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With links to the Christchurch attacker, what is the Identitarian Movement? | Jason Wilson | World news | The Guardian
The far-right movement stokes fears of a ‘great replacement’ and has branches around the world. After the New Zealand massacre, it’s under growing scrutiny
IdentitarianMovement  growth  racism  global  Guardian  2019 
20 days ago by inspiral
Does $60,000 make you middle-class or wealthy on Planet Earth? - The Washington Post
The world is on the brink of a historic milestone: By 2020, more than half of the world’s population will be “middle class,” according to Brookings Institution scholar Homi Kharas.

Kharas defines the middle class as people who have enough money to cover basics needs, such as food, clothing and shelter, and still have enough left over for a few luxuries, such as fancy food, a television, a motorbike, home improvements or higher education.
middleclass  growth  global  income  WashingtonPost  2018 
august 2018 by inspiral
Religion: why faith is becoming more and more popular | News | The Guardian
Faith is on the rise and 84% of the global population identifies with a religious group. What does it mean for the future?
religion  faith  statistics  penetration  Christianity  Islam  Buddhism  Hinduism  global  country  Guardian  2018 
august 2018 by inspiral
Charles Mann: Can Planet Earth Feed 10 Billion People? - The Atlantic
And here is the origin of the decades-long dispute between Wizards and Prophets. Although the argument is couched in terms of calories per acre and ecosystem conservation, the disagreement at bottom is about the nature of agriculture—and, with it, the best form of society. To Borlaugians, farming is a kind of useful drudgery that should be eased and reduced as much as possible to maximize individual liberty. To Vogtians, agriculture is about maintaining a set of communities, ecological and human, that have cradled life since the first agricultural revolution, 10,000-plus years ago. It can be drudgery, but it is also work that reinforces the human connection to the Earth. The two arguments are like skew lines, not on the same plane.

My daughter is 19 now, a sophomore in college. In 2050, she will be middle-aged. It will be up to her generation to set up the institutions, laws, and customs that will provide for basic human needs in the world of 10 billion. Every generation decides the future, but the choices made by my children’s generation will resonate for as long as demographers can foresee. Wizard or Prophet? The choice will be less about what this generation thinks is feasible than what it thinks is good.
agriculture  demographics  growth  forecast  WilliamVogt  NormanBorlaug  Malthus  GreenRevolution  global  TheAtlantic  2018 
january 2018 by inspiral
French the new lingua franca of the world – vraiment? | Steven Poole | Opinion | The Guardian
Emmanuel Macron’s big ambition for the French language is optimistic, but it adds up to nothing more than an enjoyable bit of grandiose rhetoric
French  language  global  EuropeanUnion  review  Guardian  2017 
december 2017 by inspiral
Global PC shipments keep declining, according to Gartner | TechCrunch
In news that should come as absolutely no surprise to anyone who’s been following the industry even peripherally, Gartner notes in a new study that global PC shipments have continued to decline for a fifth straight year. The numbers mark a 3.7 percent year-over-year drop for the fourth quarter of 2016.
PCs  sales  statistics  decline  Gartner  global  Techcrunch  2017 
january 2017 by inspiral
Key findings on international migration | Pew Research Center
Millions of people have migrated from their homes to other countries in recent years. Some migrants have moved voluntarily, seeking economic opportunities. Others have been forced from their homes by political turmoil, persecution or war and have left their countries to seek asylum elsewhere.

