Tool for the Regensburg Model (RM)
contents and navigation summary brief instruction
cockpit imprint glossary
global frame data and global paths
input of global frame data input values base data political to decide on basis of scientific findings
determination of the free parameters in the RM scenarios for global paths start values (RR_20) goal seek
graphs world (all global scenarios in this tool) graphs global[1]  
results for countries
national emission paths and the resulting
reference values for all scenarios
a country can be selected graphs country (reference values)[2] the main results of this tool
reference values for all countries a scenario can be selected output countries[3]
converging per capita emissions using Regensburg Formula is shown converging per capita emissions RM main features of the Regensburg Formula are shown
Implicit Weighting Population national budgets using Regensburg Formula depending on global path is shown IWP[4]
global paths: scenarios Regensburg Model   RM calculations
global path: free input free input FI
national paths all scenarios and global overshoot individual parameter country
data base data countries EDGAR[5] UN-P data base
emissions population
Cells shaded in yellow in the following sheets are input fields, where you can enter data.
Suggestions and feedback are welcome:
You can download the current version of the tool from the following website:
version: 2009 - 2019 24 August 2019 3.0
data status
global emissions Jan 18
emissions countries Nov 16
population 2019

Global CO2 emissions pathways (scenarios), compatible with the remaining budget.
Graphical display of the national emission paths of the selected country and the reference values 2030 and 2050.
Lists of all countries: reference values, percentage of global emissions, per capita emissions, etc.
Shows a property of the Regensburg Formula: The Regensburg Formula represents an implicit weighting of the population, which depends on the chosen global path.

EU statistics