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Visual Resources Hub

Our visual resources provide a different way to learn about animal issues. Our collection is always growing, so check back regularly.

Other Graphics

Sometimes graphics, videos, and visual resources don't fit neatly into a specific category. This is the home for one-off projects like factsheets and infographics that are useful for animal advocates on their own.

This graphic offers a step-by-step look at what it takes to conduct a successful ballot initiative in the U.S., taken from our Legislative Advocacy Blog.

This graphic, taken from a guest blog by Rethink Priorities’ Neil Dullaghan, offers a roadmap for fish advocates to follow in order to capitalize on the European Commission’s upcoming fish welfare reforms.

This graphic describes the prevalence and harms associated with four common diseases seen in the live export industry.

A visual summary of a review and blog looking at the 2021 “PetPoint Report” data on cat and dog adoptions throughout the United States.

The first in a series of infocomics, this edition looks at the U.S.-specific results of our study, Beliefs About Fishes and Chickens & Their Relation to Animal-Positive Behaviors.

An infographic that outlines a study summary that we published in our library, looking at how the media connects animal agriculture and animal consumption with climate change.

An infographic that outlines a study summary that we published in our library, looking at how organized crime is intertwined with industrial fishing.

A visual summary of a review and blog looking at how focus, content, and framing work together to create the most effective animal advocacy campaigns.

This graphic, illustrated by Faunalytics board president Caryn Ginsberg, walks through a series of evidence-based methods to help encourage people to consider, try, and then (importantly) maintain a plant-based diet.

How many vegans, vegetarians, and semi-vegetarians are there in the U.S.? How many vegetarian meals do they eat? And why do they choose to limit their consumption of meat and other animal products or avoid them entirely? If you’re interested in these questions, Faunalytics has the answers in this infographic.

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