Dirty Energy & Fuel A World Without Oil

Published on February 25th, 2011 | by JD Rucker


Imagine A World Without Oil [INFOGRAPHIC]

February 25th, 2011 by

Oil. It’s the single-most important resource for transportation in the world, but its use goes well beyond that. As a finite resource that can be attributed to much of the damage that has been done to the environment by man in the last century, many in the world are waking up to the fact that we must adapt or die, killing the rest of the living world as we go.

With all of the clear evidence and a trend towards change, it’s still hard for most to conceive of a world that does not use oil. It has become embedded in our lives to the point that a world without it seems completely alien.

And yet, it’s inevitable without major changes.

This graphic by our friends at 1bog puts it into perspective and offers change concepts that our readers can use to help adjust their lifestyles as well as spread the word.

Click to enlarge.

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JD is a green blogger and social media enthusiast from Orange County, California. While he contributes to many blogs on a wide range of topics, it is in the environment and humanity that he draws his strongest inspirations.

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