Dashboard: Overview of the current input values and important results important input values important results
input values
sheet "base data"        
global budget from 2018 to 2100: 420  Gt      
reserved for FOLU CO2 emissions from 2018 on: 55  Gt share[1] 13%  
reserved for int. ship/aviat emissions (ISA) from 2018 on: 13  Gt share 3%  
CO2 emissions 2018 - 2019: 74  Gt    
global budget 2020 - 2100 (without FOLU/ISA): 279  Gt    
global emissions in the base year 2019: 37  Gt change rate[2] 1,2%  
global minimum annual CO2 emissions -4,4  Gt share[3] -12%  
selected convergence level 0,25  t / capita  
option selected for population 2050: frozen population size 2019  
prop. which will be distrib. on per-capita basis in case of globally incr. emissions (PCt): 10% escalation rate (ERPC): 10%  
global CO2 emissions by the end of 2010 in Gt 1.930  
actual FOLU CO2 emissions about in Gt p.a.: 5,5 2011 - 2017: 39  
sheet "graphs country"; reference values reference values and other key figures
selected country EU28
sheet "goal seek" RM-1 const RM-2 exp RM-3 lin RM-4 quadr RM-5 rad RM-6 abs sheet "FI"
Is the budget 2020 - 2100 complied with? yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
cange rates 2020 (RR20) -7,81% -1,55% -1,50% -1,50% -1,50% -3,55% -3,00%
threshold value (TV) at which reduction is changed to constant amount in Gt: 3,3 1,6 -
 
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Is the cumulative budget 2020 - 2100 complied with?   #BEZUG! #BEZUG! #BEZUG!  
Is the target amount 2050 (TA) complied with?   #BEZUG! #BEZUG! #BEZUG!  
reduction rates 2020 (RR20)[4]   #BEZUG! #BEZUG! #BEZUG!  
cumulative global negative emissions 2020 - 2100 in Gt (overshoot)   #BEZUG!  
sheet "country" RM-1 const RM-2 exp RM-3 lin RM-4 quadr RM-5 rad RM-6 abs FI
convergence year 2053 2042 2045 2043 2047 2045 2047
convergence level (t per capita) 0,28 0,37 0,28 0,25 0,27 0,37 0,26
individual annual rate of change no input
individual input emissions 2019 no input
sheet "RM" RM-1 const RM-2 exp RM-3 lin RM-4 quadr RM-5 rad RM-6 abs FI
overshoot in Gt[5] 138 227 189 221 162 225 137
average overshoot in Gt 88 129 116 129 104 126 93
total cumulative global anthropogenic emissions of CO2 by 2100 in Gt 2.642 2.642 2.642 2.642 2.642 2.642 2.642
Implicit Weighting Population RM-1 const RM-2 exp RM-3 lin RM-4 quadr RM-5 rad RM-6 abs average RM 2 - 6  FI data up to date necessary? application "solver" necessary?
sheet "IWP" - national budgets convergence period 13% 5,8% 6,8% 4,3% 8,3% 7,7% 7% 8,8% data schould be current no  
sheet "IWP-T" - national budgets 2020 - 2100 21% 11,7% 13,2% 8,5% 15,4% 14,5% 13% 15,9% data schould be current no
The implicit weighting of the population for the national budgets resulting from this tool is shown. These values may not be up to date. You must first update the data in the sheets and use the solver to determine the weighting of the population if you have changed input data.
sheet "data countries"        
number of individual projection rates:   3
individual projection rate selected country       -2,0%
projection 2019: upper limit annual rate of change (there is a macro there to determine it) 2,7%
projection 2019: lower limit annual rate of change   -4,0%
relative deviation emissions 2019: ((global emissions - sum of national emissions) / global emissions)[6]   0,0%
In the following sheets, macros have to be executed to update data: In the following sheets macros have to be executed if input data has been changed:
output countries goal seek            
convergence              
IWP
IWP-T

[1]
RM:
What proportion of the global budget 2018 - 2100 should be reserved for FOLU emissions?
[2]
RM:
Rate of change to estimate global emissions in 2019.
[3]
RM:
Share of emissions in the base year
[4]
Although starting values can be entered, they usually have to be adjusted by the program due to the limitations.
[5]
Maximum exceeded the prescribed cumulative CO2 budget.

It would be scientifically clarify which overshoot with respect to the tipping points in the climate system is still acceptable.
[6]

If the deviation is too large, assumptions about the global path by 2019 and/or the development of the emissions of the countries must be adjusted.