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From nation to city-level emissions, measuring adaptation vs. mitigation, tracking climate finance from the public and private sectors, understanding international climate targets and the action necessary to meet them needs a wealth of facts. Information exists for several elements of climate adjust, but with hundreds of platforms and numerous datasets, it can be hard to distinguish the finest facts for a unique need to have, or to uncover exactly where information gaps exist.
This interactive visual shows a matrix of much more than 80 significant climate information platforms, displayed by subject (x-axis) and geographic level/scale (y-axis). Customers can also view this information as a filterable table or download it straight.
Possible use situations consist of:
- Climate information analysts can uncover the most relevant platform for their particular subject and the level at which they function.
- Funders and information creators can pinpoint information gaps, verify if there are current platforms on a topic to prevent redundancy of new function, or leverage synergies by developing on current function.
- City planners can uncover information on peer cities’ emissions and climate actions, as effectively as how these actions could possibly relate to national-level targets.
- Selection makers hunting for particular information on policy, finance or other subjects can uncover relevant information for different scales, comparing policy or investment from different cities, nations or regions.
Some of the notable patterns discovered in curating this dataset consist of: an overarching concentrate on mitigation, power and nation-level information quite a few platforms showcasing comparable datasets and a common lack of upkeep, even on very carefully constructed datasets. These all underscore a clear need to have to strengthen the world’s climate-associated information infrastructure.
This Information Visualization is element of our Climate System. Attain out to Irene Berman-Vaporis for much more facts.
Johannes Friedrich, Hannah Roeyer, Sam Lumley and Denisse Delmonte
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