TheAntarctic is a capital region. And for good reason: this continent of ice concentrates alone 70% of the world's fresh water reserves. Unfortunately, the global warming accelerates its melting, causing a disruption of the ecosystem that composes it. It is estimated that in recent decades Antarctica has lost more than 15% of its total thickness.
More than ever, it is therefore important to raise awareness the protection of Antarctica and the animal species that live there, like the famouspenguin. This iconic animal from the polar regions became the "Spearhead" of the new awareness campaign launched by the association Greenpeace. The idea: to appear paper penguins in different cities of the world (London, Sydney, Washington, Seoul, Stockholm, Barcelona, New Dehli, Buenos Aires, Johannesburg, Istanbul or Oslo), all relayed through a unusual photo project christened "March of the Penguins".
Each time, the penguin is represented with a small suitcaseas if he had to leave his natural environment to survive. A subtle and relevant operation that wants to make us aware of the terrible consequences of global warmingbut also to that of the intensive fishing which also disrupts the natural ecosystem.
In the same theme, we also invite you to discover this other operation of Greenpeace who parodied the famous villains of the cinema to raise awareness of the consequences of industrial breeding.
Imagined by: GreenpeaceSource: ufunk.net