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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

An excellent starter image from a campaign by Turkish Greenpeace, via my old favourite OSOCIO (formerly Houtlust)

What other adaptations might we see with global warming ?
Could be an interesting adaptation of the old "create an animal" activity.

On a separate tack, I had visitors from 5 different continents yesterday. If you're visiting the blog from a long way off, why not post a comment to let me know how you stumbled across me. All visitors very welcome, wherever you live...

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2 Comments:

At 1:43 PM, Blogger susan-jillian said...

Hi... I am in Toronto Canada.
Looking at your site because... my husbands name is Dan Ellison ;)
We are both VERY Eco aware, I love geography, and thought I would check in on your site. My family are from Aberdeen, I am the only Canadian foreigner in the bunch...
Great Blog..

 
At 1:48 PM, Blogger GeoBlogs said...

Hi
Thanks for getting in touch.
Great to hear that you are a fan of geography
If you go to the blog:
http://thegeographycollective.wordpress.com you can find out more about our recent work...

 

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