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Cartoon Guide to Biodiversity Loss XXXII

Posted on the 07 September 2015 by Bradshaw @conservbytes

Six more biodiversity cartoons — this time, from France. They’re in French to pay hommage to my hosts (and acknowledge their fanaticism for les bandes dessinées), but don’t worry, I’ve provided full translation (see full stock of previous ‘Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss’ compendia here).

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXXII

“Biodiversity: More and more species threatened. The good news for you is that you’re not endangered. The bad news is that neither are we.” © Roulies

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXXII

“What does our consumerist society consume the most? The future.” © J-Luc Coudray

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXXII

“Capitalism will save humanity! The planet is fucked! Let’s just buy another one!” © Charlie Hebdo

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXXII

This is a play on words, so a direct translation doesn’t work. If you don’t know what ‘con’ means, look it up in Google Translate. © http://www.ah-dessinateur.blogspot.be

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXXII

“Now onto more serious business.”

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXXII

“Come have a look! I finished the billboard announcing our wetland.
No to climate change.
Our wetland provides:
– clean water
– fresh air
– thousands of plants and animals
– good neighbours
Let’s not change a thing.
Wonderful!
Except it’s missing one small detail.
Later …
We reserve the right to refuse admission!!”


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