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2016/11/14 – Annual update of the Global Carbon Atlas released on 14 November 2016 at 13:01 (Paris time).

2015/12/07 – Annual update of the Global Carbon Atlas released on 07 December 2015 at 17:01 (Paris time).

22/01/2014 – Great solutions to help us gain more insight from the data presented in the Global Carbon Atlas.

The data downloaded from Emissions application is used to make a few data visualisations by Tim Brock (Data to Display) http://datatodisplay.com/demonstrations/co2/

He wrote a couple of blog posts using the data for illustrative purposes.  

http://datatodisplay.com/blog/interpreting-data/carbon-dioxide-blame-game/
http://datatodisplay.com/blog/chart-design/communicating-changes-rank-time/

2013/12/04 - The presentation of the Global Carbon Atlas (version 20 November 2013) is available for downloading in two formats, PowerPoint (13.8MB) and PDF (2.7MB).

2013/11/27 - The Global Carbon Atlas was officially launched on November 20 at the PNB Paribas headquarters in Paris. During the first week since the launch, the Atlas received over 24,000 unique visitors from 164 countries. A variety of media run articles about the new Atlas and blogger’s quickly understood the potential of the atlas in enabling in minutes to put together an emission profile for a country or region. See a great example picked up from the web: http://www.carbonbrief.org/blog/2013/11/5-facts-about-europes-carbon-emissions/

2013/11/20 - Australian emissions have been corrected and are accessible from the Emissions application.

2013/11/19 /Emissions/Australian emissions 2011, 2012/ Emissions data for Australia for years 2011 and 2012 have been removed because of an issue reported in cement emissions.