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Climate TRACE

Independent
Greenhouse Gas
Emissions
Tracking

About Climate TRACE

Our Vision

Our Vision

We make meaningful climate action faster and easier by mobilizing the global tech community to track greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions with unprecedented detail and speed and provide this data freely to the public.

Our Approach

How Climate TRACE Works

How Climate TRACE Works

Most human economic activities release greenhouse gases into the Earth's atmosphere. We use satellites and other remote sensing technologies to spot these emissions activities

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Latest Projects

Data In Action

Data In Action

The States and Regions Remote Sensing Project (STARRS) illustrates the value of collaboration in generating independent greenhouse gas emissions data.

News & Insights

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Altana's Value Chain Management System now incorporates point-source greenhouse gas emissions data from Climate TRACE
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Jul 18, 2024

Altana's Value Chain Management System now incorporates point-source greenhouse gas emissions data from Climate TRACE

Altana, the world’s first Value Chain Management System, announced a strategic collaboration with Climate TRACE, a non-profit coalition of organizations which has built a timely, open, and accessible inventory of site-specific greenhouse gas emissions data.

Climate TRACE and Clean Air Fund explore estimating PM2.5 and other non-GHG co-pollutant emissions from assets globally
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Jun 28, 2024

Climate TRACE and Clean Air Fund explore estimating PM2.5 and other non-GHG co-pollutant emissions from assets globally

Supported by the Clean Air Fund, coalition member Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHUAPL) explores the potential of adapting Climate TRACE methodology to PM2.5 and other non-GHG forms of air pollution.

Inside Texas’s power sector paradox
Oil pump in front of wind turbines
Jun 25, 2024

Inside Texas’s power sector paradox

The United States’ clean energy leader is also its number-one source of electricity emissions. Welcome to the Lone Star State, aka the China of the U.S. in terms of fossil fuel historical dominance — as well as record-setting wind and solar.

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Independent Greenhouse gas Emissions Tracking

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