Eco Freako environmental cartoons

Eco Freako environmental cartoons

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Overview

Over one hundred environmental satirical, humorous and absurd political cartoons covering a wide range of issues including: agriculture, air, water and marine pollution, antibiotics, climate change, consumerism, coral reefs, deforestation, desertification, economics and ecotaxation, ecosystems, energy, environmentalists, erosion, extinction, fishing, genetic engineering and GMOs, waste, recycling and landfills, mass media and the internet, nuclear power, pesticides, population, poverty, salinity, sewage, sustainability, transport, urbanisation, war and weapons and more.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780994320919
Publisher: Rowland Benjamin
Publication date: 01/18/2017
Pages: 144
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x 0.39(d)

About the Author

Rowland Benjamin is an environmental activist and lobbyist who uses a variety of media tools to explain the environmental issues; graphic design, animation, video, political satire, theatre, lyric, music and the written word. Rowland runs Information for Action and its website www.informaction.org which includes a quiz, music, animations, chemicals database and information on a wide range of environmental subjects. He works as an osteopath www.rowlandbenjamin.com.

Tim Wilson is a Western Australian artist and teacher who specialises in pastel painting and cartooning. He teaches pastels to adults, has after-school art classes for children and has run cartooning workshops for children for nearly twenty years.

Table of Contents

Agricultural pollution and pesticides, Air pollution, Antibiotics misuse, Business and politics, Climate change and fossil fuel, Cars, roads and transport, Consumerism and lifestyle, Coral Reefs, Desertification, Economics and Ecotaxation, Ecosystems, wildlife and species loss, Energy, Environmentalists, Erosion, Extinction/The End, Fishing and seagrass, Forests, General environment, Genetic engineering and GMOs, Landfill/Recycling/Waste, Mass media, the internet and TV, Nuclear power and radiation, Population/Over population, Poverty, Salinity, Sewage and water pollution, Sustainability, Urbanisation, Weapons and war

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