Organisation: Zeit Online (Germany)
Publication Date: 04/07/2016
Size of team/newsroom:large
DescriptionAlmost breaking news, both the November and the December 2015 were the warmest ones in Germany since regular measuring started in 1881. We show all other heat records — 9 months have been the warmest since 2001 — clearly visible in 12 single line charts. Yearly temperature courses superimposed over each other explain that the last ten years almost constantly lie above the 135-year average. These visualisations deliver an impression of how climate change can be measured in Germany, too. Full credit: Lara Malberger, Julian Stahnke, Paul Blickle, Ellena Nachbar and Sascha Venohr
What makes this project innovative? What was its impact?It gives an easy visual access to climate data by adding annotation to the monthly charts and thus highlighting the information that is relevent in the article. If the reader chooses to, he/she can interact and find out more.
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