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Infographics about Sustainable Development

In Sub-Saharan Africa, 2 out of every 3 people – more than 600 million people in total – currently do not have access to electricity. Improving electricity access is an essential component of enhancing human development, by means of, for example, enabling greater use of technologies for...

The Sub-Saharan African electricity system is still in its infancy. The current production capacity can only meet around 35% of the projected electricity demand for 2030 and less than 15% of the projected demand for 2050. Nevertheless, Sub-Saharan Africa is richly endowed with both fossil and...

In the Shared Socioeconomic Pathways (SSP2), middle-of-the-road, scenario, 500 million people are projected to not have access to electricity in 2030, 90% of whom live in rural areas. The preferred electrification system for connecting those people depends highly on their level of electricity...

In a circular economy, materials ideally retain their original quality. This enables us to recycle these recovered materials into the same type of products. Several circularity strategies exist to prevent resource extraction and primary material demand as well as waste production. There is also...

Infographic deelname aan activiteiten op voedselgebied 2013

‘Vaak’ is in deze figuur gedefinieerd als minimaal een keer per week voedsel kopen met een duurzaamheidskenmerk, een bepaalde herkomst of uit het seizoen, of voedsel eten uit de eigen of een gezamenlijke tuin, minimaal drie keer per week geen vlees eten bij de warme maaltijd, en minimaal zes...

Market share of sustainably produced raw materials in Dutch comsumption

Market shares of certified sustainable products and natural resources have soared over the past two decades in the Netherlands.