

Why did you choose this sketch?

Air pollution, Danger to all creatures, environment, natural resource.

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Cleaner air

Environment

Sketcher

Einius

Country

Lithuania

Place

Panevėžys

University / School / Youth organisation

Gabriele Petkevicaite-Bite Public Library

Cartoons

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Mohsen Zarifian, Iran

Cartoonist

Mohsen Zarifian

Country

Iran

Why did you choose this sketch?

It goes without saying that Industry and technology are essential for easy living, but the pollution they cause is harmful to both nature and the human soul. Our souls need to get closer to clean nature and clean air. Sometimes you have to get away from the air pollution and also noise pollution of big cities and resort to the beauty and peacefulness of nature.

Jorge Luis Cabrera Garcia, Cuba

Cartoonist

Jorge Luis Cabrera Garcia

Country

Cuba

Place

Santa Clara

Why did you choose this sketch?

El uso de tecnologías contaminantes traen la destrucción del medio ambiente. Es importante y necesario el uso de nuevas tecnologías que hagan uso de las fuentes renovables de energía.

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The world on fire, but I don’t see it

Environment

Sketcher

Monika

Country

Lithuania

Place

Panevėžys

University / School / Youth organisation

Gabriele Petkevicaite-Bite Public Library

Cartoons

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Bahram Arjmandnia, Iran

Cartoonist

Bahram Arjmandnia

Country

Iran

Why did you choose this sketch?

Dear Monica, Unfortunately, we humans, with the aristocracy that the earth is the only habitable planet, unfortunately are rapidly destroying its resources. Even now, many areas that were usable until a few years ago have lost their usability.
We must unite and I hope we will get a good result from this alliance soon.

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The last chance

Environment

Sketcher

Kotryna

Country

Lithuania

Place

Merkinė

University / School / Youth organisation

Merkinė Vincas Krėvė gymnasium

Cartoons

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Miguel Morales Madrigal, Cuba

Cartoonist

Miguel Morales Madrigal

Country

Cuba

Why did you choose this sketch?

We really don’t have too many choices to save our earth. Is important to make people notice that maybe this is our last shot !

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