How Oil Is Formed

Those of us who imagine that striking oil means drilling into a pool of liquid riches might be surprised to learn how wrong we are. Oil is not found in underground lakes, but dispersed through rocks like a sponge. The rocks must be broken to extract the oil, which looks like mud when it is taken from the ground. Nor is it the remains of dead dinosaurs!

Smarter and Greener: The Future of Building

This is an exciting time to be in construction. The challenges of a growing world population and increased economic development across the world are putting an increased strain on our resources and the environment. This challenge is being met across the globe by engineers who are developing new methods of construction.

Which States Use the Most Water?

Water is a necessary aspect of life. In America, this fact is often taken for granted. Now, with the recent devastating drought in California, it’s becoming a more visible issue nation wide. This map and accompanying visualization shows the water use per capita and for different industries for each state and most populated county per state.

Energy Outlook for 2040

As the world tries to become more and more eco-friendly, what will energy production look like in 2040 and what is being done to make the world a greener place? This infographic takes a look at the outcomes predicted by some of the leading environmental agencies.

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.

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...