Ethics and Environment Category Archive

Speaking about animation for science communication at an environmental research conference

Nottingham University Jubilee Campus Envision

In early July 2019 I attended an environmental research conference held at Nottingham University’s Jubilee Campus. This was pretty surreal for me as an animator! I only studied science up to A level, but I’ve always been fascinated by the natural world. This is partly where my passion for conservation and sustainability comes from. Over […]

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Cartoon for painter and political activist Atena Farghadani

Atena was imprisoned for painting Iranian government officials as animals.

After reading Atena’s story I felt compelled to draw attention to her plight whilst exercising the freedom to draw political cartoons. Atena Farghadani peacefully protested against her Government through her art and was arrested, beaten and sentenced to over 12 years in prison. She has committed no crime. Visit Amnesty International to see how you […]

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