Cities are heavy hitters in the global economy. Where will the top 10 cities be in 2035—based on GDP, population, and annual growth?
How much do your vacations contribute to your destination of choice? This visualization shows the countries that receive the most tourist spending.
By 2050, there will be 2.5 billion more people living in cities than today. How is rapid urbanisation set to impact investors and the global economy?
This chart takes a look at the median age of every continent, while also breaking down the youngest and oldest countries in the world.
Private wealth in Africa is set to grow $800 billion in the next decade. Here are the continent's 23 richest cities mapped, along with other key...
Look at global population in a whole new light, when countries on the world map are drawn based on population numbers instead of their usual borders.
Forests cover 30% of the world’s land. These maps and charts shows where forests are flourishing, and where human activity is chipping away at the tree...
With every country's growth visualized on a logarithmic scale, we look at a few world population growth outliers and their unique stories.
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.
By 2100, the global population is projected to rise from 7.6 billion to 11.2 billion people. This animation shows how that growth will occur by region.