Climate Change Dashboard

State of the World and Impacts of Global Climate Change

CO2 PPM - Trends in Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide

Trends of CO2 PPM from 1958 to the latest available date (Mauna Loa series)

Data are sourced from the US Government's Earth System Research Laboratory, Global Monitoring Division. Two main series are provided: the Mauna Loa series (which has the longest continuous series since 1958) and a Global Average series (a global average over marine surface sites).

CO2 PPM - Trends in Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide

Annual growth rate of CO2 level (Mauna Loa series)

Global CO2 Emissions from Fossil Fuels

CO2 Emissions from fossil-fuels annually since 1751 till 2014

Description: Global CO2 Emissions from fossil-fuels annually since 1751 till 2014. Data Data comes from the Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center (CDIAC).

Global Growth Rate of CO2 Emissions from Fossil Fuels per Capita

CO2 Emissions from fossil-fuels annually since 1751 till 2014

World population trend

Population figures for countries, regions

Description: Population figures for countries, regions (e.g. Asia) and the world. Data comes originally from World Bank and has been converted into standard CSV.

China population trend

Population figures for China from 1960 to 2016

USA population trend

Population figures for USA from 1960 to 2016

Global temperature

Global Temperature Time Series

Global Temperature Time Series. Data are included from the GISS Surface Temperature (GISTEMP) analysis and the global component of Climate at a Glance (GCAG). Two datasets are provided: 1) global monthly mean and 2) annual mean temperature anomalies in degrees Celsius from 1880 to the present.

Mass of glacier

Average cumulative mass balance of reference Glaciers worldwide

Average cumulative mass balance of "reference" Glaciers worldwide from 1945-2014 sourced from US EPA and the World Glacier Monitoring Service (WGMS). This is cumulative change in mass balance of a set of "reference" glaciers worldwide beginning in 1945.

Sea level rise

Global Average Absolute Sea Level Change, 1880-2014

Description: Global Average Absolute Sea Level Change, 1880-2014 from the US Environmental Protection Agency using data from CSIRO, 2015; NOAA, 2015.

This data contains “cumulative changes in sea level for the world’s oceans since 1880, based on a combination of long-term tide gauge measurements and recent satellite measurements.

Which countries had most of carbon emission in 2014?

CO2 Emissions from Fossil Fuels since 1751, By Nation

Which countries had most per capita carbon emission in 2014?

CO2 Emissions from Fossil Fuels since 1751

What is carbon emission trend in China?

CO2 Emissions from fossil-fuels annually

What is carbon emission trend in the USA?

CO2 Emissions from fossil-fuels annually