What the Global Carbon Footprint Really Looks Like (Infographic)

Looking for a creative take on international carbon footprints? Look no further, it’s right here. With each country placed on the footprint map, we can see the relative impact citizens have across the world. Take a peek and gain a panoramic view of how much we’re impacting the planet.

image by epSos .de

infographic provided by ebay.com

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36 comments

Aud nordby
Aud nordby2 years ago

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Janis K.
Janis K.2 years ago

Thanks for sharing.

Heidi Wood
Heidi Wood2 years ago

I am always picking trash. Right after the wind picks it carries it.

M Quann
M Q.2 years ago

Thank you.

Delphine Taylor
Valeria Grundy2 years ago

Would have been great if this could have been a comparison of per capita carbon footprint in each country. As is, you can just see that, predictably, the most populous countries have the largest carbon footprints.

Magdalena J.
Past Member 2 years ago

Thank you!

Muff-Anne York-Haley

It's kind of a sad statement!

John chapman
John chapman2 years ago

I could put together a picture like that, hundreds of times every day,....sadly.

Kamia T.
Kamia T.2 years ago

And now, just looking at this, is it any wonder that no one much is listening to those of us in the US who are telling the rest of the world how they need to start not polluting and reduce there carbon footprint? By the way, you can save this to your computer and print it in poster size, if you want. I just tried and it worked. Takes a couple of pages, but still...

Steven G.
Steven G.2 years ago

Other than the same-old different rhetoric spewed from the politician's mawl, I see no difference in the corporate/two party system; a duopoly. Left wing, right wing... it's still the same bird - a vulture.

For their own self-serving interests and the corporate interests they serve, these vultures have helped to hide from the public, "Free Energy" technology and we're not just talking solar panels and wind turbines either. In the 1920s, Thomas Henry Moray demonstrated a "radiant energy device." The device was able to produce up to 50,000 watts.

Imagine being off the grid. An all electric home for all of your energy needs. Imagine this device driving/propelling your car using four independent electric motors; driving the wheels; no gas or batteries needed.

Think "environment" and what would be the consequences effecting the world's industries, their monopolies and manipulations?

Maybe too few people know this. But "free energy" technology is hidden from the public's view for obvious reasons, one of which is profit. The BIG energy industry cannot profit from it. In the 1920s, Thomas Henry Moray demonstrated a "radiant energy device" to many people who were unable to find a hidden power supply. Moray called his device a solid state detector or the Moray Valve consisting of a large antenna connected to a complex series of high voltage capacitors, transformers, and semiconductors.