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Greendex: Survey of Sustainable Consumption | National Geographic

Greendex: Survey of Sustainable Consumption | National Geographic | green infographics | Scoop.it

You've heard about it for years—everyone’s interested in green. Do you know how your personal choices add up- or the choices of fellow citizens? What behaviors are people adopting globally with a positive impact on environmental sustainability? What's changed- or not- in recent years?

 

This is the fourth year National Geographic has partnered with GlobeScan to develop an international research approach to measure and monitor consumer progress toward environmentally sustainable consumption. The key objectives of this unique consumer tracking survey are to provide regular quantitative measures of consumer behavior and to promote sustainable consumption...

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By 2050, 70% Of The World’s Population Will Be Urban. Is That A Good Thing?

By 2050, 70% Of The World’s Population Will Be Urban. Is That A Good Thing? | green infographics | Scoop.it
Last year, the world’s population reached 7 billion people. Because of our continually accelerating population growth, we keep hearing that more and more people will end up living in cities (and mega cities).

But what’s that really look like? How will the world change?

Unicef, with the help of design studio Periscopic, released “An Urban World” to answer these questions. It’s an interactive, HTML5 visualization of the world from the years 1950-2050. But rather than showing our geographic boundaries, every country* is depicted only by their population living in urban environments...

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