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For the past few years, the polar bears have been the main character of posters on global warming. But for people living in tropical areas and temperate zone, the polar bears are much more unfamiliar than the mosquitoes which have strong influence on their daily life. According to correlation research, when the annual average temperature increases one degree Celsius, the number of mosquitoes would double.
This series of posters of global warming depict the relationship between the increase of the number of mosquitoes and the different kind of human economic activities, including agriculture, industry and commerce.
National Yunlin University of Science & Technology
Douliu City, Yunlin County, Taiwan
Tainan City, Taiwan