New and updated data, tools, and visualizations are key to make sense of and understand climate change, GHG Emissions, and countries’ commitments to reducing their emissions.

Climate Watch is a go-to resource for media, policymakers, and researchers to visualize and download data on global and national emissions trends, track climate commitments, and more. This free online platform is implemented by the World Resources Institute in collaboration with multiple countries, including the UN Climate Change Secretariat, the World Bank and the NDC partnership.

 

Learn more about Climate Watch here and explore some of its key resources below. 

 

Webinar:Data Tools for Assessing New National Climate Commitments

Join WRI’s top climate experts in this special webinar for national governments that will answer questions like: How do the national climate plans submitted thus far stack up? Which ones will likely be submitted next? And what resources and tools are available to access the contents of these national plans and to assess if they are rigorous?

When: December 10, 7am ET (1pm CET) / December 11, 9pm ET (10am CST)
Duration: 1 hr 15 mins each
Registration: here

 

Country Profiles

Review country profiles to see the greenhouse gas targets set by any country.

Sector Profile: Agriculture

Dive into sector profiles for emissions and climate action trends (currently available for agriculture).

Historical GHG Emissions

Analyze historical GHG emissions and future economic and emissions scenarios.

Explore NDCs

Explore Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) of countries as they strengthen their agreements under the Paris Agreement

Compare All Targets

Easily compare information on emissions, climate vulnerability, and national climate targets across multiple countries.

Explore LTS

Track planned actions by mid-century via countries’ Long-term Strategies (LTS), and coming soon, a Net Zero Commitments Tracker.

Climate Watch resources are made available as part of the UN CC:Learn affiliation programme, which highlights high-quality learning products on climate change developed by recognized institutions outside the framework of the UN CC:Learn programme / without support from the UN CC:Learn Secretariat, in accordance with specific affiliation criteria. The objective of the UN CC:Learn affiliation programme is to enhance global climate literacy through the dissemination of high-level learning products that complement UN CC:Learn resources.