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The food chain in the EU in perspective

This is a graphical presentation of diverse data. It is intended to help viewers grasp the relative magnitude of the issue under consideration. The diagram is not intended to be a ‘scientific’ comparison of related things but offers a set of diverse ‘million’ figures – the idea being that individual million figures are more or less meaningless to most people. By setting them out visually people can much more easily grasp their scale; by setting out figures for a diverse set of topics that also brings a sense of scale. It is not scientific as a method (although the individual figures are from good sources) but the approach often raises interesting questions – which can then be addressed more scientifically. We can produce Library Briefings (or InfoGraphics, or raw statistics) on questions provoked by the current diagram.

 

Download the rest of our InfoGraphic on the Food Chain in Europe here

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