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.
WRI mapped water scarcity data with plant locations for the largest publicly listed power generation companies in Southeast Asia.
Note: This map was updated in December, 2010. View the most recent version here.
This map shows areas where global forests have great potential for recovery.
This map shows the percentage of households that cannot afford to use soap, a measure from the census showing the lack of basic necessities.
This map shows the percentage of households relying on open sources of drinking water, such as lakes, streams, etc., and therefore at risk of waterborne diseases attributed to unsafe sources.
This map shows the densities of households without access to improved sanitation in each subcounty.
The more darkly shaded areas have the highest density of households without adequate sanitation,
Uganda: Poverty Density in Rural Subcounties That Failed HSSP I Target for Improved Sanitation Facilities
This map displays the poverty density (the number of poor people per square km) for subcounties that had not achieved Uganda’s interim national rural target of 58 percent improved sanitation coverag