Just when you thought talking about climate change was going out of style.
Oslo Davis is an illustrator and cartoonist who has drawn for a number of publications worldwide, including the New York Times, the Age, Meanjin and the Guardian.
Oslo Davis is an illustrator, cartoonist and artist who has drawn for a number of organisations worldwide, including the New York Times, the Age, the Monthly, Meanjin, SBS and the Guardian.
Creative Thinking on Climate Change at Footscray City College: Weather Stations Substations / Climate change & weather
By Jo Case
Nicki Greenberg: Children’s Book Festival 2014 artist in residence / Children’s books
Guest post by Nicki Greenberg
Lizards Feel the Heat / Climate change & weather
Science magazine this month features an article on the extinction of lizards, attributing their demise to global warming. Up to a fifth of the world’s lizards could disappear by 2080 with a horrific ripple effect across the food chain as birds and insect numbers will be impacted.
ABC Science pointed out that although cold-blooded reptiles should thrive in a warmer climate, increased temperatures will…