To mark International Migrants Day this Sunday, here are our key findings about international migration trends.
migration  refugees  statistics  research  USA  global  Europe  Germany  Russia  UK  UAE  Canada  France  Australia  Spain  Italy  India  Ukraine  Thailand  Pakistan  Kazakhstan  PewResearch  2016 
december 2016 by inspiral
Ericsson Mobility Report – Ericsson
This edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report continues to forecast IoT connections, presenting our findings on a time-to-content study for popular websites, the increased use of live video streaming, as well as a special focus on IoT and its transformational potential. 
mobile  telecoms  internetofthings  onlinevideo  mobilevideo  4G  5G  penetration  global  VoiceoverLTE  mobileinternet  research  statistics  Ericsson  2016 
november 2016 by inspiral
Snapchat Is Reportedly on Pace to Reach 217 Million Users by the End of 2017 | Adweek
An eMarketer report Tuesday revealed that the social app—which claims to have 150 million daily users worldwide—would grow by 27.2 percent during 2016 and then another 13.6 percent next year. That would put Snapchat at 217 million users by the end of 2017. 
In the U.S. alone, there will be 58.6 million users by the end of 2016, said eMarketer. The New York researcher said millennials make up the greatest share of Snapchat's American base, totaling 40.9 million and currently accounting for 70 percent of Snapchat's monthly users. 
Snapchat  penetration  growth  statistics  global  USA  mobilemessaging  Adweek  2016 
august 2016 by inspiral
People are quickly losing interest in Pokémon Go - The Verge
Bloomberg has published some charts by Axiom Capital Management that show daily users and engagement dropping. One chart, using data from analytics firm Apptopia, shows Pokémon Go peaking at around 45 million users in mid-July, during the week or so following its launch. It then begins a decline to somewhere above 30 million daily users last week.
Pokemon  PokemonGo  mobilegaming  penetration  statistics  global  decline  AxiomCapitalManagement  TheVerge  2016 
august 2016 by inspiral
Jihad vs. McWorld - The Atlantic
The two axial principles of our age—tribalism and globalism—clash at every point except one: they may both be threatening to democracy
tribalism  globalisation  democracy  trends  global  author:BenjaminRBarber  TheAtlantic  2016 
august 2016 by inspiral
Facebook Gets Strong Majority of World's Social Ad Spending - eMarketer
Facebook stands tall as the largest recipient of social media advertising dollars in the world—by a long shot. eMarketer estimates that the company, which will report earnings this week, will take in more than two-thirds of social media ad revenues around the globe this year.
socialmedia  onlineadvertising  spend  Facebook  Twitter  global  eMarketer  2016 
july 2016 by inspiral
Nearly One-Third of the World Will Use Social Networks Regularly This Year - eMarketer
Approximately 2.34 billion people, or 32.0% of the global population and 68.3% of internet users, will access a social network regularly in 2016, up 9.2% from 2015. Greater access to the internet, particularly through mobile phones, will drive growth over the coming years, as explored in a new eMarketer report, “Worldwide Social Networks Users: eMarketer’s Estimates for 2016” (eMarketer PRO customers only).
socialmedia  mobilesocial  penetration  global  eMarketer  2016 
july 2016 by inspiral
Daily chart: Measuring a progressive society | The Economist
IT HAS long been said that economic output is too narrow a gauge by which to measure the progress of nations. One of the earliest alternative indicators of progress, the UN’s Human Development Index, was first compiled in 1990 and combines wealth, education and life expectancy to give a broader comparison of living conditions in one country relative to another. But in recent years a plethora of new indices that go “beyond GDP” have emerged. One is the Social Progress Index (SPI), by the Social Progress Imperative, an American think-tank (whose advisory board includes Matthew Bishop, an Economist Group employee), which eschews GDP entirely and focuses on 53 social and environmental output indicators under three headings: basic needs, the foundations of well-being and opportunity.
socialprogress  development  economy  comparison  country  ranking  SocialProgressIndex  SocialProgressImperative  qualityoflife  global  Economist  2016 
june 2016 by inspiral
There's Great News on Inequality and Poverty - Bloomberg View
anders’ concern for the world’s poorest people is laudable. The task of saving humanity from deprivation is arguably the central quest of human history. But Sanders’ facts are a bit out of date. During the past two decades, the global economy has been great for the world’s poor. Across most of the developing world, the have-nots have a lot more than before.
income  incomeinequality  development  developedworld  global  China  India  advocacy  OurWorldInData  author:NoahSmith  Bloomberg  2016 
june 2016 by inspiral
Which are the most corrupt cities in the world? | Cities | The Guardian
Cities around the world – from Mogadishu to London – are under the spotlight for corruption, with heightened focus following the Panama Papers leak. But what does urban corruption look like – and how is it measured?
corruption  cities  localgovernment  global  review  Guardian  2016 
june 2016 by inspiral
The Mobile Economy 2015
The mobile industry continues to scale rapidly, with a total of 3.6 billion unique mobile subscribers at the end of 2014. Half of the world’s population now has a mobile subscription—up from just one in five 10 years ago. An additional one billion subscribers are predicted by 2020, taking the global penetration rate to approximately 60%. There were 7.1 billion global SIM connections at the end of 2014, and a further 243 million machine-to-machine (M2M) connections.
telecoms  mobile  statistics  penetration  mobileinternet  2G  3G  4G  LTE  smartphones  featurephones  traffic  music  profitability  revenues  investment  employment  economy  inclusion  mobilebanking  unbanked  internetofthings  mobilecommerce  identity  security  growth  global  region  Africa  Asia  Europe  LatinAmerica  MiddleEast  NorthAmerica  GSMA  2016 
june 2016 by inspiral
Best World Cities for Traffic: Dallas-Fort Worth, Kansas City, Indianapolis and Richmond |
The 2015 Tom Tom Traffic Index shows that Dallas-Fort Worth has the least overall congestion among world (urban areas) with more than 5,000,000 population. The Tom Tom Traffic Index for Dallas-Fort Worth is 17, which means that, on average, it takes 17 percent longer to travel in the urban area because of traffic congestion.

