Where floods hit Pakistan

Where floods hit Pakistan

December 8, 2012

Flood levels along Pakistan’s swollen Indus River are expected to surge higher, with more rain forecast for the region. The worst flooding in 80 years has affected 14 million people and killed 1,600. Source

CO2 World

CO2 World

October 6, 2012

GOOD Magazine has partnered with Starbucks to launch an atmospheric CO2 infographic factsheet. While it would be interesting for GOOD to also show Starbucks’ footprint along side of this factsheet, it serves as an interesting call to action to the 350 parts per million idea – which is more of a proactive goal that the […]

Natural Disasters with The Worst Economic Impact

Natural Disasters with The Worst Economic Impact

August 29, 2012

Natural disasters often strike without warning, causing death and destruction which usually results in significant financial devastation as well. While the total economic impact of the 2010 Haiti earthquake is not yet known, the cost is expected to be in the billions. This infographic presents the most costly natural disasters in history. Source

Pakistan Flooding 2010

Pakistan Flooding 2010

June 28, 2012

Flooding began in Pakistan in July 2010 caused by monsoon rains affecting the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, Punjab as well as parts of Baluchistan. It is thought that at least 2000 people have been killed and over 20 million are now destitute and suffering. Source

When Sea Levels Attack!

When Sea Levels Attack!

May 21, 2012

Few can doubt that global warming continues to have an impact on the world. However, the reality of rising sea levels due to climate change can be a terrifying one. The great and majestic city of Venice is already under water. Can you picture the same scenery for other major cities such as Los Angeles, […]