See You In Court: The Rise of Climate Justice

As David slew Goliath, will our students, youth, grandmothers and farmers prevail against the giants of government and industry in the court of law?

As far back as 1977, Exxon scientist James Black stated that “the most likely manner in which mankind is influencing the global climate is through carbon dioxide release from the burning of fossil fuels”. In the decades since then, the fight to prevent catastrophic climate change has been led by students, farmers, teachers, parents, scientists, military generals, and more. Now, the lawyers are catching up.  Continue reading “See You In Court: The Rise of Climate Justice”

Thar she blows!

Gray Whales Sticker by Little Climate

Inspired to draw this gray whale sticker today! Did you know that gray whales have two blow holes, and when they spout, it comes out  shaped? Awww! (But if you’re down-wind, get ready for a faceful of salty snot. Less awww.)

If you’d like to read more about how much global warming is going to hit our cetaceans, check out this report by WWF on Whales in Hot Water.

Share the ❤️ and help us understand!


Help us with our Climate Perceptions Survey and receive 25% off the interactive, well-reviewed eBook, “Little Climate”, that shows you everything you need to know about climate change, in cartoons!  Continue reading “Share the ❤️ and help us understand!”

Carbon per Capita: 5 Facts You Need to Know (Infographic)

Climate change is such a broad and complex issue – many of us struggle to connect the dots to what we do on a daily basis. But, there’s a simple number that gets us to a good start – our carbon dioxide emissions per person (or carbon per capita).

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From Climate Cartoons to Catharsis: How a Little Goes a Long Way

Did you know that you can ditch the shampoo, and have perfectly great hair without the chemicals (and the disposable plastic bottles)? Did you know that propping your feet up on a simple stool while you poo saves you the pain of piles (and loo roll) along the way? More seriously, did you also know that these little things go a long way in shaping now we feel about this planet we live on?  Continue reading “From Climate Cartoons to Catharsis: How a Little Goes a Long Way”

10 Reasons Not To #ActOnClimate

Yes, 10 wonderful perfectly sound reasons for all of us to choose not to #ActOnClimate!

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