The Chart Gallery 12/23: The Best Climate Change Charts of 2019

Posted by Maddie Hall on 12/23/19 12:17 PM

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2019 may have come and gone, but climate change is here to stay. Here are five of our favorite and most informative climate change visualizations of 2019:

Britain is setting an example to the world

Britain has spent much of the decade transitioning to cleaner forms of energy than coal. The country’s efforts have been successful: there were many days in 2019 with zero coal burned for power!

Saving the planet takes work!

The road to zero greenhouse gas emissions worldwide is daunting but here’s what you can do to help:


Chilling statistics

To put global warming into perspective, since 1973 the Earth has lost enough Arctic ice equivalent to half the size of Europe.


Hot and Cold

The Earth is absolutely getting warmer, but the pendulum swings both ways. Case in point, polar vortices are more prevalent than ever as they leave freezing temperatures in their wake.

How much?

The United States produces more CO2 emissions than the entire European Union!

That's all for today's edition of The Chart Gallery.

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