Social Graphics

Below you can find a series of high-impact downloadable, social-media friendly infographics and memes that you can use to help spread the message about climate change and fossil fuels at the G20 summit meeting.

1. Coal and the Health Impacts [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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2. G20 and Climate Change [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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3. Climate Change and Turkish Coal [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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4. Imagine watching your home, livelihood and your country slowly disappear. [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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5. Climate Change is Reducing Crop Yields. [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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6. Coal, Drought and Desertification  [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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7. Burning Fossil Fuels is Accelerating Climate Change [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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8. Climate Refugees [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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9. Coal Kills 1 Million Prematurely Every Year [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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10. Coal is No Cure for Energy Poverty [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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11. Living Near Coal is Poisonous  [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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12. The World’s Poorest Most Affected by Coal [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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13. Coal is No Cure for Energy Poverty  [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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14. Coal Industry Has Their Head in the Sand  [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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15. Coal Industry in “Terminal Decline”  [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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16. Climate Change and Crop Failure [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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17. Find out about your government’s fossil fuel subsidies [click to expand, read and share this infographic] FossilFuel_Infographic_$452 billion

18. 3/4 of existing fossil fuel reserves must be left in the ground. [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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19. Empty Promises: G20 subsidies to oil, gas and coal production [click to expand, read and share this infographic]
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20. The UK increased subsidies to fossil fuel production [click to expand, read and share this infographic]

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