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Thailand under Water 5: the Worst, the Best and What In-Between

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This announcement came across my email today. It gives easy access to climate data worldwide. (With another news that the world price for coffee has risen by 7% -- sp, coffee fuelled map lookers beware. ;-)

...another update to CAIT 2.0, WRI’s Climate Data Explorer! We’ve recently published all of our international greenhouse gas emissions data on the Google Public Data Explorer, which uses the Gapminder technology from Hans Rosling’s famous Ted Talk. This platform enables you to explore the history of emissions in a much more interactive way through maps and other dynamic charts. ...

[Go to <http://www.google.com/publicdata/explore?ds=cjsdgb406s3np_&ctype=l&strail=false&bcs=d&nselm=h&met_y=emissions&fdim_y=emission_type:co2&scale_y=lin&ind_y=false&rdim=region&idim=country:185:36:143:77:85&ifdim=region&ind=false&xMax=180&xMin=-180&yMax=-75.53829844414042&yMin=82.38064167499421&mapType=t&icfg=z4fano7krp1dr4_%253A9%253Acountry%26%26128:-76:-22:&iconSize=0.5> and tick the box for Thailand to get a comparison with other high flyers in Asia.]

The data includes our expanded time series of international emissions that covers more than 160 years of emissions data and 50 years of socio-economic data. The strength of the Google Public Data Explorer is that it shows many dimensions of socio-economic and emissions developments at the same time.

Visit the Google Public Data Explorer <https://community.wri.org/NetCommunity/page.redir?target=http%3a%2f%2fgoo.gl%2f66qXO7&srcid=15815&srctid=1&erid=1058945&trid=a91b3684-c95e-4f06-9cf8-72d6ef63b702>
now and discover all the new ways to interact with CAIT 2.0 data!