Episode 2/6 of Sustainability@work

This is only important if you care about visualizing stories 🙂

Welcome to episode 6 of season number two of Sustainability@Work, a traces&dreams podcast, hosted by Samara Croci.

Valentina D’Efilippo is Sustainability@Work’s guest this week. Valentina is a creative director and a designer of data visualizations. Among other things, she created famous data visualizations like Poppy Fields, Metoomomentum, and The Infographic History of the World.

A conversation with Valentina in which we ask if what we measure in sustainability is really what is important if there is something missing, and we then explore the world of data visualization, which is plagued by information overload and sometimes apathy. We will also discuss how to use data to connect, communicate problems, create conversation, and hopefully influence social change.

Valentina is an outstanding guest for this podcast, because she can mix the world of data and measure that is important to sustainability with the world of human stories and connections that are also an important part of sustainability, sometimes forgotten. The conversation was inspiring and profound for many reasons. I highly recommend it.

Here are a few details about our guest:
Valentina D’Efilippo
Named one of Campaign’s 30 Future Creative Leaders, Valentina is an award-winning data designer, creative director, and co-author of the must-have book The Infographic History of the World. Her work has been exhibited at various events and museums around the world. She also teaches data visualisation Masterclasses at The Guardian.


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