Hidden in the suburbs of Sacramento, California, in an otherwise unremarkable subdivision, is the ZeroHouse. The ZeroHouse is special because, as its name suggests, it uses zero net energy from the region’s electrical grid, making it one of America’s first net zero homes– and it wasn’t significantly more expensive to build than the rest of […]
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This infographic, developed by the Cradle to Cradle Product Innovation Institute and Trucost, illustrates very clearly the benefits of Cradle to Cradle Certification, including: environmental, material, water, energy, and monetary and sales impacts. The infographic includes case studies of two brands: Puma’s Incycle biodegradable sneaker, and Shaw’s EcoWorx certified floor tiles. For more information on the […]
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I am passionate about saving our delicate planet and I am always looking for information on what can be done. I came across this amazing infographic and I was amazed to learn the destruction that a tsunami can do to the planet months and years later. I thought I would share this information with you.
An intriguing look at just how much clean, renewable energy we could harvest from the sun.
For those who enjoy facts, figures, and such detailed information, this infographic from Sortable addressing the green footprint of the popular iPad may prove disconcerting, especially for all of those who swear by them.
I received this infographic concerning our collapsing seas via email from Reuse This Bag. Please take a look and pass this along. If you have difficulty reading on this blog, please visit the original source.
Infographic by Seametrics, a manufacturer of water flow meters that measure and conserve water.