The Longest Earth Day Blog I’ve ever “written.” {Top 10 Green Infographics)

Via on Apr 22, 2013

10 “Earth Day” Infographics to Expand our Minds (and Hearts).

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Shark population decline since 1970 [INFOGRAPHIC]:

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INFOGRAPHIC: One Simple Green Secret To Get More Done – An infographic by the team at Artificial Plants and Trees


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Home Solar Power Discounts – One Block Off the Grid

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