The Tom Tom Traffic Index rates traffic congestion in nearly 300 world cities. This article examines overall traffic congestion levels in two categories of cities, those with more than 5,000,000 population and those with between 1,000,000 and 5,000,000 population.
traffic  transport  cities  ranking  congestion  global  TomTom  NewGeography  2016 
june 2016 by inspiral
The global state of smoking in 5 charts | The Data Blog
Tobacco use kills 6 million people a year - that’s one person every six seconds.

If left unchecked, this number could rise to 8 million a year by 2030. It’s why efforts such as plain packaging laws highlighted in this year’s World No Tobacco Day are so important.

I’ve taken a look at tobacco use estimates from the WHO’s Global Health Observatory below to get a better idea of where smokers are, how smoking rates have changed over time, and how they vary between men and women. You can find all the data and calculations behind the charts below here.
smoking  tobacco  health  statistics  country  global  WorldHealthOrganisation  WorldBank  2016 
may 2016 by inspiral
Messenger and WhatsApp process 60 billion messages a day, three times more than SMS | The Verge
Facebook's Messenger app was the company's fastest-growing platform in 2015, chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said earlier today at the annual F8 developers conference, and is the second most popular app on iOS globally, just behind Facebook.

At last year's F8, Facebook Messenger was said to have 700 million monthly active users. In January, that number hit 800 million. Now, a few months later, it has ballooned to 900 million monthly users.
WhatsApp  mobilemessaging  penetration  statistics  global  TheVerge  2016 
april 2016 by inspiral
The First Step Toward Global Interoperability | Ripple
Distributed financial technology allows financial institutions in any part of the world to transact directly with each other, enabling faster, cheaper, more transparent transactions across currently disparate systems. One way to enable global interoperability would be for all the world’s banks and other payment systems to share one ledger. This a virtual impossibility, given concerns over privacy and the total abandonment of legacy technology. However, the adoption of a shared universal protocol would allow banks to maintain their own systems and their own architecture while communicating and interoperating securely with the rest of the financial world.

Toward this end, we are working with others in the Web and payments worlds to develop web standard for payments. Just as the Internet was built on open, neutral web standards, the Internet of Value needs a universal payment standard. The W3C (the World Wide Web Consortium), the international organization that creates open web standards like HTML5, is well-positioned to create a global standard for web payments. The W3C Interledger Payments Community Group met last week to discuss using the Interledger Protocol (ILP) as a standard way to enable frictionless transactions across networks. A common web protocol could allow different systems to interoperate, enabling the Internet of Value: a world that exchanges money as it does information today.
payments  realtimepayments  openstandards  global  trends  Ripple  2016 
march 2016 by inspiral
Pew Report: Young, Rich, Educated People Are Most Likely to Have Internet Access - The Atlantic
All over the world, the people who spend the most time online tend to be young, educated, and wealthy. Yet even among older people who have lower incomes and less education, smartphone adoption and Internet usage continues to climb dramatically.

