Industrialized nations have put a variety of pledges on the table ahead of the U.N. climate talks in Copenhagen. Here's a rundown of who's offered to do what based off 1990 and 2005 baselines, the two key barometers for historic emissions. Also included is the effect of policies dealing with land use, land use change and forestry on a country's emission cut offers. (Source: World Resources Institute)

Comparison of 2020 Targets and Ranges Pledged by Developed Countries
Percent Below 1990 Levels By 2020 Percent Below 2005 Levels By 2020
Country Treatment Of LULUCF Low High Low High
Australia Excluding +13% -11% -10% -29%
Including -15% -33% -36% -49%
Canada Excluding -3% -21%
Including 12% -21%
E.U. Excluding -20% -30% -13% -24%
Including -20% -30% -10% -22%
Japan Excluding -9% -25% -15% -30%
Including -10% -25% -15% -30%
Russia Excluding -22% -25% +22% +18%
Including -22% -25% +31% +26%
U.S. Excluding -3% -17%
Including -5% -17%
Belarus Excluding -5% -10% +58% +50%
Including -5% -10% +94% +84%
Norway Excluding -30% -40% -35% -44%
Including -30% -40% +2% -13%
Ukraine Excluding -20% +77%
Including -20% +78%
New Zealand Excluding -10% -20% -28% -36%
Including -10% -20% -24% -33%
Iceland Excluding -15% -22%
Including -15% -16%
Liechtenstein Excluding -20% -30% -32% -41%
Including -20% -30% -33% -41%
Croatia Excluding +6% +9%
Including +6% +27%
Monaco Excluding -20% -17%
Including -20% -17%
Switzerland Excluding -20% -30% -21% -31%
Including -20% -30% -26% -35%