Below you will find a smattering of resources, ideas, and sociologically-inspired projects that I think are interesting and neat. Enjoy!

Climate Change Litigation

The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia hosts a great database on litigation related to climate change, both in the United States and abroad.

Race and Segregation

The racial dot map is a simple and compelling way to visualize (a) population density and (b) residential segregation by race in the United States. The map was created by Dustin Cable and is hosted by the Demographics Research Group at the Univeristy of Virginia.

Partisanship and Presidental Politics

Maps of “purple America” are a simple and neat effort to point out that political ideology and partisan affiliation–at least as manifest in presidential election votes–is more geographically heterogenous than common narratives suggest.