Least surprising part? Americans still love their cars.
This short video is a simple explanation of the global carbon budget.
Each year, the world produces about 1,471 pounds of edible food for every person on the planet. We only eat about half of that. What happens to the rest? This video breaks it down.
The difference between a country’s extraction, production and consumption emissions are what we call "carbon gaps." Here's a look at how different countries compare.
In 2010, human activity caused 50 gigatonnes of greenhouse gas emissions. Here's how the sources compare.
We can better understand our electricity use -- as a country and at home -- if we break it down by sector and category.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.