We need to Always [Wear Our Stripes] – To Change Our Behavior . One Planet One Ecosystem. One Future.
The medium of data visualisation in art has blurred the boundaries between art and science, sparking the use of innovative data visualisation techniques for new, impactful ways to communicate scientific Truths.
For climate scientist Professor Ed Hawkins (National Centre for Atmospheric Science, University of Reading), starting conversations about climate change was the driving motivation behind his development of the Climate Stripes, a simple pattern of coloured stripes generated by the latest scientific data that represents the increase in temperatures since 1850, one stripe per year, with dark blues used.