Research Article | Open Access
Promoting Green Art Practices To Conserve Energy
DR. MANDAKINI SHARMA
DOI: 10.48047/INTJECSE/ V12I2.201079
The current ecological system has been severely harmed due to human activities such as industrialization and the misuse of natural resources. At the same time, however, both human needs and environmental consciousness are on the rise. The government has aggressively bolstered environmental control and has also proposed a "people-oriented" sustainable development policy. Since graphic design serves a crucial social purpose and directly impacts people's daily lives, its artistic function must evolve in tandem with the changing times. This means not only meeting but anticipating and exceeding the demands of the media industry.
Green art, anti-corrosion environmental degradation, green design sustainable development,
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