MY FRIENDSHIP WITH THE PLANET
Project number: 2020-3-PL01-KA105-094717
Poland – Edu4You (Leader)
Turkey – TEKMED
Cyprus – Network for European Citizenship and Identity
Italy – SCAMBIEUROPE
While alternative solutions to global warming continue to be produced around the world, 30 young participants of the project researched energy sources. He inspected Polish treatment plants. While intense efforts are being made around the world to limit global warming to 1.50C, some solutions have already been implemented. It is seen that the most important solution is not to pollute the world.
The project participants of My Friendship With The Planet toured the beautiful nature of Poland and took nature photos. It creates stunning atmospheres and images for landscape and nature photography. Photographers who know what they want to do can evaluate these images professionally. Those who are new to the landscape and nature photography profession may need the advice of experienced photographers. Because nature can cause unexpected results with its sudden variables. Our suggestions for those who want to learn about landscape and nature photography techniques and learn where to start their career:
- Do your research well.
- Consider the weather conditions.
3.Use a tripod.
4.Choose a good lens.
5.Don’t forget to use a filter.
- Use the foreground effectively.
8.Catch the sunset and sunrise.
- Take advantage of the city views, too.
- Photograph still lakes and seas.
The aim of the My Friendship With The Planet project is to combat global warming. Planting trees that absorb carbon dioxide has become an important activity for ecology. If we use vehicles that emit carbon dioxide, the most important way to reduce their impact is to plant trees and reduce use. In addition, the young people participating in the project understood the importance of turning to renewable energy. Turkish participants talked about the methods of obtaining energy from wind and solar energy in our country in recent years. The radiation emitted by the sun warms the earth and enables life to continue. But as the earth warms, scientists want to limit the amount of radiation reaching the earth.
While sea levels continue to rise worldwide due to global warming, rising waters continue to threaten coastal cities in particular. After the investigations, it is predicted that 22 cities around the world will be under water in 80 years, and the precautions for this were discussed.
EDU4YOU Foundation coordinates the events held in Lodz, Poland. 30 young people and leaders from Poland, Italy, Czech Republic, Turkey and Southern Cyprus are participating.