A collection of websites devoted to the environment and the climate crisis:
"Climate" - NOAA
Climate.gov - NOAA
The open power systems data platform site contains data sets on power generation, load profiles and other similar resources.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) GeoSpatial Data Sciences offers many tools, charts and visualizations of data for biomass, geothermal, hydrogen, marine & hydrokinetic, solar and wind. For example see:
The Permian Methane Analysis Project website offers has a rich collection of interactive maps where one can explore regional methane emissions by operator using surveys from 2020.
Permian Basin Methane Leaks are a problem for New Mexico and Texas.
Tools In Development
- Climate Trace - Predicted to come in Summer 2021, the Climate TRACE coalition claims to be building a tool that will use artificial intelligence, satellite image processing, machine learning, and other remote sensing technologies to monitor worldwide greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The coalition aims to track human-caused emissions to specific sources in real time—independently and publicly.
- Open Energy Information - Linked energy information on hundreds of topics crowdsourced from industry and government agencies.