“Mean Joe green’s” Top 11 Environmental Cartoons of 2011

Below are the eleven most-clicked cartoons of 2011 (based on clicks from the sites where they were published–ie. Greenpeace, Wend Magazine, Center for Media and Democracy, ElephantJournal, PlanetSave, Ecopolitology, Ecolutionist, etc…).

Personally, I like a few different ones that didn’t make this list, but the people have spoken (or clicked). They are shared top to bottom in chronological order (oldest to newest) as opposed to order of popularity.

January 18, 2011 “The Aging Activist”

January 24, 2011 “The Republican Triple Threat”

February 23, 2011 “Loaded Breasts and Loaded Guns”

March 4, 2011 “A Special Thanks to Tim DeChristopher”

April 5, 2011 “What You Heard vs What you Remembered”

June 23, 2011 “The Green Republican”

This one inspired an email from the “Green Republican” himself. Bob Inglis wrote:
Joe, I love “The Green Republican.” My kids thought that the line “We’re kids, not idiots” was especially hilarious. Best regards, Bob

July 7, 2011 “‘Thinking’ Like a Climate Skeptic”

August 10, 2011 “Michelle Bachmann’s Lights are on but Nobody’s Home”

October 12, 2011 “Wrong and Wrongerer: How Both Sides of the Aisle Address Climate Change”

November 9, 2011 “Coal ‘Mine'”

November 22, 2011 “Tuna to Greenpeace: Help”

So as not to neglect my two favorite little ‘greenies’, the below cartoon was the most popular Hank D and the Bee cartoon from 2011. “D-U-M Dumb!”

Happy New year, all!
Looking forward to another year of eco-cartoonery…

Joe Mohr (“Mean Joe green”)

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