Set Guinness World Record and Collect Trash from Mount Everest and Create Art to Raise Awareness About Pollution and the solution which is to LEGALIZE NATURE
Mount Everest has become a dumping ground
for climbers who leave behind a lot of garbage “world’s highest garbage dump”. It is not only an eyesore but also poses serious risks to the environment and the people who live nearby.
The goal is to create awareness for governments and people in rich countries to stop polluting. Encourage people to rethink their consumption and waste habits, and to remember the message:
It's about taking action to protect our planet
and urging governments to be more responsible in their decision-making. The prohibition of e.g Cannabis has led to catastrophic consequences and massive pollution problems that are difficult to fix. Although it is possible to make plastic from cannabis, it has never been industrialised. Nature belongs to everyone and no government or human should have the power to destroy nature.
By legalizing all nature,
we can explore eco-friendly alternatives to traditional materials and reduce our reliance on harmful substances like fossil fuel.
Marco Evaristti: to Collect Trash from Mount Everest and Create Art to Raise Awareness About Pollution
Copenhagen, Denmark - Marco Evaristti, a well-known artist, is set to embark on a journey to Mount Everest to collect trash and bring it down to create art that will be displayed in a new gallery opening in Copenhagen. The gallery will showcase works of art made out of rubbish taken from Mount Everest, which has long struggled with the status of being the “world’s highest garbage dump”.
Evaristti’s goal is to create awareness for rich people and rich countries to stop polluting. The art installation will encourage people to rethink their consumption and waste habits, and to remember the message: "If you can't reuse it, refuse it!"
Evaristti’s project is inspired by the fact that Mount Everest has become a dumping ground for climbers who leave behind everything from oxygen tanks to food packaging. The garbage left on the mountain is not only an eyesore but also poses serious risks to the environment and the people who live nearby.
Evaristti’s mission is to collect as much of this garbage as possible and create art that will not only raise awareness but also serve as a reminder of the importance of protecting our environment. The art installation will be a testimony to the beauty and fragility of our planet.
The new gallery opening in Copenhagen will be a place where people can come to appreciate the beauty of art and also learn about the importance of protecting our environment.
Endoca with Evaristti on Everest is their way of supporting a person who has the same mission as them. Marco Evaristti climbs Mount Everest with a focus on sustainability and protecting our planet. Endoca supports his vision of focusing on the two-sided nature of Mount Everest - dream and waste, ascent and decay.
Endoca believes that people are capable of living in harmony with nature. With a focus on sustainability and protecting our planet, Endoca supports Evaristti's vision. Nature lies at the feet of Marco Evaristti as he climbs Mount Everest. Nature lies at the feet of us all. Nature can in itself be the answer to the world's climate problems. If we learn to respect it, legalize it, and give back to it.
Endoca's mindset and business methods are 100% sustainable and in balance with nature. Endoca uses nature for nature's sake, and that is why they must go up to Everest - but they must also come back down. Endoca on Everest: Elevating & Legalizing Nature