What a great example of how to breath life into an abstract topic—renewable energy—by turning it into a human character. Add bits of emotional drama, surprise and slightly-risque humor. . . and the story becomes irresistible!
Like half the planet, I love Angry Birds. Apart from the intricate challenges of figuring out trajectories and new strategies, the game taps into a brutal and primal delight in the fierce battle for survival. Continue reading →
Tom Toles is the only syndicated cartoonist who makes climate change a priority. Every week he lets loose a “Friday Rant,” a mini-oped on the political absurdity de jeur. Here Toles skewers science denial Continue reading →
Forgive me for quoting dark arts spinmeister Frank Luntz (above), but sadly there’s no wordsmith in the “reality-based community” who nails this point so thoroughly.
Perhaps that’s because so many of us are still wedded to the myths that either 1) “the science speaks for itself” (it does, but only to other scientists), or 2) saying things clearly and Continue reading →
We also link to large, searchable online collections of cartoons related to climate/weather/environment. Unfortunately, the vast majority of ‘toons are either 1) hostile to climate science, 2) grim and bitter, or 3) both. So when you spot a climate cartoon or picture somewhere that actually makes you laugh (OK, even a little chuckle will do) please let us know!