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Leed For Green Buildings

What is Leed For Green Buildings?

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, is a building certification process developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), a non-profit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. Source: History Of LEED
World Environment Day

World Environment Day

Food Production Contributes Significantly to Air Pollution, and at the same time suffers from it. Credit: World Environment Day
5 Hidden ways that Globalization is changing

5 Hidden ways that Globalization is changing [InfoGraphic]

An analysis of industry value chains finds fundamental shifts in the nature of world trade. Credit: McKinsey Global Institute
Driving the Green Energy Revolution

Copper: Driving the Green Energy Revolution

Renewable energy is set to fuel a new era of copper demand – here’s how much copper is used in green applications from EVs to photovoltaics.

NICH Releases PlantsDoThat Inside Infographic

This new series of four #PlantsDoThat Inside infographics focuses on the multitude of ways indoor plants affect where we live, where we work, where we heal and where we learn. Credit: www.consumerhort.org
Plants benefit society in many ways

Plants Benefit Society in Many Ways [InfoGraphic]

NICH Releases The Power of Plants: Enriching Lives, Creating Jobs, Building Wealth, Saving Money The National Initiative for Consumer Horticulture (NICH) is a consortium of industry leaders who are promoting the benefits and value of...

Plastic Production Environmental Impact Facts [InfoGraphic]

How to Move Away from Plastic Dependency - Since plastics were first introduced to the U.S. during the mid-late 19th century, we’ve been dependent on the material for it’s versatility, convenience, and function. Currently,...

UltraViolet System for Water Treatment Structure [InfoGraphic]

UV Light Systems Eliminating Bacteria and Water Contaminants Despite quality standards that water treatment plants must meet, there are plenty of harmful bacteria that can slip through the cracks and contaminate the water supply....

Popular Packaging Symbols Explained

We use packaging materials almost daily. From carrying vegetables and cosmetics to heavy machineries, the use of packaging products is everywhere. Today packaging is not only used to protect goods and transportation, it also...

Why You Are Still Alive – The Immune System Explained [Video]

Every second of your life you are under attack. Bacteria, viruses, spores and more living stuff wants to enter your body and use its resources for itself. The immune system is a powerful army...

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