Those were some of the big takeaways from a new Pew Research Center report on global Internet use on Monday. In nearly every country analyzed, in both developed nations and emerging economies, Pew found Millennials (people between the ages of 18 and 34) were much more likely to be Internet and smartphone users compared with those who are 35 and older. “The size of the gap varies by country,” the report says, “but the pattern is universal.”
Internet  penetration  demographics  global  country  review  PewInternet  PewResearch  TheAtlantic  2016 
february 2016 by inspiral
Tracking global bicycle ownership patterns
We mine bicycle ownership data: 150 countries; 1.25 billion households; 1989 to 2012.

Via clustering, we find four groups with bicycle ownership rates in range 20% to 81%.

Globally, 42% of households own at least one bicycle (580 million or more bicycles).

Data and code are publicly available for reproducibility and further exploration.
cycling  statistics  penetration  global  country  research  JournalofTransport&Health  2015 
february 2016 by inspiral
Income inequality: poverty falling faster than ever but the 1% are racing ahead | News | The Guardian
Is the gap between rich and poor widening? It’s not as simple as that, says Dr Max Roser, from the Institute for New Economic Thinking
income  incomeinequality  review  USA  UK  Canada  Ireland  Australia  Germany  Japan  France  Sweden  Denmark  Netherlands  global  comparison  Infographic  author:MaxRoser  Guardian  2016 
february 2016 by inspiral
Facebook brings the world three-and-a-bit degrees of separation closer | Technology | The Guardian
The social media platform used its friend graph to calculate the degrees separating its 1.6 billion members and found it is as few as 3.57 people
Facebook  socialmedia  separation  global  statistics  Guardian  2016 
february 2016 by inspiral
Why taxing global companies is hard - Owen abroad
How we answer this question has big implications for the global distribution of taxes, and hence of the provision of government services. If we tax profits in proportion to sales, then taxes will be mainly due in countries with wealthy consumers.  If we tax profits in proportion to employment, then taxes will be mainly due in countries with cheaper workers.  If we tax profits in proportion to costs, then much will depend on how we treat the value of intellectual property, natural resources, brand values, the cost of capital, and so on.  It will also make a big difference if we compare costs at market exchange rates or at purchasing power parity.
taxation  global  international  review  author:OwenBarder  OwenAbroad  2016 
february 2016 by inspiral
Taco Bell CMO on digital marketing's 7 paradoxes | CIO
Taco Bell's marketing chief Marisa Thalberg says CMOs must overcome, or at least accept, seven key paradoxes if they hope to thrive in the modern marketing world.
TacoBell  marketing  MarisaThalberg  contentmarketing  global  local  sales  loyalty  CIO  2016 
january 2016 by inspiral
World Development Report 2016: Digital Dividends
Digital technologies have spread rapidly in much of the world. Digital dividends—that is, the broader development benefits from using these technologies—have lagged behind. In many instances, digital technologies have boosted growth, expanded opportunities, and improved service delivery. Yet their aggregate impact has fallen short and is unevenly distributed. For digital technologies to benefit everyone everywhere requires closing the remaining digital divide, especially in internet access. But greater digital adoption will not be enough. To get the most out of the digital revolution, countries also need to work on the “analog complements”—by strengthening regulations that ensure competition among businesses, by adapting workers’ skills to the demands of the new economy, and by ensuring that institutions are accountable.
internet  telecoms  mobileinternet  education  infrastructure  development  statistics  penetration  employment  global  Africa  Vietnam  WorldBank  2016 
january 2016 by inspiral
World's refugees and displaced exceed record 60 million: U.N. | Reuters
The number of people forcibly displaced worldwide is likely to have "far surpassed" a record 60 million this year, mainly driven by the Syrian war and other protracted conflicts, the United Nations said on Friday.
refugees  statistics  global  UNHCR  Reuters  2015 
december 2015 by inspiral
Fintech 100
The financial services industry is facing a wave of digital disruption that is starting to reshape the sector. The Fintech 100 celebrates the top companies this bold new space: the 50 leading established players creating change within financial services, and 50 of the emerging fintech stars of tomorrow.

