Help for Global Warming
We have to act and we have to act now. We need politicians to realize what a risk it is they are taking on behalf of their own constituents, the world’s societies and, even more importantly, future generations. All of the signals from the Earth system and the climate system show us we are on a path that will have enormous and unacceptable consequences. – Katherine Richardson, University of Copenhagen
This year climate change summit is as we speak in Copenhagen and what is heard the scientists are getting pretty angry. The fact is none of the big producers of carbon emissions is thinking of reducing them, they have risen more in recent years than anyone thought possible. We all know the global warming is already showing it’s teeth, the consequences of unwise management of our planet in the near future however are going to be far more dramatic. Can we do something about it?
Because I think I have to do something more then just riding my bike instead of driving, saving on electricity and recycling as much as I can, I have brought some help. I present you my friend, Super Polar Bear. He is a shrewd hunter of all individuals who are responsible for pollution. Don’t make him angry.
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Tags: character design, climate change, design, environment, global warming, illustrated character, polar bear, social responsibility
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