The animated map above shows the radioactive cloud that moved through Europe following the Chernobyl nuclear disaster on 26 April 1986. The Chernobyl accident remains the worst nuclear accident in history and is one of only two events classified as a “level 7 major accident” (the other being the 2011 Fukushima disaster in Japan).
The chart above shows just how the UK generates all it’s electricity and then who uses it. The data comes from The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s Energy Trends report published 20th December 2018.
The map above shows a plan to phase out coal power stations across the EU from 2017 to 2031. As of July 2016, there were still 300 coal power plants operating in the EU.
The map above shows where you can find each type of power station in the US based on energy source used for generating electricity. The data for the map is from 2016.
The map above shows who owns forests in the United States, from governments (federal, state,bal local and tribal) to companies (corporate) to individuals (private).