The infographic below is part of our Economic Times blog series.
It provides an overview of the economic realities facing our society and how you can use the infographic to learn more about economic issues.
The infographic contains information about three economic metrics:economic efficiency, economic times, and scarcity.
The infographic presents data about the following key indicators:economic output, the amount of money people earn, and consumer spending.
This infographic also gives an overview about the economic impacts of climate change and how to mitigate them.
We have collected a wealth of information on climate change, but we also want to highlight a few other economic indicators.
The chart below shows the percentage of GDP that is derived from taxes, tariffs, and tariffs on imports.
The chart also shows the size of the economy in terms of GDP.
The larger the size, the more goods and services are produced and consumed by people, thus the higher the GDP.
It also shows that the number of jobs in the economy is increasing.
The number of people working in the country is also increasing.
When it comes to climate change policy, we know that the impact is more severe for the poorer nations.
It means that there are more people affected by climate change impacts.
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) also has a detailed report that gives an analysis of climate impacts on vulnerable communities.
To see the full infographic, please click on the image below.
To download the full report, please visit the UNDP website.
This infographic was created by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), a global economic intelligence firm.
This article was originally published in December 2017 and is updated on a daily basis.