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POETRY FOR NO MAN'S LAND

My inspiration comes from biodiversity.
Human activities are destroying biodiversity at an unprecedented rate and altering the population structure of wildlife. The population has doubled in the past 50 years. The global economy has nearly quadrupled, and global trade has grown about tenfold. Today, it will take 1.6 Earth’s resources to meet humanity’s annual demands on nature. There are more species at risk of extinction than ever before.
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak has highlighted the fact that when we destroy biodiversity, we are destroying the very foundations of the systems that support human life. The more diverse the ecosystem, the harder it is for one pathogen to spread quickly or dominate. Conversely, the loss of biodiversity provides an opportunity for pathogens to spread between animals and humans. Human actions, including deforestation, encroachment on wildlife habitat, intensive agriculture, and the acceleration of climate change, have upset the delicate balance of nature. We have altered the natural protection systems that favor our survival, and have instead created the conditions for the spread of certain pathogens, including coronaviruses.
Humans are the worst natural disaster.
And my designs use natural dyeing techniques and natural fabrics to depict the world after the earth loses humans. I hope to call on human beings to protect the environment and care for nature.

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