Environmental Impact of Burial Funerals

This infographic lays out many of the environmentally harmful factors associated with burial funerals that the average person does not see. The consequences for our planet that stem from the funeral industry are not immediately apparent, however, the more people that are aware of these factors, the more that can be done to reduce them.

The Dirtiest Cities in the United States

What are the dirtiest cities in America? This infographic by bbcleaningservice.com combines data from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the American Housing Survey, and the U.S. Census Bureau to create a metric used to determine which metropolitan areas are the dirtiest.

Are We in the Middle of an Oil Crisis?

The following infographic depicts the current state of oil in the world. We’re using a lot of it for many different things, and we can’t keep it up for much longer. This trend has moved many experts to say that we are in the midst of an oil crisis, one that we may not be able to recover from. Here are some of the ways the United States contributes to this downward spiral.

ICU Wasting Energy, Hospitals!

Did you know that healthcare facilities use 9% of all commercial energy consumption in the U.S. and the energy use intensity (Btu/sq. ft./year) of inpatient healthcare facilities is second only to fast food establishments? Check out the following infographic by the team at Computrols for more statistics regarding energy usage in healthcare facilities and the adoption rate of various energy-saving technologies and strategies.

Top Ten Reasons You Need A Reusable Water Bottle

Build healthy hydration habits, save money, and reduce waste with a simple change to the way you drink water. This infographic, compiled by the drinking water experts at HydrationAnywhere.com, provides ten simple reasons for switching to reusable water bottles and never bothering with a disposable drink container again and will help you to find the best water bottle for yourself.

Fall Leaf Identification Guide

This ultimate fall leaf identification guide has leaves from 50+ of the most trees from North America, with tips on how to tell them apart from one another. When you’re done, you’ll be able to wow even the most practiced botanist or dendrologist. Impress your friends during autumn while you figure out which is which (and then make like a tree and leave).