Here's a look at 140 years of global surface temperatures, highlighting the ten coldest and warmest years since 1880.
Tropical deforestation is a culprit of carbon emissions—which makes protecting forests crucial to keep to the Paris Agreement 1.5°C pathway.
Coal came under scrutiny for its high carbon emissions at COP26, but many countries are forecasted to increase coal production until 2024.
Despite being the world's biggest carbon emitter, China is also a key producer of most of the critical minerals for the green revolution.
Where are the world's forests still shrinking, and where are they seeing net gains? We map deforestation by country between 1990-2020.
Here's a look at the 3 scopes of emissions that comprise a company's carbon footprint, according to the Greenhouse Gas Protocol. (Sponsored Content)