The planet is getting warmer, but the rate differs from country to country. We have gathered average temperatures for 193 countries over the last 138 years, compared to the averages from 1951 to 1980.
Each dot shows the temperature in a country for a year. The deeper blue and the larger the blue dots, the colder it was that year - and the deeper red, the warmer it was.
For example, the average temperature in 2017 in Denmark was 1.5 degrees higher than the average in Denmark for 1951-1980. Basically, the world is turning more and more red ...
Data source: NASA GISTEMP processed by Antti Lipponen / Finnish Meteorological Institute