Category: Environmental Infographics
For many, being vegetarian is a way of life. However, there is evidence to suggest that if everyone went vegetarian it would have huge environmental benefits. This infographic, put together by Arbtech, explores that.
Green Yorkshire Solar presents the following infographic on ‘Go Green with Photo-voltaic System’ which is created with the big idea of explaining the consumers the utility and usages of PV Systems, along with the economic and ecologic benefits.
Making your home energy efficient can really help the environment. But did you know it can also save you some money? Learn more from this infographic created by the folks at Shea Homes.
Gathering data from sources like the Environmental Protection Agency, the National Environmental Services Center, and Well Owner, this infographic serves to highlight how to maintain your private water well and how to keep the water safe for you and your family.
Throughout the United Kingdom there are a number of species that are endangered and in threat of dying out. This infographic from Arbtech lists just some of those species, why their population is falling and what we can do to help.
We hear a lot in the media in general and in society at large about the topic of climate change. It is something that appears to be getting more and more important and relevant as our weather becomes at times, quite extreme and erratic. Climate change is however a topic that we all do need to be aware of as it does affect us all no matter the location.
This infographic has been put together by National Pen UK and provides some simple eco-friendly practices you can bring into your office to make your office more eco-friendly.
When it comes to houses, smaller may be better. You can reduce your bills and your carbon footprint with compact living. Learn more about this subject in this infographic from Compact Appliance.
As the demand for energy is rising across the world, more and more countries are looking into renewable and clean energy sources, such as solar power. Actually, solar energy is the fastest growing segment in the green energy market in this country. For example, energy derived from the sun was the second-biggest source of new electricity generation capacity in 2013.
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.