The world's population centers are shifting rapidly, and by 2100, it is projected that the world's largest megacities will exceed 70 million people.
Our impact on the planet has been profound. Today's graphic visualizes this human footprint by looking at population density, roads, undersea cables, and more.
Nothing is more fundamental to life than water - so see the world's watersheds like never before with these colorful and absolutely stunning maps.
An eye-opening look at the population 'heartbeat' of Manhattan, which swells to an incredible four million people during an average workday.
This map re-sizes countries based on the amount of goods they export abroad, giving a clear look at the world's biggest exporters of 2017.
Each of the four colors is equal to 25% of the country's total population - and things get interesting when looking at Canada, Chile, or California.
This data on the price of beer is fresh from the tap. See how much a pint of beer costs in 48 different major cities around...
Each state has a GDP that is comparable in size to that of an actual country. This map shows it all, plus a full list of...
Long before container ships zig-zagged the oceans, caravans and single-sail cogs hauled goods across the world. This map is a fascinating look at that era.
China holds a whopping $3.2 trillion in foreign currency reserves, more all of North America, Europe, and South America combined.