Tag Archives: humor
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
Weathergirl loses it. OMG!
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.
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
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 … Continue reading
Continuing on the theme of sorely-needed climate humor (Why humor is Important), here’s a favorite cartoon. Believe it or not, it is from a Hallmark greeting card by illustrator Dan Regan (“Animal Antics“). As man-made climate change and habitat destruction … Continue reading
More all-time favorite climate cartoons in Tools/Humor/Cartoons. 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. … Continue reading