40+ maps about people and the world we live in,  Where the world's people live, by economic status

40 more maps that explain the world

Where the world's people live, by economic status. US should be blue and purple. 40 more maps that explain the world - The Washington Post

Poverty is not only found it in the developing world; it affects over three million Canadians, including 600,000 children.  This infographic explores which groups are most likely to live in poverty in our country, how Canada ranks internationally, and more.

Other Infographics - Canada Infographic. Poverty In Canada. The Cost Of Poverty In Canada. Canada: Poverty And Socio-Economic Issues.

50 Insane Facts about Canada; 1 of which includes the fact that Canada is the best G20 country in which to be a woman!

50 Insane Facts about Canada [Infographic] Canada is a North American country consisting of ten prov

How Humans Run the Earth: World Population Growth infographic. Lots of interesting (and surprising) info! #infographic #populationgrowth #worldstats

How Humans Run The Earth: Tracking our population explosion and the effects it has on our world (and each other)

A #map of "Where people don't live in Canada." 2011 #Canadian #Census. (Check out the link for other cool maps.) From buzzbuzzhome.com

Lose yourself in the 14 coolest maps of 2014

Everyone knows most of Canada is uninhabited, but seeing really is believing. OK, no humans is a bit of an exaggeration But even a more exact map shows a whole lot of nothing Because let's be real,.

Canada is a massive country, yet it has one of the lowest population densities in the world. Despite this, Canadians have made a wide impact on their land, much of it visible from aerial and satellite photography. Hydroelectric facilities, roads, mines, farms, ports, resource exploration, logging, canals, cities, and towns have altered much of the landscape over the years.

Human Landscapes of Canada

Powerful images that show the overpopulation of the world.

Urban Animal: Waves of Humanity - Population Speak Out