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Thousands of you took part in the world’s largest climate experiment

Participant map - click to enlarge open new window

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People taking part

“When the experiment was first launched we were hoping for 10,000 people and we would have been very happy with that. But to see that more than ten times this number of people took part was fantastic. We were delighted!” Dr Nick Faull Oxford University climate scientist

Thousands of bbc.co.uk users from the UK and beyond ran the experiment on their home computers. Each black dot on the map represents someone who took part. Without your generous help, this experiment would not have been possible. Thank you.

This table shows how many computers in each country were running the experiment.


Country# People
Source CPDN
United Kingdom180,156
United States of America25,776
Brazil503
China418
India523
Russian Federation808
Sweden837
St. Vincent and the Grenadines3
In total users in 171 countries took part.
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259,700

 



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