Greenhouse gas (GHG) map visualizes gas emissions

The United Nations Climate Change Secretariat (UNFCCC) in collaboration with Googlers created a map that visualizes greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions generated by a number of industrialized countries, aimed to give scientists, decision-makers, media and the general public a new way to navigate data collected since 1990, for understanding climate change leading into the upcoming negotiation of a new climate […]

The United Nations Climate Change Secretariat (UNFCCC) in collaboration with Googlers created a map that visualizes greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions generated by a number of industrialized countries, aimed to give scientists, decision-makers, media and the general public a new way to navigate data collected since 1990, for understanding climate change leading into the upcoming negotiation of a new climate change agreement in Copenhagen at the end of this year. The greenhouse gas map allows you to gradually move from a very high-level view (e.g. the changes in emissions between 1990-2006 in the screenshot above) to a detailed analysis down to country level.

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