A new friend recently shared this recycling infographic, thinking it might be a good fit for Planetsave — didn’t take long for me to say, “great idea!” All kinds of useful or just plain interesting info on recycling, recycled product, and related info here. One of the most interesting points, in my opinion, is how much Japan composts, but there’s a lot more info that sort of blows me away as well. Enjoy! (& share the infographic with your friends.)
Here’s a cool little infographic on how you can easily make your daily routine a little greener. There are tons of little things we can do every day do live greener that require little to no effort — it’s just a matter of thinking a little and changing our habits. Here are some ideas:
Following up on the Energy of Earthquakes infographic we posted here on Planetsave about a month ago, here’s a cool Energy of Tornadoes infographic for your viewing pleasure.
E-waste. Big issue. Invisible to most of us,.. but for how long. Check out more via the infographic below.
Cars are one of the top top contributors to global warming pollution and other pollution in the world, and especially in the U.S. As I’ve written on here repeatedly, one of the best ways to help the environment is to get out of your car (or sell it) and use your two feet, bike, or transit for transportation more. Here’s a nice infographic on the environmental impacts of cars to reinforce the point.
Ever wonder how much energy is used by your different major appliances or electronics? Or how much energy all such appliances and electronics in the U.S. use? Here’s some info on that for four big ones: TVs, computers, clothes dryers, and refrigerators.
Before checking it out, try to guess how much each of these use in an hour — see how close you come!
We’ve written about earthquakes a ton in the past month or two, as well as before that. So, when a friend shared this new infographic with me on “the energy of earthquakes,” I immediately thought it might be an interesting one to put on Planetsave. Quite a fun and interesting infographic — check it out…
Here’s a good reminder to reuse, recycle, upcycle, or donate your old clothes instead of throwing them away. This little infographic was created by USAgain using EPA data.
Tree bombing to the rescue? Check out this infographic and see if it all adds up.
How green are e-books? Take a look — check out this great infographic.
via Well Home Energy Audits Related Infographics: The Internet and the Environment Little Things Can Add Up: Energy Savings of “Low-Hanging Fruit” Understanding Cap & Trade
One of my new favorite websites, the other 98%, just released an “infographic” (I don’t know if I would actually call it that) on the differences between George Soros and … [Read full article]
Here’s another interesting infographic. Enjoy. Credit: WellHome Related Infographics: The Internet and the Environment Little Things Can Add Up: Energy Savings of “Low-Hanging Fruit” Understanding Cap & Trade