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In an article for the “In Focus” section of Political Insight (December 2013, Volume 4, Issue 3) Jan Fichtner of the University of Frankfurt a.M. and I analysed the size of the foreign assets in the world’s largest offshore financial centres. All ‘offshore financial centres’ (OFCs) have one characteristic feature in common; they offer very low tax rates and lax regulations to non-residents with the aim to attract foreign financial assets. OFCs essentially undercut ‘onshore’ jurisdictions at their expense. The main beneficiaries are high-net-worth individuals and large multinational corporations that have the capital and expertise required to utilise OFCs. Beyond its geographical connotation the phenomenon of ‘offshore’ represents a withdrawal of public regulation and control, primarily over finance.
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The Knowledge Effect | The World at 7 Billion - Population and the Environment The Knowledge Effect | The World at 7 Billion - Population and the Environment We are proud to be participating in the “7 Billion Actions” campaign, a call to action to highlight the challenges, opportunities and actions that will shape our common future. The goal of the 7 Billion Actions campaign is to promote dialogue about what it means to live in a world with so many people and to encourage action on issues that affect us all as global citizens. Over the next 7 days, we will provide you with 7 infographics that provide a multitude of information about the world’s population. No simple relationship exists between population size and environmental change. Demand for land, water, food and fossil fuels will only increase as world population grows, increasing the stress on the Earth’s limited resources. Today’s graphic shows the different dynamics in this relationship, highlighting emissions, consumption, food, water and more.
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Explore your world We live in a world of 7 billion people, living in seven continents and more than 200 countries. Though family size (fertility) continues to decline in most places, our numbers are projected to rise for years to come. This dashboard allows you to take a closer look at the world population in 2011 and beyond: Check out populations by region or country. Look at the proportion of young and old. See what various paths the future population growth may take.
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The UN predicts the world's population explosion: visualised | Environment The UN predicts the world's population explosion: visualised | Environment Turn autoplay off Edition: <span><a href="https://id.theguardian.com/dashboard?returnUrl=http://www.theguardian.com/environment/datablog/interactive/2011/oct/26/un-world-population-growth">Profile</a></span> Sign in Mobile About us

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Interactive The World of Seven Billion The map shows population density; the brightest points are the highest densities. Each country is colored according to its average annual gross national income per capita, using categories established by the World Bank (see key below). Some nations— like economic powerhouses China and India—have an especially wide range of incomes. But as the two most populous countries, both are lower middle class when income is averaged per capita.
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newspaper map | 10000+ online newspapers in the world, translate with one click newspaper map | 10000+ online newspapers in the world, translate with one click We have indexed all newspapers and plotted their correct locations, in 39 countries. Might have missed some. And most newspapers in another 199 countries, a bunch of them not in their correct locations. Add new ones here: add/correct