Thursday, March 29, 2012

Carbon map

The Guardian's reports on a cool (well, hot) site called The Carbon Map which show where carbon comes from and who is most affected by climate change. Geography. Population. Emissions. Who's at risk.
On the website they morph into each other as you choose different criteria. You can also break it down by nations rather than continents, and factor in CO2 per capita (combined with the carbon footprint of all goods and services consumed, below), % change in emissions over the last two decades (combined with areas with the largest numbers of people at risk of climate-change related disasters, below that), etc.

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