Mapping global injustice by changing the view Danny Dorling University of Sheffield Talk in the magnificent maps: power, p...
Changing perspectives <ul><li>For centuries maps have conditioned the way we view the world, aiding understanding but some...
Gall-Peters projection
Ancient Population Cartogram
 
World Population Cartogram with Satellite Image
Africa Population Cartogram
EU Population Cartogram
USA Population Cartogram
People killed by Floods
People killed by Storms
World Population Cartogram with Elevation
Bangladesh Population Cartogram with Elevation Myanmar / Burma Population Cartogram with Elevation Elevation [m]
2010 General Election in Great Britain
Afghanistan Population Cartogram
Iraq Population Cartogram
Iran Population Cartogram
USA Population Cartogram
UK Population Cartogram with Elevation and Rivers
Refugee Destination International Immigrants Net Immigration Tourist Destinations Net In-Tourism Refugee Origin Internatio...
British Migration Flows
Ecological Footprint Cartogram
<ul><li>What is most unfair? </li></ul><ul><li>How many people have no light at night, </li></ul><ul><li>or how much light...
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Changing perspectives: Mapping global injustice by changing the view

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Talk by Danny Dorling, held at the magnificent maps: power, propaganda and art series, The British Library, London, 20th July 2010. Slides and maps created by Benjamin Hennig and the Worldmapper team.

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Changing perspectives: Mapping global injustice by changing the view

  1. 1. Mapping global injustice by changing the view Danny Dorling University of Sheffield Talk in the magnificent maps: power, propaganda and art series 20.07.2010, The British Library, London Slides created by Benjamin Hennig Watch the multimedia version of this presentation at http://sasi.group.shef.ac.uk/presentations /
  2. 2. Changing perspectives <ul><li>For centuries maps have conditioned the way we view the world, aiding understanding but sometimes dramatically distorting reality. This presentation describes how new maps and projections are being created to show the size of countries proportionate to social conditions, health, great poverty or enormous wealth. </li></ul><ul><li>The result is a series of irresistible redesigns that show starkly the injustices across our world. </li></ul>
  3. 3. Gall-Peters projection
  4. 4. Ancient Population Cartogram
  5. 6. World Population Cartogram with Satellite Image
  6. 7. Africa Population Cartogram
  7. 8. EU Population Cartogram
  8. 9. USA Population Cartogram
  9. 10. People killed by Floods
  10. 11. People killed by Storms
  11. 12. World Population Cartogram with Elevation
  12. 13. Bangladesh Population Cartogram with Elevation Myanmar / Burma Population Cartogram with Elevation Elevation [m]
  13. 14. 2010 General Election in Great Britain
  14. 15. Afghanistan Population Cartogram
  15. 16. Iraq Population Cartogram
  16. 17. Iran Population Cartogram
  17. 18. USA Population Cartogram
  18. 19. UK Population Cartogram with Elevation and Rivers
  19. 20. Refugee Destination International Immigrants Net Immigration Tourist Destinations Net In-Tourism Refugee Origin International Emigrants Net Emigration Tourist Origins Net Out-Tourism
  20. 21. British Migration Flows
  21. 22. Ecological Footprint Cartogram
  22. 23. <ul><li>What is most unfair? </li></ul><ul><li>How many people have no light at night, </li></ul><ul><li>or how much light others can afford to waste </li></ul><ul><li>- to shine up into space? </li></ul>
  23. 24. Watch the multimedia version of this presentation including video and interactive slide selection at http://sasi.group.shef.ac.uk/presentations /

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