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How World Food Programme Responds To Disasters
This infographic shows how the United Nations World Food Programme responds to an emergency from the first few hour until 3 months later.
World Food Programme
When sea levels attack?
You may not have noticed yet, but sea levels continue rising year after year. Global warming being the main cause, the ice on the pole is melting for higher levels in our seas.
The Cost of Living on Mars
Take a look ar how much it would cost set up home there.
The Great East Japan Earthquake: 2 years later
The Great East Japan Earthquake devastated Japan and triggered a terrible nuclear disaster. A survey has been run two years later to provide insight into how well people are coping since the disaster and their thoughts about the reconstruction process. This infographic was produced by the NHK, the Japan Broadcasting Corporation.
The History of Home Heating
Just like the title describes, this infographic gives the complete history of Home Heating from 1000000BCE all the way to present day. The graphics used here totally looks like something off of The Legend of Zelda for gameboy...Awesomeness.
How to prevent the Northwest Pest Fest!
Unlike a lot of other areas in the USA, the Northwest region is known for its all season whether, beautiful forest scenery, and its annoying pests!!! Review this infographic for creepy pest profiles and treatments if you ever encounter any of them.
Renewable Energy Source: Wind
Over the past 4 years, Wind power has provided more than 35% of all new US electric capacity. At this rate, if this growth continues, the answer to 1/3 of the world's electricity needs will be found blown in the wind! Please feel free to watch this video infographic for more interesting facts about wind energy.
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