Drawings about the environment, nature and ecology
The environment can mean so much, but here I will focus on my drawings about nature, with illustrations about biodiversity, resources, pollution, climate change and other factors that influence our relationship with the environment on a local and global scale:
The illustrations here by Frits Ahlefeldt is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
What is the state of the tree of life?
Do we act as if we have an endless amount of spare planets as backup
How do our actions look from a distance?
How can we teach our kids to take better care
How can big multinational companies work to better the chances for biodiversity and thrive at the same time?
Can we create new and better green corridors, by thinking different?
How do we diminish the destructing influence of cars on nature and ressources
What would the penguins do, if they could?
Not only land but also the sea is under severe stress from overfishing, pollution and acidification
Should we buy more sustainable stuff?
It is not just trees, it is their home we clearcut
Why Biofuel for cars is not a good idea
The challenge of electrical cars illustration by FritsAhlefeldt.com
When short term profit destroy long term harvest
When industry creates darkness
When we fickle with the codes we sometimes end up with half fowl, half fish
Tragedy of the Commons: The less there is of something, the more it is worth
Waves of urban development hits tribe people
Change sometimes take a journey
Sometimes help will come from afar
Storm in a global reality
Nature dress up to look serious to business people
We become what we do
I have many more drawings about the environment, nature, sustainability, biodiversity and how we might relate to and take better care on the environment:
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All drawings here by Frits Ahlefeldt, HikingArtist.com