REVISED for 2010!
Steve’s first book!

Fine-Tooning the Planet
120 cartoons, including the best of 2009, spanning a 30-year career on environmental topics such as
Global warming

The lust for oil
Overpopulation
The air we breathe
Toxins and hazards
Earth's resources and much more!
With a foreword by the father of Earth Day, Denis Hayes

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steve@greenberg-art.com

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"For many years, and with fearsome clarity, Steve Greenberg has seen humanity's threats to the planet. Here he has assembled one man's indictment of his species, his answer to a question that will be leveled at us all in the not-too-distant future: 'What did you do when action would have made a difference?'"
— Tony Auth, Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist, the Philadelphia Inquirer

"Mr. Greenberg's insight to the carrying capacity of this planet is sharply focused and elevates public understanding, leading to attitudinal changes that contribute to a healthy planet."
— Werner Fornos, U.N. Population Laureate

"Steve brings to environmental issues the courage of Thomas Nast, the incisiveness of Herb Block, the white hot-topicality of Gary Trudeau and the laugh-out-loud hilarity of Pat Oliphant."
— Denis Hayes, coordinator of the first Earth Day

"Think globally, act locally. That's the mantra that Steve Greenberg has been following as an editorial cartoonist for the past 30 years. From local politics to the global ecosystem, from sunny L.A. to the polar ice caps, Steve has covered it all. "Fine-Tooning the Planet" is more than just a collection of his cartoons, it's a chronicle of three decades of environmental politics, and a clarion call for action by a cartoonist who's been fighting the good fight his entire career."
— Clay Bennett, Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist, Chattanooga Times Free Press, and formerly with The Christian Science Monitor

"An engaging book on the central issues of our time."
— Lester R. Brown, President, Earth Policy Institute

Steve's cartoons (including Environment section)