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Shell is starting a dangerous adventure to drill oil in the Arctic. It is a risky business to operate in that harsh environment, and quite impossible to clean the environment, if an oil spill happens. Also, our warming climate doesn’t need any excess fossil coal emissions.
Not everybody is happy about the Arctic oil drilling. For […]
I would never have quessed, that this cartoon I made ten years ago, would still be up to date today. But, unfortunately, it is.
30th November 2010 at climate talks in Cancun Japan bluntly said it will totally oppose the extension of the Kyoto protocol – the binding international treaty that commits most of the world’s […]
“When leaving this room, please switch off all lights, computers and other eguipment. Thank you!”
I made the cartoon for the University of Tampere. Low carbon and energy saving tips for schools and universities can be found for example here: People & Planet’s Climate Change Campaign.