I am always drawn to these type of maps where data is collected to determine which states are known for this or that. I have seen maps regarding "state food" and favorite sports teams to name a few, but this one in particular isn't so fun. It shows each state by negative aspects which in fact could actual be useful for things such as travel. Say you have asthma or other respiratory problems, after viewing this map one would probably stay away from California or specificaly Los Angeles due to their levels of smog. On the other hand, according to the map, being a vegetarian in the state of Oklahoma wouldn't be as easy as a more "fruitful" place considering the state has been rated to eat the fewest fruit and vegetables.
"In 1979, the National Population and Family Planning Commission in China enacted an ambitious program that called for strict population control. Families in various urban districts are urged to have only one child—preferably a son—in order to solve the problems related to overpopulation. What has happened since then and what are its implications for the future of China?" This is an excellent infographic for understanding population dynamics in the world's most populous country.
This was a cool graphic to explain the basics of the birth policies in China. As a country, it is respectable for them to try and control their global footprint and growth within the country, yet some of the measures that are taken to achieve or sustain them are slightly questionable. One of the graphics displayed having one child compared to more than one, which were have the chance of being followed by fines, confiscations of belongings, and even job loss. In a sense, by having more (a child) they actually get less (money, goods, respect). The goal of reducing the birth rates had actually worked since it was put in place, though it didn't come without some sort of an expense of the citizens.
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