Cartoons and Memes That Put Climate Change in Perspective

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Groundhog Day and Climate Change

Groungdhog Day and Climate Change

"Only in America do we accept weather predictions from a rodent, but deny climate change evidence by scientists."

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What If Global Warming Is A Hoax?

Global Warming Hoax Cartoon
Copyright © 2014 CartoonArts International
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Stephen Colbert Quote on Global Warming

Stephen Colbert Quote on Global Warming
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John Olver Quote on Climate Change Skeptics

John Olver Quote on Climate Change Skeptics
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Republicans on Climate Change

Republicans on Climate Change
Daily Kos
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John Fugelsang Quote on Climate Change

John Fugelsang on Climate Change Denial
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Obama Quote on Republicans and Climate Change

Obama on Republicans and Climate Change
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Republicans: We're Not Scientists

Republicans: We're Not Scientists
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Condescending Wonka on Global Warming Deniers

Condescending Wonka on Global Warming Deniers
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Climate Science Deniers

Climate Science Deniers
Copyright © 2014 CartoonArts International
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Frustrated Republicans vs. the Pope

Frustrated Republicans vs. the Pope
The Onion
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Neil deGrasse Tyson on Global Warming

Climate Change vs. Gravity
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If the Climate Were a Bank

If the Climate Were a Bank
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Jon Stewart on Global Warming

Jon Stewart on Global Warming on Hoax
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Traditional Marriage vs. Traditional Climate

Traditional Marriage vs. Traditional Climate
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Climate Change Stakes

Climate Change Stakes
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Global Warming Ploy

Global Warming Ploy

Global Warming Jokes

"Climate experts say we should tell villagers in developing countries to reduce the amount of cooking smoke they generate to help fix global warming. You know, it's as if these people don't hate us enough already. I mean, they live in mud huts, they have thatch roofs, their clothes are made of straw. We pull up in a bunch of Humvees and SUVs going, 'Hey, you want to cut the smoke out of here?'" --Jay Leno

"Here's good news: George W. Bush says that he is committed to fighting global warming. Yeah, well, he nipped that in the bud, didn't he? ... President Bush says he's really going to buckle down now and fight global warming. As a matter of fact, he announced today he's sending 20,000 troops to the sun" --David Letterman

"The report on climate change said that humans are very likely making the planet warmer. To which Hillary Clinton said, 'Hey, can't blame me for that one.'" --Jay Leno

"President Bush has a plan. He says that if we need to, we can lower the temperature dramatically just by switching from Fahrenheit to Celsius" --Jimmy Kimmel, on fighting global warming

"Scientists say because of global warming they expect the world's oceans to rise four and a half feet. The scientists say this can mean only one thing: Gary Coleman is going to drown." --Conan O'Brien

"Some good news. Finally, President Bush is going to do something about global warming. He became alarmed when another chunk of ice fell off his mother." --David Letterman

"President Bush told reporters he won't see Al Gore's documentary about the threat of global warming. He will not see it. On the other hand, Dick Cheney said he's seen the global warming film five times, and it still cracks him up." --Conan O'Brien

"Al Gore has a hit movie called 'An Inconvenient Truth.' I have an inconvenient truth for him: you're still not the president. ... This past weekend, Al Gore's movie, 'An Inconvenient Truth,' earned more per screen than any film in the country. ... I dare say Gore's movie is the highest grossing PowerPoint presentation in history. ... Global warming: Can we live with it? ... It is time we did something, namely resign ourselves to doing nothing [on screen: Follow Congress' Lead]. ... For instance, when sea levels rise, we'll just build levees [on screen: Worked for New Orleans]" --Stephen Colbert

"Experts say this global warming is serious, and they are predicting now that by the year 2050, we will be out of party ice." --David Letterman

"Former Vice President Al Gore starring in a new documentary about global warming. I believe it's called [Leno snores]. ... The film actually features Al Gore and explores his journey on how he first got interested in temperature change. It started back when he was vice president. He noticed how the temperature would change, like whenever Bill would walk into the room, it would get warm and whenever Hillary walked into the room, it got cold." --Jay Leno

"Al Gore is coming out with a movie about global warming called 'An Inconvenient Truth.' It's described as a detailed scientific view of global warming. President Bush said he just saw a film about global warming, 'Ice Age 2; The Meltdown.' He said, 'It's so much better than that boring Al Gore movie.'" --Jay Leno

"Yesterday, a group of scientists warned that because of global warming, sea levels will rise so much that parts of New Jersey will be under water. The bad news? Parts of New Jersey won't be under water." --Conan O'Brien
 

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