Data visualization -> Economy

Carbon emissions: past, present and future

Data visualization, 2014

Who stinks the most. As the UN climate talks open in Lima to agree on a draft text for a treaty in Paris next year, here is a timeline of world’s top 20 emitters of carbon dioxide since the dawn of industrialisation. 

qualità della vita 2014

Data visualization, 2014

Italian daily Sole 24 Ore, by using 36 indicators, measures quality of life in the 107 provinces which compose the country. The online data visualisation promotes an ebook gathering the quality of life measurements registered in the last 25 years.


Data visualization, 2012

The timeline by La Stampa in the hundredth day of the Monti government shows the yield spread between Italian and German bonds, in connection with the political events.


Data visualization, 2012

All the shapes you are about to see are in proportion. At a glimpse you'll understand why everybody fears the "markets": they are a giant 10 times bigger than the global GDP. In

how the EU economies compare

Data visualization, 2011

As the euro crisis threatens to pull Europe apart, some are suggesting the answer to the Greek and possibly Spanish and Italian debt burdens is more economic and fiscal union. Click on the economic indicators below to see how they compare ...

Top paid civil servants and quango chiefs: an interactive guide

Data visualization, 2011

The Guardian's Data Blog publishes an interactive graphic that shows the costs of civil servants and quasi-non-governmental officers to the UK. Names, wages, organisations.

Calificación crediticia de los países de la UE y el euro

Data visualization, 2011

Update on the Moody's, S&P, Fitch ratings - March 2011.

What the tax extension means for you

Data visualization, 2010

An interactive data visualization by the Washington Post, to compare the US fiscal cuts following the different options considered before and after the mid-term election.


Data visualization, 2010

Gold, footwear, diamonds, cotton, garments, bricks, sugarcane, rice, cattle, shrimp, bananas, salt, corn, tomatoes, tobacco, coffee, pornography, cocoa, tea, fireworks, coal, rubber, gravel, carpets, etc.: products of forced and child labour. Where? Go in depth and take action.

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