In addition to a multitude of state parks, the U.S. has 59 national parks, each with its own natural wonders worth exploring. Expedia made this infographic listing 12 of the best national parks to visit if you only have one day. The infographic outlines some recommendations on where to take a hike in each park; where in the park you’re likely to find a wild animal; where some … [Read more...]
Interesting content about the environment. This category includes environmentalism relating to land, sea, and everything in between.
Water is one of earth’s most precious resources. In recent years, amidst widespread drought, the debate about its preservation has reached a boiling point amongst politicians and citizens on both sides of the political spectrum. This infographic, made by Home Advisor, illustrates which states use the most water. It lists each state’s total population, along with the total … [Read more...]
Did you know that the average shower lasts 13 minutes? That's a long time, especially if you live in a region that's experiencing a drought, which many of us currently do. Plus, that 13-minute shower uses 27 gallons of water on average. That's water waste that could be easily avoided. This infographic from Soakology aims to cut down on water waste, as well as time waste, with … [Read more...]
This handy infographic, created by Happy to Survive, provides instructions on how to grow fruit year-round, right at home. The guide lists 12 fruits that can be grown in your garden, supplying you with fresh produce for every season. These fruits include six that grow on trees: Hass avocados, apples, persimmons, peaches, elderberries and grapefruits; and six that grow on … [Read more...]
Although beautiful, the crown of thorns starfish is also viciously destructive, so much so that it is one of the greatest threats to the Great Barrier Reef. Reef Free Tours created this infographic explaining what the crown of thorns starfish is, and how it is destroying the coral reef. It details how the number of outbreaks of crown of thorns starfish (COTS) has increased … [Read more...]