About Teal

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.

Teal is a free climate data visualisation tool developed by World Energy and Meteorology Council (WEMC), which draws information from the European Union‘s Copernicus Services and enables you to visually and interactively explore the following from 1950 to near real time:

  • Carbon emissions
  • Climate variables (air temperature, precipitation levels, wind speed and solar radiation)

Teal caters to all audiences – but especially the youth – with its uncomplicated interface and smooth user experience.

Start using Teal today by watching the intro video below. Or if you are already acquainted with it, simply close the video pop-up to start exploring it.

How to use it

Follow the steps below or check this video to facilitate your navigation through Teal’s resources:

  1. Select a variable from the coloured icons at the top of the page;
  2. Hover over the desired country to get the data related to it;
  3. By clicking on a country, you’ll get graphs showing how the selected data evolved over time
  4. Add filters by clicking on the two icons on the left-hand side of the page to explore additional data features.

Tip! –  Click on the map to rotate the globe.

Why Teal? Learn more about the importance of climate data from the video below.

Contact Teal

Teal would like to hear from you! Send them feedback on the tool at [email protected]

For further information about Teal or the World Energy & Meteorology Council, click here.

Follow Teal

Get first-hand updates from Teal on Instagram. 


Teal is a tool powered by Copernicus, and developed by the World Energy and Meteorology Council with support from Climate Change Service and SECLI-FIRM.

UN CC:Learn affiliation programme

Teal Tool is made available on the UN CC:Learn Knowledge-sharing Platform as part of the UN CC:Learn affiliation programme, which highlights high-quality learning products and resources 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 and resources that complement UN CC:Learn resources.