Population decline is a rising issue for many countries in Eastern Europe, as well as outliers like Japan and Cuba.
This iconic infographic map is an early and ambitious attempt to compare the world's tallest mountains and longest rivers.
This map shows which counties in the U.S. have seen the most growth, and which places have seen their populations dwindle in the last 10 years.
Wind and solar make up 10% of the world’s electricity. Combined, they are the fourth-largest source of electricity after coal, gas, and hydro.
How much of the Earth’s population is located near the equator? This map visualizes the world’s population density by latitude.
How have the world's largest economies changed over time? These graphics show countries sized by their GDP, as a share of the global total.
Immigrants account for 3.5% of the global population, but where are they more or less prevalent? This map shows immigration by country.