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Climate Maps

Maps maps maps. Can we ever really get enough?

Maplecroft, the UK organization specializing in the coverage of the non-financial performance of global corporations and governments we discussed in December, has just released updated versions of some of its key environmental maps: carbon resources; greenhouse gas emissions; climate change; and renewable energy use. These maps give a geographic presentation to useful data resources.

The maps require the latest version of Flash to operate properly.

(Via NextBillion)


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