Fossil Fuel CO2 Emissions

(a) Updates of Figure 5 in Hansen and Sato (2001) "Trends of measured climate forcing agents" and (b) same quantities as in (a) but in linear scale (also in PDF.) [Last modified: 2021/08/17]
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Global energy consumption and CO2 emissions. PDF. [Last modified: 2021/08/18] .

Updatehttps://journals.plos.org/plosone/article/file?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0081648&type=printables of Figure 16 in Hansen (2003), "Can we defuse the global warming time bomb?" [Figure also in PDF. Last modified: 2021/08/19.

With IPCC (2013) RCP scenarios

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With IPCC (2021) SSP scenarios

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Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center at Appalachian State University, Boone North Carolina, https://energy.appstate/CDIAC Authors: D. Gilfillan, G. Marland, T. Boden, and R. Andres. 2019 Data are used for 1751-2016. BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2019 data are used for extensions to 2019.

Updates of Figure 2 in Hansen (2013), "Assessing 'Dangerous Climate Change'" [Actual data through 2019. Figure also in PDF. Last modified: 2020/08/11]

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