Energy Outlook for 2040 [Infographic]

As the world tries to become more and more eco-friendly, we ask the question: What will energy production look like in 2040 and what is being done to make the world a greener place?

As we ask this, we’ll take a look at the outcomes predicted by some of the leading environmental agencies including, what’s being invested, who’s trying to stop global warming, how energy production could match demand and the projected worldwide growth in energy demand.

Through this infographic, Fuel Fighter will also be showing you some nifty eco-friendly innovations and, maybe most importantly, what YOU can do to help climate change.

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Eco-fashion [Infographic]

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Many name brand companies are incorporating eco-fashion into their lines by producing their clothing using methods that create a minimal carbon footprint without the use of harmful or synthetic chemicals. From Adidas apparel made with bionic yard, a textile made from plastic debris in the sea, to Burberry’s sustainable cotton program in Peru—explore which brands are leading the way into the green garment movement by positively impacting the environment.

Eco-friendly clothing is categorized into two types, natural organic fibers and recycled fibers. Natural fibers include cotton, hemp, bamboo, and soy. Whereas recycled fibers can be made from natural recycled fibers, plastic, and wool. Explore these different fibers and the process used to produce each of them.

Go Green and Save Money [Infographic]

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Types of Renewable Energy [Infographic]

 

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The United States currently relies heavily on coal, oil, and natural gas for its energy. Fossil fuels are nonrenewable, that is, they draw on finite resources that will eventually dwindle, becoming too expensive or too environmentally damaging to retrieve. In contrast, renewable energy resources are constantly replenished and will never run out.

Image credit: Carrington College