Sea life – it’s condition, temperature, currents and life – drive the systems that make our world habitable. Contextually, life under water is of vital importance given Bahrain’s culture and geography. With the disturbance of marine-life and decay of habitats, careful attention is needed to explore solutions, as this global resource is a key feature for a sustainable future.
The increase in temperature caused by climate changes also increases the sea water temperature. The temperature increase in seas threatens life under water and even destroys marine life. As temperature increases at the thermometer level, the fish die. Death of living threatens the sustainable future shaping our life cycle. The fish thermometer image illustrates underwater life and take attention to the importance given Bahrain’s culture and geography.
NBH International Youth Creativity Awards second prize.