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Climate TRACE

Climate TRACE
Radical Transparency
for global emissions
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ACROSS COUNTRIES, SECTORS, AND INDUSTRIES

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Data sources: Top 20 Polluters 2015 - 2020.
Transparency
Climate Action
STARTS WITH A CLEARER PICTURE
PINPOINTING EMISSIONS SOURCES

THAT HAVE PREVIOUSLY BEEN HIDDEN FROM VIEW

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WE ARE A climate COALITION With
A Vision of Radical Transparency
WE BUILT CLIMATE TRACE

TO MAKE MEANINGFUL CLIMATE ACTION FASTER AND EASIER

About Climate Trace

CLIMATE TRACETHE PLATFORM FOR INDEPENDENT EMISSIONS REPORTING.

WHY TRACE EMISSIONS?

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We built Climate TRACE to make meaningful climate action faster and easier by tracking greenhouse gas emissions with unprecedented detail, speed, and trusted independence.

A CLEAR VIEW OF EMISSIONS

EXPLORE 2020 EMISSIONS DATA ACROSS ALL MAJOR SECTORS OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMY

EXPLORE INVENTORY GLOBAL EMISSIONS
UNPRECEDENTED TRANSPARENCY THROUGH INDEPENDENT ESTIMATES

Compare oil refining emissions across all countries

EXPLORE INVENTORY COMPARE COUNTRY EMISSIONS
EXPLORE THE HUMAN ACTIVITIES THAT LEAD TO GHG EMISSIONS

Global emissions from steel production increased 16% between 2015 - 2020

EXPLORE INVENTORY COMPARE EMISSIONS BY TIME

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Climate TRACE was built to collect and share greenhouse gas emissions from anthropogenic (human) activities to facilitate climate action .

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Climate TRACE Releases First Comprehensive, Independent Database of Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Sep 16, 2021

Climate TRACE Releases First Comprehensive, Independent Database of Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The inventory, which spans the years 2015–2020, reveals striking insights about recent emissions trends across 10 sectors and 38 subsectors of the global economy..

Satellites may hold countries to their Paris pledges

May 12, 2021

Satellites may hold countries to their Paris pledges

Environmental agreements are hard to enforce without independently verified data. But the availability of high-quality satellite imagery — combined with advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning — allows for real-time monitoring of carbon emissions, deforestation and other activities..

A wave of carbon emissions data soon will be upon us

Feb 09, 2021

A wave of carbon emissions data soon will be upon us

A radical increase in available carbon emissions data may be just around the corner. Should it happen within a matter of months as proponents hope, its effects will spread around the world to dramatic effect..

Al Gore: Where I Find Hope - NY Times Oped

Dec 12, 2020

Al Gore: Where I Find Hope - NY Times Oped

In November of next year, all of the signatories to the Paris Agreement will meet in Glasgow with a mandate to reduce greenhouse gas emissions much faster than they pledged to do in 2015. What will be new in Glasgow is transparency..

Why We Must ALL Invest In Solutions To Save Our Planet

Nov 25, 2020

Why We Must ALL Invest In Solutions To Save Our Planet

Make no mistake about it, carbon accounting is the new sustainability. And thanks to innovators like Climate TRACE, which uses AI and satellites to pinpoint both quantity and sources of human-caused emissions, greenwashing will be a thing of the past..

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Our vision

We make meaningful climate action faster and easier by mobilizing the global tech community to track greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions with unprecedented detail and speed.