Learn more about climate change and possible global emissions pathways.
The CAIT 2.0 U.S. State GHG emissions collection applies a consistent methodology to create a six-gas, multi-sector, and comparable data set for all U.S. states. CAIT 2.0 enables data analysis by allowing users to quickly narrow down by year, gas, state, and sector.
WRI analysis finds that Tennessee can reduce its CO2 emissions 41 percent below 2011 levels by 2020. These reductions would meet or exceed ambitious EPA power plant emissions standards.
The CAIT 2.0 Country GHG emissions collection applies a consistent methodology to create a six-gas, multi-sector, and internationally comparable data set for 186 countries. CAIT 2.0 enables data analysis by allowing users to quickly narrow down by year, gas, country/state, and sector.
Learn more about the global carbon budget.
This map shows the average exposure of water users in each river basin to water stress, the ratio of total withdrawals to total renewable supply in a given area. A higher percentage means more water users are competing for limited supplies.
UNFCCC Annex I and Non-Annex I Emissions from 1990 - 2010 This data is excluding Land Use Change and Forestry.
Comparative Map of Energy and Land Use Change and Forestry Emissions 2009
This visualization shows the countries with the highest total emissions in the year 2010. It compares the total values with emissions per capita, per GDP and cumulative from the year 1990.