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Climate Change emojis created to spur conversation

by Futures Centre, Feb 23
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The Climoji project (“Climate Change emoji”), funded by New York University’s Green Grants, is looking to provoke a discussion on climate change. A new collection of 27 emoji stickers including one each for forest fires, smog-filled cities, and emaciated polar bears, have been designed to illustrate the greatest threats posed by climate change, and more than 6,000 people have downloaded Climoji.

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