These Travel Posters Depict A Dystopian Future If The U.S. Ignores Climate Change

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Rising sea levels have overtaken some of America’s most iconic landmarks in a series of mock travel posters released by a Boulder, Colorado-based marketing agency this week.
The project offers a dark prediction of the country’s future if U.S. lawmakers ignore climate research. Designers at Walden Hyde created the posters for purchase a few years ago and re-released them on the firm’s website for free this week in anticipation of this weekend’s nationwide March for Science.

Lucia Robinson, co-founder of Walden Hyde, designed the posters with the company’s art director, Stephanie Sizemore. She said activists are welcome to

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These Travel Posters Depict A Dystopian Future If The U.S. Ignores Climate Change

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Rising sea levels have overtaken some of America’s most iconic landmarks in a series of mock travel posters released by a Boulder, Colorado-based marketing agency this week.
The project offers a dark prediction of the country’s future if U.S. lawmakers ignore climate research. Designers at Walden Hyde created the posters for purchase a few years ago and re-released them on the firm’s website for free this week in anticipation of this weekend’s nationwide March for Science.

Lucia Robinson, co-founder of Walden Hyde, designed the posters with the company’s art director, Stephanie Sizemore. She said activists are welcome to

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