Which Nations are Really Responsible for Climate Change?
By Duncan Clark & Guardian Interactive Team, The Guardian
There are many ways to view the world's carbon emissions: by national totals or emissions per person; by current carbon output or historical emissions; by production of greenhouse gases or consumption of goods and services; by absolute emissions or economic carbon intensity.
A screenshot from the interactive map. Click here to view the full map on Guardian's website.
The Guardian's interactive map allows you to browse all of these different measurements, each of which provides a different insight.
Together they highlight the complexity of divvying up responsibility for climate change and some of the tensions at the heart of the global climate negotiations.
Reprinted with permission.