This iconic infographic map is an early and ambitious attempt to compare the world's tallest mountains and longest rivers.
How much of the Earth’s population is located near the equator? This map visualizes the world’s population density by latitude.
Population density varies across the globe. These maps use geographical circles to show the most densely populated areas on multiple continents.
In the next year or so, humanity is expected to pass the 8 billion person milestone. These charts and maps put global population growth into context.
The world map you know is totally wrong. Check out this clever graphic, which helps put into perspective the true size of countries.
We’ve come a long way since Pangea. This short video examines the area, population, and GDP of our continents as a share of the world's total.