Information is Beautiful on Doha and carbon emissions gives you all the relevant info on CO2, such as how much have we released already and how much more can we release while preserving livable habitats for future generations. You will also find the type of extreme climate scenarios we may face if we don’t manage to reach certain targets – well as I said an awful lot of data yet presented in such a accessible way!
Another cool thing about this is that all the actual data is ready for you in a google spreadsheet – and if you feel inspired to bring out a certain aspect of what you see you may just go right ahead!
On the other hand I know I shouldn’t get too carried away about the beautiful visual nor even the fact that it’s open data, because in fact what this information brings across so well is disturbing. We will lose species even in the “save scenarios”, as well as crops. Extreme weather events will make life in many parts of the world more difficult, and hurricanes become an even more recurrent situation to deal with. And like I said, that’s not even the “business as usual”, the “worst case” scenario.