The cloak of denial, an anti-science shield, the Koch Brothers’ chest full of money, and James Inhofe’s weapon of choice, a spiked snowball.
These are some of the accessories that come with the newly announced Climate Inaction Figures: Toy-sized likenesses of prominent political figures who claim, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, that there is no reason to act on climate change.
The figures and the campaign are the work of the team behind the Emmy-Award winning documentary series, Years of Living Dangerously.
Besides offering a much-needed laugh during these days of convention craziness, the project hopes to inspire people to learn more about — and take action — on carbon pricing policy work.
The campaign directs people to theclimatesolution.com, a website that explores the benefits and practicality of putting a price on carbon.
Because if you’re not part of the solution, well… then the Climate Inaction Figures win.