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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.
Arab Spring - Revolutionary Wave Infographic
Take a look at this elaborate infographic outlining the victims affected in the violent Arabic revolutionary wave of demostrations and protests which erupted from December 2010.
The World as 100 People
The world population has now reached 7 billion people. This milestone inspired jackhagley.com to conduct research to update the statistics, and the changes over the past 5 years were remarkable. In 2006, only 1 person out of 100 would have had a college education-- today that number has jumped to 7 thanks in part to advances in higher education in Asia!!
So you want to save Water? 'Infographic Design'
How much water are you really using? Many of us have low flow shower heads and our toilets are using less water, but how does that compare to the water that goes into the things we use and consume every day? This infographic is to help better understand what our daily impact really is. One of my personal favorites! Check the following URL for more details http://bit.ly/XUiMZk
'Cube' Google Map Graphical Toy
Play in your browser this original 3D map visualization game. A google chrome browser experiment built in Three.js technology. This is an interactive site - to start it open the link http://www.playmapscube.com/ in your Chrome browser.
Most Recycled Metal In The World [Infographic]
Although it is not known who produced the first steel, since 200 BC many cultures have produced steel in one form or another. A British inventor, Henry Bessemer, is generally credited with the invention of the first technique to mass produce steel in the mid 1850s. Steel is the world's most recycled material and its properties remain unchanged no matter how many times the steel is recycled. Our infographic has been produced to show how steel is recycled, starting with the actual collection of the recovered materials being melted in a furnace, to being remoulded, used and then being collected for recycling.
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