Shifting Narratives of Climate Change Stakeholders


Information Design, Poster Design 
















With growing knowledge of climate change and how it affects various sectors of our daily lives, emotions are running high. Fear, defeat, denial, anger, and aggression are a sample of feelings that arise (like sea levels...too soon?) when climate change is discussed.

In this infographic, 2018 headlines from The Guardian depict a shift in diction used in stakeholder (such as scientists and politicians) narratives over time. By following the linked lines, viewers can compare and contrast the language used in a given narrative, conveying a varying sense of urgency amongst fields.


















Made during a Text as Data workshop with Eric Gunther and Jackie Littman of Sosolimited.
Headlines gathered using a program coded and designed by Sosolimited.


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