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2015
highest emitter
lowest emitter

Carbon Budget

2.0
50%

Allocation Rule

2030
Per Capita

Trading Scenario

100%

Countries

Groups

Coalition

CEPII
GCAM

Allowances 

Financial Flows 

Total Costs 

Summary Tables 


 Groups 
a - c
d - j
k - p
q - z

 Countries 
a - c
d - j
k - p
q - z

Allowances (Mt of CO2


Allowances per person 


Abatement targets (Mt of CO2


Domestic abatement (Mt of CO2


Transfers (Mt of CO2

Emissions (Mt of CO2


Emissions per person 


Financial Flows (millions) 


Financial Flows (share of GDP) 


Decarbonisation Costs (millions) 


Decarbonisation costs (share of GDP) 


Total Costs (millions) 


Total Costs (share of GDP) 


Historical Emissions and Global Emissions Budget 

Allowances

Allowances (Per Capita) 

Annual Flows (millions) vs. Price of Permits ($ per tonne CO₂) 

Financial Flows 

Financial Flows (share of GDP) 

Decarbonisation Costs 

Decarbonisation Costs (share of GDP) 

Total Costs 

Total Costs (share of GDP) 

About

Comments? Feedback? Found any bugs?
We'd love to hear from you! Get in touch with Alice L├ępissier at alice@skyshares.org or on Twitter at @socialkantract.

Who we are
The Center for Global Development is an independent, non-partisan think tank which works to reduce global poverty and inequality through rigorous research and active engagement with the policy community.
Find us at http://www.cgdev.org.

Boring corporate stuff (our lawyers made us write this)
SkyShares is free and open-source software released under the GNU Affero Public License 3.0. Creating free software is crucial so that everyone in the community can gain an understanding of the problem we are trying to solve. True scrutiny can only come from opening up your data and code so that others can review it. You are free to run the programme as you wish, for any purpose; to download the source code; to modify it and to distribute it to help the community.

If you have chosen to use the GCAM data-set on marginal abatement cost curves, you can download the code which was used to generate these marginal abatement cost curves on http://www.globalchange.umd.edu/models/gcam/. GCAM is an Integrated Assessment Model.

If you have chosen to use the MIT data-set on marginal abatement cost curves, you can download the code which is a modified version of MIT's Emissions Prediction and Policy Analysis (EPPA) software, version 4.1, released under a Public Release License Agreement. The intellectual property rights on EPPA remain with MIT. Modifications of the model, interpretation of the results and any errors arising from this are our responsibility alone.

The other data-sets are all publicly available.

See the code
You can find the SkyShares code on GitHub at https://github.com/walice/skyshares.

Download the desktop version of SkyShares
You can download a macro-enabled spreadsheet version of SkyShares at http://bit.ly/SkySharesDesktop. A select few features of SkyShares only exist on the Desktop version.