The Environmental Best prize   The Environmental Best prize

 

Jou Davina
Taiwan
Age 10

I have been a member of a nature society since I was six years old. After joining activities such as beach cleaning and Earth Hour every year, I've become aware of the dangerous condition Earth is now in. Our mother Earth is like a sacred bird to me. If we don't take action to protect it, it might fly away and disappear! From flying fish and canoes in Taiwan's Orchid Island to all the world's wondrous creatures and landmarks, we humans have coexisted with nature since ancient times. We should learn that we can't let these treasures become extinct.

 

Special Prize / International Section
  The International Best Prize   The UNICEF Prize      
  The International Best Prize   The UNICEF Prize      
 

Gabriela Nicolle Sānchez Rodriguez
El Salvador
Age 7

I love Earth and that's why I drew it. The girl in the drawing is me. I used my mouth to draw everything.

 

Agatha Amelia
Indonesia
Age 12

We live together with other living things. Humans cannot afford to be selfish to any other animals and plants. Humans should protect and maintain them all and give them space to grow in a good habitat. It would be wonderful if we could share and receive the many blessings of nature. So, we should always love our Earth!

     
             
  The IQNet Special Prize          
  The IQNet Special Prize   The IQNet Special Prize      
 

David Danielian
Ukraine
Age 10

"Old mill": My dad is originally from Armenia, and my mother is Ukrainian. I love both these countries. This year we travelled around Ukraine and saw the windmills, which now grind the grain. When the wind blows, the wings of the mill turn and sing their song.

 

Savic Irina Ivan
Montenegro
Age 11

Give to Earth to get life.

 

 

 
             
  The JQA Special Prize       The Judges Special Prize  
  The JQA Special Prize   The JQA Special Prize   The Judges Special Prize  
 

Afnan Khan Jawata
Brunei
Age 11

My painting is all about sharing. It's a flood, and all the houses, trees, and animals are drowning, and that's why people are helping them. I want to show that though the animals do not have a high status, people are saving them and sharing food and water and their home with them and trying to give them a shelter.

 

Lutfullayeva Margiyona Aliddin qizi
Uzbekistan
Age 13

 

Ciorcila Alexandra
Romania
Age 14

Dancing with nature.

 

 

Special Prize / Japan Section
  The Domestic Best Prize   The UNICEF Prize      
  The Domestic Best Prize   The UNICEF Prize      
 

Ueno Nagomi
Kanagawa, Japan
Age 13

Earth is filled with nature. It is humans that destroy nature but they can also protect it. We must think of Earth once again, so we can keep it beautiful for the next generation.

 

Matsuo Midori
Fukuoka, Japan
Age 13

I have good memories of playing in chinese milk vetch field when I was little. I hope that the nature-filled fields will remain in the future for children and frogs to play.

     
             
  The JQA Special Prize   The IQNet Special Prize   The Judges Special Prize  
  The JQA Special Prize   The IQNet Special Prize   The Judges Special Prize  
 

Matsumoto Mizuki
Tokushima, Japan
Age 13

In this drawing, I tried to express the importance of water on Earth. If Earth had no water, there would not be any animals, trees or flowers.

 

Tanahashi Shiho
Tokyo, Japan
Age 11

I drew the way Earth illuminates the animals with its warm light. I hope that this light keeps going in the future.

 

Ito Reo
Osaka, Japan
Age 11

I think the most important thing on Earth is nature, because nothing can live without water and trees on Earth.