Every day we (unconsciously) use raw materials that are also mined in the Arctic. These are not only found in smartphones. The extraction of raw materials has a high impact on the environment. Those who use their devices for longer, conserve resources and support the preservation of the Arctic.
This postcard is part of a series of three postcards that provide information on how the daily consumption of energy and raw materials in Germany can affect the Arctic. The postcards were developed by Ecologic Institute for the Federal Environment Agency within the project "Environmental Guidelines for a German Arctic Policy".
Media format: : Postcard (DIN A6), both sides
Concept: Melanie Kemper, Lena Aebli (Ecologic Institute)
Dr. Heike Herata, Dr. Manuela Krakau, Rita Fabris (Federal Environment Agency)
Graphic Design: Lena Aebli (Ecologic Institute)
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