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Figures from the Global Carbon Budget 2019

This web page is only a repository for the figures presented in the Global Carbon Budget 2019. For details and explanations, please refer to the Global Carbon Project's website. Full scientific documentation is available in Friedlingstein et al. 2019.

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These figures appear in the Global Carbon Project's 2019 release. For additional details, and explanations of all figures, please view the full presentation available here. Zip files containing all these figures are available here.

Visualise these data interactively using the Global Carbon Atlas, where you can download longer time-series for all countries.

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To download figures or data, use the Download menu to the upper right of each figure. The precision provided in the data files is not indicative of certainty. For example, the data file says that global emissions in 2018 were 36.444 GtCO2, but this should be quoted as 36.4 GtCO2. CSV data files have been prepared for many but not all figures on this page.


Slide 08
Atmospheric CO2 concentration
Slide 09
Perturbation of the carbon cycle
Slide 11
Global fossil fuel and cement emissions
Slide 12
Global fossil fuel and cement emissions
Slide 15
Emissions of the top six emitters
Slide 16
Per-capita emissions of the top six emitters
Slide 20
Global emissions from coal, oil, gas and cement
Slide 21
Global emissions from coal, oil, gas and cement
Slide 21
Contributions to change: Countries
Slide 22
Contributions to change: Categories
Slide 30
Fossil emissions by sector
Slide 31
Coal emissions by sector
Slide 32
Oil emissions by sector
Slide 33
Natural gas emissions by sector
Slide 35
Global energy use by category
Slide 36
Changes in global energy consumption
Slide 39
Energy use: European Union (28)
Slide 42
Global land-use change emissions
Slide 43
Global fossil and LUC emissions
Slide 47
Global carbon budget
Slide 48
Growth rate of atmospheric CO2
Slide 49
Airborne fraction
Slide 50
Ocean carbon sink
Slide 51
Terrestrial carbon sink
Slide 52
Latitudinal variability of fluxes
Slide 54
Changes to atmospheric CO2 since 1850
Slide 55
Forecast of atmospheric concentration
Slide 63
Global CO2 emissions by region
Slide 64
Global CO2 emissions per capita
Slide 65
Global emissions and economy
Slide 66
Global emissions and intensity of the economy
Slide 67
Emissions intensity of the top four emitters
Slide 69
Emissions intensity and GDP by country
Slide 70
Emissions per capita and population by country
Slide 71
Comparing perspectives on emissions
Slide 79
Consumption-based emissions for the top four
Slide 80
Per capita Consumption-based emissions
Slide 81
Consumption-based emissions for OECD
Slide 82
Production to consumption
Slide 83
Extraction to consumption
Slide 85
Cumulative share of emissions by country
Slide 85
Global emissions by source
Slide 86
Cumulative share of emissions by continent
Slide 86
Share of global emissions by source
Slide 90
Per-capita emissions by continent
Bonus Figure
Global energy use by category
Bonus Figure
Mitigation curves for 1.5C
Bonus Figure
Mitigation curves for 2C

Selected country figures

Saudi Arabia
Kaya Identity
South Africa
Kaya Identity
United Kingdom
Kaya Identity
United States of America
Emissions
United States of America
Emissions
United States of America
Kaya Identity

Selected figures in units of CO2-C

Slide 08
Atmospheric CO2 concentration
Slide 11
Global fossil fuel and cement emissions
Slide 12
Global fossil fuel and cement emissions
Slide 14
Emissions of the top four emitters
Slide 15
Emissions of the top four emitters
Slide 16
Per-capita emissions of the top four emitters
Slide 20
Global emissions from coal, oil, gas and cement
Slide 21
Global emissions from coal, oil, gas and cement
Slide 21
Contributions to change: Countries
Slide 22
Contributions to change: Categories
Slide 35
Global energy use by category
Slide 36
Changes in global energy consumption
Slide 39
Energy use: European Union (28)
Slide 42
Global land-use change emissions
Slide 43
Global fossil and LUC emissions
Slide 47
Global carbon budget
Slide 48
Growth rate of atmospheric CO2
Slide 49
Airborne fraction
Slide 50
Ocean carbon sink
Slide 51
Terrestrial carbon sink
Slide 52
Latitudinal variability of fluxes
Slide 54
Changes to atmospheric CO2 since 1850
Slide 63
Global CO2 emissions by region
Slide 64
Global CO2 emissions per capita
Slide 66
Global emissions and intensity of the economy
Slide 67
Emissions intensity of the top four emitters
Slide 69
Emissions intensity and GDP by country
Slide 70
Emissions per capita and population by country
Slide 71
Comparing perspectives on emissions
Slide 79
Consumption-based emissions for the top four
Slide 80
Per capita Consumption-based emissions
Slide 81
Consumption-based emissions for OECD
Slide 85
Cumulative share of emissions by country
Slide 85
Global emissions by source
Slide 86
Cumulative share of emissions by continent
Slide 86
Share of global emissions by source
Slide 90
Per-capita emissions by continent
Bonus Figure
Global energy use by category

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