Population pyramids can show a country's demographic advantages and challenges at a glance. See how different parts of the world stack up.
This graphic compares water accessibility in countries across Sub-Saharan Africa, showing the gap between its rural and urban populations.
With every country's growth visualized on a logarithmic scale, we look at a few world population growth outliers and their unique stories.
Why is the South China Sea so important, and what is the basis for the ruling against China's territorial claims? This in-depth graphical explainer tells it...
By 2100, our global population is to be between 9.6 and 12.3 billion. Here's what peak population looks like and its effects on resource consumption.