Environmental Infographics

Why the World is Running Out of Sand

Why the World is Running Out of Sand

After water, sand is the second most extracted resource on Earth. However, despite what one might think, it’s not an infinite resource and there’s too much at stake to overlook this crisis. In this infographic, learn why the world is running out of sand and what we can do about it.

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How Climate Change Impacts Nutrition

How Climate Change Impacts Nutrition

After years of decline, global undernourishment has risen two years in a row, affecting 821 million people in 2017. Climate change may impact your food security sooner than you think. Learn more about climate change and nutrition within this infographic from Supplement Timing.

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The Problem of Plastic Pollution

The Problem of Plastic Pollution

Plastic pollution is a big problem – for animals, for the environment, for the economy. In order to fight the damage that plastic does to our world, we need to work together to make our surroundings cleaner. For example, during the Red Funnel annual beach clean, volunteers work together to remove as much plastic and litter as possible from the spectacular coastline and river estuaries of the Isle of Wight.

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Top Five Strongest Metals and Their Properties

Top Five Strongest Metals and Their Properties

Metals are so strong due to the forces of attraction which hold metal ions together. Metallic bonds are the strongest type of atomic bonds. In this infographic, Carport Central has compiled a list of five of the strongest metals in the world.

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Lifespan of Plastics vs Animals

Lifespan of Plastics vs Animals

Plastics have made our lives easier and are important to keeping many materials cheap, flexible, durable, and transparent. However, there’s a dark side to plastics: how do we properly dispose of them to avoid the plastic pollution that is taking over the oceans around the world and poses a risk to public health? This infographic sheds light on how long it takes to break down various plastics by comparing it to the lifespans of different animals.

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How to Prepare for Natural Disasters

How to Prepare for Natural Disasters

Natural disasters are part of living on an active planet like ours. Since the start of the 20th century, these disasters have cost more than $7 trillion dollars and claimed more than 8 million lives. It can be hard to predict when and where these disasters will occur,...

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101 Space Facts For Smart Kids

101 Space Facts For Smart Kids

We are off to space! Take your mind on a mission of discovery through our solar system, to the furthest reaches of the Milky Way with these out of this world facts about space for kids, all compiled into an infographic courtesy of Latitude Group Travel.

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How Climate Change Affects Public Health

How Climate Change Affects Public Health

Climate change is an issue that not only concerns a large segment of the population but is one that also impacts the health and well-being of people around the world. In this infographic by University of Southern California Master of Public Health Online, discover how climate change affects public health.

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The Deadliest Known Natural Disasters by Type

The Deadliest Known Natural Disasters by Type

With climate change being a hot topic in this day and age, humans more than ever are wary and alarmed by the unrelenting power of nature. This infographic visualizes the most devastating natural disasters in known history, based on death toll. It also provides insights into contributing factors, intensity, property damage, science, and more.

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5 Ways US Cities Can Conserve Water

5 Ways US Cities Can Conserve Water

Water shortages have become a big issue in the last few years. With Cape Town, South Africa earning the unfortunate title of becoming the first modern city to nearly run out of water, there’s a growing awareness among policy makers and the public that this is an issue that can no longer be ignored. With that in mind, Echologics has created an infographic to spread this very message: that there are things we can do to reduce water usage.

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