Campaign two

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle:

Photography can do a huge service in two ways. It can expose environmental problems as nothing else can, and it can help get people to care.

The purpose of this campaign is to recognize the idea and importance of recycling with the utilizations of images. Throughout the next weeks, our social medias — along side all of YOU — will create an everlasting image as to what the 3 R’s should really represent!

Be sure to keep up to date with us either on this website, or through the use of our handle: 

Have You Caught Up With Our Social Medias?

Here you may find our most recents posts, collaborations, and posters set up specifically for this event! 

Environmental Collage!

Submit YOUR versions of “Reuse, Reduce, and Recycle” to the Environment Project! Those that follow our guidelins will be featured on our website’s collage! 

Fatumata Dia

"Taking care of the environment can mean many different things to many different people. To me taking care of the environment not only means recycling or using a limited amount of plastic products, or reducing my waste."

Fatumata Dia

"To me taking care of the environment means appreciating our environmental surroundings."

Fatumata Dia

"Every tree, every plant, every body of water that allows us to live and breathe. I think that is what we take for granted the most."

Fatumata Dia

"Just how beautiful every living organism on this earth is and just how much they provide for us."

Kimberly Nguyen

She holds up her water bottle to demonstrate how the water she has consumed has given her so much energy! Remember to stay hydrated!

Kevin Li

Take a look at Kevin's personal recycling bin 🙂

Yingyi (Susana) Cao

"Recycled the glass can for plants 🌱 "

David Dong

Here is David's in-person experience within his own community, contributing to the idea of reducing and recycling!

David Dong

Here is another picture that was taken by David at a local Target, demonstrating the utilization of the 3 R's!

Katrina Tan

"This photo represents water pollution. It displays how people littering plastic bags can end up in the oceans. In a way, the bag seems like a predator to the fish because it is bigger and can “capture” the fish. There are also numerous plastic bags on the sand floor which can symbolize how this issue has been around for a long time. I think the creator of this image intended to display how the once clear ocean water is starting to get clouded by plastic bags, bringing environmental awareness to this ongoing issue."

Want to be a part of our collage?

Participate And Send In Your Pictures!

We want members of our community and other communities to send us pictures of areas in our community that correlate with our focus for this campaign, which is reducing, reusing, and recycling!