Scholz studied photography at the Technological University Dublin, developing a keen interest in visual narratives. Moving on, he relocated to London in pursuit of further postgraduate studies at Goldsmiths College, deepening his understanding of critical and contemporary art-making theories and practices. Recently Scholz qualified as a teacher at University College London, developing specialist subject-specific skills in teaching art to young people.
The WWF is concerned that our demand for plastics – currently ca. 100 million tonnes per year and growing – threatens marine species and pollutes oceans, thereby accelerating climate change. The WWF reminds us that almost all plastic is a byproduct of extracting and processing fossil fuels, which creates billions of tonnes of greenhouse gases. Once discarded, plastics continue to break down thus releasing more gases, further increasing the rate of climate change.