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?
Global economics is effectively a numbers game - here are the countries and regions projected to contribute the most to global growth in 2019.
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.
Charting the most influential countries in Asia, plus a look at the countries that punch above their weight class, in terms of power and influence.
This interactive map uses 114 metrics to measure the geopolitical power and influence of 25 countries, focusing on Asian powers and the United States.
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.
After decades of hyper-growth and worsening pollution, China has fully embraced rapid transit as a way to keep cities moving.
Based on data and projections from the U.N. Population Division, here is how the world's population will shift between 1950 and 2100, sorted by region.
That's right - nearly 4 billion people live inside the circle on this world map, including 22 of the world's 37 megacities.
The ranking of the world's tallest buildings has shifted dramatically since the start of the 20th century. See the evolution of this list over nearly 100...