Clean Air for Blue Skies Day Art Show Space Solar Recovery Roses by Selva Ozelli


Space Sun Recovery Roses by Selva Ozelli

The third International Clean Air Day for blue skies will be held on September 7, 2022, themed “The Air We Share” after the United States passed the biggest climate tax bill ever. American history – a historic victory for the United States and the world. Because air pollution is the greatest contributor to the environmental burden of disease and one of the leading preventable causes of death and disease worldwide. 99% of the world’s population now breathes polluted air, warns the WHO.

This year’s theme focuses on the cross-border nature of air pollution, emphasizing the need for collective responsibility and collective action by reminding people that any damage to our atmosphere is a cross we all carry. collectively. Because air pollution is strongly correlated with other global crises such as climate change, loss of biodiversity, other forms of pollution, social and gender parity as well as economic development.

There is a strong need to raise awareness of the problem, its impact and the search for solutions; collecting and sharing data; through research and development of best practices; as well as strengthening international and regional cooperation for effective implementation of solutions.

Selva Ozelli with her art exhibition “Art in the Time of Corona 8 – Space Solar Recovery Roses” explores the links between pollution and the pandemic which is based on her article “Is Solar Power Adoption Hindered by an Inadequate Global Environmental Tax Policy ?”

Space Solar Recovery Roses by Selva Ozelli an art exhibit for Clean Air for Blue Skies Day

The art exhibit includes a portrait of Dr. Paul Jaffe, who works in the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory’s Spacecraft Engineering Department on space-based solar and energy beam systems. ‘space.

Nikolai Joseph of NASA’s Office of Technology, Policy and Strategy, during a presentation at the National Space Society’s International Conference on Space Development on May 27, 2022, said NASA was beginning a study to assess the prospects for space-based solar power (SBSP), the agency has been working on for about two decades to re-examine the viability of the SBSP, thanks to technological advances and push for clean energy to meet zero goals net carbon emissions by 2050.

Paintings from this art exhibition have also been selected for display at the World Health Organization and solidarity shows Create 2030: COVID-19 Arts Initiative; ACT4SDG; the CUHK Jockey Museum of Climate Change, CIMUSET, COP26, Science Foundation of Ireland, London Climate Action Week, International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer, Climate Week New York and World Space Week.


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