Latest Edition: BRIT EARTH

In partnership with Royal Bank of Canada

Logo designed by Al Bennett - Yr 12

The third rock from the sun and the only known planet to harbour life as we know it. 

Earth, our fragile home. Our only home.

What of earth and what if we who can care for her don’t? We are her only stewards and what we do matters. All 7 billion of us. Our choices today will determine what generations inherit tomorrow.  The good news is that we can do something about it. Yes, more than words.

That’s why RBC Tech For Nature is working with over 130 charities to improve environmental outcomes  and protect critical ecosystems, investing $100MM by 2025.  

I’m committed to doing my part to ensure a healthy future for all.  This planet earth, it’s all we’ve got and we can make a difference together.

Mark Beckles, Vice President, Social Impact & Innovation - RBC Corporate Citizenship

By Elizabeth Dada -Yr 13

 

 

The Ocean Awakes - Marlow Neil Yr 10

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Moved out of ends to appreciate the beauty of mother earth and now I got neighbours like David Attenborough - Leo Sioufi Yr 12

" A Landscape piece of a tropical environment from the perspective of a resident of an urban area who has recently moved there. Mixed media, pencil and brush pen. The resident is shocked by the beauty of the natural environment, which will soon be destroyed by global warming. The colour imagery of the bright blue sky, done in brush pen creates an overwhelmingly positive tone. Blue has positive connotations of purity and peace conveying the idea the earth and nature is positive and peaceful. In urban areas, such as London, due to the many tall buildings it is hard to see the sky and appreciate Earth's full beauty."


Save Beauty - Nicholas Duncan Yr 12

" My Submission is a collage of 2 different nature photographs , taken by me :) , compiled together to make a nice exclamation on How Absolutely amazing our planet can looks sometimes and the importance of preserving this beauty."


Planet Blah - Nelson Maclure Yr 12

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Hanging Our Melting Planet - Lorca Hills Yr 10

"My submission is made from melted plastic bottles and represents our melting plant, our climate is rising and our planet is dying, man made plastic pollution is one of the many problems that cause climate change, we are hanging our planet and the noose represents this."


Dorothy - Cheyenne-Sky Blair - Yr 12

" I created a piece inspired by 50s posters to express the consequences of not taking care of the environment. "


Save our Earth - Mya O'Connor Yr 12
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We Melt Our Ice-cream - Solomon Williams Yr 11

" I’ve worked in an hour ice-cream truck in the past so this has led to me ‘scooping’ our world and putting it on a cone. The flaming hot finger to the left is humans negativity impacting the world with enhanced greenhouse effect and fossil fuels which is causing the ‘ice-cream to melt’. I also added our sponsor and the Brit in my magazine"


The Crisis - Jenny Kitchener - Yr 10

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Climate Change Animation - Theo Craig - Yr 12

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Environmental Skateboard - Jacob Driver Yr 10

"This skateboards displays the globe being kicked by a boot. It attempts to show the viewer or rider an abstract idea of how the technologies we've created have destroyed the originally untouched planet."


Beautiful Bloom - Monique Blake Yr 10

"My photographed image is simply a beautiful bloom. When I first laid my eyes on these flowers, I thought nothing much of them. I just thought they looked "pretty cool". Although, as I examined the photo I came to realise how beautiful nature really could be. I am submitting this image today because I am adamant that we all take nature for granted at some point in our lives - some more than others. We litter. We burn down trees. We use excess amounts of materials that really, we don't need. There are countless ways that we contribute to destroying our environment. We need to stop finding every possible way to destroy the beauties that lie right in front of us. We need to appreciate nature."


Devolution - Jack Savage Yr 10

" Does technology really fix everything? We have gone to far. Nature is the ultimate design - it can’t be improved upon"


Dear 2045 - Sabrina Lindridge Yr 10

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Recyclable Art - Stanley Humphrey - Yr 10

" This is a sculpture made from stuff that I found in my recycling bin."


Live or Let Die? - Ethan Dale Yr 10

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Macro photography and insects - Thierry Spall - Yr 10

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Crushing Heat - Raif Snape Holmes Yr 10

" Interactive Digital Design course work. This design is intended for a line of t-shirts for the company ISLE skateboards. This design depicts the struggle of ice caps and the impact of human intervention on the state of the planet."


If We Don't Act Soon - Charlie Griffith Yr 10
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Penguin - Helena Luz Heyhoe-Tedstone - Yr 10

" I used plastic to create a penguin"

 

 


It's Good to be Green - Summer Barbour - Yr 12