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250 Global Warming Slogans

(Added to monthly. It is now well over 250 slogans but I keep the name so people can find it)

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Some Emergency slogans for emergency times.

 

  1. Babies today, carbon tomorrow
  2. BP and BA are BC
  3. Unsafe sex causes unsafe climate
  4. Turn the deniers off before the lights
  5. Send the US Republicans to Venus
  6. Kick your carbon habit
  7. Study radical climate science
  8. What is radical climate science? It's up to date!  
  9. Move your home close to work
  10. Whistle blow greenwash
  11. Invest close to where the people live
  12. Have you sold your grandchildren for an SUV?
  13. Holiday nearby
  14. Learn Chinese and make friends with migrants 
  15. Do the old care about the our future?
  16. Buy some grandchildren contraceptives
  17. Buy a thick cotton coat for winter
  18. Is the USA on planet Earth?
  19. Are Republicans ignorant or selfish? (Are US Republicans perversely ignorant or selfish even towards their own descendents, or both?)
  20. Why such big storms, Republicans?
  21. Copenhagen, Cancun, Bangkok, Catastrophe
  22. Total government promises are gutless (out of date) 
  23. How many academics are leading? 
  24. Do academics act on evidence?
  25. Are Republicans a threat
  26. So called Climate Sceptics are liars or deluded 
  27. I scream for icecream in a hotter world
  28. What is the use of science without action? 
  29. Why not support death with dignity?
  30. Dare to think differently
  31. Dare to change your habit
  32. Try creativity!
  33. The rich pollute the global atmosphere from Shanghai to New York 
  34. Do you think the powerful care? 
  35. Conduct dialogue with the powerful
  36. If business must change, what about academics?
  37. Are academics' chairs too comfortable?
  38. Are we in dialogue or contest?
  39. The young people must lead
  40. Learn how to lead
  41. Change thinking habits, action habits
  42. Who will pay your pension if you don't change your habits? 
  43. Don't cut forest to plant cotton
  44. Don't say beef, say cow
  45. Teach about it while practising personal low carbon action
  46. From Homo habilis to Homo habitis
  47. More children will kill more children
  48. Form a small climate study, dialogue and teaching group 
  49. Are we smarter than the Ancient Romans?

  50. 350 not 450 

  51. Is the problem men in fossil fuel?

  52. Hey Granddad, do you care about my future? 
  53. Hot rocks, not hot climate
  54. The young must lead a cultural revolution
  55. Try imagination
  56. Form a team to tackle the social inertia
  57. Hey youth, are you powerless like the Egyptians?
  58. Support death with dignity
  59. Read Merchants of Doubt
  60. Don't have children
  61. Are the media killing us?
  62. Turn on your air conditioner later in the day
  63. Have you sold your grandchildren for a habit?
  64. Who controls the media?
  65. The rich are dirty polluters in every country
  66. A fully rigged cargo sailing ship
  67. Sail ho for tourism
  68. Holidays should be in the non-stormy season
  69. Use a new slogan every day
  70. Eventually energy will be rationed
  71. Many babies grow up to use excessive carbon
  72. Do women care for children more than men?
  73. Send Fox News to Venus
  74. Thick walls, not air conditioners
  75. Change is normal, in fact necessary 
  76. Your emissions pollute wherever you live in the world
  77. Emission growth grows temperature growth
  78. Do US Republicans ever study science?
  79. Social inertia is not safe
  80. Deniers, not cars, are killing us
  81. Bicycles preserve icicles
  82. Send Rupert Murdoch to Venus
  83. Migration raises net emissions
  84. Children, ask your elders, what are they doing.
  85. Send the ACADEMIA webpage to a suitable person
  86. Pollution isn't guilty. Deniers are.
  87. Who are the most powerful deniers?
  88. Rich old men have polluted the most
  89. Why are Republicans deniers?
  90. Stop the global suicide
  91. Study ocean inertia
  92. Republicans will eventually kill themselves
  93. Greenwash is growing more dangerous 
  94. Take a polluter to court
  95. Do US farmers study science?
  96. Invite a denier to lunch 
  97. Eat less cow meat every day 
  98. Ask a rich man about his carbon footprint
  99. Ask why! 
  100. In e-commuting you save on energy twice

  101. Challenge a denier to a public debate

  102. The mass media lie regularly

  103. Learn how to lead dialogue

  104. Study, act and communicate

  105. Inertia will kill us, twice 

  106. The mass media don’t get it. 
  107. Do Republicans dislike children?
  108. Holiday on buses, trains and bicycles 
  109. Ask a rich business woman about her carbon footprint 
  110. 1.5 not 2.0 
  111. Learn how to plant and nurture trees 
  112. Expose a case of greenwash  

  113. Is your dog vegan?

  114. Alter your behaviour. 
  115. How do we murder indirectly? 
  116. Technology will not change fast enough.
  117. Why are so many in the mass media deniers?

