A ‘Blue Marble’ image of the Earth taken from the VIIRS instrument aboard NASA satellite Suomi NPP. (NASA/NOAA/GSFC/Suomi NPP/VIIRS/Norman Kuring) 

This map, from Sophie Yeo at Responding to Climate Change, rounds up surveys and polls from around the world since 2009 that look at views on climate change from abroad.

For example, some 84 percent of people in Argentina think climate change is caused by humans, according to a poll from marketing research firm Ipsos MORI. In Bangladesh, that percentage drops to 31%, with 46% believing it's caused by God or natural causes, according to The Asia Foundation's 2012 Climate Change Perception Study.

In the U.S., 83% of citizens think the country should make efforts to reduce global warming, "even if it comes with economic costs," according to the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication.

Earlier this month, the U.S. and China reached a deal to limit greenhouse gases through 2025.