What's under babies' bottom affects babies' future by London College of Communication

According to the article "The Lifecycle of Plastics" by WWF Australia, a disposable baby diaper takes 500 years to completely decompose on Earth. When I first came across this new knowledge, I was both shocked by the duration of its decomposition and amused by the irony of it. Of course, one of the most important reasons people talk about supporting environmental conservation is to create a better living environment for future generations. Yet, surprisingly, the very things underneath a baby's bottom are harming our planet. This project aims to convey the harm and current state of disposable diapers to the target audience of parents of newborns and those who will become parents, using data visualisation.