A walk down memory lane on the Green Movement

June 11th, 2014

Living in this age of information, where information about the advancements in math, science, technology, and art is quite literally at our fingertips, could not be more exciting.

This fact could not be more relevant in the growth of the “green” movement. Scientific advancements and studies have shown us that human life has a particularly devastating effect on climate, forestation and wild animal life. It leaves us with the biggest question: What can we do to help?

The greatest advantage we gain from all this information is that it gives us an excellent guideline as to slowing or even halting the problems that are destroying our planet. We have seen evidence of cities and states around the country taking steps towards lowering their ecological footprint, including San Francisco and 128 other US cities banning plastic bags and the passing of the Clean Water Act.

This insightful infographic, brought to you by the Bay Area’s most eco-friendly junk hauling company FastHaul, further explores the green movement, outlining the history of environmental legislation, highlighting the US cities identified as the most “green”, and shining light some of the various policies implemented to improve recycling and waste management.

Click on the infographic below for a fullpage view of the e-poster.

Growth of the Green Movement [Infographic]
Courtesy of: Fast Haul

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