There are a number of ways to help our environment almost effortlessly and without spending a single dollar. Some principles of a sustainable lifestyle are pretty straightforward and easy to put into practice. The following infographic sheds some light on “going green.”
As both an essential resource as well as a finite one in our world, oil is often at the root of many conflicts. This infographic, published by Fuel Freedom, shows you where the United States gets its oil and why gasoline is at the high cost that it is currently.
Did you know that one living reef shark in Palau is worth $1.9 million each year, but one sold at market is worth just $108, once? That’s part of the simple math lesson of this infographic about the critical role of sharks to our marine environment, which paints—by numbers—why it’s important to save sharks and promote global shark conservation
Things are always in motion on Earth. Life is never static as we are constantly inhaling and exhaling, producing and consuming, enjoying and reflecting, and birthing and dying. This infographic, published by our friends at Best of the Web, reveals some interesting occurrences in a day on the Earth and how what happens impacts every single one of its inhabitants.
With the growing concern of expendable resources, interest in recycling equipment is at an all-time high. This infographic, from CP Manufacturing tells a great story of recycling, beginning with countries with the best recycling rates. Explore the top 10 greenest US & Canadian cities and other eye opening facts.
Barry Cornwall once said, “The sea! the sea! the open sea! The blue, the fresh, the ever free! Without a mark, without a bound, It runneth the earth’s wide regions round; It plays with the clouds; it mocks the skies; Or like a cradled creature lies.” Today our oceans face so many threats, that their future is in question.
You’ve heard there’s a water crisis. But, what does that mean? After all, experts can say all they want, but when water flows in seemingly limitless quantities out of the tap and gets trucked to cities in bottles by the ton, it sure doesn’t seem like water is something we’re in danger of losing anytime soon. However, water quantity and quality should be a top issue for Americans.
Why is it that people are utterly obsessed with the end of the world? There are documented cases of people claiming to know the date the world would end, dating back to 992 A.D. Until it was proven by Christopher Columbus in 1492, many people refused to believe that Earth is round, yet they believed other humans could predict the date the world would end.
Car Insurance Comparison.org has put together this handy infographic that will help consumers better understand the various fuel and engine types available on the market today. Each has its own unique set of benefits but which is the best overall alternative?
Did you know that 1.3 billion tons of all edible food produced worldwide is wasted or lost each year? This infographic goes into the nature of the problem and gives some advice about what you can do about it.
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