“Janaritta Armooti won in the “climate change

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” competition held by the British Embassy in cooperation with the British Institute for the centenary of friendship between Jordan and the United Kingdom”.
Where she participated in a painting represents nature and green, and expressed her opinion that green, trees and forests may limit climate changes, as she added:
“Climate is the long-term pattern of weather in an area, and the climate change is the global phenomenon of climate transformation characterized by the changes in the usual climate of the planet (regarding temperature, precipitation, and wind) that are especially caused by human activities. Global warming is one aspect of the climate change “Global warming” refers to the rise in global temperatures due mainly to the increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Forests are one of the most important solutions to addressing the effects of climate change, we could reduce the severity of global climate change by planting hundreds of billions of trees to remove excess carbon from our atmosphere.I would like to participate in this painting in the “Climate Change” competition, which expresses the forests and the trees because increasing them helps to reduce climate change”

The royal honoring was at the residence of British Ambassador Bridget Brind in Amman. The celebration began with speeches, then the ceremony concluded with announcing the names of the winners and they got award by HRH Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales.
The visual artist, Janaritta Armooti, had previously won a qualification for the final in a competition from the European Union, and she is currently exhibiting her works in an international exhibition in China and before that in the Maldives.

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