Wind power cartoon
Energy supply cartoon
A motorist on a crowded motorway complaining that wind turbines are a blot on the landscape or are eyesores.
A cartoon about renewable energy, wind power, electricity generation, road policy,sustainable development, sustainability
Cartoon reference number: env052
There’s a colour version of this cartoon here.
Anthropogenic climate change cartoon or global warming cartoon
Cartoon illustrating the consequences of the fact that fossil fuel use may be responsible for flooding.
The cartoon shows a car stranded in a flood
A cartoon about sustainability, the environment, floods, transport
Cartoon drawn: 2011
Cartoon reference number: env077
Recycling cooking oil as engine fuel
A fuel pump such as a petrol pump that resembles a cooking oil bottle
A cartoon about bio ethynol, ethanol, biodiesel, fossil fuel dependency, sustainability
Cartoon reference number: env054
Electric cars cartoon
Sustainable energy cartoon
Electric cars filling with fuel at a filling station. Instead of a petrol pump there’s a small electricity pylon
A cartoon about the environment, ecology, transport systems, hybrid cars, oil-free economy, fossil fuel dependency, power supply, energy sources.
Cartoon reference number: env061c
Energy source cartoon
Unsustainable biofuel cartoon
The cartoon shows a car driving through a huge biofuel plantation, with the driver saying that the plantation is so large that the nearest filling station is an hour away at the other side
How much land is needed to grow biofuels?
A cartoon about sustainable energy, biodiesel, unsustainable land use, energy consumption, transport, environmental impact, petrol or gas substitutes.
Cartoon reference number: env053
A colour version of this cartoon can be found here.
Unsustainable energy cartoon
A fuel tanker transporting unleaded petrol squashing a hedgehog on the road
A cartoon about sustainable energy, environmental impact, roadkill, gas, fuel supply.
Originally published in the Guardian newspaper in the 1980s.
Cartoon reference number: env057
Cycle campaign cartoon
A car with a sticker saying “I use unleaded petrol” and a cyclist with a jacket reading “I don’t use unleaded petrol”
A cartoon of a car cutting up a cyclist
A cartoon about fuel, gas, petrol, diesel, transport, sustainability, sustainable energy, cycling, bicycles, bikes, urban cycling campaigns, city cycle lanes.
Cartoon reference number: env059
A possible problem with progress – cartoon
The human race ignoring the warning signs and recklessly carrying on and thus driving itself over the precipice and into the abyss – even though the warning signs are plain to see
Cartoon reference number: env051
Transport system cartoon
A cartoon about the concept of progress
Is (some) progress an illusion?
Is (some) progress a good thing?
Cars at a standstill in a traffic jam symbolising progress (or the lack of it) in transport planning and in the excessive use of cars as personal transport.
It is also a cartoon about the philosophical question of whether progress is necessarily a good thing
Cartoon reference number: env050
A more recent version of this cartoon can be found here