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Selva Ozelli's World & Ireland Science Week Art Shows at CIMUSET & Science Foundation Ireland

Selva Ozelli / November 7-14, 2021

https://ubiverse.org/posts/cimuset-art-shows-by-selva-ozelli

Running paralell to my United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) Nov 1-12 art shows:  https://ubiverse.org/posts/art-show-for-cop26-by-selva-ozelli , during World and Ireland Science Week Nov 7-14 my art exhibits are as follows:

CIMUSET CONFERENCE Nov 7-11:  https://ubiverse.org/posts/cimuset-art-shows-by-selva-ozelli

Ireland Science Week Art Show at Science Foundation Ireland Nov 7 -14: https://www.sfi.ie/events/

In my Art in the Time of Corona series, I explored whether Climate Change caused by carbon emissions might be one reason for such a terrible global COVID-19 pandemic scenario.  

In my #7 art show, underlining that people worldwide should not live-in constant fear of COVID-19, I  painted a portrait of  Dr. Ugur Sahin the CEO of BioNTech, which helped develop one of the major vaccines against COVID-19, (as I had included a portrait of his wife Dr. Ozlem Tureci in my #4 art show) alongside pink and purple  roses  symbolic of the recovery from the pandemic.  BioNTech co-founders Dr. Ugur Sahin and  Özlem Türeci indicated that the virus is here to stay for a couple more years but that the novel coronavirus has “begun to become controllable.”  And Biontech is keeping a watchful eye on the new variants of the virus and new strains that will also develop over time.

World Science Week Art Show 1 Nov 7-14:  https://ubiverse.org/posts/2021-world-science-week-and-day-art-show-1-by-selva-ozelli

In my #8 art show, I focused on space solar power as a follow on to my article Is Solar Power Adoption Hindered by an Inadequate Global Environmental Tax Policy? https://news.bloombergtax.com/daily-tax-report/insight-is-solar-power-adoption-hindered-by-an-inadequate-global-environmental-tax-policy 


Currently, six of the highest CO2 emitting countries China, the US, EU, India, Russia, and Japan in the world, are investing and developing Solar Power Satellite (SPS) systems to produce clean energy 24 hours a day, 365 days a year without the atmospheric, day/night light interference.  And based on a new study from the Frazer-Nash Consultancy, on behalf of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), the UK, which has left the EU, maybe joining this list as a feasible solution to cutting the country’s carbon footprint.

SPS is the collection of solar energy in space and its wireless transmission for use on Earth or other bodies.  The growth of the global SPS market has been propelled by the implementation of strict government regulations concerning environmental pollution and a rise in investment in sustainable power generation.  

World Science Week Art Show 2: https://ubiverse.org/posts/world-science-week-day-art-show-2-by-selva-ozelli4;

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