DRAWING FOR THE OCEANS IS A SERIES OF ONLINE CAMPAIGNS TO RAISE AWARENESS AND LOBBY VIA ART ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES WHICH ARE AFFECTING OUR OCEANS.

Artists, we need your art!

Call to artists | Drawing united

  • Call To Artists | In the past three decades, it has lost half its coral cover, pollution has caused deadly starfish outbreaks, and global warming has produced horrific coral bleaching
    Call To Artists | In the past three decades, it has lost half its coral cover, pollution has caused deadly starfish outbreaks, and global warming has produced horrific coral bleaching
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    Coral Barrier Reef

    Coral Barrier Reef
  • Call To Artists | Reckless deep sea mining companies are keen to start plundering the seabed for minerals and metals, risking irreversible wildlife loss and disturbing important carbon stores that could make climate change worse
    Call To Artists | Reckless deep sea mining companies are keen to start plundering the seabed for minerals and metals, risking irreversible wildlife loss and disturbing important carbon stores that could make climate change worse
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    Deep sea mining in our oceans

    Deep sea mining in our oceans
  • Call To Artists | Humans are known to consume the tiny plastic particles via food and water, but the possible health effects on people and ecosystems have yet to be determined. One study, in Singapore, has found that microplastics can harbour harmful microbes.
    Call To Artists | Humans are known to consume the tiny plastic particles via food and water, but the possible health effects on people and ecosystems have yet to be determined. One study, in Singapore, has found that microplastics can harbour harmful microbes.
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    Microplastics Pollution

    Microplastics Pollution
  • Call To Artists | Single-use-plastics frequently do not make it to a landfill or are recycled.[11] A full 32% of the 78 million tons of plastic packaging produced annually is left to flow into our oceans; the equivalent of pouring one garbage truck of plastic into the ocean every minute.
    Call To Artists | Single-use-plastics frequently do not make it to a landfill or are recycled.[11] A full 32% of the 78 million tons of plastic packaging produced annually is left to flow into our oceans; the equivalent of pouring one garbage truck of plastic into the ocean every minute.
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    Single use plastic bottles

    Single use plastic bottles
  • Pierrick Senelaer, through his art, highlights the alarming rate at which the ice cap is melting due to an increase greenhouse gases produced by human activity
    Pierrick Senelaer, through his art, highlights the alarming rate at which the ice cap is melting due to an increase greenhouse gases produced by human activity

    The Melting of The Poles

    The Melting of The Poles