Countries urgently need to increase funding for the Green Climate Fund (GCF) to ensure it delivers predictable support for advancing climate action in developing countries. How much should each country give? This calculator allows you to explore potential divisions of financial contributions, using objective data.
Learn how securing water and shale gas could strengthen energy security while cutting emissions.
This infographic, based on IPCC data, depicts the likely consequences of various emissions pathways ranging from a low-carbon future to a fossil fuel-intensive one.
Learn more about securing community forest rights to combat climate change.
For the top 10 US state emitters, shown in this graph, the results are varied.
This CAIT 2.0 project graph reveals 2010 data of power plant capacity by initial year of operation.
Cutting power sector emissions is not new at the state level. According to the 2011 U.S. data available through CAIT 2.0, 42 states reduced their emissions relative to 2005, the baseline used in the U.S. GHG reduction pledge.
The power sector comprises the largest share of U.S. GHG emissions, contributing nearly one-third of all emissions from all sectors.
The CAIT 2.0 U.S. data, together with data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), show the historic trend of power sector CO2 emissions. Between 1973 and 2005, U.S.
The emissions landscape within states can be diverse. This graph shows the percentage of state GHG emissions that come from the power sector (in blue).
The CCS Regulatory Comparison Matrix 2.0 is an update of an [earlier tool](/media/data/ccs-matrix-v1.html).