The Energy Landscape in 2015

The Energy Landscape in 2015

Understanding energy challenges and solutions is critical to making informed energy decisions—an essential skill for all citizens. Comparing the world’s projected energy consumption and global population density illustrates both where in the world energy is used and our universal need for it.

This map is one side of a double-sided poster from the Connect! Transform the Future program. Click here to see the full poster.

Grades

6 - 12

Subjects

Geography, Human Geography

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Researcher
Alexander Stegmaier, National Geographic Maps
Designer
Maggie Smith, National Geographic Maps
Editors
Sean P. O'Connor, BioBlitz Education Consultant
Christina Riska Simmons
Wind and Solar Data
other
Last Updated

May 20, 2022

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