The Fintech 100 offers an in-depth view of the most exciting startups and organisations taking advantage of technology to revolutionise the industry. The report is a collaborative effort between H2 Ventures and KPMG.
fintech  global  ranking  KPMG  H2Ventures  2015 
december 2015 by inspiral
How connected is your city? Urban transport trends around the world | Cities | The Guardian
Cities in numbers: The densest cities can be the most efficient, lively and sustainable – but only if they boast effective management and design to minimise overcrowding and pollution
cities  density  transport  publictransport  trends  research  London  NewYork  HongKong  global  RockefellerFoundation  Guardian  2015 
november 2015 by inspiral
Mobile Messaging to Reach 1.4 Billion Worldwide in 2015 - eMarketer
Mobile phone messaging apps will be used by more than 1.4 billion consumers in 2015, up 31.6% on the previous year according to eMarketer’s first ever worldwide forecast for these services.

Worldwide, that means 75% of smartphone users will use an over-the-top (OTT) mobile messaging app at least once a month in 2015.
mobilemessaging  forecast  growth  global  LatinAmerica  Asia  AsiaPacific  NorthAmerica  WesternEurope  Europe  MiddleEast  Africa  eMarketer  2015 
november 2015 by inspiral
Climate Change and Economic Production by Country
Our paper, published online Oct 21st 2015 in the journal Nature, seeks to answer two main questions:
In recent years, how has economic output around the world been affected by changes in temperature and precipitation?
What do these historical responses imply about the potential future impacts of climate change?
climatechange  globalwarming  economy  impact  country  global  Stanford  2015 
october 2015 by inspiral
Global Wealth Report - Credit Suisse
Now in its sixth edition, the Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report is the most comprehensive and up-to-date source of information on global household wealth.
wealthy  wealth  highnetworth  country  region  statistics  global  CreditSuisse  2015 
october 2015 by inspiral
The global economy is in serious danger - The Washington Post
The strongest explanation for this combination of slow growth, expected low inflation and zero real rates is the secular stagnation hypothesis. It holds that a combination of higher saving propensities, lower investment propensities and increased risk aversion have operated to depress the real interest rates that go with full employment to the point where the zero lower bound on nominal rates is constraining.
economy  global  recession  secularstagnation  author:LawrenceSummers  WashingtonPost  2015 
october 2015 by inspiral
Android Now Has 1.4 Billion 30-Day Active Users Globally | TechCrunch
Google’s mobile platform now has 1.4 billion 30-day active users globally. Google CEO Sundar Pichai revealed the new Android-related data point at its Nexus event in San Francisco today.
Android  penetration  global  mobileoperatingsystems  Techcrunch  2015 
october 2015 by inspiral
Free Digital Marketing Article | eMarketer
Facebook will drive growth and capture nearly 65% of social network ad revenues in 2015
onlineadvertising  socialmedia  Facebook  Twitter  growth  global  forecast  revenues  eMarketer  2015 
september 2015 by inspiral
Celebrating a Community of 400 Million - Instagram Blog
We are thrilled to announce that the Instagram community has grown to more than 400 million strong. While milestones like this are important, what really excites us is the way that visual communication makes the world feel a little bit smaller to every one of us.
growth  penetration  statistics  Global  Instagram  2015 
september 2015 by inspiral
Ericsson Mobility Report - Ericsson
Ericsson Mobility Report is one of the leading analyses of data traffic available, providing in-depth measurements from the world’s largest selection of live networks spread all around the globe.
The report uses those measurements and analysis, together with internal forecasts and other relevant studies, to provide insights into current traffic and market trends in today’s Networked Society.
We update the report regularly, ensuring that it always provides relevant and current information.
mobile  mobileinternet  internetofthings  smartphones  statistics  global  forecast  Europe  MiddleEast  NorthAfrica  NorthAmerica  SouthEast  Asia  NorthEastAsia  Ericsson  2016 
june 2015 by inspiral
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