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Green Toons/Comics

This cartoon page features some green toons -- comics with environmental themes -- from comics.com using their embed feature. Enjoy!

Bad Parking Experience

A funny cartoon/comic strip from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

Noah's Ark 2020

One of many green 'toons from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

How Pesticides Work

One of lots of green 'toons from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

Gaia Hi-ya

One of a handful of green 'toons from Free Range, by Bill Whitehead; Embed source: comics.com

Free Range

PR Nightmares

Another of the many green 'toons from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

Red Meat Survey

An animal welfare green 'toon from The Barn, by Ralph Hagen; Embed source: comics.com

The Barn

What Constitutes Countryside

Another cartoon from the sprawling comicopolis of green 'toons; this one from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

On Air

A green 'toon so thick you could slice it with a laugh; from The Grizzwells, by Bill Schorr; Embed source: comics.com

The Grizzwells

Emerging from the Primeval Ooze

We're still evolving this green 'toons page. Meanwhile, enjoy this from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

Eco Cave Man

An inventive green comic/toon from Strange Brew, by John Deering; Embed source: comics.com

Strange Brew

Water Woes

Splash around this green 'toons page; this one from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

Lounge-Chair Lizard

A green 'toon from PC and Pixel, by Thach Bui; Embed source: comics.com

PC and Pixel

Whales and Sonars and ...

Ping this green 'toons page for funny environmental comics; this one from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

Long-Range Plug-In Electric Car

We offer a battery of green 'toons/comics here; this cartoons is from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

His Goose is Cooked, Solar Style

Another green 'toon from PC and Pixel, by Thach Bui; Embed source: comics.com

PC and Pixel

Free-Range Eggs

A green 'toon from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

Carbon Offsets in Context

This green 'toon will put a cap in your a**... from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

No Shortage of Game

These green comics and toons let the fur fly... from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

Roadless Rules

We never tire of tracking green 'toons from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

Cleaner Water

We've scrubbed comics.com for the cleanest green 'toons; this one from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside

The Other Coast

Ground Control To Major Dum

You are in a maze of twisty little green 'toons, this one from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

Green A-rooooooof!

Yet another green 'toon from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast
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FREE ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIO

CATEGORY:  POLLUTION — 01.APR.2014

Rating: 4 of 5 - Very good Living On Earth

Oil Spills Increasing — The 25th anniversary of the Exxon Valdez spill was marked by a tanker spill in the Gulf of Mexico, an oil pipeline rupture in an Ohio nature reserve, and a BP refinery leaking oil into Lake Michigan. Lorne Stockman of Oil Change International says that oil producers are increasingly going after difficult-to-extract oil reserves. The more difficult production environments and changing oil substrates are stressing the infrastructure, so we're seeing an increase in spills.
Go to page  |  Download/listen   7:20

GP comment:  Yup, just another sign that we're in the "burning the furniture" phase.

Original Show Pub Date: 28.Mar.2014

CATEGORY:  ENVIRONMENT — 23.MAR.2014

Rating: 3 of 5 - Good, worth a listen Sea Change Radio

Little By Little—Nanoparticle Technology — In a relatively short period, ultra-small nanoparticles have become ubiquitous in modern products. And probably in the environment, too. We don't really know about the latter because no one has bothered to test what happens to nano products when they are disposed of. Though most people don't pay much attention to nano, the technology is found in everyday applications, from making toothpaste whiter and sunscreens more transparent to making hair dryers hotter and clothing more stain-resistant to making food more visually appealing. Journalist Heather Millar talks about the pros and cons of nano.
Go to page  |  Download/listen   30:00

GP comment:  For industry to release nanomaterials into the environment and put them in food without long-term studies is the height of irresponsibility. Millar is mildly cautionary, but she asserts that nano is here to stay so there's no point in talking about killing the industry. Such an assumption is also irresponsible.

Original Show Pub Date: 11.Mar.2014

CATEGORY:  TRANSPORTATION — 24.MAR.2014

Rating: 3 of 5 - Good, worth a listen Living On Earth

Boosting Public Transit — Congestion and smog in Paris are bad enough that authorities are taking aggressive measures to deal with the problem. Can bold steps taken in an iconic city abroad make Americans more accepting of the actions necessary to solve transportation woes in US cities? Former Massachusetts Transportation Secretary Fred Salvucci explains why public transit is a key to limiting congestion and reducing emissions from cars. in spite of this, many cities with public transit, including Boston, aren't keeping up with growing demand and infrastructure requirements.
Go to page  |  Download/listen   9:50

GP comment:  Mass transit is low-hanging fruit for almost all cities, yet investments always seem to lag. It doesn't make sense.

Original Show Pub Date: 21.Mar.2014

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