Selva Ozelli’s digital solo art exhibition “Art in the Time of Corona 8 – Space Solar Recovery Roses” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCFui7MaTWY is part of her series of exhibitions by art exploring the links between pollution and the pandemic. In this art exhibit, the coronavirus is depicted in the form of space solar roses as the pandemic is about to recover.
Currently, six of the highest CO2 emitting countries in the world, China, the United States, the EU, India, Russia and Japan, are investing and developing solar power satellite systems (SPS) for produce clean energy 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. without the interference of day / night atmospheric light. And based on a new study by Frazer-Nash Consultancy, on behalf of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), the UK, which has left the EU, joining May -Be this list as a workable solution to reduce the country’s carbon footprint spending.
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SPS is the collection of solar energy in space and its wireless transmission for use on Earth or other bodies. The growth of the global SPS market has been propelled by the implementation of strict government regulations regarding environmental pollution and increased investment in sustainable power generation.
This art exhibition is on display at the United Nations Climate Conference (COP26) for Energy Day, November 4: https://climatefringe.org/events/selva-ozellis-energy-day-art -show /? utm_source = rss & utm_medium = rss & utm_campaign = selva-ozellis-energy-day-art-show