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While the COVID-19 pandemic has been all-consuming, these satellite images show its unintended environmental impacts on NO₂ emissions.
The Global Risk Report 2020 paints an unprecedented risk landscape for 2020—one dominated by climate change and other environmental concerns.
There is $360.6 trillion of wealth globally. This graphic shows how it breaks down by country, to show who owns all of the world's wealth.
The data behind the world's rapidly aging population, and what it could mean for the economy and future generations of retirees.
Here's a sneak preview of features that VC+ members will get in their inbox in January 2020.
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?
Which individual commodities were the best performers in 2019, and how do those numbers compare to the past decade of data?
With flight travel more than tripling in the past 30 years, we break down the most notorious airports in the U.S. with the worst flight delays.
Every day, 3.3 billion people rely on their smartphones to stay connected. The products and services enabling this—the smartphone multiplier market—is now worth $459 billion.
The economic cycle is a series of peaks and valleys. Analyzing economic data going back to 1950 helps put recessions into perspective.
The world's two most populous countries have some economic similarities, but China and India are also diverging in one key area: demographics.