Global Emissions Gap Scoreboard

If we examine the stated commitments of the Copenhagen accord as per June 29 2011 proposals the emissions gap will result in 4.1 degrees C average global warming by 2100. The pledges have reduced business as usual projections by 0.7 degrees from 4.8 degrees C by 2100. The gap is still substantial. See for yourself on the Climate Interactive scoreboard below: The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) made a commitment at Copenhagen in December 2009 and reaffirmed at Cancun in December 2010 to limit global warming to 1.5 to 2 degrees C temperature goal. But current emission reduction pledges falls far short of achieving this goal according to the United Nations Environment Program Emissions Gap Report.
Images from a presentation by Pablo Salon, Ambassador of Bolivia, at UN climate talks in Germany June 2011. See Ambassador of Bolivia on UN climate talks in Germany on ClimateIMC

The Information is beautiful blog has done a great graphic to explain the carbon budget we have: