David Beckman, Huffington Post contributor and Pisces Foundation's executive director, writes about a medium of communication importantly used in philanthropy: The Infographic.
Beckman states that an infographic is touted as a useful form of communication especially in communicating about environmental policies. A good infographic helps better express environmental strategies and solutions to reach more people visually and effectively.
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