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19 September 2016
Save the environment we live in
The website Earth Justice is a way to inform people about the environment that we live in. The word justice in their title refers to them using the power of the law to fight to the environment safe such as the air, clean energy, and healthy climate. And also fight for children to have clean filtered water to drink and clean air to breathe. Also saving the wild life which is saving the homes for those animals so they have a clean and safes homes by protecting their environment such as the areas that provide their food which they need in order to survive and the oceans where they drink out of.
When people go on to the website they see these images that take up most of the websites page in a form of a slide show presentation. Displaying colorful and some not so colorful images one of which shows plants in the bottom of the ocean which symbolizes protecting the ocean and the beautiful mesmerizing plants and sea creatures that live in it. The next image of a child holding up a sign that contains the words “No water No life” which indicates that children have no clean water or any water to drink at all. And also a green field with wind turbines with large mountains in the back and the sky a pink and blue color formed from the sun settling and by this image it depicts the purpose of clean energy.
By displaying these eye catching images, they show how they help out with the power of the law. In the page you have access to information of who they are and the cases they are fighting now or fought. Also at the top a green box with the words donate on it so that people can donate money to help them keep fighting for the environment. They also provide an option to take action and sign up to help out or contribute in any way to their cause.
This mainly focuses to bring attention to people all over the world and give them a preview of who they are and by getting others to realize the importance of taking care of the environment where we live, eat and breathe from. Everyone can do their part in the fight for a safer, healthier and cleaner environment. There are many communities that don’t have clean water. Wild life that are in risk to be endangered. Rare plants that are found nowhere else in the world and provide an ecosystem meaning there are animals that eat the rare plants to survive and earth justice fights to protect the homes of those rare plants so that the animals can eat.
They advertise safety and show how the power of the law helps them by giving you powerful images and information displayed in the bottom of each image and easy access to who they are as people navigate through the website they find a handful of information. Giving them the opportunity to help out and donate. The website its simple not very much detailed in terms of fonts and sizes the main focus is in the center of the page where they have their images taking up most of the website because the main idea is to bring attention to people by displaying big meaningful images with useful information.
In conclusion Earth Justice is where many people can find information about how they can make changes in the environment. They draw the attention to anyone who comes across their page by giving you eye catching images, useful information, contact information on how to contact them if needed. They provide a way for people to have easy access and mainly everything is provided in the main page. Using white and black fo
nt for their texts and a very simple layout to easily read. It’s all about saving the environment and fighting to keep it safe which is the main concept of the Earth Justice motto.
“Earth Justice” accessed on 19 September 2016,
“Wind turbines in Alaska” Photo Courtesy by Damian Manda accessed 19 September 2016,
“Man scuba diving