Experts predict that by the year 2050 there will be more plastic garbage in the ocean by weight than fish! What can we do to slow or even stop this process altogether? One solution is to take a closer look at the amount of plastic we use in our everyday lives and be willing to make adjustments to our daily habits in an effort to reduce our own plastic consumption.
The resources, biodiversity, and habitability of Earth are vanishing at a rapid rate. Global warming, plastic pollution, unsustainable fish farming, food waste, air pollution, and , deforestation are just some of the factors that are threatening the planet. The following infographic displays 26 statistics that show the dangers our planet is facing.
In recycling our waste, few understand the journey our trash takes from the trash can to a newly manufactured product made from recycled materials. As opposed to a dual stream recycling process, a single stream process enables one to combine multiple recyclable items into one trash can, simplifying the process and encouraging more people to recycle.
Oil is one of the most valuable resources on the planet. We utilize it to power our automobiles, homes and a variety of other things. In fact, the United States uses over 19 million barrels of oil a day. This infographic provides details on how oil is formed and why it’s important to use it in a responsible manner as our population grows.
Chances are that most people do not recycle everything they possibly could, either because recycling programs do not exist in their local area or simply the lack of will to recycle. People that do recycle may be putting things into the recycling bin that you shouldn’t. Learn more about the etiquette for proper recycling within the following visual.
The negligence of human civilization is in many case creating many cases of havoc in the environment. It can be argued that our own negligence is one of the main reasons why the Earth is on the verge of becoming an uninhabitable home. Here is a visual that highlights five issues affecting our environment and how we can reverse the ill-effects of human negligence on nature.
Lord Harrington is an Artist, Architect, Landowner and English Anglo-American businessman. He is active in a number of companies, and acts as Chairman of Green Infrastructure and Wildlife Conservation. Lord Harrington works with International Sustainability and Environmental Recycling, and investment.
It’s common sense that a clean and healthy environment contributes to enhanced survival opportunities for all livings things on the planet. Unfortunately, we as Americans face a variety of environmental issues. Apart from the CO2 emissions that most of us are aware of, the U.S. is facing soil pollution, water pollution, garbage disposal issues, deforestation, acidification of ocean water, ozone layer depletion, radioactive contamination, mine pollution.
Sir John Harrington (aka Harington) was a poet – an author, a revolutionary, and a lover of women. But his poetry was not why he would be remembered. Something much more ‘down to earth’ was to be his legacy. He invented the lavatory.
Piped water may be the greatest convenience ever known but our sewage systems and bathrooms are a disaster.
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