Climate Change is Boring – So change the story.

Having followed the climate change debate and science behind it since studying geography back in high school, I found the below 5-minute video a compelling and insightful look at why the whole issue just isn’t getting any traction. Sure, there’s plenty of denial out there even if the science is clear about what’s going to … Continue reading Climate Change is Boring – So change the story.

Social networks, innovation, and marketing for disaster risk reduction

The above photo was taken at the exhibition space in Cern which has various displays explaining the the origins of the universe. It’s also a poignant question because it helps us: 1) understand where we’re from, and, importantly, 2) gives a starting point to know or define where we’re going. This was what twenty one … Continue reading Social networks, innovation, and marketing for disaster risk reduction

Linking climate data with disaster symbols

With a bit of a short notice, I produced this infographic for a Swedish journalist who interviewed Margareta Wahlstrom, UNISDR’s ‘commander in chief’, on the impacts of disasters and climate change. It’s based on an MS Excel chart that was produced to highlight overall disasters in the Asia-Pacific region. The journalist wanted to reproduce the … Continue reading Linking climate data with disaster symbols

RGB… and all the colors in between

Fall (aka autumn) is a beautiful time of the year… colors are changing, temperatures are dipping, and the air smells different. It’s been a while since I’ve really experienced a fall, and the up-coming winter for that matter. The hardest part of it all is trying to get accustomed to the cold weather – in … Continue reading RGB… and all the colors in between