The world's leaders are having a tough time figuring out how to solve global warming. This week, UN officials all but admitted it was unlikely that any new climate deal would avoid 2°C (3.6°F) of warming — the agreed-on limit. Think you can do better? Then try playing around with this unbelievably detailed Global Calculator, a joint project from the UK government, the IEA, and others. It lets you fiddle with a whole slew of scenarios and assumptions about energy, food, transportation, and farming to see how they'd affect future emissions and global warming (based on climate modeling). Here are 5 things I found while fiddling around with it: Click here via Vox.