Alternative electricity sources

Due to the high prices of electric energy, it is necessary to look for alternative solutions.


Future of farming

Musa GUMUS, Turkey

Natural Resources

Cartoonist

Musa GUMUS

Country
Turkey

Place
Istanbul


The future of farming

Natural Resources

Sketcher

Deelnemer 6

Place

Zwolle

Cartoons

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The future of farming

We must be responsible with our planet earth, which is our home and our greatest treasure. It is necessary to look for agricultural alternatives that harm the environment less, so that our children inherit a clean planet with natural resources.

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The future of farming

What inheritance do we leave our children?

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The future of farming

I like the idea of the farmers only being concerned with their income, apparently disregarding the impact on the planet’s and even on their own children’s future.

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The future of farming

The resistance of the new generations keeping agriculture safe

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Future of farming

As a result of drought, we will leave farms that we cannot raise anything to our children.

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The future of farming

When the older generations don't respect nature and abuse it by cutting the trees and farming with old methods and polluting the water, soil, and air, what remains of it for the future? The future generations have no future without the environment.

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The future of farming

Intensive farming without considering the environmental situation, and with old ways may disturb nature more than before and increase the climate changes speed.

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The future of farming

The concept of reduce emissions in intensive farming (and industry in general) is a thing to be consider for the development of a healthy future for the planet and for all the human beings...

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The future of farming

We must take care of our mother earth. She provides us with food and she is our home. Cultivating it responsibly is everyone's task

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The future of farming

Difference in clothes A dress with a special brand and another is a torn dress

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Climate

Natural Resources

Sketcher

Deelnemer 4

Place

Zwolle

Cartoons

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Cartoonist:
Jiří Srna
Why did you choose this sketch?
Due to the high prices of electric energy, it is necessary to look for alternative solutions.
Cartoonist:
Musa GUMUS
Why did you choose this sketch?
As a result of drought, we will leave farms that we cannot raise anything to our children.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 6
Why did you choose this sketch?
In the Netherlands, farmers don't want to give in to nature. They must reduce their emissions, but many of them protest against them. In the cartoon I want to show they have a short term view. If they don't reduce their children will inherit a dead farm with no insects, dead trees etc. So the old farmer says 'good luck!' to the youngster, handing over the key. But the child is not so happy with it.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 4
Why did you choose this sketch?
Intensive farming in the Netherlands and Europe is bad for the environment.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 2
Why did you choose this sketch?
Lady Justice is holding scales. In the scales, poor people and rich people are intermingled, in balance. On the ground the poor and rich are separates. Justice means a balance of all people, not segregation.
Cartoonist:
yassin alkhalil
Why did you choose this sketch?
The land is only for the rich..the poor want only a little to live..but they get nothing
Cartoonist:
jiaruijun
Why did you choose this sketch?
参与战争就是消耗
Cartoonist:
Vincent SEEL
Why did you choose this sketch?
It's a quote from Pavan Sukhdev "The Bees don’t send you an invoice for pollination services, the Trees don’t send you an invoice for air cleaning and carbon capture" / So I imagined a bee very angry and now presenting an invoice as we human put value only on prices
Cartoonist:
KAP
Why did you choose this sketch?
Cartoonist:
Andrea
Why did you choose this sketch?
Water is become a scarce resource. We should think carefully how we use it.

Climate

Planting a tree everywhere will eliminate all pollution on the earth

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Climate

Here's what we should be cultivating.

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The balance of justice

Natural Resources

Sketcher

Deelnemer 2

Place

Zwolle

Cartoons

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The balance of justice

Justice means equality between people

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The balance of justice

Stop climate change and environment pollution.

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The balance of justice

It was simple and clear and I’ve had several ideas and cartoons along the same lines…

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The balance of justice

An imbalance in the balance of power between people leads to an imbalance in the balance of justice... Those with power can manipulate justice and make laws a sword with which they threaten weaker humans

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The balance of justice

The balance of justice is disputed in a struggle of social classes

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The balance of justice

The sketch shows the balance of justice. And inspired me to communicate that it is doubly difficult to achieve balance.

