Designers are some of the most idealistic and systems-focused individuals in organizations and communities. They see problems and they fix them – always with the intent to better the lives … Read onClimate Change: Designers caused it. Now let’s do something about it.
Post finished work to the Daisie Community Project & on social media with the #DIFRecyclingDC Contribute to this Community Project on Daisie! NOTE: You must login and request to collaborate … Read onDesign Challenge: Local Community Recycling Campaigns
Via bustle.com: The new Netflix drama, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, out Mar. 1, is based on the true story of Malawian 13-year-old William Kamkwamba (played by newcomer Maxwell Simba), … Read onWhat’s William Kamkwamba Doing In 2019? ‘The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind’ Inventor Is Making A Difference Globally
Via bbc.com/ideas: Psychologists report a rise in people suffering from climate change anxiety or eco-anxiety. What’s it like? And what can you do to cope?
Via dezeen.com: Climate change action group Extinction Rebellion has unveiled a “radically different” visual identity, including DIY protest posters that will allow activists to flypost cities. Extinction Rebellion is an … Read onExtinction Rebellion uses bold graphics in protest against climate change
Via channel4.com: This graph from Nasa shows changes in global temperatures over the years. The different lines show the data collected by separate research centres.
Via: amny.com: In a city filled with overflowing garbage cans, teeming construction dumpsters and countless used coffee cups, saving the planet can seem like a futile proposition. Throw in climate … Read onEast Village-based Green Map System uses visuals to defend against climate change
Via itsnicethat.com: Back in 1970, a 23 year old graphic designer by the name of Gary Anderson entered a competition launched by the Container Corporation of America. The brief was … Read onDIA and Joseph Lebus redesign the recycling logo for launch of climate-focused Two Degrees°Creative