Fracking going local. WSJ map via @revkin on which communities have given fracking the green light.

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Maps of renewable energy resources in the United States.

Grist

These are basically treasure maps for renewable energy

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CNN INTERACTIVE GRAPHIC. The figures come from The Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2012 report, a UN Environment Program backed study that has tracked the finance flowing into green energy across the world since 2004.

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Cool data visualizations for internet trends, music, twitter users around the world, etc.

Webdesigner Depot

50 Great Examples of Data Visualization

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Washington Post article with lots of charts and figures for why this is the worst Congress ever ...

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Mexico's infographic page for the G-20 Summit.

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Offshore Wind Could Power the World (MAP)

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Global Atlas for Wind & Solar Energy: - “The Global Atlas for Solar and Wind Energy project aims to create a collaborative internet-based Geographic Information System (GIS) of these renewable resources that can direct and enhance cooperation on global scenarios and strategies and support decision-making, especially in areas where this information in insufficiently known,” the IRENA page for the atlas states. Source: Clean Technica (http://s.tt/1clnK)

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UNEP Asks for End User Input in Building Global Solar: - United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and partners are developing a “Global Atlas for Solar and Wind Energy,” and they’re looking for input from end users to help them do so Source: Clean Technica (http://s.tt/14GzW)

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US is looking good for solar PV

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How military spending has changed in the past decade

The Economist
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World's biggest meat-eaters...

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Unemployment before and after the financial crisis

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How global surface temperature, ocean heat and atmospheric CO2 levels have risen since 1960.

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How London's road use has changed since 2001.

the Guardian
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As nations install more solar-generated electricity, it becomes less expensive to produce.

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Warmest ever? You bet. March 2012 temps fry all records.

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NOAA climate change interactive graphs

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Maps Show a Decade of Renewable Energy Growth, 2001-2011. The darkening blue is thanks to widespread adoption of solar, wind, and, to a lesser extent, geothermal and biomass.

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The cost of solar energy is falling.

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Renewable energy.

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World GHG emissions, sectors and sources. The 'spaghetti' chart.

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