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Introducing our new, minimalist prototype

CO2 Auto Tracker Prototype


With this initial prototype, we're glad to show the kind of CO2 trackers that we're working on.  Despite its minimalist presentation and lack of polish, it represents the direction where Show.Earth is moving towards: Giving fully-automated trackers to individuals and organizations like you to show the Earth's vital signs information others in your world.  

The key is to make it effortless for you to deliver the information from your site the moment each new update comes available.  

We are pleased to have been invited by organizers of the climate lecture series website for the University of Cambridge to place the prototype tracker on their site for display and testing.   


Feedback and custom requests

To add a tracker like this to a site you manage or own, say aloha in an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..   



This daily CO2 tracker is an initiative made possible by a handful of collaborators and the Earth's CO2 readings from independent scientists.

Widget production:   Adam Carpentieri, Humblefax (USA); Mike McGee, CO2.Earth (Canada)
API production: Adam Davey, NumberLens (UK); Mike McGee, CO2.Earth (Canada); Trey Davey (UK)
MLO CO2 data: Dr. Pieter Tans, NOAA/GML (USA)
Independent test site:  Nick Breeze, Organizing Committee of the Cambridge Climate Lecture Series (UK)