Joe Mohr's Cartoon Archive

Creator of Hank D and the Bee. Environmental cartoons found in/on: Yes! magazine, PBS's Urban Conversion, Center for Media and Democracy, Greenpeace, Planetsave, NaturalPapa, Elephant Journal and more…

Earth, A Raging OilCoalholic.

A better (maybe future) cartoon would be Earth as more of a crack baby figure since, like a crack baby Earth is not polluting itself. Some heartless caretaker is doing … Continue reading

February 28, 2014 · 4 Comments

Fish…Oil.

Crude oil is a fossil fuel and was made naturally from decaying plants and animals, like this prehistoric dunkleosteus, living in ancient seas millions of years ago. Damn dunkleosteus, why … Continue reading

January 24, 2014 · 2 Comments

Take the Koch Challenge (cartoon)

More on Koch Industries From SourceWatch: All About Koch Industries From Greenpeace: Koch Industries: Still Fueling Climate Denial (2011 Update) From Daily Kos: Koch Brothers Limerick & Song Challenge From … Continue reading

July 28, 2011 · 1 Comment

Hank D and the Bee: Solar+Wind=____

Relevant info From Nobel Peace Laureates: “Renewable energy sources are one of the powerful keys to a peaceful future.” From NOVA: A Clean Energy Future? From Sourcewatch: Health Effects of … Continue reading

May 26, 2011 · 1 Comment

The Republican with the Heart of Gold

*Cartoonist’s note: This cartoon is inspired by the House Energy Action Team (HEAT). More on HEAT after the cartoon. More on HEAT From DeSmogBlog: GOP House Energy Action Team Is … Continue reading

May 18, 2011 · Leave a comment

A special thanks to Tim DeChristopher

Pollute our air and water, leave SuperFund sites uncleaned, leave brownfields scattered around the country, and greatly contribute to climate change and you’re a billionaire. Try to prevent any of … Continue reading

March 4, 2011 · 4 Comments

Koch Brothers–Tilting at Clean Energy (cartoon and article=”cartoonicle”)

The idiom “tilting at windmills” (or turbines) derives from the novel Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes. It means to attack imaginary enemies, or fight unwinnable or futile battles. Big … Continue reading

November 11, 2010 · 12 Comments
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