Yesterday a colleague at work and I were discussing the feasibility of creating infographics to use as exhibits at public meetings for projects. We didn't necessarily think they should be used in place of what is already done, but instead used to enhance understanding of the project. But we could not think of any examples where we had seen public agencies using infographics in this manner. I'm going to reach out to a few people I know in the industry to see if they are aware of anyone using infographics at public meetings for projects, and if any of you out there are familiar with an example, we'd love to hear about it.
In the meantime, I thought I'd share an infographic with you that I received in the email yesterday from EDR. It focuses on the topic of vapor intrusion. You can find out more about that topic on the EPA Vapor Intrusion page. And if you want to embed this infographic on your own page to help educate citizens in your own community you can grab the embed code on the Vapor Intrusion Infographic page.
What Homeowners Need to Know About Vapor Intrusion – An infographic by the team at EDR