  118. The furniture doesn’t need a light on

  119. Drain your rice fields sometimes 
  120. Plant trees and talk to a business person

  121. Ask how

  122. Does polluting the atmosphere amount to collective murder?

  123. Sockets with switches are best

  124. Electric cars need renewable energy 

  125. Start a tree nursery 
  126. Auction any caps 
  127. Use a condom in emergencies

  128. It's not about climate science

  129. It's about lifestyle, income and wealth

  130. Talk to a banker about climate science

  131. Don’t buy soya milk from companies that destroy forest

  132. Adopt a baby girl from China

  133. Behaviour change as well as technology change

  134. Plan a better bus network

  135. Grow and store carbon 
  136. Discuss with deniers in private  
  137. Read Storms of My Grandchildren (after reading some introductory climate science) 
  138. Write to a newspaper in a denier region (like rural US) 
  139. If the roads are acceptable more buses are better than more trains.
  140. Don't plough the soil 
  141. Why are most climate deniers men?
  142. Study and lead  
  143. Start job-time sharing at work 
  144. Help the employees, not the fossil fuel owners 
  145. Low carbon behaviour saves money

  146. Talk to a politician's children and grandchildren 
  147. Ask a company if they destroy forest. 
  148. Study hire-purchase for solar panels  
  149. Read a book, not a newspaper.  
  150. Learn how to teach 
  151. Ask your company to employ coal workers 
  152. Condoms also stop disease 
  153. Condoms also slow global warming
  154. Study tropical forest protection
  155. Support democracy 
  156. Adopt a baby girl from India 
  157. Carbon tax before cap and trade 
  158. Look for a home closer to work 
  159. Don’t have grandchildren

  160. Query a big NGO about their funding 
  161. Write a new page for this website 
  162. Oppose lobbying 
  163. Study the latest climate science first 
  164. Learn how to lead dialogue 
  165. Support James Hansen for the Nobel Prize for physics, peace or whatever. 
  166. No air-conditioning before lunchtime 
  167. Drink just a little cow milk 
  168. Think holistically 
  169. Study Earth's thermal inertia 
  170. Put a new slogan on your bicycle or bag every day  
  171. Send parts of this website to a politician 
  172. Grow and store carbon in houses 
  173. Don’t just act. Communicate.

  174. Organize exchanges with Asian and Western universities 
  175. Grow crops not livestock 
  176. Rationing is equitable
  177. Make a thick cotton coat
  178. Study thermal inertia in buildings 
  179. Practice dialogue, not argument 
  180. Do fossil fuel CEOs care for their grandchildren? 
  181. Behaviour before technology 
  182. Make a bicycle path plan 
  183. Don't use concrete 
  184. Drive a much smaller car 
  185. Are denier CEOs less knowledgeable or less empathic? 
  186. Invest in a cotton farm 
  187. Build using plantation wood 
  188. Study the denier claims 
  189. Try an extra jumper 
  190. Don't use trees for offsets 
  191. Work with a bilingual person 
  192. Do women understand climate science better than men? 
  193. Eat even less meat every day
  194. Support better democracy 
  195. Do deniers care for their grandchildren? 
  196. Paint your roof white 
  197. Oppose advertising by polluting companies 
  198. Consume less, save money 
  199. Email the author of this website 
  200. Turn your street into low-carbon 
  201. Form an international group   
  202. Do deniers get rudely abusive and threatening emails? 
  203. Specialization has its limitations 
  204. Help a politician to learn 
  205. Making cement emits CO2. 
  206. Build with mud and wood
  207. Support birth control
  208. Education must be global  
  209. Grow carbon and store it in the soil 
  210. Lead dialogue with your colleagues 

