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10th October 2011

Photo reblogged from Mother Nature Network with 98 notes

mothernaturenetwork:

By putting solar panels on your roof and an electric car in your garage, you could essentially drive for free. How soon can you start?

mothernaturenetwork:

By putting solar panels on your roof and an electric car in your garage, you could essentially drive for free. How soon can you start?

Tagged: infographiccarsenergygassolar powerelectric carsenvironment

27th September 2011

Photo reblogged from Mother Nature Network with 99 notes

mothernaturenetwork:

Electricity consumption is already higher than ever, and experts say it will only continue to rise. What are the long-term implications for your wallet? Find out.

mothernaturenetwork:

Electricity consumption is already higher than ever, and experts say it will only continue to rise. What are the long-term implications for your wallet? Find out.

Tagged: electricitypowerenergymoneysave moneyinfographic

14th September 2011

Photo reblogged from Mother Nature Network with 50 notes

mothernaturenetwork:

Infographic: What’s driving gas prices?Every day a number of factors affect the fluctuating price of retail gas. We explore what those factors are and why they change.

mothernaturenetwork:

Infographic: What’s driving gas prices?
Every day a number of factors affect the fluctuating price of retail gas. We explore what those factors are and why they change.

Tagged: gasgas pricesdrivingcarsinfographic

9th August 2011

Photo reblogged from The Daily What with 258 notes

thedailywhat:

Infographic of the Day: Standard & Poor’s credit rating by country, updated to reflect the recently historical downgrade of the United States from triple-A to AA+.
Click here to embiggen.
[reddit.]
See Also: Moody’s credit rating by country; Fitch credit rating by country.

thedailywhat:

Infographic of the Day: Standard & Poor’s credit rating by country, updated to reflect the recently historical downgrade of the United States from triple-A to AA+.

Click here to embiggen.

[reddit.]

See Also: Moody’s credit rating by country; Fitch credit rating by country.

Tagged: Infographic