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Climate TRACE

Climate TRACE
Radical Transparency
for global emissions
Explore current GHG emissions

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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How Climate TRACE Works

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Getting Clear on Satellite Imagery

Jul 26, 2022

Getting Clear on Satellite Imagery

From Climate TRACE’s inception, using satellites to track human-caused greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to their sources has been a cornerstone of our technology-centric approach. But why satellites? How do they play a role? And which satellites are we using?.

This Al Gore-backed coalition is trying to hold climate polluters accountable

Jul 22, 2022

This Al Gore-backed coalition is trying to hold climate polluters accountable

You can’t reduce carbon emissions if you don’t know where they’re coming from. And up until now, measuring who was emitting what and when was nearly impossible. Climate TRACE, though, is trying to change that by tracking greenhouse gas pollution around the world using satellites, machine learning and other tech..

What are Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML)?

Jul 12, 2022

What are Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML)?

Climate TRACE employs both artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) techniques to measure global greenhouse gas emissions. In this explainer, we take a closer look at what exactly that means. .

Understanding Greenhouse Gases

Jul 07, 2022

Understanding Greenhouse Gases

Greenhouse gases (GHGs) are gases in the earth’s atmosphere that trap heat and contribute to global warming of the planet via the greenhouse effect. In this article, we take a closer look at what they are, where they come from, and why they matter..

Collision Conference 2022: Using AI & satellites to spot every source of GHG emissions on Earth

Jun 29, 2022

Collision Conference 2022: Using AI & satellites to spot every source of GHG emissions on Earth

In this session, Gavin McCormick – who, alongside former US vice president Al Gore, is a founding member of Climate TRACE – explains why he's come to believe that emissions transparency is poised to reshape the climate fight..

About Climate Trace

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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.