Environmental Infographics

The Deadliest U.S. Hurricanes

Hurricanes kill an average of 17 people in the United States every year. But some storms claim much higher death tolls than others. What are the chances that you will sustain a personal injury or worse during a hurricane? Learn more with the following infographic by Total Injury.

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Buzzing Off: How Dying Bees Affect You

Since the mid 2000s, honey bees have been mysteriously disappearing all throughout the world, leaving the future of much of the world’s food supply in question. The decline of bees could have an enormous impact on the environment, which is dependent on the insects for pollination.

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The Potential of the Bakken Region

North Dakota’s Bakken Shale is providing a wealth of new oil production to the U.S., along with bountiful economic activity. The Bakken could be producing as much as a million barrels per day by 2020, and extraction of this oil is benefiting the region and the country through the creation of thousands of jobs and the generation of substantial revenues from taxes and royalties.

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Solar System – The Sun and 8 Planets

Our solar system is located within the Milky Way – the galaxy that contains more than 200 billion stars. The Sun and 8 planets of the solar system were formed about 4.6 billion years ago. This infographic shows whole solar system as well as planets’ physical characteristics and their position inside the system. Additionally it contains some interesting “Did you know” facts.

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Fossil Fuels, Alternatives, and Politics in 2012

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.

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Green Energy and Politics in 2012

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?

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Obama’s Green Initiatives & Regulations

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.

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Is It Green To Be Green?

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.

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Keeping a Green Apple: Recycling iPhones

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.

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Infrastructure Impacts of Summer

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.

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