Data analysis Data visualization on climate change by Rafael Lopez a year ago 1 min read This chart shows just how abnormally hot it's been in 2019 https://t.co/kmtpTQQBH7 #environment #ClimateChange pic.twitter.com/cL7yPqEIX0— World Economic Forum (@wef) November 23, 2019 Global monthly temperature 1900 to 2019.Colours indicate temperature compared to 1961-1990 average. The last time we had a cooler than average month was more than 25 years ago in February 1994!Uses HADCRUT4 data#globalwarming #climatechange #dataviz pic.twitter.com/CXS1IRoVic— Neil Kaye (@neilrkaye) August 8, 2019 Animated diagram of the Earth's Carbon Cycle and how it has changed over time.Carbon, in various forms including CO2 and organic materials, is continually exchanged between the atmosphere, oceans, and biosphere.However, human activities have perturbed the carbon cycle. pic.twitter.com/TvHgi2CwUD— Robert Rohde (@RARohde) May 22, 2019 Our turn next? A brief history of civilizations that fell because of climate change https://t.co/MfrFkPr1Dk #environment pic.twitter.com/tio11s6vFl— World Economic Forum (@wef) May 1, 2019 Data visualizations from Finland on climate change powerfully put into perspective how extreme the temperature changes expected will be over the next 80 years. https://t.co/XKudoRZRdQ pic.twitter.com/X0v7Ao8uXb— Yale Environment 360 (@YaleE360) February 21, 2019 These data visualizations, created by @anttilip, a research scientist at the Finnish Meteorological Institute, depict 200 years of climate change in each of the world’s 191 countries in less than a minute. https://t.co/XKudoShsCq pic.twitter.com/PBSGdoTqKp— Yale Environment 360 (@YaleE360) March 16, 2019 And meanwhile the president of the United States is complaining about having to flush the toilet too often https://t.co/O4BJd2FWBC pic.twitter.com/qFV92rR9Ph— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) January 15, 2020 Summary of global mean temperature in 2019:76% of days were warmer than average11% were average13% were cooler than average#globalwarming #climatechange #dataviz #maps #gis #rstats pic.twitter.com/cHSs45O55c— Neil Kaye (@neilrkaye) January 2, 2020 Nombre quotidien de décès en France, 2001-2020, en version animée, coordonnées polaires. pic.twitter.com/2tnMuGo5Pj— coulmont (@coulmont) December 2, 2020 Read more posts by this author Rafael Lopez The link has been copied!