About Climate TRACE
Climate TRACE (Tracking Real-Time Atmospheric Carbon Emissions) is a collaborative initiative aimed at providing precise, real-time tracking of global greenhouse gas emissions using artificial intelligence, satellite image processing and other remote sensing technologies along with academic research and publicly available data.Visit Climate TRACE website
Climate TRACE Emissions Inventory
Climate TRACE (Tracking Real-Time Atmospheric Carbon Emissions) is a collaborative initiative aimed at providing precise, real-time tracking of global greenhouse gas emissions using artificial intelligence, satellite image processing and other remote sensing technologies along with academic research and publicly available data.
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|Type of data|
The source reports emissions in TCO2e/Tproduct, which have been converted to kgCO2e/kg to ensure consistency in the database.
|Type of license|
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Public License with the exception of the coal mining asset level data that have been made available from Global Energy Monitor under a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
|Data quality assurance|
Vetted by Climatiq
The source reports emission factors in CO2 only or CH4 only and does not include the impact of other GHGs.
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