Climate Impact by Area
Ranked by carbon intensity of electricity consumed (gCO2eq/kWh)

This map shows how much CO2 is emitted to produce your electricity, in real-time. We color areas around the world by their Carbon Intensity (includes all greenhouse gases) of electricity consumed there. Greener colors means more climate friendly electricity.

Arrows on the map indicate flows of electricity between different areas. Tap on an area to see more information about the origins of its electricity.

Wind and solar energy production depend on the weather. Press the sun and wind buttons to display the real-time strength of wind and sunshine throughout the world.

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Carbon Intensity
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(gCO2eq/kWh)

Carbon intensity in the last 24 hours
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Carbon intensity:
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