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Globometer
Discover with Globometer the world's statistics in real-time by means of a counter that runs before your eyes. For this purpose, statistics from nationally and internationally reknown organisations are used and converted using the Globometer algorithm in numbers since the beginning of the year and of your connection. These numbers are mere extrapolations and should be understood as such..

Number of hectares of forest destroyed in the world

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Each year in the world, more than 9.5 million hectares of forest disappear which is the equivalent of 18 football fields per minute. The causes of this deforestation are multiple. There are natural causes such as fires and diseases but they are essentially human.
The consequences of this deforestation have a direct impact on the functioning of the planet, generating natural disasters, reducing biodiversity, affecting the water cycle and the climate for global warming.
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Number of deaths worldwide
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56.26 million people die each year. Every second, two people die in the World. Africa and especially African children are heavily concerned with more than 12 million deaths annually. An estimated 29,000 children die every day on the planet.
The three main causes of death are:
- Cardiovascular diseases: 7.3 million victims.
- Respiratory infections and pneumonia: more than 6.7 million.
- Cerebrovascular disease: 6.15 million victims. Read more

Number of births in the world
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132675000 children are born every year somewhere in the world. This is just over 4 births per second. It is estimated that over 50% of the population lives in an area where the fertility rate is below 2.1 children per woman.
The world population has reached, for the first time in History, 7 billion people this year with a very unbalanced birth rate varying from 8 / 1000 in some countries of Western Europe to more than 50/1000 in countries of sub-Saharan Africa.

Dog excrements, although some believe them to bring good luck, are a real calamity in many capitals and major cities worldwide. In Paris, 150 000 dogs living in the capital are responsible for pollution estimated at over 16 tons of dog > Read more

Dog excrements in Paris
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Dog excrements, although some believe them to bring good luck, are a real calamity in many capitals and major cities worldwide. In Paris, 150 000 dogs living in the capital are responsible for pollution estimated at over 16 tons of dog excrement daily and the €183 fine incurred by those who wouldn't pick up their pet's feces do not seem, given the state of Parisian sidewalks, efficient foolproof. Read more

Customers of McDonald's ® restaurants
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Every second, 700 visitors open the door of one of the 32,000 McDonald's® restaurants that exist on the planet. This represents a total of 60 million customers daily. The fast food chain is present in 118 countries and employs 1.7 million people. For 2011, revenues amounted to $ 24 billion. The downside: an estimated 790 000 tons of packaging waste each year > Read more

Sexual assaults in the World
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According to official figures from the UNODC, more than 1 million people are victims of rape and sexual assaults in the world. These figures unfortunately only reflect a small part of reality. Indeed, the majority of complaints for sexual crimes are only partially listed in some countries, only one in twenty rapes is declared. It is estimated that for a woman in South Africa, the risk of being raped is higher than her chances of learning to read. > Read more

Number of cigarettes smoked in the world
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Every day, 11 billion cigarettes go up in smoke in the world. There are more than 127,000 cigarettes smoked per second. Out of the 1.1 billion smokers worldwide, an estimated 20% are women. Far from stagnating, this figure should increase to 1.6 billion by 2025. If no efficient anti-smoking campaign is put in place quickly, tobacco is expected to cost one billion humans their lives over the next century. > Read more

Environment

Air pollution
Emissions of toxic gases, oxygen consumption and release
Forest
Causes and consequences of deforestation, wood management
Biodiversity
endangered species and those threatened with extinction


Water pollution
the main factors of water pollution and consequences
Energy
Solar, wind, oil, nuclear
Global warming
greenhouse gases, issues of global warming
The fight against GMOs
risks and benefits, global and national production
Waste recycling
Waste, recycling economy, waste treatment

Population

Worldwide birth rates
National and international births
Worldwide mortality
Causes of death in France and around the world

Health

The human body
Circulation, respiration, degeneration
Causes of death
diseases, violent deaths, suicides, epidemics, smoking, drugs
Diseases
Contagious diseases, AIDS, cancer, cardiovascular diseases
Addictions
Drugs use, cocaine, heroin, tobacco, cannabis, drugs, pharmaceuticals

Food

Farming
Consumption of meat, milk and cheese, eggs, consequences of intensive farming
Fishing
Consumption of fish, fishing industry, consequences of overfishing
The common foods
Sugar, cereals, beverages, fruits and vegetables
Beverages
Sodas, alcoholic beverages, mineral water, coffee, tea
Restauration
Traditional restaurants, fast food

Society

Society facts
Education, sexuality, habits
Internet figures
number of internet users, websites, e-commerce, facebook
Job Statistics
Job market, unemployment, wages
Economy
Commerce, big companies, the stock market
Pets
Pets, nuisances, wildlife trade, animal testing

Consumption

Computing
Computers, monitors, mp3, tablets
Raw materials
Fuel, water, uranium, coal, minerals
Economy
Commerce, big companies, the stock market
Clothing
Shoes, Jeans, Birkenstock, Footbal shirts
Beauty Products
shampoos, creams, make-up
The common foods
Sugar, cereals, beverages, fruits and vegetables

Criminality

Deaths
Fatal assaults and violent deaths in the world
Thefts and violent thefts
burglary, snatching, car theft
Rapes and sexual assaults

Rape, fondling, sexual assault

Drugs trafficking
Drugs turnover, consummers
Car thefts
Car thefts worldwide
Burglary
Burglary worldwide und weltweit
identity theft
identity theft, Phishing, Internet-criminality.
Human trafficking
Human trafficking, house slavery, Sex slavery.

Leisure

Cultural activities
Cinema, theater, museums, music, reading
Sports
Physical activities, team sports, licensed
Tourism figures
Campings, hotels, holiday destinations
Sports and Games
Computers, casinos, sports activities

Transport

The figures of the automotive sector
traffic, production, pollution
Cycling
Sales, production, practices
Air transport
Air traffic, airports, passengers, destinations
Railway transport
Railway traffic, network, passengers, destinations