Infographic on historic consumption levels of meat and paper products. Graphs show per capita and total consumption
Historic consumption levels, per capita and total, of meat and paper products.
Infographic compares U.S. per capita energy use to the per capita energy use in other countries
Infographics shows that 1 person in the U.S. consumes as much energy as 2 Germans, 7 Jordanians,...
Graph shows the average number of children per U.S. family has decreased since 1800 with an exception of the baby boom
Average number of children per woman in the U.S. from 1800 to 2018.
Infographic shows the average U.S. house size (in sq ft) and the average number of people per household from 1790 to 2019
Average number of people per house and average house size in the U.S., 1790-2019.
Bar graph shows the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted from the ten most populous countries on the planet
Bar graph shows the amount of carbon dioxide per capita, in metric tons, is emitted from each...
Infographic shows the distribution of household net worth in the U.S. with the top 1% holding over 32% of all U.S. wealth
Visual display of household wealth in the U.S. - the top 1% holds 32% of wealth.
Bar graph shows the number of teem pregnancies in 15 more developed countries including the United States
Bar graph shows the number of teen pregnancies among 15 of the world’s more developed countries. The...
Bar graph shows the wealth of the ten most populous countries on the planet, measured by GDP
Bar graph shows the per capita GDP for the world’s ten most populous countries. Of the world’s...
Bar graph shows the population size for the ten most populous countries on the planet
Bar graph shows the populations of the 10 most populous countries. The top 10 most populous countries...

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