Environmental Infographics

What Is Global Forest Watch and How Do You Use It?

What Is Global Forest Watch and How Do You Use It?

You don’t necessarily have to be a “tree hugger” to care about trees. The health of our trees and forests is a great indicator of the overall health of Earth, its atmosphere, and its biosphere. And seeing that Earth is currently the only planet we have to inhabit, it makes sense for us to all take a greater interest in the things that make for a healthier planet…including its trees and forests.

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The Greenest Cities in the United States

The Greenest Cities in the United States

Many cities are adopting greener, more sustainable practices in order to preserve the planet for future generations. From providing reliable public transportation to producing sources of renewable energy, reducing our carbon footprint is a monumental task that must be done. Which cities in the United States are doing the best job at becoming greener?

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Could We Halt Climate Change by Switching to a Bug-Based Diet?

Could We Halt Climate Change by Switching to a Bug-Based Diet?

The world is struggling and if we don’t find creative ways to make a real difference and halt climate change, the Earth is going to continue to suffer. This infographic explores whether switching to a bug-based diet could halt climate change, through exploring relevant environmental, cultural and agricultural statistics.

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Top 10 Strongest Metals on Earth

Top 10 Strongest Metals on Earth

Metal is defined by several properties including tensile strength, compressive strength, yield strength, and impact strength. In the following infographic, Viking Steel Structures provides in-depth information about the properties, uses, and interesting facts about the top 10 strongest metals on earth.

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6 Ways To Conserve Water

6 Ways To Conserve Water

Water conservation is a hot topic for a few different reasons which are mainly environmental and financial. While water conservation can be a national issue, there are small ways that you can make a difference on the local level. By making small changes to conserve water in your home, you can help reduce water usage which also saving money on your water bill.

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World Cities Ranked by Average Annual Sunshine Hours

World Cities Ranked by Average Annual Sunshine Hours

Did you know that Yuma, Arizona is the sunniest place on earth with an average of 4,015.3 hours of sunshine each year? Or that the least sunny place is Totoró, Colombia? This infographic visualizes sunshine duration hours around the world. Sunshine duration measures the total number of sunshine hours annually, which gives a general impression of how cloudy a city is.

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The Last Straw

The Last Straw

The problem with plastic straws is that we use them once and then throw them away. While they are convenient to help us drink down our juices and sodas, they can and often do end into our oceans after we discard them. And because in many ways they are the ultimate in single-use plastic, this is one throwaway item that we could absolutely do without, or replace with reusable straws instead or their paper counterparts.

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Eliminate Your Paper Waste

Eliminate Your Paper Waste

How can eliminating paper waste can save your company? In the following infographic, courtesy of Jobsite By Procore, learn about the real cost of paper and how you can eliminate the paper weight from your business. 

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The Tallest Trees in the World

The Tallest Trees in the World

For those of us who love the woods, trees are a constant source of wonder. Towering forest giants can make you feel tiny wherever you are, but some dwarf the rest. In the following infographic, Candide looks at the tallest trees in the world, comparing them to the Space Shuttle and Big Ben.

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