Global Carbon Footprint by country. This information may be about 10 years old. Plus, a per capita carbon footprint is a more accurate picture. For example China has the highest total carbon emissions, but the USA has a much higher per capita rate.

Women see this as "We should do something about that." Men have been nagatively socialized to see this as "See, women can't run companies. Leave it to the men."

Statistics in 2015 revealed that there are more CEO's named John running big companies in America than there are women. For every woman chief executive of a S&P firm, there are four men named John, Robert, William or James.

infographic - pie charts in different shapes #patterns #colors #data

A world in miniature. Infographic that simplifies the Earth's population to 100 people, making it easier to understand the stats presented. It's handmade, too!

Did you know that the average American uses between 100 and 176 gallons of water everyday?

The Water Rich vs The Water Poor

This is a pretty stunning (and depressing) infographic and intro on the water rich vs water poor, from sister site Blue Living Ideas: Water Rich vs Water Poor (via Blue Living Ideas) The dif…

Sexual predators mostly good info although it is SORNA not SORA

Psychology infographic & Advice Who Are the Sexual Predators? (Inforgaphic) - Weird Worm Image Description Sexual predators mostly good info although it is

Women are key to society growth. The Women’s Study Program is a 10-month program under WEAVE’s Women’s Capacity Development Project, which offers study courses to Burmese ethnic women and young girls. It focuses on broadening women’s knowledge of women’s issues as they relate to development, peace education and community Development

Statistical Proof That Women Make The World A Better Place

Infographic: Why invest in women? USAID has created this excellent infographic that shows why investing in women’s health, education and empowerment leads to more prosperous and just societies:

Peter Ørntoft: Information Graphics in Context, a project illustrating a ranked list of social concerns in Denmark

The 11 Best Art and Design Books of 2011


Data visualization infographic & Chart ‘Rank’: Picturing The Social Order 1516 – 2009