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

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Milking the Climate

February 5, 2013

Created for the Science Media Centre to coincide with the launch of the revised New Zealand emissions trading scheme (ETS) which came in to effect July 2010. New Zealand emissions have grown by over 20% above 1990 levels. The ETS is a first attempt to price carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions, in a […]

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2008 Global Temperature Change

January 29, 2013

The map above shows global temperature anomalies in 2008 compared to the 1950-1980 baseline period. Below-average temperatures are shown in blue, average temperatures are white, and above-average temperatures are red. (Gray indicates no data.) Most of the world was either near normal or warmer than normal. Eastern Europe, Russia, the Arctic, and the Antarctic Peninsula […]

Mitigating Climate Change

Mitigating Climate Change

December 5, 2012

Agriculture’s role in mitigating climate change is often underestimated. Agriculture and forestry could actually be a key to reducing greenhouse gases by up to a third. Also crucial are the major synergies between mitigation, adaptation, food security, environmental sustainability and rural social and economic development. Source

The Fight Against Climate Change

The Fight Against Climate Change

November 2, 2012

Eleven of the world’s 15 biggest cities are along the coast. Although there are perks to living by the ocean, some of the globe’s major metropolis’s are at risk because of of rising sea level. This infographic looks at the fight against climate change. Source

Fighting Climate Change

Fighting Climate Change

October 8, 2012

In this infographic, provides awareness on the more important indicators of climate changing. This shows the degree of worsening or improvement of each indicator. Source

ECO-LOVE

ECO-LOVE

September 5, 2012

This handy Green Guide to Dating and Love is full of do’s, don’ts and creative ideas for finding and keeping your green love. Source

Five Things that We Could do to Save the Earth

Five Things that We Could do to Save the Earth

August 20, 2012

These are the 4 types of graphic drawn to represent the article on climate changes. It is shown in a very concise way and it is easy to lay the eye upon. Source

Climate Engineering

Climate Engineering

July 11, 2012

Infographic originally done for Reader’s Digest magazine on possible engineering solutions for combating climate change. Source

Forget Superheroes

Forget Superheroes

July 8, 2012

Each year, thousands of businesses and cities report their climate change information through the Carbon Disclosure Project. This data is free to browse at www.cdproject.net. Or tweet us @CDProject Source

Effect of Climate Change

Effect of Climate Change

July 6, 2012

Climate Change is the among the most important global environment concerns. This infographic portrays the effect of climate change are more damaging and expensive than the world believe. Source

Rice

Rice

June 23, 2012

Rice production is vulnerable to weather shocks and climate change. Droughts, floods, higher temperatures and rising sea levels can all have a massive effect on rice production. But how many people around the world rely on rice as a staple crop? What kind of rice can survive under water and for how long?