Case Countries

CASE COUNTRIES

A total of nine countries participated in country-level case studies to better understand the current level of land resilience.

Australia

 Population (in millions): 26.5
 Total Area (square kilometers): 7,741,220
 GDP (PPP): $1.313 Trillion
 Percentage of Urban Population (%): 86%
 Hazards: Flooding, Cyclone, Wildfire, Drought

Colombia

 Population (in millions): 49.99
 Total Area (square kilometers): 1,141,748
 GDP (PPP): $750 Billion
 Percentage of Urban Population (%): 77%
 Hazards: Flood, Landslide, Epidemic

Indonesia

 Population (in millions): 261.1
 Total Area (square kilometers): 1,904,456
 GDP (PPP): $3.492 Trillion
 Percentage of Urban Population (%): 55%
 Hazards: Earthquake, Tsunami, Flooding, Landslide, Typhoon

Nigeria

 Population (in millions): 185.99
 Total Area (square kilometers): 923,770
 GDP (PPP): $1.169 Trillion
 Percentage of Urban Population (%): 49%
 Hazards: Flood, Wildfire, Drought, Extreme Temperature

Turkey

 Population (in millions): 80.81
 Total Area (square kilometers): 783,562
 GDP (PPP): $857.7 Billion
 Percentage of Urban Population (%): 69%
 Hazards: Flood, Earthquake, Landslide, Extreme Temperature

Chile

 Population (in millions): 17.57
 Total Area (square kilometers): 756,096
 GDP (PPP): $481 Billion
 Percentage of Urban Population (%): 90%
 Hazards: Wildfire, Earthquake, Landslide, Extreme Temperature, Volcanic Eruption

India

 Population (in millions): 1324.17
 Total Area (square kilometers): 3,287,263
 GDP (PPP): $8.701 Trillion
 Percentage of Urban Population (%): 31%
 Hazards: Flood, Landslide, Extreme Temperature, Drought, Typhoon

Nicaragua

 Population (in millions): 6.16
 Total Area (square kilometers): 130,375
 GDP (PPP): $35.75 Billion
 Percentage of Urban Population (%): 58%
 Hazards: Flood, Wildfire, Earthquake, Tsunami, Hurricane, Landslide, Drought

Tunisia

 Population (in millions): 11.52
 Total Area (square kilometers): 164,000
 GDP (PPP): $144.2 Billion
 Percentage of Urban Population (%): 69%
 Hazards: Flood, Wildfire, Drought, Extreme Temperature