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.
From recycling paper to offices using wind power, our workplaces are adopting more green technologies every day. Best Accounting Degrees has created an infographic entitled “Green Zone”, detailing how companies around the nation are starting to put green technology into place in the workplace, and just what a booming industry it is.
We continue wasting all the non-renewable resources that Earth offers us, all without thinking about massive alternatives. But now it’s time to think and make the math. Quid Corner looks at the cost of going green globally.
Have you ever heard of “zero waste” packaging? Learn what it means to be “zero waste” & discover its many benefits to the environment in this infographic created by the folks at Be Green Packaging Store.
Following the introduction of the Green Deal, many people are looking to modify their homes. Being green not only helps the environment but can save you money as well. This infographic from MoneySupermarket Loans looks at the green changes you could make to your home.
Want to do your part to help save the environment? Change the way you commute and you could make a huge difference! Check out the infographic below presented by CheapCarInsurance.net to learn about the greenest ways to get around.
With a growing awareness of the myriad of threats now facing modern society, an increasing emphasis is being placed on policies of sustainability, environmental protection, and green living. This battle is primarily fought in the world’s major cities; large urban centers such as these are responsible for the largest part of the pollution problem and therefore also have the power to make an enormous difference. This infographic from HouseTrip looks at what six of the world’s largest cities are doing in the name of going green.
Running a small business is difficult at the best of times and in a climate of an unstable economy, increasing supplier costs and an unpredictable energy market, prioritizing is vital to survival and success. It is with this in mind that business owners let issues such as running a more eco-friendly, or “green business” to one side, concentrating on the day to day issues any SME faces, rather than the short-term cost, long term gain that many green initiatives can produce.
Green building is smart building. Aside from their obvious benefit to the environment, green buildings deliver financial savings, are more comfortable, healthier, return higher productivity rates and have higher resale values. See this infographic by Green Building Canada for a quick look at why building green makes so much sense.
It’s no secret that construction projects produce a lot of waste. If your firm practices smart waste management, you can recycle asphalt, concrete, plastics, glass, and much more. This infographic from Rent Dumpsters has more information about recycling and its benefits.
Manufacturers are becoming increasingly greener as they know the competition is on. In order to survive in the green environmental industry, they need to meet the demands of the world, keeping up with the competition and giving themselves a better branding. The following infographic from Distinctive Doors examines green manufacturing practices over time.
As the centers of research and thought in the country, universities are taking charge and standing as examples of how to conserve resources. The following infographic by Master of Education takes a look at the sustainable practices of some of these standout institutions.
Reliance on fossil fuels has been a concern to government and the public for decades. Many want to abolish their use because of pollution, global warming and sustainability projections. Some deny the need for clean energy and reject projections as misinformation. What side is right? In the infographic below by Best MPH Programs let’s take a look at the hard facts about energy production.
Oil keeps our cars, factories, and machines running smoothly. But, once oil is used, it must be discarded properly to keep it from contaminating the environment. Oil does not wear out… it just gets dirty—so recycling it saves a valuable resource.