Does Solar Really Work In My State?

Does Solar Really Work In My State?

March 21, 2013

A lot of people think you have to live in a sunny state like California in order for solar panels to work, but nothing could be further from the truth. Solar is starting to take off even in famously overcast places like Portland and Buffalo. Here we reveal why solar works in even the un-sunniest […]

The White Roof Project

The White Roof Project

March 20, 2013

Energy costs are through the roof (no pun intended) and people are looking into different ways to bring these costs down. One way is to paint your roof white, which helps curb climate changes. This infographic looks more closely at this strategy on saving on energy costs. Source

The Global Warming Skeptics Vs. The Scientific Consensus

The Global Warming Skeptics Vs. The Scientific Consensus

March 19, 2013

This infographic presents both sides of the Global Warming Argument: the skeptics and the scientific argument. It presents the argument of one side with the counter argument of the other. It also provides visual to further explain each side of the arguments and the counter arguments. Source

Evolution of CO2 Emissions

Evolution of CO2 Emissions

March 18, 2013

An iinfographic about the evolution of Carbon Dioxide in all countries and its total Carbon Dioxide Emission per country. Source

Energy Saving Window Treatments

Energy Saving Window Treatments

March 17, 2013

Save Energy and Dollars: Save up to upgrade blinds to be energy efficient for any season of the year. Learn some tips with this infographic presented by Blinds.com Source

The Cost and Effects of the Oil Spill

The Cost and Effects of the Oil Spill

March 16, 2013

This infographic provides information for the BP oil spill. It shows the environmental and economic damage the oil spill has caused in the U.S. Source

Grass: The 12 Most Common US Grasses

Grass: The 12 Most Common US Grasses

March 15, 2013

This infographic provides a visual for the 12 most common grass types in the United States. It goes on to show how much water each type needs, what temperatures they survive in, what is their growing rate, mowing height, and price per pound. Source

Costa Rica can not cope

Costa Rica can not cope

March 14, 2013

Costa Ricans need 141% of its territory to meet the demand of annual consumption. This figure represents the projection of demand and the distribution of consumption. Source

The Race Against Time

The Race Against Time

March 13, 2013

This visualization is originally designed as a wall clock. The black bar on the perimeter is an acurate visual representation of how much oil is available to drill according to the American Petroleum Institute. The underside of the circle represents a scaled time of how long it took nature to produce the world’s oil supplies. […]

Report on the BP Oil Spill

Report on the BP Oil Spill

March 12, 2013

This is a great infographic which covers the BP Oil Spill in depth. In order to understand the way that information and news about the Gulf Oil Spill flowed online, Social Sphere conducted as analysis of online coverage of the spill during the month of June 2010. In conducting this analysis over 240,000 news articles, […]

Traffic!

Traffic!

March 11, 2013

Getting stuck in traffic is one of the most frustrating things about driving a car. Sometimes traffic is moving so slowly that you want to scream or pull your hair out or both at the same time. It can make you late, give you back pains and cause headaches. This infographic looks at traffic and […]

Evolving Past the Plastic Bag

Evolving Past the Plastic Bag

March 10, 2013

The non-degradable plastic bag is a harmful addition to our society. Contrary to popular belief, there are other options that are far more sustainable and environmentally friendly. The reusable bag has been one of humankind’s oldest forms of art. So the real question is, how can we learn from history to better our future? Source