Gemstones are found in countries all around the globe, although some parts of the world are much more abundant in these precious stones than others. Which countries have become the biggest sources of gemstones and diamonds? To answer this, the team at BriteCo created a world map that highlights the top-producing country for more than 30 different gemstones.
Today’s fashion industry is synonymous with overconsumption, overproduction and widespread pollution. How bad is it right now? This infographic illustrates the environmental impact of the apparel industry, showcasing the statistics during the recent years.
Precious metals such as gold, silver, platinum, and palladium are essential for many other industries beyond just jewelry and ornamentation. They are used in dentistry, aerospace, surgery, manufacturing, electronics, automobiles, and many more areas. This infographic explores the countries that produce the most gold, silver, platinum, and palladium.
While concerns about indoor air quality may seem like a product of the modern world, the history of indoor air pollution dates back to ancient times. In this infographic, explore how our understanding and management of indoor air quality has evolved over thousands of years.
There are farms, forests, and rural properties all over the world. But have you ever thought about who owns the most land in the world? Some properties are owned by major organizations, while others are owned by private landowners. The researchers at Madison Trust looked at land ownership data to determine who owns the most land in the world.
Urban parks are deeply enriching for the happiness and health of the community while also conserving precious natural resources. This infographic explores the 25 biggest city parks in the world, including the magnificent half a million acre Chugach State Park in Anchorage, Alaska.
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.
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.
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.
Diamonds are one of the most cherished and popular jewels in the world. In this infographic from Valentina Fine Diamonds, let’s examine their uniqueness and establish where they originate.