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So with the World the Tangaroa head is a symbol of our culture as a whole and his hands represent the conservation of our planet and the things we are doing to minimize our carbon footprint. The small white cracks represent the destruction to our ozone layer itself as well as a visual aspect of how we are depleting the ozone layer. The blue glow symbolizes mother natures healing with it emitting a shuttle yet translucent effect or her healing herself. The whit glow on the pals and fingers stand for all the climate change acts and respected groups who greatly educate and help sustain our world and its climate all around the world, and lastly the background is a clear point on when we look at the sky at night or day there are stars and clouds they hope to let our generations see for generations to come.