The Cartoons by Josh Calendar 2021

What a crazy year it has been and still is! The most therapeutic way to remember it all next year is to buy a Cartoon by Josh Calendar 2021 –…

Friday Funny

  Josh nails it as always. And don’t forget to check out the Cartoons by Josh 2019 Calendar! Buy yours today. ctm commands you.

Cartoons by Josh Calendar 2019

Josh writes: It’s here! I now have the beautifully printed Cartoons by Josh Calendar 2019 – a great Christmas present for yourself, for your nearest and dearest or for that…

Cartoons by Josh Calendar 2018

The best way to remember how entertaining (or horrifying) climate science, energy policy etc, has been in 2017 is to buy a Cartoons by Josh Calendar 2018. The calendar is…

Josh on Pielke Jr. and Mann-ichean paranoia in Climate Science

Josh Live-tooned the talk at the GWPF recently by Roger Pielke Jr. cartoonsbyjosh.com Roger Pielke Jr.: Manichean paranoia has poisoned the climate debate The talk is posted on Twitter, follow…

Now available in US/Canada: The Cartoons by Josh/WUWT Climate Calendar for 2017

Josh writes: It’s been another hilarious year and the Cartoons by Josh Calendar is just the way to remember throughout 2017. There are two versions: a UK version (see left) which is…

Friday funny – a shadow falls

Josh writes: The Trump effect is already being felt at COP22 – “is it Game Over?” asks Ian Duncan We can but wait and see. Meanwhile the usual conversations are taking…

Monday Mirthness – Look away now

Josh writes: From over on the UK side of the pond the 2016 US Presidential election is a bit of a mystery. What should we think? Cartoons by Josh

Friday Funny – Madhouse Mann

Josh writes: Michael Mann has a book out called “The Madhouse Effect” with cartoons by Tom Toles, and which was the subject of a WUWT post back in April. It looks like…

'Global warming vs global greening' GWPF lecture by Matt Ridley

Josh writes: Last night Matt Ridley gave the Global Warming Policy Foundation annual lecture titled ‘Global warming vs global greening’. Here are my cartoon notes. You can read Matt’s text and slides here. Cartoons by…