After I read The Car and the City (see last post), I went looking for more information about the author, and inadvertently struck a motherlode of informational graphics and maps produced by the Sightline Institute in Seattle!
(Click on the maps for a larger version.)
What I particularly love about these graphics are that they all refer to Cascadia, seen here:
Ever been curious about life expectancy in our region?
How about seeing the clearcutting of the central Cascades?
Consider the lost range of the gray wolf:
In addition to maps, there are informative charts and other graphics, like this comparison of the Dow Jones average to the median Oregon income:
Sightline has tons of other maps and graphics available, and they have a clear free use policy, as well as low, medium, and high-resolution versions available for download. What a great find!