Bummer...I couldn't get the clock to download or run its simulation. I hope others had better luck.
This site has free info on recycling. Have to visit again to do some research.
I found this site pretty informative even though I haven't had a whole lot of time to peruse it - yet. I do intend to come back and investigate it thoroughly though because this is the sort of site I find to be important to all of us who live here on Mother Earth.
I didn't care as much about the environmental stuff here as I did seeing realtime counts of population, malnutrition, cancer, etc.
pretty although i would like to see more things like how many burgers have been eaten how many car acidents and have indivual country details
Really puts things in perspective doesn't it?
The Earth Clock is a real time simulation based on the changing nature of a range of environmental factors. Using statistics from a number of sources it provides information on the worlds population, CO2 emissions, waste production and much more. The Earth Clock was designed by Poodwaddle.com and is based on figures from sources including the United Nations, EPA and the US Census Bureau. Naturally given the nature of the information the accuracy of the data cannot be guaranteed, and is provided only as an illustration.
It has some nice, if not a bit scary, information here. Nice site.
Global Population statistics
live Earth Clock
The Earth Clock is a real time simulation based on the changing nature of a range of environmental factors.
This earth clock is pretty cool
Provides statistics "on the fly" regarding environmental matters.
Environmental statistics that are kind of scary. I'm particularly alarmed at the rate of deforestation and at how quickly we're losing species.
Earthclock How has earth changed today.