Rotation can have a big influence on a planet's habitability. These animations show how each planet in the solar system moves to its own distinct rhythm.
The Global Risk Report 2020 paints an unprecedented risk landscape for 2020—one dominated by climate change and other environmental concerns.
The U.S. covers an immense 3.8 million square miles—what is all this land currently used for, and what does that mean for the future?
From rapid urbanization to retreating glaciers, these timelapsed satellite maps capture the drastic changes the Earth's surface has undergone.
See every major coal power plant ever commissioned on this animation, which covers a time period from 1927 until 2019.
This unique map subtracts population from nighttime light output, giving us a unique perspective into America's rural light pollution hot spots.
Is the U.S. positioned to win the battery arms race, or will China remain in control of the world's transition to renewable energy?
Do sustainable strategies underperform conventional ones? This infographic shines a light on the realities of sustainable investing and the ESG framework.
While we all see the same sky, some see it differently, depending on where they live. Today's graphic ranks world cities by annual hours of sunshine.
Since 1965, over ⅓ of the world’s cumulative carbon emissions can be traced back to just 20 fossil fuel companies. Who are the biggest contributors?