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Some of the cartoons for Democracy Co’s new website.

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The Human-Elephant Learning Programs Foundation works to improve the welfare of working elephants in Asia. The poster was adapted from a version for Horse SA. We mammals are all the same …

This video for Aspen Medical gives basic information about heat stress for workers in the energy industry. There are three versions – for Origin Energy, SANTOS and Shell.

South Australian Power Networks Draft Plan 2020-2025 animation, inviting feedback :

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The Essentials Education series of text and workbooks are published by the Adelaide Tuition Centre.  Many have cartoon illustrations, to help underline study points and  remind students that learning is fun. These are from the first full colour edition of the Modern History Workbook.

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A simple animation with Pitjantjatjara voiceover demonstrating remote voting for the South Australian State Election on 17th March 2018. A shorter version will be used at remote voting centres on the day.

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.id consulting services are demographers and more, interpreting census data for local government and business decision making. Their blog posts are informative on so many quirky issues embedded in the statistics. And most have a cartoon! To see where older people DO live around Australia, click  here for the blog post.

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Artwork for signs at Bowman Park, near Crystal Brook, South Australia. The park is becoming more popular, especially with RV travellers. The signs aim to alert campers to environmental issues: controlling pets, avoiding the spreading weeds, and in particular, discourage the gathering wood for campfires. Trees, logs and fallen branches are habitat for lizards, birds and insects.  Areas in the park are being left bare from the camp fire wood gathering.

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Some of the illustrations for the World Vision Community Feedback and Response System Field Guide.

 

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Schematic illustrations from the paper Sami-state collaboration in the governance of cumulative effects assessment: a critical action research approach  (Larsen, Raitio, Stinnerbom, Wik-Karlsson) in Environmental Impact Assessment Review 64 (2017) 67-76. More about the indigenous Sami people here, and similarities with Australia’s indigenous peoples’ experience here.