Well, since we see you love infographics we thought we’d give you another one to ponder. It’s easy to take our access to safe water for granted, but with the recent crisis in Flint, Michigan more people are becoming aware of how important it is for us to make safe drinking water a priority. Hopefully this information puts our water situation into perspective. We have a massive amount of water on Earth but only a tiny fraction of it is water we can use to survive. Becoming informed is the first step to ensuring we have all the water we need long into the future.
All over the world, people are looking for ways to harness natural energy in their everyday lives. From electricity to hot water, solar energy is without doubt the most popular altenative power source known to men.
Solar thermal kits help harness solar power and bring hot water to your household, without stretching your budget! Find out how these work from this amazing infographic:
When preparing your home for heavy rains, don’t forget to as well include your pond and fish. Check out this infographic for pond care tips before and after storms.
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“We live in the world that is full of little known facts. But that doesn’t mean you can’t do something of importance. Everyone is needed to make change a reality.”
Know the hard cold facts of the Industry of Cell Phone Recyling and see your mobile phones in a new light. Contribute to change and help preserve our mother nature, our planet.
We all need it.
You may not be aware that there are options for the environmentally focused business when choosing paper stock for printing. Recycled paper is often the natural first choice but there are new paper sources that present substantial benefits too. The Forest Stewardship Council has been working to provide an ethical and sustainable option for virgin paper. We all need to keep waste paper from the landfill so recycled paper will always have a place in our lives, but can FSC paper provide a viable alternative that fits with eco business objectives?
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Our products are created as works of art, yet, we engineer them to be functional and ergonomic for all guests. Every piece we produce for our clients is truly one of a kind, is crafted to embrace the beauty of nature, and is built to last generations. We may start with rustic salvaged wood but the finished product is refined functional art.
Australia is one of the largest island and eminent place for the most beautiful beaches in the world. In today’s digital era, people are habituated of sharing their favorite travel places and Photos on social networks, along with their reviews. Matissebeachclub.com.au presenting an awesome Infographic that depicts number of #hastags received by the most popular places in Australia on Instagram, followed by the most visited regions in Australia and The Top beach spots, the data shows the popular.
If you have deep connection to nature, search a name for your baby that is inspired by nature. Motherszone gives a list of Nature Inspired Baby Names; pick anyone name from the list for your baby girl or boy.
Most of us now rely on our smartphones to make every day a little bit easier, so you’d probably feel lost without yours. This infographic gathers together all the info you need to know on the many dangers of fake mobile phone chargers and how to avoid putting your treasured phone at risk by buying a cheap charger built with substandard components.
Source: Dont kill your phone infographic from Electrical Safety First.
There are many differences between white roofs and black roofs that one should look at before deciding which one might be right for their building or house. The following infographic outlines a few of these differences that should help in making that decision.
The explosive growth of international trade has turned water into a traded commodity. Research into the water footprint of goods has revealed the true extent of the situation.
It takes 650 litres of water to produce 1 pound (500g) of wheat, 2500 litres of water to produce enough meat for a burger and a staggering 4650 litres to produce a 300g beef steak.
Countries who export substantial volumes of crop and animal products are now experiencing water shortages; India, the USA and Australia being three major examples where water shortages have led to wide-scale conservation efforts.
Analytical Technology Inc, UK created an infographic below which highlights the globalization of virtual water flows and breaks down the activities of the top 5 net importers and exporters of virtual water.