June 28, 2012

Results from survey on use and capacity in using graphics to communicate environment and sustainable development issues

Survey results

Survey results - Using graphics to communicate environment information In 2010, to learn more about the way environmental and sustainable development professionals use charts, maps and diagrams, we conducted a short survey. The results have now been published in a short report, and they provide an interesting picture of these users' needs and capabilities in terms of preparing illustrations and using graphics for the communication of information related to climate change, environmental issues and sustainable development.

We received more than 300 responses to the survey, and the results have been summarized in an 18-page report.


To read the full report, as well as a summary of the results, please visit