Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
In a world of extremes and overly simplified messages, it can be difficult to transmit information about ecology, with its complex discourses that are often unattractive to consumers. The content is more often than not interrelated and always comes with the troubling idea of "doing less damage" than really doing things right. At the same time, they involve simple, completely logical things: the very laws of nature. In this context, the ability of graphics to summarize messages that could otherwise only be explained with long texts and make these messages attractive is of utmost importance. In this new book, we have compiled various graphic communication designed to promote a more sustainable lifestyle and warn about the risks of pollution, the loss of biodiversity, the dangers of climate change, etc.