As we become increasingly conscious of our environmental impact, the demand for information on how to cut our ecological footprint is intensifying. Yet, searching for quality content on sustainability that is both comprehensible and easy to share can be time consuming and occasionally challenging. When it comes to showcasing critical environmental issues, infographics could be the best available tool for both visualizing scientific data and educate the public, all in one interactive and attractive context.
Did you know that chewing gum is the world’s second most common litter after cigarette buds? Or that conventional gum does not biodegrade because it is made from polymers, which are synthetic plastics? Or most importantly, that in 2011, a British scientist invented a sustainable alternative to chewing gum called Rev7? Check out the following infographic and learn why chewing gum is harmful to the environment.