The Afterlife of a Cell Phone

February 1, 2014

Where do cell phones go when they die? And what’s in them? For data on cell phone recycling and waste along with stats of cell phone usage, read on. Source


China’s Auto Demand

April 23, 2013

The demand for cars in China has steadily been on the rise since 1980 and it will continue to rise through 2020. This infographic looks at the numbers and predicts the growth in the next decade. Read on for more information on China’s auto demand. Source

Putting a Price Tag on Pollution

Putting a Price Tag on Pollution

March 13, 2013

Clean energy is all the rage, but the stuff ain’t cheap. This infographic shows the investment disparity between countries leading the charge with their investments like the UK and China and countries that are falling way behind like South Korea and Australia. As country economies become more and more global it seems evident that those […]


Community, Complex, Communication, Cooperation

March 5, 2013

Another very cool graphic poster. Does a pretty good job of managing complex relationships and connections visually. It’s also not half bad to look at. Source


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


The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

February 9, 2013

Somewhere in the pacific ocean is a floating mass of sinister proportions. Stuck in the North Pacific Gyre and trapped by currents, it remains there. The great pacific garbage patch is about 1,760,000 square kilometers of marine debris. Mainly consisting of plastic, it is almost three times the size of Spain and Portugal combined. Find […]


The Big Food Wasters

January 30, 2013

The amount of food that is wasted in the United States and Europe each year alone could feed the entire world three times over. Its statistics like this that make you think twice before you throw away food or buy too much that you know you can’t eat before it spoils. Another crazy statistic: More […]


Planes or Volcanoes?

January 29, 2013

Are planes or volcanoes to blame for our problems? Which one is emitting more CO2 daily? Sometimes, the easiest way to find out is to visualize the numbers — and compare.



January 10, 2013

This infographic shows how using the Soda Stream system can reduce plastic and aluminum waste. It provides statistical data for how much waste can be avoided yearly if the SodaStream system was used. Source


Feeling the Heat

December 30, 2012

Our addiction to fossil fuels is causing dramatic changes to our planet. We need to reduce CO2 emissions to 20% their current rate by 2050. Find out why. Source



December 25, 2012

This infographic by Sinostand shows the condition of China both economically and politically. On seeing you might think that is the country really on the verge of an economic or political breakdown. Source


Santa’s Carbon Footprint

November 18, 2012

Santa may be jolly, but he is certainly not green. Over his 122-million-mile trip around the world, Santa will release 69.7 million metric tons of carbon emissions. We take a look at where these emissions are coming from and what can be done to make this Christmas joyful for children and the environment. Source