Last weekend, 26 children's paintings with the theme of climate change were auctioned in New York. The event raised money for children most adversely affected by global warming. The "Paint for the Planet" auction, sponsored by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), spotlights the work of young artists across the globe.
The paintings are the best of some 200,000 entries received during the past 17 years of the UNEP's annual International Children's Painting Competition.
Entries came from as far as Burundi, Armenia, Thailand and Colombia. (Full
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