The Highest Point of Every Country in the World

The Earth is a marvelous, bountiful, diverse, dangerous, and awe-inspiring space. From mammoth mountains to surreal ocean depths, there are wonders of every kind across the globe. This infographic explores the highest peaks in every country worldwide, from the sky-piercing 29,029 foot Mount Everest to the 17 foot Mount Villingili in Maldives.

Which States Are the Best (or the Worst) at Recycling?

Each U.S. state has its own set of rules and regulations when it comes to recycling, with some states taking the task of reducing their carbon footprint far more seriously than others. The BottleStore team set out to find which U.S. states are at the top of their game and which ones need some serious improvement when it comes to recycling and reducing waste.

The 25 Most Visited Places in the National Park System

In the United States, we are blessed with an extensive system of protected parks, historical landmarks, and cultural areas. The diverse majesty of America is preserved by the National Park Service, which was established on Aug. 25, 1916. Here is a visual chart to celebrate the most visited national parks in the U.S.

The 50 Schools in America With the Most Toxic Air

Which public schools in America were found to have the most toxic air flowing through their hallways? The following visual maps out the schools across the U.S. that were found to have the highest toxic hazard concentrations. You may be surprised by the high levels of toxic air in some of our public schools.

30 Solar Energy Facts That Prove Solar Power is the Way

There are many benefits to solar energy, and today, the solar energy industry is more powerful than ever. Over the past several decades, there has been much debate and development within the industry, but there are also many solar energy facts that may surprise you. In the following infographic, discover 30 solar energy facts that prove solar power is the way.

Types of Energy Ranked by Cost Per Megawatt Hour

As prices continuously rise and the planet edges closer to the brink of calamity, many people are wondering what the cheapest energy for the home is. The share of renewables in global energy generation reached nearly 28% in 2020 and is projected to approach 49% by 2050, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Fortunately, the cost of renewable energy has been steadily declining.

7 Sustainable Ideas for Eco-Entrepreneurs to Know About

In the past, people used to be proud of their individual contributions and what they could offer society. They wanted to make a difference in whatever way they could. These days, however, there isn’t always an opportunity for each person to do something significant as a lot of people feel like they’re just along for the ride.