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The European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS), established in 2005, puts limits on companies' allowed carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. These companies are able to buy and sell their emission allowances, creating the world's first major carbon market.
Avengers Assemble! In this #VOTD, Jade Wimpey visualizes data on the superhero dream team. Explore the viz to see each character's status, length of service, and comic book appearances.
PATH is helping the government of Zambia use data and analytics to fight malaria. The views in this Viz of the Day are on the front line, helping government officials and health workers make better decisions about where, when, and how to deploy their resources.
How large is the city you live in? Luiza Bez visualizes cities from around the world, specifically those with a population greater than 15,000.
For #ProjectHealthViz, Zunaira Rasheed visualized the prevalence of arthrosis (also known as osteoarthritis) in men and women in the EU in the year 2014.
Poverty and food loss in Japan is an issue that often goes unnoticed. Ash Shih helps us understand poverty and food loss, and describes how Japan Food Bank is combatting it.
Sean Miller uses reference lines on this population pyramid chart to visualize the differences in members for each gender across the same age group. Want to learn how to create reference lines for your own pyramid chart?