I started reducing my flights in 2016 to only one per year and I’ve been completely flightfree since August 2018. It’s obviously been easier to stick to since the coronavirus pandemic, but I’m looking forward to staying out of the sky next year too and hopefully being able to go on a night train adventureContinue reading “Staying out of the sky”
I’m still in the phase with my daughters that they believe everything I say, so when I tell them there will be no (private) cars when they grow up they think it’s true and not just something I really, really hope happens very soon.
…in a world where we have actually decided to do all the things we know will work and have the technology to do right now to reduce carbon emissions: GOING TO THE LIBRARY 2025 THE END For more background information on the story and why I imagine the future looking this way, please read thisContinue reading “A children’s story set in the future…”
The baby has started at creche 3 days a week and so I have some time to start drawing again. Our four year old is somewhat melodramatic in the mornings…
I just finished reading ‘Prosperity without Growth: Foundations for the Economy of Tomorrow’ by Tim Jackson, which I highly recommend, and it inspired this cartoon.
Using technology to cancel out other technology never quite works..
After my long blog post about how necessary it is for those of us in the top 20% of incomes who create 70% of C02 emissions to change our lifestyles I’ve been working on this image: Sometimes I think the link is lost between the fact that individual actions to reduce climate change (like eating lessContinue reading “Individual to collective action”
Our cartoon course assignment this week was to draw something in black and white with a detective, a crime, a motive and a clue. I’d read a tweet from @DoctorVive that said: ‘ok, climate twitter: if you were to create a TV miniseries that foregrounded climate change, what would it look like?’ earlier that dayContinue reading “Future Detective”