Arctic Circle Comic Strips Reveal Some Inconvenient Truths About Climate Change

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An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power cartoon 1

The sequel to An Inconvenient Truth, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power opens this weekend.

In recognition of how the original movie inspired people to act, a special series of Arctic Circle comic strips have been created this week, to highlight how climate change is affecting the Arctic.

Come back tomorrow to see how this storyline develops.

And read more about it in the New York Times.

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3 thoughts on “Arctic Circle Comic Strips Reveal Some Inconvenient Truths About Climate Change

  1. I am thrilled with your strip, but there are no penguins in the arctic – these are south pole creatures (except for Galapagos). Thought you might want to include this interesting fact somewhere in your strip. I’m a biologist and these misconceptions drive me nuts (like the male cow with a full udder and teats in some farm comedy movie).
    thanks for listening

    • Thank you for your concern. I clearly state, when I have the opportunity (on my website, FB page, ebook, and in the NYT article) that they are immigrant penguins. It is a bit of fun to mix penguins with polar bears, as another bird that would have been lovely to draw, the great auk, is sadly extinct.

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