Skeptical Science unearthed this gem, inspired by the December 2009 Copenhagen conference. It’s by Nicholas Garland, The Telegraph’s first cartoonist, who retired in 2011. We’ve collected our favorite climate cartoons here, along with links to some much larger (but unselective) collections.
Wow! ABC’s StormWatch used an infrared FLIR camera to make CO2 emissions visible. Their post asks, “If greenhouse gas emissions were visible, would we regulate them more?”
See what you think. Either way, you may never view a freeway or airplane the same way again.
Travel back in time with this 2-minute animated video of earth temperature data. Starting in 1800, then flashing forward year-by-year until today, you can watch earth’s land temperatures first fluctuate randomly, then warm as the colors change from blue to yellow to red. Continue reading
This stunning expose of “cherry-picking”—the “skeptic’s” favorite logical fallacy—takes climate charts to a new level. Continue reading