Chaos Map resources
We formally launched the Global Chaos Map Project in October 2019, with a workshop in Cambridge that featured speakers from humanitarian aid charity the START Network and insurance brokers Willis Towers Watson.
Download our speakers' presentations here.
Crisis anticipation – START Network
Quantifying risk: the tyranny of numbers? – Jonathon Gascoigne, Willis Towers Watson
The Global Chaos Map Project – Davide Natalini and Mel Phadtare
The Global Chaos Map Project has been featured on a number of high-profile channels, including:
- The Independent, Deaths linked to violent unrest over food, water and fuel insecurity 'to rise in coming years'
- Yahoo! Finance, Environmental stress is already causing death – this chaos map shows where
- Scroll.in, This map shows that climate chaos is already claiming lives (including in India)
- Daily Mirror, Chaos Map shows violent deaths will 'soar' in 10 years due to food and water shortages
- The Daily Mail, Chaos Map shows where deaths caused by unrest over shortages of food, water or fuel have happened across the world since 2005 as authors say future will only be more violent
- News 24, La carte du chaos montre où les morts causées par les troubles resultant d'une pénurie de nourriture, d'eau ou de carburant
- Reuters, 'Chaos map' charts global deaths from water, food and fuel disruption
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