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INTERACTIVE: The Carbon Map

November 8, 2017 // 0 Comments

This fun site is easy to use and visually appealing for users. A quick video gives a tutorial about CARTOGRAM MAPS and how to read it’s information. There are eleven topics that have the potential for animation: Area, Population, Wealth, Extraction, Emissions, Consumption, Historical Consumption, Reserves, People at Risk, Sea Level, and Poverty. You can kill two birds with one stone and see a ROBINSON PROJECTION in use before you distort [...]

NEWS via Guardian Liberty Voice: China Population Structure Change Demands Economic Reform

March 15, 2014 // 0 Comments

China Population Structure Change Demands Economic Reform Added by Tina Zhang on March 15, 2014. On March 13, China’s annual parliament meeting closed. Reforms in financialsector, economic structure, environmental protection, and many other areas were proposed. During the nine days of the meeting, there was plenty of news showing disappointing performance in areas such as investment, retail sales and factory output in the first two months of this year. These already invited speculations that policy easing from the government should be imminent. Beijing repeated said it would tolerate slower economic growth in exchange for economic structural transformation. Aside from the often-quoted reasons for such reform, the unstoppable change of the population structure demands China must tough through the pain of slowing economy and its structural reform. China’s working-age population shrank for the first time in 2012 by 3.45 million. Looking into the future, the number of 15 to 24 [...]

NEWS via Business Insider Australia: These Maps Show Which Areas Of The Country Have The Biggest Carbon Footprints

February 14, 2014 // 0 Comments

These Maps Show Which Areas Of The Country Have The Biggest Carbon Footprints KELLY DICKERSON YESTERDAY AT 10:01 AM    19 It’s no secret that the U.S. is one of the biggest carbon emitters around. Households in the U.S. alone are responsible for 20% of greenhouse gas emissions, even though they account for just over 4% of the global population. But which areas in the U.S. are contributing the most? These interactive maps from the University of California, Berkeley show where the U.S. has the biggest carbon footprint. You can even calculate your city’s carbon footprint on their site. The carbon footprint measurement equals the total greenhouse gas emissions of the zip code in question. An area’s carbon footprint includes things like energy people use at home, energy used by businesses, and transportation. The biggest source of emissions depends on the area. For example, the suburbs have a higher percentage of emissions coming from individual vehicles than big cities do. [...]
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