There is an art to communicating global warming.
For the Sightline Institute, that art is poetry. The Pacific Northwest organization, which does research into and communication about sustainability, recently publicized the work of oceanographer Greg Johnson, who wrote haikus to articulate the recent findings on global warming from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
Johnson's poems present the findings in a simple, powerful way. To check them out, click here.
A lot has been said about global warming, but these haikus say it all.