Today, many businesses, organizations and even individuals know their carbon footprint just as well as they know their shoe size. Being green, sustainable and eco-conscious is becoming a requirement. But how green are the main green energy alternatives?
The Obama administration has invested over $90 billion in clean energy and is on a path to double renewable energy 2008 levels by the end of 2012. The following infographic from Ambient Bamboo Floors highlights some of the country’s newest green laws and how they can affect you.
Going green can be pretty pricey, or so I’ve heard. This infographic compares a green lifestyle to a typical lifestyle. Check it out below to see if going green can really save you some green.
The infographic by Cash For iPhones illustrates how millions of iPhones can inflict grave consequences to the environment and provides some suggestions on how to embrace the ‘Green Apple’ approach not only on iPhones but across all similar types of devices.
For many, summer is their favorite season. It’s warm out, the pool is open, and there are plenty of outdoor activities to participate in. However, how does the boiling hot summer affect a cities infrastructure? Check out this infographic presented by ClickSoftware field service management software to learn the impact of summer on infrastructure.
Being on the cutting edge of the trade show exhibit industry with their eco-friendly green displays, Smash Hit Displays wanted to do some research on the amount of waste that is produced in the trade show display industry and to provide ways to decrease the environmental impact.
This infographic from Ink Technologies exhibits how printer toner recycling (or our lack thereof) is still a major problem. With more than half a billion toner cartridges estimated to show up in landfill sites this year, please do your part by recycling your printer toner and spreading the word.
Rare Earth Metals are a geopolitical issue, which causes issues not only for companies, but also entire countries. Rare Earth metals get mostly harvested in China, which controls more than 90% of the market. Japan, Europe and the US have a high demand in these metals for their car, cell phone production.
This “The Green Warehouse Effect” infographic showcases ways to improve sustainability in a warehouse and provides details on ways warehouses can update their building to lower energy costs, and become more sustainable. This infographic includes statistics about energy use in warehouses, and simple ways to recycle, reuse, and reduce.
The following infographic from Arte Ideas takes a look at how plastic bags are harming the environment and how we can reduce their usage across the globe to both save marine life, reduce fossil fuel usage and save land fill space.
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