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The Global Carbon Project released the new 2014 Global Carbon Budget

This is the annual update of the Global Carbon budget and trends released for the UN Climate Summit 2014 (23 Sept., New-York).

The Global Carbon Atlas, including global and national CO2 emissions of 2013, and the translation of the Atlas is now available in 4 additional languages (French, Chinese Mandarin, Russian, and  Spanish).

The Global Carbon Atlas is a platform to explore and visualise the most up-to-date data on carbon fluxes resulting from human activities and natural processes. Human impacts on the carbon cycle are the most important cause of climate change.

More information on the Global Carbon Atlas.

From the Global Carbon Project (GCP) website you can access:

  • Data files for the carbon budget (all major CO2 sources and sinks)
  • Emissions at the country level including year 2013
  • ppt presentation with highlights and high quality figures for download
  • Other associated analyses and links on how to access the journal papers

More information on these elements.

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