Category: Environmental Infographics
Proper paint disposal is more important than you may think. In fact, it is essential. By throwing away paint, you risk harming our oceans, habitat, and even ourselves. Learn stats on how much paint gets trashed each year and tips on how to reduce, recycle or dispose of paint the correct way in this infographic.
Here is an infographic created by the folks at Power Tool World that provides some very interesting details about the Earth’s core that you maybe you haven’t learned yet so far.
Have you ever thought about the car fuel you are using is acting like a pollution emission machine, a machine that is creating adverse effects on human beings and natural resources alike? This is a major issue that deserves our serious attention! Here Gaadi.com shares a list of alternative fuels that can prove useful in overcoming this problem to some extent.
eCO2 Greetings have been proud to stress that sending corporate ecards is much greener than sending cards via a postal service. As such, they have conducted a detailed study of the carbon impact of sending an email versus that of a postal letter. The difference is substantial.
Every 1 to 3 years people are replacing their electronic devices and every year electronic device sales are increasing. That is why in this infographic, weSRCH shows why electronics devices recycling is more important than ever.
Forests are the largest terrestrial carbon sink by far. In fact, forests absorb nearly 90 percent more carbon than the next largest source. Check out the following infographic to learn more about what the forests do for us and how we need to keep them around.
Energy bills are an increasing concern for both homeowners and business owners alike. These 5 tips, compiled by US Window and Door, will help reduce your energy costs and contribute to the conservation of our environment.
This infographic reveals what living off the grid looks like, along with tips on how to get started. Things covered includes: cutting your power usage, finding an alternative source of water, securing an energy source, and producing your own food. Following these steps will ensure true energy independence.
Did you know that drinking bottled water’s taking too much toll on your wallet—and the environment? The following infographic from Water Bottles takes a look at the costs of bottled water.
It remains important to ensure that any negative impact we have on our environment is minimized. HostGator makes every effort to remain a green web host, however the Internet as a whole is likely causing more of an impact that one might imagine. This infographic sheds some light on this issue and even provides some helpful tips on how to minimize your virtual carbon footprint.
These days, it seems like everything is expensive…and for good reason. Plainly put, the cost of living continues to go up each year. For example, take energy costs; in the last three years, they have risen by 37%. While there are a number of ways to help reduce your home energy usage, ADT Pulse provides the dual functionality of complete home automation and additional home security protection.
The following infographic communicates Aquatec’s passion for pure water and our amazing planet. It showcases 50 incredible facts about water and takes you on a journey from outer space into an average UK home. It features everything from Scottish rainfall to Martian Dirt, from a pair of jeans to the International Space Station.
North Dakota may be known as the Peace Garden state, however, it’s quickly becoming known as the Oil state – all because of the Bakken. UG Center has created an infographic entitled “The Burgeoning Bakken”, guiding you though one of the largest oil deposits in our nation, and its effects on the land and people around it.
Now that marijuana is legal in Washington, the cannabis industry is booming in the Seattle area. This infographic by WasteXpress shows the long road to legalization in Washington and some of the different types of waste that can be by-products of marijuana production.