  211. Fans, not air-conditioning 
  212. Lobbying is bribery 
  213. Study growing algae 
  214. Improve the school curricula 
  215. You can't read driving a car
  216. Grow carbon and store it building houses
  217. Find dated photos of glaciers 
  218. Write to a Chinese friend
  219. Study which companies bribe political parties  Do fossil fuel CEOs understand thermal inertia and feedback? 
  220. How do you entice a denier to want to learn? 
  221. Share your job with an oil driller 
  222. Plant trees to absorb carbon dioxide already in the atmosphere 
  223. Read a knowledge book on the bus 
  224. Have you tried Tahini dip? 
  225. Dress less formally in the heat 
  226. Design a more tempting commuter bus 
  227. Get to know a denier's children 
  228. Pay tax to fund retraining 
  229. Study short-term GHGs 
  230. Why don't deniers attack other sciences?  
  231. Read a whole page on this website 
  232. Less clothing, not fans 
  233. If you must eat meat, try kangaroo 
  234. e-commute
  235. Improve the university curricula
  236. Are deniers' mistakes purposeful? 
  237. Whistleblow greenwash 
  238. One is enough 
  239. Interview a climate scientist on video 
  240. Insulate your home 
  241. Integrate your ideas
  242. Open a wind turbine factory in a coal town 
  243. Study Earth feedback processes 
  244. 300 not 350 
  245. Wheat is safer than rice
  246. Why is Canada retrogressing?
  247. Take men's fashions up, and women's down
  248. What do deniers understand? 
  249. Don’t just act. Communicate bilingually
  250. Study social change 
  251. Share some job-time 
  252. Buy a beer for a denier 
  253. Protest forest destruction 
  254. Lead dialogue with your community

  255. Send a nice email to a climate scientist

  256. Wear a cotton coat 
  257. Study tree plantations
  258. Eat just a little cheese 
  259. Get to know a denier's grandchildren 
  260. Why do the rich want to grow? 
  261. Try an extra jumper 
  262. Offer a new job to a coal miner 
  263. Adopt two 
  264. Join a good NGO today 
  265. They are political bribes, not donations 
  266. None is enough 
  267. Holiday close to home
  268. Invest in a diverse tree plantation
  269. Wear less in the heat 
  270. Talk to migrants about emailing home 
  271. Make compost 
  272. Invent grandchildren contraception

  273. Promote eco-tourism for locals
  274. Read more of this website 
  275. Ask a politician have they read James Hansen 
  276. You can take your shirt off in e-commerce 
  277. Try the hierarchical strategy 
  278. Eat less cream 
  279. Jumpers are cheaper than gas 
  280. Do NGOs have transparent accounts? 
  281. Arrange a climate debate 
  282. Build a thick-walled house 
  283. Study how to turn moderate deniers 
  284. Study fast growing trees 
  285. Hand out appropriate leaflets at railway stations 
  286. Study your local energy organization 
  287. The mass media could kill us 
  288. Animals are smarter than corporations 
  289. Learn about the delights of veganism 
  290. Study Chinese 
  291. Support this website 
  292. Turn your compost 
  293. Practice walking 
  294. Shirts are enough in hot weather 
  295. Support rapid research on how to turn deniers 
  296. Consume needs, not wants

  297. Try an IUD 
  298. Asians make blankets from cotton
  299. Get to know your neighbours 
  300. Recycle jumpers and coats 
  301. Are Canadians now calling themselves American?
  302. Holiday by mass land transport 
  303. Drink red wine and water, not milk 
  304. Support rapid research on capturing CO2 from the air. 
  305. Animals know when to stop growing 
  306. Hand out leaflets at bus stops 
  307. Men's legs are beautiful too
  308. Talk to local government about recycling biological waste 
  309. Keep a stock of morning after pills 
  310. Adopt another one 
  311. When will the USA go metric? 
  312. Write and publish leaflets 
  313. Try growing cotton in your garden 
  314. Why are many deniers rudely abusive and threatening?

