Shaped By Water

From the Grand Canyon to the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland, the movement of water over time has crafted some of the world’s most striking landscapes and spaces. However, climate change and the warming planet has the potential to alter some of these naturally formed landmarks forever. To help shed some light on this, High Tide Technologies visualized the top 15 travel destinations that were shaped by water.

Clean and Green Hospitals

Looking after the environment has become a priority of many hospitals. Innovative buildings designed for healthcare are now also choosing to care about the surroundings as well as their patients. It’s not only good for the earth, but provides a more holistic approach to a patient’s health. Futuristic, state of the art facilities, are winning awards and making their mark on the architectural world.

Neonics – How They’re Killing Our Bees

Global bee populations have been plummeting for some time, and it’s no exaggeration to say that if it carries on the way it’s going, both bees and humans could be in a spot of trouble. There are various reasons why bee populations are falling, such as habitat destruction and disease, but one of the biggest causes is a pesticide known as Neonics. This infographic delves deeper into what these Neonics are, how they’re used.

Saving The Planet One Mile At A Time

With the whole motoring world doing what it can nowadays to create brand new cars that have as close to zero carbon footprint as possible, the folks at Select Car Leasing have put together this infographic to guide people who own slightly older cars so they can also cut down their carbon footprint by doing a few simple things.

USA’s Greenest Hospital

The following infographic takes a look at some of the most environmentally friendly hospitals in the USA. These innovative hospitals are choosing to look after the environment as well as their patients. With modern, state of the art facilities, eco-friendly hospitals are winning awards for their efforts.

The Lifespan of Your Waste

Most of us don’t think twice when we throw out our waste. But what actually happens to it once it has hit the bottom of the bin and gets taken away. This infographic shows you what bits of trash actually get recycled, compared to how much could be recycled. Plus how long that process is and basically, how long that can of Coke is going to be lying around for.

5 Ways Sports Leagues Can Save The Planet

How are sports leagues helping save the planet? They are making their own campaign in order to educate the people, especially the youth, about the importance of the environment. They have started to cut off the use of fuels, started to conserve water, and help increase recycling rates by using products with higher recycled content.

What Can We Learn From the Flint Water Crisis?

When Flint’s administrators switched to a local water source in 2014, it was soon followed by complaints from residents who cited health concerns about this water and, a few months later, high levels of lead were discovered in children living in the city. The whole affair was a sorry tale of buck-passing from figures in political authority and a flagrant disregard for the city’s residents.

Into The Depths – How Deep Do We Need To Go For Oil

In this infographic by Fuel Fighter, learn about the deepest on the planet – Z-44 Chayvo Well, and see comparisons that will demonstrate just how amazing this feat is. The infographic also explores the depth of this well in comparison to the earth’s core. And finally, it outlines just how much it costs to pull off the deepest ever oil extraction.