The Best of: Clean Air Cartoons. ~ Dominique Browning

Via on Dec 21, 2012

* from our friends at Moms Clean Air Force.

Sometimes, you just have to laugh.

As in, need to laugh…otherwise, the issues we’re tackling each and every day at Moms Clean Air Force start to weigh too heavily on our hearts.

Our marvelous cartoons, by Liza Donnelly and Danny Shanahan, never fail to deliver smiles. We can’t help but see the absurdity in some of the positions our opponents are taking–and there are times when a cartoon is the sharpest way to point out the ridiculous situation we’re in: being forced to fight for clean air.

You have to wonder: who loves pollution? Well, we know the answer to that. The people who profit from it.

This collection is a gift from our house to yours; enjoy and share. Whether we’re laughing or outraged—or, as is usually the case, both—we take our work fighting air pollution seriously. After all, we’re fighting air pollution for love of the world.

From the Moms Clean Air Force family to yours, have a happy safe and loving holiday!

Click “expand” to view all cartoons.

dominique_retouched dominique browningDominique Browning is the co-founder and Senior Director of Moms Clean Air Force. She is a writer and editor — and the mother of two sons. She blogs at Slow Love Life and writes regularly for the New York Times and TIME.com. Dominique contributes to W, Wired, Whole Living, and Good Housekeeping, among other publications. She has spent most of her journalistic career in the magazine world, as an editor at Esquire, Texas Monthly, Newsweek, and House & Garden. She is the author of several books; the most recent is SLOW LOVE: How I Lost My Job, Put on My Pajamas, & Found Happiness.

 

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