Children of Izmir Draw an Immaculate World

izmirli cocuklar was an immaculate world
izmirli cocuklar was an immaculate world

The winners of the competition organized by Izmir Metropolitan Municipality on iyle Wind and Sun, Integrating with Clean Energy iyle organized for the third time this year in order to place clean energy consciousness in children were given awards.

Izmir Metropolitan Municipality organized a painting competition on the subject of “Wind and Sun, Integrate with Clean Energy” in order to draw attention to the rapidly increasing environmental pollution and the danger of exhaustion faced by natural resources. 251 works participated in the competition, which was held for the third time this year. The winners received their awards at a ceremony held in İzmir Sanat. The jury, having difficulty in choosing among the most beautiful works, determined 50 works that were entitled to be exhibited with the first three places. Cevat Hayta, a student of Türk Telekom Boarding Region Secondary School, “Energy in the Arms of Nature”, Hazal Balıkçı, student of Reşat Nuri Güntekin Secondary School, “My World” and Prof. Dr. Dila Uzun from Aziz Sancar Secondary School shared her first three degrees with her works titled "Let a drop be energized."

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Speaking at the award ceremony, Deputy General Secretary of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Yildiz Devran, the main problems facing the world is the effects of climate change and the rapid depletion of raw materials, stating that Izmir Metropolitan Municipality's efforts to create a climate-resistant city summed up. In order to reduce the carbon emissions in the city, the network of the rail system has been expanded, solar power plants have been installed on the roofs of the buildings, and the green areas have been created and the rain water lines have been created. The imagination of our children surprises us. While looking at the pictures, they made us very happy about the environment. We entrust our future to the children who are conscious of the protection of natural resources. How happy we are, their families and teachers who train them. Ne

The first three students in the competition were given a bicycle gift, while the 50 student was given a portable battery charger and various gifts. Olive saplings were distributed to all children participating in the painting competition.

Dokuz Eylul University, Buca Faculty of Education, Fine Arts Education Department, Head of the Department of Painting Education Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tuba Gültekin, Ege University Faculty of Education Department of Fine Arts Education Dr. Prof. Dr. Merih Tekin Bender, art teacher, Gülsün Solgun, Environmental Protection and Control Department Director Hülya Oker, Healthy Cities and Clean Energy Branch Director Özlem Sevinç Gökçen took part.

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