Category Archives: Climate Change Graphics & Video

Best climate communication graphics, images, videos and slides that illuminate key principles of climate science and solutions.

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! This award-winning ad by … Continue reading

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Weathergirl loses it.       OMG!

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This updated USGS image is a striking  reminder of our vulnerability (click to enlarge).    In wet areas of the world—like northeastern U.S.—we take ample water supplies for granted, but globally it is a precious resource. Our food supply depends … Continue reading

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Canadian artist Franke James gives reign to her ‘inner trickster’ to produce delightful visual essays that advocate for action to address climate change. Charles Darwin (left) famously said, “It is not the strongest nor the most intelligent of the species … Continue reading

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People who say we can’t afford switching to a low-carbon economy almost never consider the cost of not making that transition.     This reminds me of one of my all-time favorite cartoons. (1) Yes, moving to a low-carbon economy … Continue reading

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Is the increase in extreme weather due to climate change?    This little clip from the National Center from Atmospheric Research (NCAR) provides the clearest — and most entertaining — answer we’ve seen. For cutting-edge science

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Guest post by ClimateBites contributing author John Russell.   In November 2011 Dana N. at Skeptical Science produced this striking animated graph called ‘The Escalator.’   The graph clearly demonstrates how critics cherry-pick short periods of time to convince themselves that … Continue reading

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By Marcus Manfred, The Chicago Dope* (cross post) The National Aeronautical Space Administration is facing the heat from Republicans who accuse it of pushing a pro-gay climate change agenda by adding the color hot pink to its global climate maps. … Continue reading

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(Video from Siffer, Teddy TV.    Animator: Ole Christoffer Hager) This simple animation, illustrating the difference between variation vs. trend, or weather vs. climate, has become an instant classic. It demonstrates most of the characteristics of a great metaphor, by. . … Continue reading

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This cartoon — which first appeared in The Economist last summer during the debt ceiling crisis — is even more apt today regarding climate change,

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