#IPCC 5th Assessment Report as… haiku! #Genius #climate communication! #Manchester version to follow…

A haiku, for those who don’t know, is is a very short form of Japanese poetry.
According to “Sightline Daily: News & Views for a Sustainable NorthWest” (US of A!)
“Housebound with a rotten cold one recent weekend, Greg Johnson found himself paring his key takeaways from the IPCC report into haiku…”

They are simply awesome – and can be seen here.

Please note, “explicit permission must be granted by Sightline and Greg Johnson for republishing this work in full or in part. In no instance may the work be republished for profit.


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Was print format from 2012 to 13. Now web only. All things climate and resilience in (Greater) Manchester.
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