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Climate Scoreboard

The Climate Scoreboard  is a new tool (using the C-ROADS model created by Sustainability Institute, MIT, and Ventana Systems) which represents the long-term climate impacts (till 2100) of proposals which are currently under consideration in the Copenhagen negotiations to produce a global climate treaty. It shows the Business as Usual scenarios, current proposals and the goals for target emissions. This scoreboard will be updated automatically, in real time, showing how the progress in the talks compare with the goals.

The Climate Scoreboard can be embedded in blogs, websites, Facebook pages, newletters and so on. Please share with the world asap, so that many people, both leaders and the public can become aware of the goals during the Copenhagen talks, and that it may influence action.

climate scoreboard

Watch the video explaining the Climate Scoreboard here:

 

Visit the Climate Scoreboard website here for further science and information. You can also follow the site on Twitter.

There’s also an interesting Powerpoint explaining the scoreboad on the Climate Interactive website the highlight of which is this path of emissions growth and the results.

 

Global COe emissions Climate Interactive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks to ECO Singapore for the sharing the site. A Youth delegation from ECO Singapore is taking part in various consultations and activities at Copenhagen. You may follow their updates here.

You may also be interested in:

Interview with the “Youth against Climate Change” – a youth delegation from ECO Singapore visiting Copenhagen during COP15

The Impact of a Global rise in temperature of 4 deg Celsius

How to talk to a climate sceptic : A comprehensive resource

A 350 ppm emergency pathway by the Stockholm Environment Institute

350 vs 450: The heart of the matter by Grist.org

The different meanings of CO2e explained

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