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The balance of justice

On the one hand, those who strive for freedom... on the other hand, those who are contented... despite everything, the longing for true justice...

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The balance of justice

Great idea to achieve that balance of justice in the future; Inequality between rich and poor continues to rise. More than 2,000 billionaires are richer than 60 percent of the rest of the population. And the 22 richest men have more money than all the women in Africa. Poverty is even on the rise again south of the Sahara.

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The land is only for the rich

Yassin Alkhalil, Syrya

Natural Resources

Sketcher

yassin alkhalil

Country

Syrya

Place

damascos - syrya

Cartoons

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Cartoonist:
Jiří Srna
Why did you choose this sketch?
Due to the high prices of electric energy, it is necessary to look for alternative solutions.
Cartoonist:
Musa GUMUS
Why did you choose this sketch?
As a result of drought, we will leave farms that we cannot raise anything to our children.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 6
Why did you choose this sketch?
In the Netherlands, farmers don't want to give in to nature. They must reduce their emissions, but many of them protest against them. In the cartoon I want to show they have a short term view. If they don't reduce their children will inherit a dead farm with no insects, dead trees etc. So the old farmer says 'good luck!' to the youngster, handing over the key. But the child is not so happy with it.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 4
Why did you choose this sketch?
Intensive farming in the Netherlands and Europe is bad for the environment.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 2
Why did you choose this sketch?
Lady Justice is holding scales. In the scales, poor people and rich people are intermingled, in balance. On the ground the poor and rich are separates. Justice means a balance of all people, not segregation.
Cartoonist:
yassin alkhalil
Why did you choose this sketch?
The land is only for the rich..the poor want only a little to live..but they get nothing
Cartoonist:
jiaruijun
Why did you choose this sketch?
参与战争就是消耗
Cartoonist:
Vincent SEEL
Why did you choose this sketch?
It's a quote from Pavan Sukhdev "The Bees don’t send you an invoice for pollination services, the Trees don’t send you an invoice for air cleaning and carbon capture" / So I imagined a bee very angry and now presenting an invoice as we human put value only on prices
Cartoonist:
KAP
Why did you choose this sketch?
Cartoonist:
Andrea
Why did you choose this sketch?
Water is become a scarce resource. We should think carefully how we use it.

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过境

Natural Resources

Cartoons

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Cartoonist:
Jiří Srna
Why did you choose this sketch?
Due to the high prices of electric energy, it is necessary to look for alternative solutions.
Cartoonist:
Musa GUMUS
Why did you choose this sketch?
As a result of drought, we will leave farms that we cannot raise anything to our children.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 6
Why did you choose this sketch?
In the Netherlands, farmers don't want to give in to nature. They must reduce their emissions, but many of them protest against them. In the cartoon I want to show they have a short term view. If they don't reduce their children will inherit a dead farm with no insects, dead trees etc. So the old farmer says 'good luck!' to the youngster, handing over the key. But the child is not so happy with it.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 4
Why did you choose this sketch?
Intensive farming in the Netherlands and Europe is bad for the environment.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 2
Why did you choose this sketch?
Lady Justice is holding scales. In the scales, poor people and rich people are intermingled, in balance. On the ground the poor and rich are separates. Justice means a balance of all people, not segregation.
Cartoonist:
yassin alkhalil
Why did you choose this sketch?
The land is only for the rich..the poor want only a little to live..but they get nothing
Cartoonist:
jiaruijun
Why did you choose this sketch?
参与战争就是消耗
Cartoonist:
Vincent SEEL
Why did you choose this sketch?
It's a quote from Pavan Sukhdev "The Bees don’t send you an invoice for pollination services, the Trees don’t send you an invoice for air cleaning and carbon capture" / So I imagined a bee very angry and now presenting an invoice as we human put value only on prices
Cartoonist:
KAP
Why did you choose this sketch?
Cartoonist:
Andrea
Why did you choose this sketch?
Water is become a scarce resource. We should think carefully how we use it.

