#savetheplanet, stacked area graph

Extreme Carbon Inequality: Percentage of CO2 Emissions by Income, Globally

Percentage of CO2 emissions by Income, World Population
graph via Oxfam, slow reveal by Jenna Laib (@JennaLaib)

(Slide deck includes notes and questions to elicit discourse)

Type of Graph: area graph

Source: Oxfam, “Extreme Carbon Inequality: Why the Paris climate deal must put the poorest, lowest emitting, and most vulnerable people first.” Published December 2, 2015.

Paired Texts:

Potential Math Content: percentiles, declines, area graphs, estimating area

Potential Content Connections: climate change, climate crisis, carbon emissions

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