ARTISTS: Zoey Brianna Lulgjuraj Our single use lifestyle is harming wildlife. We need to map out and follow a new plan before our growing trash problem destroys any more plants and animals. (Notice the single use trash items and maps used in this sculpture.)
ARTISTS: Lakshya Agarwal, Eamon Rozario Our sculpture is a turtle. The maps represent the skin of the turtle, the cans represent the hard shell and its tail, the straws represent the thick part of the skin. Please save the oceans, they are filled with plastic which causes turtles to become injured or die every year. It’s important to conserve wildlife because the plants and animals need our help.
ARTISTS: Jose Bercedoni, Julian Bercedoni When we lived in Hawaii we learned to take care of our environment by living in balance with nature. They called it living sustainably. My family would practice reusing, reducing and recycling to help the environment. We would also do beach clean ups. Our sculpture shows our journey from Hawaii to Florida. Our family hopes to help beach and ocean animals in Florida by using what we learned in Hawaii. To live sustainably, practice the 3 R's, Reduce-Reuse-Recycle and to keep our beaches clean. We hope our sculpture shares the message and inspires you to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.