'A dialogue between a sceptical businessman, an idealistic youth
and a scientist, with cameos from Gandhi, George Bush and a Geldof
lookalike...if you think this all sounds a bit weird, you would be totally
right - but then the best cartoons often are.' -- THE GUARDIAN
'Evans tackles the grim subject of climate change with cartoons,
but she does it with innovation, humour and clarity. With lots of advice on
positive action and further reading, this well-drawn tome is essential
reading.' -- THE BIG ISSUE
'The threat of global warming may make you weep, but Kate Evans'
brilliant cartoons offer hope and inspiration. And they're funny, too.' -- THE INDEPENDENT
About the Author
Kate Evans is an active envrionmental campaigner and has married words and images for political effect for ten years. Artistically adventurous, she has evolved a style of succinct comic reportage. Also the author of the acclaimed COPSE, a cartoon history of the roads protest movement (1998).