Clean Water Shortage

This infographic reports on some shocking facts about the shameful inequality to clean water access between developing and developed countries and the detrimental consequences for the people, local economies and nations.

What to Know about Hibernation

Did you know that bear’s heart beats 5 times a minute during hibernation period. Read on and you will more interesting facts about hibernation not only for animals but for humans as well.

Gardening is Good

You know that “green” is good. But how much good does green-making return? Benefits from gardening range from personal to communal.

From Vine to Wine

Discover the technologies that can save up natural resources like water and upgrade wine production to energy efficient process without losing a bit of taste and quality

Electricity and Magnetism Timeline

It all began with Thales, a Greek philosopher who discovered static electricity back in 600BC. Take a journey to the scientific endeavors and milestones of magnetism and electricity from ancient times till early 90s.

Electric Cars History

Who wouldn’t want to have an amazing electric car? They are truly amazing creations, but their history goes back more than a century, so prepare yourself for the ride of your life!

What to Know About Rainforests Oct08

What to Know About Rainforests

With amazing species and unbelievable fauna and flora, rainforests are a unique environment that you can know better with the help of this graphic.

Steel Recycling Stats

Did you know that steel is the most recycled material in the world? And further, recycling and reusing steel is remarkably cost effective, compared to other materials, due to its unique unwearable properties. Learn how the job is done and see some interesting statistics about steel.

What to Know About Trees Oct01

What to Know About Trees

Hoosier Home and Garden gave out this report to make known some basic facts about trees like how many tree varieties there are in the world or how much oxygen a mature tree provides.

Indoor Air Pollution Facts

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 .

North American Garbage

Get an idea of the trash volume produced in North America and why the adoption of sustainable, eco-friendly waste management methods are becoming a national priority.

Dog Bite Injuries

Don’t get intimidated by the numbers and facts reported here. Dogs bite when they feel threatened or if they are trained to do so. However, estimations are that about 4.7 million dog bite incidents happen in the US yearly with 800.000 of them requiring medical care.

Wind Power Maintenance Costs

As the wind power capacity is growing year by year, the emerging challenge for the wind industry is to minimize maintenance costs. Currently 75% of the maintenance cost comes from reactive maintenance and specialists denote that focusing on predictive maintenance by utilizing computerized maintenance management systems is the shortest path to cost reduction.

Virtual Water Tradin...

See how the shortage in water reserves for high volume production countries like India, USA and Australia has lead to virtual water trading in an effort to control scarcity and sustain supply.

Turning Fat to Energy

A quite keen infographic that examines the obesity situation in the US with a fresh look. Just think what would happen if obese and overweight Americans, who account for 70% of the general population, would turn their fat into electricity. That is FAT-tricity!

Australian Mining Industry

Australian land is rich in ore resources and owns a big share of the global production for many of the commonly used mined materials such as Gold, Silver, Bauxite etc. Mining industry shows a notable growth rate over the last decade followed by proportional increase in mine related job positions.

Steel Dominion

From ancient knives to modern skyscrapers, steel is present in almost everything we use today. Learn more about the most revolutionary construction material and its contribution to human living through the ages with this graphic.

Seabed Mining

Drills are ready to bore the ocean floor and take out the buried treasure “waiting” there for the mining giants to come. No guess that the money is big and there’s a bunch of private and national ventures that have their eyes on slicing the pie. At the same time, there are voices warning about the detrimental consequences of breaking in the ocean rarefied. The question is “does it worth the price?”

Pet Proof Home

Pets like to go around and play the “scavenger hunt” by nosing everywhere in your home. But they cannot sense the money or sentimental cost of the damages they leave behind. This “cute” infographic introduces some tips for training your pet and protect your belongings.

Shark Attack Paradox Jun20

Shark Attack Paradox

This infographic comes to justify the classic saying “1 picture worth 1000 words”. We say, likely even more. Can a specie’s innate wildness, like sharks, contrast with man’s intention to kill for the sake of money profit?

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