Global climate change

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Statista Dossier about global climate change

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    • Global historical CO2 emissions from fossil fuels and industry 1750-2020

    • Global ocean temperature anomalies 1880-2021

    • Northern Hemisphere's sea ice extent in December 1980-2021

    • Global climate risk index 2019, by select country

    • Climate Change Performance Index 2022, by country

    • Public belief in the climate emergency worldwide 2020, by country

    • Annual global emissions of carbon dioxide 1940-2020

    • Global carbon dioxide budget from anthropogenic sources 2010-2020

    • Global increase in abundance of key greenhouse gases 1750-2020

    • Global carbon dioxide emissions 1965-2020, by region

    • Largest global emitters of carbon dioxide by country 2020

    • Global carbon dioxide emission intensity by select country 2018

    • Global land and ocean temperature anomalies 1880-2021

    • Minimum Arctic sea ice extent 2007-2021

    • Global economic losses from weather catastrophes 2007-2021

    • Global regional temperature change by decade 1910-2019

    • Worldwide investment in clean energy 2004-2019

    • Global clean energy investment growth rate 2005-2021

    • Global renewable energy investments 2019, by region

    • Global renewable energy consumption 2000-2020

    • Countries with NDCs and set laws and policies for emissions 2018

    • Global green bonds issued 2019, by leading country

    • Global investment in carbon capture and storage 2018-2020, by region

    • World population - forecast about the development 2015-2100

    • Global CO2 emissions 2018-2050

    • Global energy-related CO2 emissions by fuel type 1990-2050

    • Global emissions of air pollutants by compound 2015-2050

    • Potential regional carbon capture investment 2020-2030

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