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1. Cartoonist Mike Luckovich  Mike Luckovich's Editorial Cartoons 2006-08-04 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Mike Luckovich
Comic/Cartoon: Mike Luckovich's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-12-10 Pub. Date: 2006-08-04
Image Number: 14691
Caption: Icecaps Melting. That explains the polar bear…
     
2. Cartoonist Joel Pett  Joel Pett's Editorial Cartoons 2011-05-18 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Joel Pett
Comic/Cartoon: Joel Pett's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-11-19 Pub. Date: 2011-05-18
Image Number: 61102
Caption: Flooding is a slo-mo disaster. Like climate change and the global food crisis and education and population and species extinction and the income gap. Flooding is a slo-mo all-purpose metaphor.
     
3. Cartoonist Mike Luckovich  Mike Luckovich's Editorial Cartoons 2006-05-25 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Mike Luckovich
Comic/Cartoon: Mike Luckovich's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-11-05 Pub. Date: 2006-05-25
Image Number: 13811
Caption: As a spokesman for big oil, I'm still not convinced this is related to global warming.
     
4. Cartoonist Chip Bok  Chip Bok's Editorial Cartoons 2008-05-13 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Chip Bok
Comic/Cartoon: Chip Bok's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-10-05 Pub. Date: 2008-05-13
Image Number: 23526
Caption: I'm through eating seals. Their habitat is shrinking, their population is stressed, and besides, they're really cute. That's endangered species talk, Larry.
     
5. Cartoonist John Deering  Strange Brew 2008-01-07 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): John Deering
Comic/Cartoon: Strange Brew
Viewable Date: 2018-10-05 Pub. Date: 2008-01-07
Image Number: 21053
Caption: A history of the west in 3 seconds…Gimme th' ax, ma. Fin.
     
6. Cartoonist Jerry Van Amerongen  Ballard Street 2007-11-11 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Jerry Van Amerongen
Comic/Cartoon: Ballard Street
Viewable Date: 2018-09-11 Pub. Date: 2007-11-11
Image Number: 20357
Caption: Stephen has a greater sense of belonging to the land than does Sandra.
     
7. Cartoonist John Deering  John Deering's Editorial Cartoons 2008-05-15 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): John Deering
Comic/Cartoon: John Deering's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-09-07 Pub. Date: 2008-05-15
Image Number: 23552
Caption: We must act quickly or these magnificent creatures will face certain extinction. Thanks. What about the polar bears? Just because I agree doesn't make you right.
     
8. Cartoonist Joel Pett  Joel Pett's Editorial Cartoons 2010-04-22 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Joel Pett
Comic/Cartoon: Joel Pett's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-07-12 Pub. Date: 2010-04-22
Image Number: 46630
Caption: Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! Man, Inc. Memo: order six billion sets of earplugs … Tap! Tap!
     
9. Cartoonist Dave Coverly  Speed Bump 2018-03-29 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Dave Coverly
Comic/Cartoon: Speed Bump
Viewable Date: 2018-03-29 Pub. Date: 2018-03-29
Image Number: 169786
Caption: Gerbils of the Old West
     
10. Cartoonist Joel Pett  Joel Pett's Editorial Cartoons 2009-09-20 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Joel Pett
Comic/Cartoon: Joel Pett's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-03-16 Pub. Date: 2009-09-20
Image Number: 38908
Caption: You're destroying the mountains. Polluting the streams. And poisoning the atmosphere! Hey! There are more important things in the world than land, water and air! Coal Biz. $.
     
11. Cartoonist Chip Bok  Chip Bok's Editorial Cartoons 2006-04-04 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Chip Bok
Comic/Cartoon: Chip Bok's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-01-29 Pub. Date: 2006-04-04
Image Number: 13389
Caption: Why don't the greenhouse gases escape through the hole in the ozone layer?
     
12. Cartoonist Chip Bok  Chip Bok's Editorial Cartoons 2005-12-19 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Chip Bok
Comic/Cartoon: Chip Bok's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-12-28 Pub. Date: 2005-12-19
Image Number: 12519
Caption: The Great Lakes Restoration Project has succeeded beyond our wildest dreams, Professor.
     
13. Cartoonist Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2001-05-09 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-12-07 Pub. Date: 2001-05-09
Image Number: 43063
Caption: Developers. (Pied Piper developers, shown as a steam roller, lead the way for traffic that rolls over forest.)
     
14. Cartoonist Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2006-07-09 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-11-22 Pub. Date: 2006-07-09
Image Number: 14086
Caption: Sponge Bob! Oceans Growing More Acidic.
     
