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Former Soviet republics Compared by Environment > Carbon efficiency

DEFINITION: Carbon economic efficiency (CO2 emissions per dollar GDP)
Units: Metric Tons/US Dollar GDP.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Azerbaijan 5.94 CO2 emissions/$ GDP 1998
2 Uzbekistan 5.75 CO2 emissions/$ GDP 1998
3 Ukraine 5.69 CO2 emissions/$ GDP 1998
4 Turkmenistan 5.67 CO2 emissions/$ GDP 1998
5 Kazakhstan 4.78 CO2 emissions/$ GDP 1998
6 Estonia 3.89 CO2 emissions/$ GDP 1998
7 Russia 3.84 CO2 emissions/$ GDP 1998
8 Moldova 2.91 CO2 emissions/$ GDP 1998
9 Belarus 2.51 CO2 emissions/$ GDP 1998
10 Tajikistan 2.33 CO2 emissions/$ GDP 1998
11 Lithuania 1.68 CO2 emissions/$ GDP 1998
12 Kyrgyzstan 1.49 CO2 emissions/$ GDP 1998
13 Latvia 1.45 CO2 emissions/$ GDP 1998
14 Armenia 1.11 CO2 emissions/$ GDP 1998

Citation

"Countries Compared by Environment > Carbon efficiency. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/Former-Soviet-republics/Environment/Carbon-efficiency

Former Soviet republics Compared by Environment > Carbon efficiency

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Interesting observations about Environment > Carbon efficiency

  • Ukraine ranked first for carbon efficiency amongst Christian countries in 1998.
  • Azerbaijan ranked first for carbon efficiency amongst Muslim countries in 1998.
  • Trinidad and Tobago ranked first for carbon efficiency amongst Hot countries in 1998.
  • Estonia ranked first for carbon efficiency amongst High income OECD countries in 1998.
  • United States ranked first for carbon efficiency amongst Group of 7 countries (G7) in 1998.
  • South Africa ranked first for carbon efficiency amongst Sub-Saharan Africa in 1998.
  • Venezuela ranked first for carbon efficiency amongst Catholic countries in 1998.
  • Iraq ranked first for carbon efficiency amongst Failed states in 1998.
  • Russia ranked third for carbon efficiency amongst Emerging markets in 1998.
  • Syria ranked first for carbon efficiency amongst Former French colonies in 1998.
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