Category: Environmental Infographics
This infographic discusses the importance and history of sustainability as the world’s population continues to increase. From England’s Industrial Revolution spurring on philosophers such as Adam Smith, David Hume and John Stuart Mill to speak out against environmental damage to government initiatives, the dire need to protect our environment became more apparent as time went on.
Here is an interesting infographic from a UK based online metal store Buy Metal Online about the future of rare earth elements (REE). The infographic has a number of sections including what are rare earth elements, what do we use them for, what’s the main problem and more.
The impacts of climate change may be irreversible at this point. Learn more the global impacts and irreversible changes in climate from this infographic that has been put together by The World Bank.
In the days leading up to Christmas, 1 Million Women will offer an alternative to what has turned into a hugely consumerist holiday. They will show you a path on which you can ignore the external pressures telling you that ‘the more you buy the happier you will make your loved ones’, and help you to cut the wasteful side out of your holidays. This infographic shows you why.
Energy efficiency is a key tool to fight against climate change as it can reduce greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels. Something is more energy efficient if it delivers more services for the same energy input, or the same services for less energy input. Energy efficiency can also provide massive savings for individuals, households, businesses and the world economy. This infographic looks at energy efficiency in buildings.
Have you ever considered what happens to your old mobile phone when your contact ends and you upgrade to a new phone? Many people do not give this a second thought, however mobile phone recycling is becoming an issue that just cannot be ignored. The raw materials, minerals and resources that are consumed in order to meet the ever growing demand for the latest devices simply doesn’t equate to their relatively short life span.
How realistic is a 100% solar future? According to recent estimates, all known fossil fuel resources could be totally spent within the next 100 years. However, studies also suggest that if we stray away from destructive energy sources, there is a large possibility of achieving a 100% solar world. This infographic from QuickQuid looks at this in more detail.
Don’t risk the health of your family by using repellents that can be harmful for them. Find out green ways to keep pests out of your home. Get some great and innovative advices in this helpful infographic.
Winter storms are coming, and they are getting worse by the year. How do you prepare for them when at home or in your car? What should you do in an emergency? Here are several tips and checklists, put together by Disaster.com, to help you make it safely through the upcoming Winter.
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.