Climate accountability as a fulcrum
for climate stewardship.

 

Half of global historic fossil fuel and
cement emissions of CO2 since 1988

The Climate Accountability Institute is today releasing an analysis
of global fossil fuel and cement emissions of CO2 since 1751 that calculates
the proportion emitted since 1988 ‹ when the evidence and risks of
human-caused warming first became widely known.

Worksheet on historic CO2 emissions from 1751 to 2014, with half since 1988.

Peter Frumhoff (Union of Concerned Scientists Blog)
"Global Warming Fact: More than Half of All Industrial CO2 Pollution Has
Been Emitted Since 1988"

 

 

Carbon Majors Update to 2013

The Climate Accountability Institute is today releasing an update of the
Carbon Majors Project — detailing the emissions traced to the major industrial carbon producers in the oil, natural gas, coal, and cement industries — through the year 2013.

Press Release on Carbon Majors Update to 2013,
Lima, Peru, 8 December 2014

Summary worksheets and charts below

 

Carbon Major Entities Cumulative Emissions to 2013 Ranked (PDF)

Carbon Majors cumulative emissions to 2013 Alphabetized (PDF)

Summary of all Carbon Majors by fuel, compared to global CO2 emissions 1751-2013 (PDF)

Chart of Carbon Majors and Global CO2 emissions 1810-2013

Chart of Carbon Majors and total historic emissions 1751-2013

Chart of Carbon Majors by ownership and total historic emissions 1751-2013

Chart of Top Twenty companies, in percent of global CO2 and methane from 1751 to 2013

Chart of Top Six Carbon Majors, annual attributed emissions 1910 to 2013

Chart of All Carbon Majors by emission sources

Carbon Majors emissions traced to Oil & NGL production (PDF)

Carbon Majors emissions traced to Natural Gas production (PDF)

Carbon Majors emissions traced to Coal production (PDF)

Carbon Majors emissions traced to Cement production (PDF)

Half of all global industrial CO2 emissions since 1751 emitted from 1988 through 2014