Infographics

 

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Seven Compound Climate-Fragility Risks Threaten States and Societies [Infographic]

Seven Compound Climate-Fragility Risks Threaten States and Societies [Infographic]

Source: adelphi, A New Climate for Peace, 2015

Topics: Climate Change, Conflict Causes

Added: 25/06/2015

 

This infographic was recently published in A New Climate for Peace, an independent report commissioned by the G7 members. It illustrates the ways in which climate change, along with other global pressures, can exacerbate or create a variety of threats, such as local resource competition or sea level rise.

 

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Heat Map: Where Is the Highest Risk of Water Conflict? [Infographic]

Heat Map: Where Is the Highest Risk of Water Conflict? [Infographic]

Source: adelphi, A New Climate for Peace, 2015

Topics: Conflict Causes, Cooperation, Renewable Resources

Added: 25/06/2015

 

This infographic was recently published in A New Climate for Peace, an independent report commissioned by the G7 members. It examines interactions regarding water resources on a global scale, quantifying interactions and hostile events within major watersheds.

 

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Risk Factors around Natural Resources [Infographic]

Risk Factors around Natural Resources [Infographic]

Source: adelphi, A New Climate for Peace, 2015

Topics: Conflict Causes

Added: 25/06/2015

 

This infographic was recently published in A New Climate for Peace, an independent report commissioned by the G7 members. It highlights three key risk factors that increase the likelihood that competition over natural resources will escalate into conflict.

 

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Rain-Fed Agriculture and Conflicts [Infographic]

Rain-Fed Agriculture and Conflicts [Infographic]

Source: adelphi and A New Climate for Peace, 2015

Topics: Conflict Causes, Land, Renewable Resources

Added: 25/06/2015

 

This infographic was recently published in A New Climate for Peace, an independent report commissioned by the G7 members. It categorizes the limiting resource, and thus the driver of conflict, in rain-fed vs. irrigated agricultural socieites.

 

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Conflict Minerals: Still Early Days Despite Deadlines [Infographic]

Conflict Minerals: Still Early Days Despite Deadlines [Infographic]

Source: EBN, 2015

Countries: Democratic Republic of the Congo

Topics: Extractive Resources, Governance

Added: 17/06/2015

 

The infographic provides key information on conflict minerals in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the impact of Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Act on conflict minerals trade.

 

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Can You Use Big Data to Track an Elephant Poacher? [Interactive Map]

Can You Use Big Data to Track an Elephant Poacher? [Interactive Map]

Source: Foreign Policy, 2015

Author(s): Kalev Leetaru

Topics: Governance, Renewable Resources

Added: 17/06/2015

 

Using the Global Database of Events, Language, and Tone (GDELT) Project, which monitors local media around the world (and live-translates it from 65 languages, along with Google's BigQuery system and CartoDB's online mapping platform), this map offers a glimpse through the nearly 30,000 articles relating to wildlife and environmental crime monitored by GDELT from Feb. 19...

 

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Out of Africa: The Minerals that Make the World Go Round [Infographic]

Out of Africa: The Minerals that Make the World Go Round [Infographic]

Source: Cable News Network, 2013

Countries: Democratic Republic of the Congo, Guinea , Mozambique, Nigeria

Topics: Extractive Resources

Added: 14/05/2015

 

From laptops to cell phones, cars to airplanes, all kinds of everyday products are made using minerals that come from Africa. It’s no exaggeration to say that the world depends on Africa’s natural resources.   Those resources are crucial exports for many African countries, and while resource wealth doesn’t always benefit ordinary people, there is no doubt...

 

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Where Do Blood Diamonds Come from? [Infographic]

Where Do Blood Diamonds Come from? [Infographic]

Source: Master’s in Business

Countries: Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo, India, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Sierra Leone

Topics: Extractive Resources

Added: 14/05/2015

 

What is a blood diamond? A diamond mined in a war zone to finance: An insurgency, an invading army’s effort, or a warlord’s activity.

 

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The New Political Economy of Resources [Infographic]

The New Political Economy of Resources [Infographic]

Source: Chatham House, 2013

Topics: Conflict Causes, Extractive Resources, Governance, Land, Renewable Resources

Added: 14/05/2015

 

Resource insecurity has come back with a vengeance. The new political economy of resources is driven by the scale and speed of demand growth from emerging economies and a decade of tight commodity markets.   Whether or not resources are running out, the outlook is one of supply disruptions, volatile prices, accelerated environmental degradation and rising political...

 

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The Cost of Conflict in the Extractive Sector [Infographic]

The Cost of Conflict in the Extractive Sector [Infographic]

Source: Center for Social Responsibility in Mining, 2014

Topics: Extractive Resources

Added: 14/05/2015

 

The Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining at The University of Queensland (UQ), and the Harvard Kennedy School have published new research that has uncovered the true scale of the costs companies incur when they come into conflict with local communities.   The research interviewed professionals in the mining, oil and gas industries and examined case studies...

 

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