Earth Stripes

Sources

Berkeley Earth

Berkeley Earth is an independent U.S. non-profit organization focused on environmental data science.

Earth Stripes uses Berkeley Earth data for:

  • Temperature data for locations outside of the United States
  • Temperature Predictions
  • Carbon Emissions

US Environmental Protection Agency

The Environmental Protection Agency is an independent executive agency of the United States federal government tasked with environmental protection matters.

Earth Stripes uses EPA data for:

  • Local impact information for U.S. States (data)

Yale Program on Climate Change Communication

YPCCC conducts scientific studies on public opinion and behavior; informs the decision-making of governments, media, companies, and advocates; educate the public about climate change; and helps build public and political will for climate action.

Earth Stripes uses YPCCC data for:

  • Climate Opinions for the U.S. (including counties and states) (data)

Google Project Sunroof

Project Sunroof puts Google's expansive data in mapping and computing resources to use, helping calculate the best solar plan for you.

Earth Stripes uses Project Sunroof data for:

  • Solar energy potential for the United States (data)

Vote Climate U.S. PAC

Vote Climate U.S. PAC works to elect candidates to get off fossil fuels, transition to clean, renewable, energy and reduce carbon pollution by putting a fee on carbon, in order to slow climate change and related weather extremes.

Earth Stripes uses Vote Climate data for:

  • Political action ratings for U.S. sentaors (data)

US Energy Information

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) is the statistical agency of the United States Department of Energy. It provides policy-independent data, forecasts, and analyses to promote sound policy making, efficient markets, and public understanding regarding energy, and its interaction with the economy and the environment.

Earth Stripes uses EIA data for:

  • Energy consumption by country (data)