Scramble for Land Rights 


These infographics were designed for World Resources Institute, to accompany the launch of a report titled "Scramble for Land Rights: Reducing Inequalities Between Communities and Companies." The infographic compares how hard it is for communities secure their land rights, having to navigate many barriers and delays, while companies have a relatively easy process, taking advantages of loopholes and advantages. These were built using AI2HTML, to reduce file size and stay readible on screen, while auto switching out different versions depending on screen size. 


In addition to the static graphics, we developed an animated version for use on social media. The key takeaway of the story is that most communities never make it through the process of securing their land rights, and those who do face many delays, taking significantly longer than the process companies go through.

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