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Maplecroft maps is a JAVA script-driven world atlas showing maps and information from economic, social, political and environmental perspectives. Using a world map as a base, users can zoom and click on any country to get more information. The maps are attractive but the interface is a bit crowded; better to use the full-screen mode if you plan on spending any time with it. The maps are intended to This innovative tool is “to raise awareness amongst corporations, government and non governmental organisations, academics and students of how an organisation’s operations interact with wider society, and how the risks and opportunities generated can be responsibly managed through stakeholder engagement and partnership.” Also included is a disasters map.

By way of Very Spatial

3 Responses to “Maplecroft maps”

  1. Anonymous Anonymous 

    Thank you for this nice blog. Just to let you know we are working on the interface and we are also launching a new set of maps in the new year. Plus movies of the maps in operation to try and make the material more accessible. If you log on and submit your name to receive our fortnightly bulletin Ethical Insight via our web site, you will receive all this map news automatically.

    All best for the Holidays,


  2. Anonymous Anonymous 

    New user interface for Maplecroft Maps.

    Monday 22nd May 2006. Maplecroft announce the re-launch of it's popular interactive map site. An all new user interface, and map projection greatly increases the accessibility and usability of the application for visitors wishing to learn about major issues facing the planet in social, environmental, political and economic contexts. See: http://maps.maplecroft.com

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