We have been using the warming stripes for some time in our department, and I also have a natty warming stripes tie. I shall be wearing it on Friday when we Show our Stripes
Ed Hawkins is behind the stripes.It's time to #ShowYourStripes by visiting: https://t.co/xZmp3uP2OQ!— Ed Hawkins (@ed_hawkins) June 17, 2019
We have made warming stripes graphics available for virtually every country, and including US states and UK regions. These are free to use however you like!
These are my #warmingstripes: England (1884-2018). pic.twitter.com/v5C6GD3koL
He has created a new website where you can download stripes for your own home region.
We will all be wearing the Stripes on the 21st of June. Posters are up in the Geography Classroom. Stickers are printed for everyone to wear.
Annual average temperatures for England from 1884-2018 using data from UK Met Office.
Graphics and lead scientist: Ed Hawkins, National Centre for Atmospheric Science, University of Reading.
Data : Berkeley Earth, NOAA, UK Met Office, MeteoSwiss, DWD.