15. Cartoonist Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2017-09-18 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-09-18 Pub. Date: 2017-09-18
Image Number: 163054
Caption: Hurricane Harvey was a wake-up call for Houston, the state of Texas, and for the entire United States. Sploosh. In the wake of Harvey, we are facing the prospect of multi-billion-dollar clean-up and flood control projects. Damn. Damn! Price tag. Many local officials an armchair pundits ridicule the idea that development contributes to flooding. Phooey! But what we fail to recognize is that we've been systematically destroying the existing flood control system: Wetlands and prairies. They are mother nature's flood control system, and she provided them to us for free. I was hoping for a Porsche ... In fact, the reason that wetlands even exist is because of periodic flooding. They absorb water during a flood and slowly release it during dry periods, and they filter out toxins and pollutants in the process. We are literally developing land that nature has designated as flood-detention reservoirs. Then we wonder why there's water in our houses. With porous soils and vegetation that has complex and deep root systems. Wetlands act as giant sponges during a flood. Sponge Power!! But, instead of seeing them as the extraordinarily valuable assets they are, we see them as impediments to growth. We fill them in, pave them and build on them. In Harris County alone, almost 30 percent of freshwater wetlands have been lost to development between 1992 and 2010, according to Texas A&M scientist, John Jacob. He calls the situation "unconscionable." And climate change is complicating our situation. "More people die here than anywhere else from floods. More property per capita is lost here. And the problem's getting worse," says Sam Brody, a Texas A&M University at Galveston researcher who specializes in natural hazards mitigation. Climate change is a hoax. The models predicting the chances of these floods happening need to be updated. Warmer water means more evaporation and more water vapor in the air. "The exact same storm that comes along today has more rain associated with it than it would have 50 or 100 years ago," said Katharine Hayhoe, a climate scientist at Texas Tech. As wetlands have been lost, the amount of impervious surface in Harris County increased by 25 percent from 1996 to 2011, Brody added. To be sure, the sheer amount of rainfall Harvey dumped on Houston would result in massive flooding no matter what. But measures can be taken to make it less catastrophic. When developers destroy wetlands, they are required to create new ones to offset the ones lost. But, according to a Texas A&M/HARC study that reviewed permits issued to local developers by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, more than half were not in compliance. Those permits required the developers to take steps to mitigate wetlands destroyed by their construction. But apparently the work was not done. Permit. Permit. Permit. Permit. Permit. Permit. Local officials and boosters love to tout Houston's relatively low housing costs. But is it cheap when we have to spend billions on flood control after the fact? Is it cheap when we factor in higher insurance costs and taxpayer-subsidized federal flood insurance repair of houses built in floodplains? And it is far, far cheaper to preserve these valuable wetlands and greenspaces than it is to build flood mitigation infrastructure later on. Houston's population is expected to grow by three to four million over the next 30 years. Are we going to continue the same policies or will we learn from our mistakes? Again? Disclosure: This cartoon was underwritten by Bayou City Waterkeeper, whose mission is to ensure the aquatic integrity of the Loser Galveston Bay watershed by focusing on the protection of wetlands and other critical habitats, advocating for adequate mitigation of lost wetland resources and enforcing all aspects of compliance with the Clean Water Act. It is based on research by The Texas Tribune/ProPublica and Bayou City Waterkeeper scientists.
     
16. Cartoonist Darrin Bell  Rudy Park 2017-08-18 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Rudy Park
Viewable Date: 2017-08-18 Pub. Date: 2017-08-18
Image Number: 161547
Caption: You heard earth's just entered its sixth great extinction event? Really? Vertebrate species are dying at a rate not seen since the dinosaurs dies off. This time it's thanks to us. But the good thing is, scientists think humans will die off pretty early in this mass extinction. How's that a good thing? We won't be around to hear the other animals say "I told you so."
     
17. Cartoonist Rex May  Rex May Gag Cartoons 2008-02-23 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Rex May
Comic/Cartoon: Rex May Gag Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-07-31 Pub. Date: 2008-02-23
Image Number: 21856
Caption: Don�t worry - if we run out of wood, we'll move.
     
18. Cartoonist Lee Judge  Lee Judge's Editorial Cartoons 2017-06-24 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Lee Judge
Comic/Cartoon: Lee Judge's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-06-24 Pub. Date: 2017-06-24
Image Number: 159867
Caption: Scientists discover 10 more planets that can support life … and one that can't.
     
19. Cartoonist Matt Wuerker  Matt Wuerker's Editorial Cartoons 2009-12-08 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Matt Wuerker
Comic/Cartoon: Matt Wuerker's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-06-13 Pub. Date: 2009-12-08
Image Number: 41836
Caption: Aha! E-mails that prove climate change is a hoax!!! Missing the: Dying forests, rising oceans, growing deserts, melting ice caps, ocean acidification, shriveling ozone, retreating glaciers, & rising temps � for the e-mails.
     
20. Cartoonist Darrin Bell  Candorville 2017-05-21 habitat 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2017-05-21 Pub. Date: 2017-05-21
Image Number: 157604
Caption: I'm tired of people complaining about how the coral reefs have pretty much died off. I mean yeah, a huge variety of fish and other sealife rely on the coral reefs. And yeah, about 500 million people in turn depend on that sealife for food, jobs and recreation. But it's not mankind's fault those sea creatures decided to sponge off the hard work of the polyps that made all the coral. Wait ... what? ... and it's not our fault that 500 million people didn't think ahead and get real jobs instead of sponging off welfare fish. Besides, marine habitats are something better left to private industry. If the fish really want vast expanses of underwater limestone shelters, let them buy it on the free market like the rest of us. Besides, I was just wasting my time with all those snorkeling vacations. I should've been working. You're just trying to make yourself feel better. Newsweak.
     
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