Obama vs. Perry on Energy

Obama vs. Perry on Energy

March 28, 2013

As the race for 2012 heats up, so does the debate over energy in America. So how do the right and left stack up? We take a look at Gov. Rick Perry and President Barack Obama’s stances on several energy issues. Source

The Oil Age

The Oil Age

March 22, 2013

This Infographic’s main chart features a year-by-year rendering of worldwide oil production from 1859 to 2050 with projections of future production. 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

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

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

Overfishing: One Minute Crash Course

Overfishing: One Minute Crash Course

March 9, 2013

Overfishing is defined as fishing more than the natural system can produce. This infographic explains why overfishing happens and how and if it can be stopped. Source

The Internet and the Environment

The Internet and the Environment

March 8, 2013

Of all the things we claim to be hurting our planet, from cars, to landfills, to pesticides, do we ever include the Internet on this list? The Internet does consume a certain amount of energy and emits hazardous CO2 gasses into our atmosphere. How much is it hurting us? Find out here. Source

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How Much Do We Really Recycle?

March 3, 2013

Most of us try and recycle, but how much refuse actually gets into the recycling bin? Find out how much Europeans are recycling and how much is still being carted off to the dump. Source

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The Ecological and Health Consequences of Oil Spill

February 26, 2013

The health consequences of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico could be really serious such as cancer, respiratory diseases and hormonal disruptions Source

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Tapping the Sun’s Potential

February 24, 2013

A deep look into how solar panels work. Source

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Death Becomes the Phone Book

February 22, 2013

If the past year proved anything, it was that people don’t use or want the printed white pages, making the case for opt-in legislation even stronger. Ban the Phonebook once and for all! Source

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Mechanical Monstrosities Of Fossil Fuel Extraction

February 20, 2013

Fossil fuels are big business and according to this infographic, the machines that are responsible for extracting resources from the Earth are some of the most powerful “creatures” in the world. These six immense machines are capable of incredible amounts of work as well as incredible amounts of pollution.