7 billion people and rising: Interactive highlights from the web
Country population: past, present and future, Interactive map by the Guardian with population figures from 1950-2010 and projections for 2100. 7 billion people and you: What’s your number? Web tool by BBC News that lets you find out how many people were alive the day you were born. World Population – Live Update, Second by […]
America’s Changing Metropolitan Immigrant Population
Olympic Regeneration – London 2012
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High Speed Rail in the U.S.A.
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Province, State and Country Populations
Some interesting facts emerge from this analysis, and not just the huge population of China as a whole (1.3 billion people). For example, the province level municipality of Shanghai has more people than Romania (23.0 million vs. 22.0 million) and more people live in Beijing (19.6 million) than New York state (19.4 million). Germany’s population […]
Capital(s) of the world
A Science of Cities?
Developing Canada’s Arctic Region
Call for editors – New Journal
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World University Rankings Revisited
Remittances and Regional Development
National Geographic World Championship
The National Geographic Society has organised since 1993 a biennal competition with students from different parts of the world, where they have to answer questions on physical, cultural and economic geography. The 2011 meeting was sponsored by Google and held at their headquarters in Mountain View, California. This year’s competition was won by the Russian […]
Cycling in Europe
UK High Speed Rail Two
Take the train to Beijing!
Broadband Internet for Every Aussie
The Australian Government has been trying to roll out a national broadband network throughout the country, the largest infrastructure project ever undertaken by the country. The goal is to lay fibre optic cabling to 93 per cent of Australian homes, schools and businesses, in order to provide broadband speeds of up to 100 megabits per […]
Southern Europe and the debt crisis
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