The Shortlist: Maps, Places & Spaces
Charts, graphs, and plenty of maps showing how people move, settle, cultivate & otherwise transform our world.
:: See the Shortlisted works in Maps, Places & Spaces
Cartographers Of North Korea
By Wonyoung So, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Earth At Night, Mountains Of Light
By Jacob Wasilkowski
Ocean Shock: The Planet’s Hidden Climate Change
By Reuters - Maurice Tamman; Matthew Green; Mari Saito; Shannon Stapleton; Edgar Su; Sylvain Cherkaoui; Pedro Nunes; Issei Kato; Clodagh Kilcoyne; Audrey Anderson; Adam Weisen; Jillian Kitchener; Matthew Stock; Clodagh Kilcoyne; Andrew Garcia Phillips; Maryanne Murray; Matthew Weber; Sarah Slobin; Troy Dunkley; Catherine Tai; Pete Hausler; Charlie Szymanski
The Future Of Arctic Shipping
By The Wall Street Journal - Yaryna Serkez, Renée Rigdon, Costas Paris
By OneSoil Team
In A Warming World, The Fight For Water Can Push Nations Apart - Or Bring Them Together
By Quartz and The Texas Observer - Zoë Schlanger, Naveena Sadasivam, Daniel Wolfe, David Yanofsky
Learning From Toronto. An Experiment In Participatory Urban Data Visualization (Part 1)
By York University - Andrea Giambelli
Trails Of Wind
By Figures CC - David Elsche, Steffen Hänsch, Sascha Collett
A Flight Against Time
By Jordan Vincent
Mercator. It’s A Flat, Flat World
By TASS Russian News Agency - Authors: Daria Donina, Timur Fekhretdinov; Editors: Sabina Vakhitova, Kristina Nedkova; Illustrator: Anastasia Zotova; Art director: Anton Mizinov; Translator: Andrei Starkov; Style editor: Philip Aghion
The Fight For Nigeria's Heartland
By Reuters - Michael Ovaska, Lea Desrayaud, Afolabi Sotudne, Ryan McNeill, Alexis Akwagyiram; Editing by Giles Elgood
How The UK Transformed Its Electricity Supply In Just A Decade
By Carbon Brief - Simon Evans: wrangled data and wrote analysis; Rosamund Pearce: created interactive
:: See the full 2019 Shortlist
Discover each category:
- Arts, Entertainment & Culture
- News & Current Affairs
- Leisure, Games & Sport
- Maps, Places & Spaces
- People, Language & Identity
- Politics & Global
- Visualization & Information Design
- Science & Technology
I'm shortlisted - what happens next?
If you are on the Shortlist, expect an email from us with next steps - including information on your free tickets to our London ceremony, 20 November. If you haven't heard from us drop us a line to ensure we have an up-to-date contact for you.
Not shortlisted but want to hear the results live in London? We'll have a limited number of public tickets available - stay tuned for information on how to book.
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