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EarthDay : what if ?

Vincent SEEL, France

Natural Resources

Sketcher

Vincent SEEL

Country

France

Cartoons

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Cartoonist:
Jiří Srna
Why did you choose this sketch?
Due to the high prices of electric energy, it is necessary to look for alternative solutions.
Cartoonist:
Musa GUMUS
Why did you choose this sketch?
As a result of drought, we will leave farms that we cannot raise anything to our children.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 6
Why did you choose this sketch?
In the Netherlands, farmers don't want to give in to nature. They must reduce their emissions, but many of them protest against them. In the cartoon I want to show they have a short term view. If they don't reduce their children will inherit a dead farm with no insects, dead trees etc. So the old farmer says 'good luck!' to the youngster, handing over the key. But the child is not so happy with it.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 4
Why did you choose this sketch?
Intensive farming in the Netherlands and Europe is bad for the environment.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 2
Why did you choose this sketch?
Lady Justice is holding scales. In the scales, poor people and rich people are intermingled, in balance. On the ground the poor and rich are separates. Justice means a balance of all people, not segregation.
Cartoonist:
yassin alkhalil
Why did you choose this sketch?
The land is only for the rich..the poor want only a little to live..but they get nothing
Cartoonist:
jiaruijun
Why did you choose this sketch?
参与战争就是消耗
Cartoonist:
Vincent SEEL
Why did you choose this sketch?
It's a quote from Pavan Sukhdev "The Bees don’t send you an invoice for pollination services, the Trees don’t send you an invoice for air cleaning and carbon capture" / So I imagined a bee very angry and now presenting an invoice as we human put value only on prices
Cartoonist:
KAP
Why did you choose this sketch?
Cartoonist:
Andrea
Why did you choose this sketch?
Water is become a scarce resource. We should think carefully how we use it.






Save water!

KAP, Spain

Natural Resources

Cartoonist

KAP, Spain

Save water!

Natural Resources

Sketcher

Andrea

Country

The Netherlands

Place

Berlage Lyceum

Cartoons

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

Cartoonist:
Jiří Srna
Why did you choose this sketch?
Due to the high prices of electric energy, it is necessary to look for alternative solutions.
Cartoonist:
Musa GUMUS
Why did you choose this sketch?
As a result of drought, we will leave farms that we cannot raise anything to our children.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 6
Why did you choose this sketch?
In the Netherlands, farmers don't want to give in to nature. They must reduce their emissions, but many of them protest against them. In the cartoon I want to show they have a short term view. If they don't reduce their children will inherit a dead farm with no insects, dead trees etc. So the old farmer says 'good luck!' to the youngster, handing over the key. But the child is not so happy with it.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 4
Why did you choose this sketch?
Intensive farming in the Netherlands and Europe is bad for the environment.
Cartoonist:
Deelnemer 2
Why did you choose this sketch?
Lady Justice is holding scales. In the scales, poor people and rich people are intermingled, in balance. On the ground the poor and rich are separates. Justice means a balance of all people, not segregation.
Cartoonist:
yassin alkhalil
Why did you choose this sketch?
The land is only for the rich..the poor want only a little to live..but they get nothing
Cartoonist:
jiaruijun
Why did you choose this sketch?
参与战争就是消耗
Cartoonist:
Vincent SEEL
Why did you choose this sketch?
It's a quote from Pavan Sukhdev "The Bees don’t send you an invoice for pollination services, the Trees don’t send you an invoice for air cleaning and carbon capture" / So I imagined a bee very angry and now presenting an invoice as we human put value only on prices
Cartoonist:
KAP
Why did you choose this sketch?
Cartoonist:
Andrea
Why did you choose this sketch?
Water is become a scarce resource. We should think carefully how we use it.

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