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Reportedly 1 death per 8 seconds is attributed to indoor air pollution due to primitive cooking and heating methods mostly found in developing countries and poorest populations. People from Airfilters.com aim to rise awareness about this situation that affects almost 50% of the global population with this highly creative motion and static infographic .
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Oceans cover 71% percent of our planet. Don’t you think we should show some respect?
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The eternal dispute between good and dangerous science. Here you can learn about the 5 danger levels as well as the top 12 threatening scientific experiments.
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Practically plastic is found anywhere on our planet. But plastic bags are an underhand threat that is gradually suffocating our world until the final kill. The facts presented here are speaking for themeselves.
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Oceans’ chemistry subjects to continuous change due to carbon pollution and scientists are alerting for mass extinction of sealife by 1/3 till 2100. Read the facts.
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Brief alert report for environmental awareness against the excessive use of plastic and adoption of safe plastic waste management.
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Year 2009 was the first one with decreased Carbon emissions by 0.3% since 1998. But this is just a drob in the ocean. See which countries are the green leaders showing their enviromental responsibility in action.
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Hold your breath till you’re through with this. A classification of the twenty most polluting and health threatening states in America according to NRDC.
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The entire food web is contaminated by trash and our garbage that goes in the ocean is also ending up in our diet. Dissapointing but true. See how the circuit works.
visualized by: Jeremy Yingling
interesting facts about the air pollution in the US. Learn, protect and take action. Breath in – breath out!
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How many fancy t-shirts do you have? The environmental impact of just one t-shirt is considerable. Think when it comes to millions or billions. Textile recycling can be a solution.