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Pages from the children’s book Our Home. See the book’s Facebook page here. Contact author Sue Coad for copies – $20 inc P&P in Australia  (email: suecoad@adam.com.au)

 

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Some of the cartoons drawn at the Australasian Association for Environmental Education conference ‘Tomorrow Making, our Present to the Future’, in Adelaide, South Australia, 5-7 October.

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Cartoon illustration for the Australian Association for Environmental Education (AAEE) 19th Biennial Conference 2016 -‘TomorrowMaking – our present to the future’, to be held here in Adelaide, South Australia, 5-7th October.

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June issue of New Internationalist – the Scratchy Lines cartoon. Visit the Australian New Internationalist site with blog and shop here.

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The Scratchy Lines cartoon in the May issue of the New Internationalist.

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This week’s Pro Bono News cartoon: the Queensland Government’s approval of the Adani coal mine increases the risk of further damage to The Great Barrier Reef. See “‘Trifecta’ needed to save Great Barrier Reef” on the Pro Bono website.

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The Scratchy Lines cartoon in the September issue of New Internationalist – out now!

The Big Story in this issue is Syria. The article Singing in the kingdom of silence gives a glimpse of the ‘flood of artistic and intellectual creativity’ that followed the revolution, including examples of graphics and cartoons. The article explains it’s title: there was a singer called Ibrahim Qualoush… (get the magazine to read more).

Visit the Australian New Internationalist website here, and also check out their shop.

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This is an illustration for one of the new Forest and Wildlife Discovery Trail signs, at the Free The Bears Tat Kuang Si Bear Rescue centre, near Luang Prabang, Laos. This sign will explain the role of umbrella species:

‘Just as umbrellas protect people underneath them from rain, umbrella species keep their Lao forest wildlife friends safe from extinction. Poach or kill umbrella species and the balance of the whole forest is upset, but keep them safe and everyone’s a winner!’

Here is a link to an earlier sign drawn up for the Free The Bears trail.

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This month’s New Internationalist cartoon.

Rapid appraisal of emerging issues in the oil palm sector in Palawan Island (The Philippines): Environment, livelihoods and corporate accountability, was a scoping report produced by a collaboration between Palawan State University and the Stockholm Environment Institute. It aimed  ‘to feed the ‘rich picture’ that emerges from the preliminary results back to people in Palawan’.

As part of the feeding back the results these three diagrams were developed to be used in presentations. There was a lot of ‘rich picture’ to juggle onto each page.

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