We knitted a beautiful, yet alarming area chart of the changing climate on earth with data from NASA as a sweater. Check out the knit and learn about how we transformed the data into a knitting pattern.
This knitted sweater has a striking back: it shows the global carbon dioxide emissions per capita since 1960 calculated by the Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center. From 1960 to 2014, per capita emissions rose by 61%.
We hit the ski slope with a loop scarf visualizing the decreased population of wild tigers since 1970 according to WWF. Their number is slowly increasing since 2010 and WWF wants to double it until 2022.