From Science Magazine.
Whether you’re looking for a nugget of information or a compelling diagram for your next lecture, burrow into this cache of graphics gathered from the United Nations Environment Programme’s publications and Web sites.
The 750 maps, graphs, and other illustrations include everything from trends in nitrogen concentrations in the Baltic Sea to projected habitat loss for African great apes over the next 3 decades. To enter the collection, click on the “Maps and Graphics Library” tab at the upper left of the home page.
This is a really cool resource. Be sure to explore some of the other categories on the left menu bar. This site is a treasure trove of global environmental information.