At Possible, the London-based climate charity I work with, we've just released Noisy Cities - an interactive visualization and sonification of noise pollution in London, Paris and New York - our Car-Free Megacities. NOISY CITIESOur noise maps show the levels of exposure to noise in London, Paris and New York.
The climate charity [https://www.wearepossible.org/] I work for, Possible, has just published a scrollytelling story I made about car-free initiatives in cities across the world. It originally began life as a report, but most people don't read reports. Policymakers read reports (or their staff do). Folks who work
A project that I've been working on for climate charity Possible [https://www.wearepossible.org/] has just gone live! The Car Free Megacities data dashboard [https://www.carfreemegacities.org/en/data-dashboard] shows how London, Paris and New York are freeing themselves of the dangers, pollution and emissions caused by mass
Inspired by The Historical Light Aids to Navigation [http://mail01.tinyletterapp.com/data-is-plural/data-is-plural-2020-07-15-edition/17497710-reshare.ukdataservice.ac.uk/854172/?c=f45dfd7e-31dd-46dd-880c-f646cf1bdf47] dataset, via Jeremy Singer-Vine's wonderful Data is Plural [https://tinyletter.com/data-is-plural] newsletter, here's a map of the lighthouses surrounding the coasts of England and Wales in 1911. Light
Mont Poupet and Nans Sous St Anne, in Franche Comte. Thanks to @humeursdevictor [https://twitter.com/humeursdevictor] for the link to better topographic data [https://www.data.gouv.fr/fr/datasets/bd-alti-r-75-m-250-m-1-000-m/] for France. The tiled heightmap for the whole country is a lovely mix of organic and synthetic, and
Charles-Joseph Minard [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Joseph_Minard] was a 19th-century civil engineer, who become famous for his early contributions to information design. You've almost certainly seen his map of Napoleon's disastrous 1812 Russia campaign [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Minard.png]. But his work extends far
Ridgeline plots (formerly known as joyplots - read the explanation for the name change [https://serialmentor.com/blog/2017/9/15/goodbye-joyplots]) are a lovely way of displaying topography. Peak Map [https://anvaka.github.io/peak-map] is a website created by Andrei Kashcha that lets you go to anywhere on