Korea Soil Pollution by Yang Dongwook, Sejong University

The soil of Korea is severely polluted. The Korea soil pollution campaign has utilized infographics to visually analyze the data collected through the Soil Measurement Network provided by the Ministry of Environment of Korea, which surveyed 7 rivers to discover 5 major reasons for pollution, 13 fields of soil usage that contributes to pollution, and 12 chemical pollutants. Instead of applying grey-toned color to depict the severity of soil pollution, brighter colors, which are opposite to that of soil, are used to draw contrasts and alert viewers to the gravity of the situation. The package consists of 2 parts: a booklet and an infographic poster.

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