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Posted on January 7th, 2014

Free For All – Environmental Infographics

A good infographic does not even requires words sometimes as in the example of, “The Life Cycle of a Leaf.”

Often times a picture is truly worth a thousand words; and I think this collection of environmental infographics is proof that’s true. This online collection has been created by the talented pool of designers at is a team of graphic designers who can be hired to make impactful infographics for any topic and the quality of their work is apparent. Several of my favorites are:

  • Fish Pharm – which is a rather disturbing look at the amount of pharmaceuticals in the Chicago River
  • The Life Cycle of a Leaf – which is a simple but powerful view of (well) the life and death of a leaf
  • Green Machines? – which shows just how much power Americans consume
  • Global Carbon Footprint – which is an eye opening view of the world’s biggest carbon polluters

Until my next edition of Free For All, happy hunting for free geospatial goodies!

Brock Adam McCarty
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