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Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Notations From the Grid (Special Edition): Out & About On the Grid....

 Please enjoy the following Random Thoughts courtesy of the Team at the Visual Capitalist and insights on misinformation:

Sunday Digest: Last Week's Infographics

Here are all the new infographics from last week in one easy place! 
Top Smartphone Brands, By Global Sales

Worldwide smartphone sales decreased by 12% in 2020, but sales are expected to bounce back this year. Will Samsung remain on top?

Visualizing the Power Consumption of Bitcoin Mining

Bitcoin mining requires significant amounts of energy, but what does this consumption look like when compared to countries and companies?

Mapped: The 25 Richest Countries in the World

Which countries have the highest GDP per capita? This map breaks down the top 25 richest countries in the world.

How to Invest in Change: A Guide to Thematic Investing

How do you prepare for changes caused by technological breakthroughs, shifting demographics, and climate change? Meet thematic investing.

What $1,000 Invested in Vaccine Stocks Would Be Worth Now

Ever wonder what you would have gotten if you invested $1,000 into the different vaccine stocks at the start of the pandemic?

Visualized: Potential Economic Benefits of a Green Recovery

A green recovery is projected to boost global GDP by 1.1% annually, along with saving 9 million jobs. What opportunities does this present for investors?

Visualizing the Depth of the Great Lakes

The five Great Lakes account for 21% of the world's total freshwater. This bathymetric visualization dives into just how deep they are.

Decarbonization Targets for the Largest U.S. Utilities

How are utilities decarbonizing? This infographic highlights the decarbonization targets of the largest U.S. utilities.

This Week's Flashback Favorites:

Leadership Accountability in Times of Crisis

This infographic explores five key behaviors that CEOs and executives should adopt in order to demonstrate leadership accountability in times of crisis.

Originally from April 2020

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