Maps & Data
This bubble chart shows the water and energy intensity of various industries. The bubble size is proportional to revenue (2013 figures). Source: Bloomberg Terminal (accessed summer 2015).
The Aqueduct projected water stress country rankings data include countries’ projected exposure to baseline water stress.
Aqueduct Water Stress Projections Data
The Aqueduct Water Stress Projections Data include indicators of change in water supply, water demand, water stress, and seasonal variability, projected for the coming decades under scenarios of climate and economic growth.
Aqueduct Global Maps 2.1 Data
Aqueduct Global Maps 2.1 Data include indicators of water quantity, water variability, water quality, public awareness of water issues, access to water, and ecosystem vulnerability.
The Aqueduct Global Flood Risk Maps provide current and future river flood risk estimates in urban damage, affected GDP, and affected population by country, river basin, and state.
The Aqueduct Global Flood Risk Country Ranking ranks 163 countries by their current annual average population affected by river floods.
The Aqueduct Global Flood Analyzer is a web-based interactive platform which measures river flood impacts by urban damage, affected GDP, and affected population at the country, state, and river basin scale across the globe.
The India Water Tool Version 2 (IWT 2.0) is an online tool for companies and other users to understand their water-related risks and prioritize actions toward sustainable water management.
Learn how securing water and shale gas could strengthen energy security while cutting emissions.
Water stress at shale plays around the world. 20 labeled countries have the world’s largest technically recoverable shale gas resources. Circle color indicates average water stress level across a country’s shale plays—circle size indicates overall volume of recoverable shale gas resources.