The Future of Recycling, as Predicted by Today’s Young Professionals

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The Future of Recycling, as Predicted by Today’s Young Professionals

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When InfoGraphics Go Bad and Why We Like You

April 5, 2010 by  
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A few weeks ago to help bring awareness to World Water Day, we posted an infographic in a post titled Of All The Water in the World, Just 0.08% Makes It To Our Faucets (Infographic) , with the goal being to illustrate the limited amount of clean, fresh drinking water available for human use. Unfortunately, a few aspects of the illustration and math used to create it were either confusing to readers or inaccurate

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When InfoGraphics Go Bad and Why We Like You

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