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https://doi.org/10.5194/gc-2022-13
https://doi.org/10.5194/gc-2022-13
 
24 Oct 2022
24 Oct 2022
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GC Insights: Nature stripes for raising engagement with biodiversity loss

Miles Richardson Miles Richardson
  • School of Psychology, University of Derby, Derby, DE22 1GB, UK

Abstract. Globally there has also been a stark decline in biodiversity since 1970 yet climate change receives far greater attention. The ‘warming stripes’ have shown the power of very simple graphical visualisations of data for communicating with broad audiences. The ‘nature stripes’ show how biodiversity data can also be presented in a similar way to positive effect.

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There has also been a stark loss of wildlife since 1970 yet climate change receives far greater attention. The ‘warming stripes’ have shown how simple graphics can engage broad audiences. The ‘nature stripes’ show how the loss of wildlife and biodiversity can also be presented in a similar way to positive effect.
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