AI and edge computing are some of the factors behind the stunning growth of the GPU cloud computing market, predicted to hit $25.5B by 2030.
In the race to net zero, demand for hydrogen could increase to 430 Mt p.a. by 2050, but will supply be there when the world needs...
In this visualization, we look at how international recognition of Israel and Palestine breaks down among the 193 UN member states.
Fueled by powerful social and technological megatrends, travel & tourism has grown exponentially and in 2022 made up 7.6% of global GDP.
Bitcoin miners worldwide use about 348 TWh of electricity per year, as much as some countries, but just where does all that power come from?
AI and the metaverse are set to upend the datasphere, which is critical to many of the advanced technologies on which we rely.
Check out the Fra Mauro Mappa Mundi (c. 1450s), a historical map that formed a bridge between medieval and renaissance worldviews.
Coal still leads the charge when it comes to electricity, representing 35% of global power generation.
Between 2019 and 2021, consumers enjoyed over $158 billion in combined savings because of the economic impact of online travel agencies.
We chart six red flag indicators threatening China's economy and it's post-pandemic recovery, as well as global economic growth
The shipping industry is responsible for 2.89% of all carbon emissions. Here are three ways it could evolve to address climate change.
Rivers and lakes have played important roles throughout history. This Vintage Viz looks at these bodies of water from the viewpoint of 1850.
The environmental impact of the combined 139M tons of plastic pollution in oceans and rivers is well known, but what about the economic cost?
The surface of Earth is covered by 71% water, so it’s no surprise that over 80% of all trade is carried by ship. But how does...
Artificial intelligence could add 7% to global GDP over 10 years, but even with recent advances, how close are we to thinking machines?
Accommodations account for an estimated 264 million tonnes CO2-eq in annual emissions and the sector has an ambitious plan to reach net zero.
Modular housing can be completed 40% faster and costs 10-25% less than traditional construction methods. Is the future of housing modular?
As U.S. house prices keep climbing, hitting 5.61 times the median annual income, affordable housing is getting harder and harder to find.
Pressures from urbanization in the U.S. housing supply continue, with homeowner vacancies falling to an all-time low of 0.8% by end of 2022.
With the travel and tourism industry committing to halving carbon emissions by 2030, net zero hotels could be here sooner than you think.
By 2025, connected cars could produce 10 exabytes (exabyte = 1B gigabytes) of data per month, a thousand-fold increase over current volumes.
This pie chart, circa 1914, is a fascinating breakdown of China's export economy just prior to World War I.
Around 80% of the 6 trillion cigarettes produced annually are littered, and many of those end up in oceans, adding to the plastic problem.
Automakers have spent $75 billion in the race to launch the first autonomous car, but just how close are we to ditching the steering wheel? (Sponsored...
Electric vehicles are playing a key role in the decarbonization of road transport. But how much further do we need to go to hit net zero?
Plastic waste can now be found everywhere on Earth, from the highest peaks to the deepest seas, but what is the most littered item in the...
The tank remains the backbone of modern twenty-first century armies. This infographic shows what countries have the largest combat fleets.
New polling data shows that, in many parts of the world, people feel that their countries are on a downward trajectory.