ENVIRONMENTAL NEWS & INTEL DESK
ENVIRONMENT DESK: CURRENT ENVIRONMENT INSTABILITY MEASUREMENTS FOR BRAZIL & PERU
CHART DESCRIPTION: Real-Time Environment & Natural Disaster Instability DataChart of select countries as reported through global, multilingual news reports and discussion captured per day. Key areas of focus include stories/reports related to natural disasters, water scarcity, climate change and many others. Note: While correlative patterns can be seen between countries, it is also important to observe/monitor fluctuations in an individual country’s historical data.
This display represents a simple synthetic "instability" measure for the given countries offering a basic, but insightful, view of the current level of conflict and instability involving the selected country over the past 365 days.
To better represent multiple datasets in a single chart, the data is normalized with the initial day being a value of "100" and all subsequent days calculated accordingly based on the initial value of "100". Therefore, any day with a value above "100" represents an increase of instability from the initial day charted. Likewise, any day with a value below "100" represents a decrease of instability from the initial day charted.
Basic forecasts based on linear regression calculations of the total datasets are available for this chart.
For more analytics, visit the Environment & Natural Disaster Analytics Dashboard which provides additional trends and insights to help understand existing and emerging threats to Environment & Natural Disaster stability.
ENVIRONMENTAL INFOGRAPHICS & MAPS
ENVIRONMENT & NATURAL DISASTERS ANALYTICS
The Environment & Natural Disasters Analytics Dashboard shows trends and insights to help understand existing and emerging threats to regional stability. For additional in-depth analytics, the S.A.I.F. Platform includes subscription based access and custom reports with advanced analytics, powerful tracking, and robust management tools for government agencies, policy experts, and corporate clients.