Chances are you aren’t recycling everything that you could, and you may even be putting things you shouldn’t into the recycling bin. Learn more about the rules for proper recycling within this infographic from La Fleur De Merde.
In this piece, Grey Haze takes a look at just how much damage smoking does on the environment and highlights some off the shocking statistics surrounding recklessly discarded cigarette butts too.
Did you know that healthcare facilities use 9% of all commercial energy consumption in the U.S. and the energy use intensity (Btu/sq. ft./year) of inpatient healthcare facilities is second only to fast food establishments? Check out the following infographic by the team at Computrols for more statistics regarding energy usage in healthcare facilities and the adoption rate of various energy-saving technologies and strategies.
Build healthy hydration habits, save money, and reduce waste with a simple change to the way you drink water. This infographic, compiled by the drinking water experts at HydrationAnywhere.com, provides ten simple reasons for switching to reusable water bottles and never bothering with a disposable drink container again and will help you to find the best water bottle for yourself.
This ultimate fall leaf identification guide by MJJSales.com has leaves from 50+ of the most trees from North America, with tips on how to tell them apart from one another. When you’re done, you’ll be able to wow even the most practiced botanist or dendrologist. Impress your friends during autumn while you figure out which is which (and then make like a tree and leave).
This infographic from Cabelas.com shows three different styles of camping that any outdoorsman or woman can enjoy. Whether it’s traditional camping, beach camping or backpacking, you’ll learn which gear to take along for the journey.
This infographic courtesy of Black Note is about how vaping reduces the risk associated with your nicotine addiction, switching to vaping will also almost certainly reduce the damage you’re doing to the environment too.
From the Grand Canyon to the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland, the movement of water over time has crafted some of the world’s most striking landscapes and spaces. However, climate change and the warming planet has the potential to alter some of these naturally formed landmarks forever. To help shed some light on this, High Tide Technologies visualized the top 15 travel destinations that were shaped by water.
Looking after the environment has become a priority of many hospitals. Innovative buildings designed for healthcare are now also choosing to care about the surroundings as well as their patients. It’s not only good for the earth, but provides a more holistic approach to a patient’s health. Futuristic, state of the art facilities, are winning awards and making their mark on the architectural world.
Global bee populations have been plummeting for some time, and it’s no exaggeration to say that if it carries on the way it’s going, both bees and humans could be in a spot of trouble. There are various reasons why bee populations are falling, such as habitat destruction and disease, but one of the biggest causes is a pesticide known as Neonics. This infographic delves deeper into what these Neonics are, how they’re used.