Environmental Infographics



State Of The Earth In 50 Years

The world’s appetite for fossil fuels and consumerism is going to have dire consequences for the Earth. Will the Millennial generation be leaving behind a livable world for their children and future generations? Learn more in this infographic from Reuse This Bag.

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NHL Green By the Numbers

The National Hockey League is a recognized leader among sports organizations in environmental stewardship. Here is an infographic from Constellation about how the NHL and its fans are making an environmental difference.

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Solar Power at Sea

When it comes to collecting the sun’s rays, solar panels have been placed almost everywhere – on rooftops, open farmland, and even on moving vehicles – and now innovators are trying to take solar out to sea. Floating solar panels on the ocean could have a huge impact...

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The Changing Face of UK Energy

This infographic provides an easy snapshot of the current energy situation in the UK. Through this we can see how our energy production has evolved over time. Coal, for example, once provided the vast majority of the United Kingdom’s power. Yet in 2015 coal was overtaken by renewable energy for the first time, when renewable energy provided one quarter of the UK’s electricity.

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Why Protect Redwoods

Save the Redwoods League has released the following infographic letting people know why they should protect redwoods. Redwoods are some of the tallest and oldest living beings on Earth and they provide critical life support for people and wildlife.

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Impacts of a Paper-Based System

Can you imagine a future where the planet is full of greenery and big cities are free of pollution? This is the vision shared by environment activists, who often advocate drastic steps to reduce the current trends of environmental degradation. Among them, using too much paper is a common and worldwide trend.

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Water Conservation 101

This infographic, courtesy of The Water Filter Men, explores some water conservation practices and advantages as well as provides stats about water usage around the world.

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The 411 on Unwanted Phone Books

Not too long ago, they were the way we searched for businesses and people. Nowadays, when phone books are dropped off in front of my house, they don’t even make it through the front door. In fact, they do right in the recycle bin! Who needs them? We have Google, Bing and multiple smart phone apps.

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Winter Survival Hacks

Winter is well and truly underway, and until now the weather has been tolerable. But it might be an idea to prepare to outsmart Jack Frost so you can go about your business when the weather turns arctic. The folks at Jones Oil have put together their top winter survival hacks for your home, car and even your health.

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A Survivalist’s Guide to Eating in the Wilderness

This infographic is a handy guide for those who love to explore the wilderness and spend a lot of time living off what nature has to offer. Several plants and flowers are broken down into what is edible and what is not. There are also handy tips on other uses for some of these plants and flowers.

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How to React to Extreme Weather When Driving

While you may think that driving in adverse weather is no big deal, the fact is that 22% of all car accidents are weather-related. So, how can you keep your family and friends safe when driving? In this infographic by CJ Pony Parts, learn how to properly react to conditions such as snow, ice, rain, tornadoes, and high heat.

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Go Grey: Properly Dispose of Outdated Phone Books

The Berry Company/Hawaiian Telcom Yellow Pages worked in collaboration with the City of Honolulu to create an infographic to raise awareness about proper outdated phone book disposal in Oahu. The infographic shares important facts for the community.

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