NASA, Partners Launch U.S. Greenhouse Gas Center to Share Climate Data 

by | Dec 4, 2023

 

Visualization of total carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere in 2021. (Credit: NASA)

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Michael Regan, and other United States government leaders unveiled the U.S. Greenhouse Gas Center on Dec. 4, 2023, during the 28th annual United Nations Climate Conference (COP28). 

The U.S. Greenhouse Gas Center will serve as a hub for collaboration between agencies across the U.S. government as well as non-profit and private-sector partners. Data, information, and computer models from observations from the International Space Station, various satellite and airborne missions, and ground stations are available online.   

As the lead implementing agency of the center, NASA partnered with the EPA, National Institute of Standards and Technology, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Science experts from each of these U.S. federal agencies curated this catalog of greenhouse gas datasets and analysis tools.

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