Online, interactive and print assets for the Report

In order to help get the critical findings of the Living Planet Report to the widest possible audiences, all material in this section is free for you to embed,  download and otherwise re-use in your print and online media presentations so long as due credit is given to WWF/ZSL/GFN.



 

Living Planet Index Interactive (2012)

 / ©: WWF / Moccu
Screenshot of the LPI Interactive Graph
© WWF / Moccu
View and compare the changing patterns of species populations since 1970 for both temperate and tropical zones.  Figures are also available for the changes in the biomes of forest, marine and freshwater. Embeddable in your website.

Footprint interactive (2012)

 / ©: WWF / Moccu
Screenshot of the footprint interactive graphic.
© WWF / Moccu
An explorable interactive graphic allowing you to search and compare the footprints of different countries. Footprints can be filtered by component eg cropland, carbon, forests etc. Embeddable in your website.

Interactive MindMap (2010)

 / ©: R.Isotti, A.Cambone - Homo Ambiens / WWF-Canon
Screen shot of the Living Planet 2010 mindmap.
© R.Isotti, A.Cambone - Homo Ambiens / WWF-Canon
To help us all understand some of the complex and wide-ranging messages contained in the 2010 Living Planet Report, we have created an interactive mindmap that can help us all explore the issues, see the problems and look at some of the potential solutions that face us today, on our only planet.

Water Footrprint Interactive (2010)

 / ©: WWF / Moccu
Water Footprint interactive graph screenshot LPR2010
© WWF / Moccu
An explorable interactive graphic allowing you to search and compare the water footprints of different countries. Embeddable in your website.

The Global Timber Trade

Infographic showing major global exporters and importers of wood / ©: WWF / GOOD / SectionDesign
In this high-tech world of metal and plastic, it's easy to forget that many things are still made with good, old-fashioned wood. Countries with lots of forest stand to benefit from the lucrative timber trade, but at what cost to their ecological footprint? Here are five major timber exporters, and who is buying their wood.
© WWF / GOOD / SectionDesign
Who's Buying, Who's Selling?
In this high-tech world of metal and plastic, it's easy to forget that many things are still made with good, old-fashioned wood. Countries with lots of forest stand to benefit from the lucrative timber trade, but at what cost to their ecological footprint? Here are 5 major timber exporters, and who is buying their wood.

Eating the Earth

Eating the Earth. This infographic illustrates the impact that different types of diets can have on ... / ©: WWF / GOOD
Eating the Earth. This infographic illustrates the impact that different types of diets can have on the planet.
© WWF / GOOD
Over a given period of time, our planet produces a finite amount of resources. Trees, food, oxygen, and everything else are created a balanced, natural rate. If we consume more than what is produced, we start to damage the Earth's ability to renew itself. Because one of the main ways we use the planet's resources is through our diets, we've examined what effects diets from around the world are having on the planet.
  • WWF would like to thank

    • Moccu for the expertise and thought put into the interactive graphs
    • GOOD for their undoubted excellence in infographics
  •  / ©: WWF

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