  315. Holiday on a sailing ship 
  316. Skirts are cooler than trousers
  317. Set up your own website 
  318. Send this website to a Chinese friend 
  319. Start a course on climate change and solutions 
  320. Exercise periodically when its cold 
  321. Farmers in Australia now support the Greens 
  322. Give a talk at the local school 
  323. Chocolate's great with soya cream 
  324. Climate crisis not climate change 
  325. Rise up the hierarchy in an important organization
  326. Share a car with your neighbours 
  327. Invest in solar thermal 
  328. Sarongs are cooler than trousers 
  329. Study tipping points and irreversibility 
  330. Email government ministers 
  331. Form a climate group with your neighbours or friends 
  332. Read Climate Cover-Up 
  333. Study palaeo-climatology 
  334. Soon meat becomes less tempting 
  335. Improve your foreign language skills 
  336. Write an article for your local newspaper 
  337. Take plastic packaging off at the shop 
  338. Climate emergency not climate crisis 
  339. Move your company to where your workers live 
  340. Invite your favourite denier to a vegan lunch 
  341. Ask the supermarket to turn off half the lights 
  342. Shift to a low-carbon lifestyle 
  343. Study carbon taxes in more than one nation 
  344. Ask your government to make a good video on the climate emergency 
  345. Join yours with other climate groups 
  346. Shop at dimly lit shops 
  347. Email people you know abroad 
  348. Ask a climatologist to explain the various! meanings of CO2e 
  349. Plant and nurture trees in your garden till its full 
  350. Learn about biochar 
  351. Study the bus routes in your town or city 
  352. Protest new oil exploration 
  353. Install a solar thermal hot water heater 
  354. Shop for food where the fridges have lids or doors 
  355. Plant 10 trees a month in neighbours' gardens and in parks 
  356. Ask your adult children what they think 
  357. Write a better letter to the newspapers 
  358. Organize a demonstration outside coal company offices. 
  359. Where are the Nobel prizes for Earth and social sciences? 
  360. Get to know the Chinese in your district 
  361. Form a climate group at work 
  362. Support a small island nation 
  363. Give a talk at a school in a coal town 
  364. No biological children is best 
  365. Buy a glass of wine for a denier 
  366. Start a transparent NGO 
  367. 18 percent of US college students are vegetarians 
  368. Support honest and intelligent politicians 
  369. Join a good political party 
  370. Give a talk at a school at an oil town
  371. Organize a delegation to your local politician 
  372. Stake out a coal energy factory 
  373. Oppose trade in coal or oil 
  374. Work in a vulnerable area 
  375. Invest in geothermal energy
  376. Live with a farmer family in the holidays and help them plant trees 
  377. No more coal 
  378. Build a sailing ship 
  379. Give talks at the local town. 
  380. Start a cultural change political party 
  381. Hand out leaflets at another station 
  382. Video a debate 
  383. Make a party game out of these slogans 
  384. Move to a swinging seat in time for close elections 
  385. See also ...

CLASSIFIED Climate Change SLOGANS

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For Beginners and the Bewildered

 

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Semi-Random Slogans

Invite a denier to lunch

Eat less meat every day

Form a small climate group

Inertia will kill us, twice

Holiday on bicycles

Learn how to plant and nurture trees

Drain your rice fields sometimes 

Auction caps 

Grow and store carbon 

Write to a newspaper in a denier region 

Help the employees, not the fossil fuel owners

Read a book, not a newspaper, on the bus

350 not 450

Study tropical forest protection

Why are most deniers men?

Carbon tax before cap and trade

Look for a home closer to work

Write a new page for this website

Oppose lobbying

Put a new slogan on your bicycle or bag every day 

Study the latest climate science first

No air-conditioning before lunchtime

Drink just a little cow milk

Study Earth's thermal inertia

Learn how to teach

Send parts of this website to a politician

Grow and store carbon in houses 

Organize exchanges with Asian universities 

Grow crops not livestock

Rationing is equitable

Study thermal inertia in buildings

Practice dialogue, not argument

Behaviour before technology

Make a bicycle path plan

Don't use concrete

Drive a much smaller car

Study the denier claims

1.5 not 2.0

Don't use trees for offsets

Work with a bilingual person 

Eat even less meat every day

Support better democracy

Do deniers care for their grandchildren? 

Paint your roof white

Oppose advertising by polluting companies

Consume less, save money

Form an international group 

Help a politician to learn

Making cement emits CO2.

Education must be global 

Grow and store carbon in the soil

Fans, not air-conditioning

Lobbying is bribery

Study growing algae

Improve the school curricula

You can't read driving a car

Find dated photos of glaciers

Study which companies bribe political parties 

How do you entice a denier to want to learn?

Share your job with an oil driller

Plant trees to absorb carbon dioxide already in the atmosphere

Have you tried Tahini dip?

What do deniers understand?

Dress less formally in the heat

Design a more tempting commuter bus

Get to know a denier's children

Pay tax to fund retraining

Less clothing, not fans

Eat kangaroo meat 

E-commute

Improve the university curricula

One is enough

Interview a climate scientist on video

Insulate your home

Open a wind turbine factory in a coal town

Study Earth feedback processes

300 not 350

Wheat is safer than rice

Take men's fashions up, and women's down

Use a condom in emergencies

Share some job-time

Protest forest destruction

Wear a cotton coat

Study tree plantations

Eat just a little cheese

Get to know a denier's grandchildren

Why do the rich want to grow?

