What is Climate Signals? Climate Signals is a science information project of Climate Nexus, a non-profit organization under the fiscal sponsorship of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, a 501(c)3 organization. Originally launched in 2010 as an independent project, Climate Signals underwent graphic redesign and content expansion in 2016 as a project of Climate Nexus. Climate Signals is directed […]

Adolfo Arranz is a Spaniard based in Singapore, actually working as Creative Director at MediaCorp. He loves to sketch at open air, and is a member of Urbansketchers. In his infographic, from The South China Morning Post, which I am featuring today, Mr. Arranz’s infographic story shows an outbreak of green algae, or hutai as […]

Readers: Today I want to showcase one of the beautiful infographics created by Manuel Canales. Manuel Canales was born in Liberia and went to live in San Jose when he was eight years old. He is the only one of four siblings who did not return to his beloved Guanacaste, although he admits that he […]

Readers: Hannah Cooley, from Lamps.com, sent me this infographic. Hannah noted, October. Leaves changing color, pumpkin spiced everything, and National Energy Awareness Month! Lamps.com is celebrating this important month by highlighting another October staple – Football! Many NFL teams have taken great strides to “go green” and make their stadiums as energy-efficient as possible. From […]

Are We in the Midst of a Sixth Mass Extinction? by Bill Marsh, Sunday Review Graphics Editor, New York Times Bill Marsh’s black-and-red image depicts species at risk of extinction, based on data from the International Union for Conservation of Nature. When it comes to designing infographics, Marsh says there’s a dance between visual appeal […]

New York’s Carbon Emissions—in Real Time, by Adam Nieman, Creative Director, Carbon Visuals and Chris Rabet, freelance director and digital visual effects artist This is a still from an infographic video that conceptualizes the 54 million metric tons of carbon dioxide that engulfed New York City in 2010. Designing the blue spheres—which each represent about a ton […]