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Climate TRACE

Greenhouse Gas

About Climate TRACE

Our Vision

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 and provide this data freely to the public.

Our Approach

How Climate TRACE Works

How Climate TRACE Works

Most human economic activities release greenhouse gases into the Earth's atmosphere. We use satellites and other remote sensing technologies to spot these emissions activities

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Latest Projects

Data In Action

Data In Action

The States and Regions Remote Sensing Project (STARRS) illustrates the value of collaboration in generating independent greenhouse gas emissions data.

News & Insights

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Inside the Post-Pandemic Power Sector’s Emissions Ups and Downs
powerplant emissions
Apr 25, 2024

Inside the Post-Pandemic Power Sector’s Emissions Ups and Downs

WattTime - Coalition member WattTime dug deeper into G20 countries’ power sector emissions trends for electricity generation — all cataloged in the detailed Climate TRACE data — and found three interesting trends 1) countries whose emissions climbed straight through the pandemic and have continued rising, 2) countries whose emissions fell but didn’t rebound, and which have continued falling, and 3) countries whose electricity emissions underwent sharp booms and busts.

Conversations with the Coalition: Ted Nace
Head shot of Global Energy Monitor executive director Ted Nace
Apr 02, 2024

Conversations with the Coalition: Ted Nace

We recently talked with Ted Nace, Executive Director of Global Energy Monitor (GEM), a nonprofit that develops and analyzes data on energy infrastructure, resources, and uses.

As Arctic ice thaws, questions around Arctic shipping heat up
A container ship navigates Arctic waters amidst an expanse of white sea ice.
Feb 26, 2024

As Arctic ice thaws, questions around Arctic shipping heat up

Ocean shipping could climb significantly in the years ahead, with maritime trade expected to triple by 2050. But there are concerns that the changing climate will open up previously unnavigable or unviable trade routes — especially in the Arctic.


Independent Greenhouse gas Emissions Tracking

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