The map, created by Zeke Hausfather and Rosamund Pearce, combined observed temperature changes with future climate model projections to show how climate change has changed up to present day, but also how it is forecasted to change in the future.
To do this, they divided the world into “grid cells” which represent every degree latitude and every degree longitude. These temperatures, based on land and ocean observations, were obtained from the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature project.
The map is interactive and you can click on the divided grids to see regions temperature rises. You can also search specific regions to find out their statistics.