Put on an extra jumper when its cold outside

Offer a new job to a coal miner

Adopt two

Join an NGO today

Political bribes, not donations

None is enough

Holiday close to home

Invest in a diverse plantation

Wear less in the heat

Talk to migrants about emailing home

Make compost

Promote eco-tourism for locals

Read more of this website

Ask a politician have they read James Hansen

Eat less cream

Jumpers are cheaper than gas

Arrange a climate debate

Build a thick-walled house

Study how to turn moderate deniers

Study fast growing trees

Hand out appropriate leaflets at railway stations

Study your local energy organization

Learn about the delights of veganism

Study Chinese

Practice walking

Shirts are enough in hot weather

Support rapid research on how to turn deniers

Try an IUD

Asians make blankets from cotton and kapok

Get to know your neighbours

Recycle jumpers and coats

Holiday by mass land transport

Drink red wine, not milk

Support rapid research on capturing CO2 from the air.

Hand out leaflets at bus stops

Men's legs are beautiful too

Talk to local government about recycling biological waste

Keep a stock of morning after pills

 

Adopt another one

When will the USA go metric?

Write and publish leaflets

Holiday on a sailing ship

Start a course on climate change and solutions

Exercise periodically when its cold

Farmers now support the Green party

Give a talk at the local school

Chocolate's great with soya cream

Climate crisis not climate change

Share a car with your neighbours

Study tipping points and irreversibility

Email government ministers

Form a climate group with your neighbours or friends

Read Climate Cover-Up

Study palaeo-climatology

Soon meat becomes less tempting

Improve your foreign language skills

Adopt a baby girl 

Write an article for your local newspaper

Read Storms of My Grandchildren (after reading some climate science such as on this website)

Take plastic packaging off at the shop

Climate emergency not climate crisis

Ask you government to make a good video on the climate emergency

Move your company to where your workers live

Invite your favourite denier to a vegan lunch

Ask the supermarket to turn off half the lights

Study carbon taxes in more than one nation

Join yours with other climate groups

Shop at dimly lit shops

Email people you know abroad

Ask a climatologist to explain the various! meanings of CO2e

Plant and nurture trees in your garden till its full

Learn about biochar

Study the bus routes in your town or city

Support James Hansen for the Nobel Prize for physics, peace or whatever.

Protest new oil exploration

Install a solar thermal hot water heater

Shop for food where the fridges have lids or doors

Plant 10 trees a month in neighbours' gardens and in parks

Ask your adult children what they think

Write a better letter to the newspapers

Organize a demonstration outside coal company offices.

Where are the Nobel prizes for Earth and social sciences?

Form a climate group at work

Give a talk at a school in a coal town

No children is best

Buy a glass of wine for a denier

Start an NGO

Support honest and intelligent politicians

Study short-term GHGs

Join a good political party

Give a talk at a school at an oil town

Study hire-purchase for solar panels

Stake out a coal energy factory

Don't export coal or oil

Work in a vulnerable area

Invest in geothermal

Live with a farmer family in the holidays and help them plant trees

Build a sailing ship

Give talks at the local town.

Hand out leaflets at another station

Video a debate

Move to a swinging seat in time for close elections

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
 
 

 Michael Tuckson

The website author and publisher, December 2009.

 

Easy Summary

 

We must try to understand up-to-date climate science coming out over the last few years that warns of possible disaster. Ice shelves and sheets are melting much faster than before. Global temperatures are rising, with oscillations due to ocean oscillations. Natural causes are minor compared with pollution. This understanding must be spread by advanced adult education, especially among the powerful. As many readers as possible must spread understanding.

 

Denier leaders are funded by the fossil fuel, tobacco and similar corporations and/or are ideologues. Their arguments are always against, not considering pro and con, as with real science. They rarely call for better understanding, just attempt to confuse. None are climate scientists. Their motivation is salary and weak government, not salary and discovery. Either they do not care about their descendants or they do not understand the probable future.

 

We must put more emphasis on the short-term greenhouse influences such as methane. Carbon dixide must be captured from the atmosphere. Also we must lead with behaviour change before appropriate technology spreads. Birth control is important in some regions. Job-time sharing and retraining can reduce any unemployment resulting from mitigation measures. Mitigation must be coordinated globally by government and citizens in modern sectors. City pairing could be useful.