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Flood Woman vs. Climate Doom

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Forget climate change. The real story is climate speed. From rain bombs to higher seas, the...

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The Rising Waters project presents “Flood Woman and Climate Doom,” a four-page comic book set in Charleston.
The Rising Waters project presents “Flood Woman vs. Climate Doom,” a four-page comic book set in Charleston.

The forces affecting our climate are enormous, and the rapid changes taking place can be overwhelming. So we decided to distill some of these issues into "Flood Woman vs. Climate Doom." It's a comic book format, so exaggeration is part of it all. But the underlying message is accurate: Because we've released so much CO2, we've unleashed massive changes in the climate.

Download a PDF of the comic here.

"Flood Woman vs. Climate Doom" was written by Tony Bartelme and illustrated by Steve Ocier, Jayson Mabelin, and Rosario Pineda.


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