Finding a Community's Greenhouse Gas Contributions
Only by measuring a community's greenhouse gas footprint can we appreciate the impact of our changes. Each community makes a different contribution to global warming, a contribution that varies by climate, income, density, and power mix. In this beta, the United States' 30,000 cities are compared using familiar Google Maps or Google Earth, and employing a database reflecting the diversity of a community's greenhouse gas footprint. Each city is represented by an icon showing whether their global warming contribution is greater or less.
Begin searching by either completing the form, or starting a Google Earth session using the network link. Clicking the city icon will begin to show what a community can do. We show the mix that generates a community's global greenhouse footprint, and introduce an early version of a calculator to show impacts of household choices. Our service has been customized to serve states, universities and the private sector. We welcome your feeback and interest.
States, Largest Cities within 1,000 Miles
Cities over 200,000 within about 300 Miles
Cities over 50,000 within about 50 Miles
Cities over 10,000 within about 20 Miles
All Communities within about 10 Miles
Relative Emission Level
Red and Yellow
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Explore the greenhouse gas emission using Google Earth. First, follow the link to install the Version 4 Beta of Google Earth. You must update Google Earth. Then click the link to download the greenhouse gas network link.
1) Install Google Earth
2) Download Greenhouse Gas Layer
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