Sand artist Manas Kumar Sahoo commemorates Massive Earth Summit 2018 with sand art

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Puri (Odisha), Jun 06 (ANI): International sand artist Manas Kumar Sahoo created a sand art to commemorate The Massive Earth Summit 2018 on Tuesday. The event which is being organised in New Delhi on June 6 is a summit on environmental protection. The art is about 20 feet in width and over 20 tonnes of sand was used to make it. The sculpture took 7 hours to build. This summit brings together thought-leaders from diverse fields to share their views and insights on ‘Pollution-as-Resource’ mindset. Sahoo’s sand art depicted urbanisation on one side and industrial development on the other, where tons and tons of waste is produced causing environmental pollution. The Massive Earth Summit is the subject matter of how plastic can be recycled and reused which can prevent pollution by massive plantation, using solar power for electricity generation and natural resources to generate electricity.

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