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Water Down

Water Down

This infographic provides information for clean water around the world. It shows how much clean and unsanitary water there is in the world and why there is a problem and provides statistics for the number of people without clean water in the world. Finally, it shows the percentage of people who have access to clean water in different regions of the world.

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Saving the World Through Water

Saving the World Through Water

This infographic provides a deeper look into how and what we need to do to provide clean water for people around the world.

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Every Drop Counts

Every Drop Counts

When it comes to getting clean water at home, most of us turn on the tap and don’t give it a second thought. But for nearly 1 billion people, finding clean water is a daily struggle. Lack of access in their homes or their communities can cause a multitude of health, economic and quality of life problems. For those of us fortunate enough to have clean water access, it’s more important than ever to help conserve this important resource.

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The Miracle of Clean Water

The Miracle of Clean Water

As society developed throughout the 20th century, public drinking water has come a long way. There are still many risks associated with drinking water from the tap, however. As public water systems cater to larger populations with each passing year, is drinking city water worth the risk?

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A Cup of Cold Water

A Cup of Cold Water

Millions of people around the world do not have safe, clean water to drink. This infographic was created for World Water Day to promote Compassion’s Water of Life initiative.

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Millions Without Clean Water

Millions Without Clean Water

There are still 783 million people without access to clean water, and every minute, two children die because of poor sanitation. This infographic was created for World Water Day 2013 and shows how Plan is working in 51 developing countries, improving the sanitation condition of thousands of families.

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The Ebola Virus: Are You at Risk?

Did you know that Ebola continues to spread unhindered in West Africa because of mistrust of health workers, local customs such as intimate burials and an inadequate health care system?

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Job Jumps and Career Changes

This infographic does a great job of outlining the millennial mindset within the workplace and the nature of our work ethic.

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Some Like It Iced: America’s Iced Tea Obsession

Some Like It Iced: America’s Iced Tea Obsession

Yes, we like our tea sweet in the South. So what? Maybe we don’t care about all the extra calories we’re packing in.

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16 Biggest College Football Rivalries

16 Biggest College Football Rivalries

Arguably, college football has the most passionate and fierce rivalries of all sports. Ranked from 1 to 16, here are the biggest rivalries in college football history.

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Rah, Rah, Rah! It’s College Football

Rah, Rah, Rah! It’s College Football

The thrill of the rivalries. The passion of supporting your alma mater. The parties in the parking lot. College football season kicked off this week, and the nation can get back to what matters: watching the next generation of football players go, fight and win. While you’re at this weekend’s tailgate party, impress your fellow fans with this college football trivia.

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16 Tailgaters You Meet in College Football

16 Tailgaters You Meet in College Football

No matter what team you're rooting for, you'll find these 16 tailgaters at every college football game.

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8 College Sports Myths

8 College Sports Myths

In recent news, the monetary benefits that college sports and athletes receive have been a hot topic. Although truths are involved, there certainly are myths as well.

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Making America Smarter, Stronger and Younger

Making America Smarter, Stronger and Younger

As the immigration debate continues to rage on in Washington, this infographic from Deloitte looks at immigration reform through the lens of making America smarter, stronger and younger. It serves as an easy-to-read reference n the many variables shaping opinions on this highly anticipated bill. It supports the idea that immigration reform will drive innovation and prosperity, lead to economic security, spur job creation, fill a growing need for low-skilled labor and balance the age distribution of the U.S. workforce. Deloitte believes a thoughtful look at immigration reform will help the United States secure and maintain its competitive edge in a world where the most highly skilled individuals have a choice about where to live and work.

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Turning Green Cards into Growth

Turning Green Cards into Growth

Immigration is often misunderstood or distorted to serve an agenda, but when you start to look at it as an economic issue, the opportunities become clear. The Gang of 8 immigration bill, which recognizes and embraces these opportunities, would fuel American economic growth and make the United States a magnet for global talent.

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The Waiting is the Hardest Part

The Waiting is the Hardest Part

We’ve all pulled a number to wait in line at the DMV. But even on the worst of days, that wait is measured in minutes or hours. For people waiting to legally immigrate to America, the line is about 5.5 million people long and can last as many as 24 years. The decades-long wait is one of the key ways our broken system encourages illegal immigration.

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Climate Change in the American Mind

Climate Change in the American Mind

More and more Americans believe that climate change is really happening and that it is being directly caused by human actions.

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The Story of Agriculture and Climate Change

The Story of Agriculture and Climate Change

The road we’ve traveled: a look at the many events that have shaped the road to COP18 and how agriculture affects climate change.

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Climate Smart Agriculture for Development

Climate Smart Agriculture for Development

FAO has decades of experience in promoting agricultural practices and policies that also safeguard the natural resource base for future generations. Agriculture policies are the cornerstones for achieving food security and improving livelihoods. Effective agriculture and climate change policies can also boost green growth, protect the environment and help eradicate poverty.

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Increasing U.S. Exports

Increasing U.S. Exports

Building a United States economy to last.

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