Ed Hawkins, Climate researchers from the University Reading, has global warming visualized by climate change and as a GIF animated with data from 1850-2016. Grade the outbreaks of recent years leave it close, that we probably actually not until the end of the century, at best, 2 degrees warmer, but very soon with dramatic effects in the next 50 will have to do years. Here the GIF in large

The animated spiral presents global temperature change in a visually appealing and straightforward way. The pace of change is immediately obvious, especially over the past few decades. The relationship between current global temperatures and the internationally discussed target limits are also clear without much complex interpretation needed.

Visualization of global warming