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Environment > CFC > Consumption: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: CFC consumption
Units: Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP) Tons (Metric Tons x ODP)
Units: The indicator was obtained by multiplying the Total CFCs emissions (metric tons per ozone depletion potential) with the Per capita CFCs emissions (obtained by dividing the total CFCs emissions by the population in 1997). In calculating the ESI, the base-10 logarithm of this variable was used.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 China 2.1 million 1997
2 South Korea 1.86 million 1997
3 Russia 817,386 1997
4 Venezuela 602,348 1997
5 Brazil 588,839 1997
6 Iran 480,229 1997
7 Syria 279,497 1997
8 Malaysia 259,618 1997
9 Thailand 239,571 1997
10 Turkey 236,218 1997
11 Nigeria 218,258 1997
Emerging markets average (profile) 215,209.65 1997
12 Saudi Arabia 142,831 1997
13 United Arab Emirates 137,378 1997
14 Kuwait 135,805 1997
15 Mexico 128,672 1997
16 Jordan 119,897 1997
17 Philippines 105,641 1997
18 Indonesia 88,310.7 1997
19 Algeria 81,627.9 1997
20 Libya 80,339.9 1997
21 Lebanon 71,790.1 1997
22 Tunisia 67,931.2 1997
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 59,652.75 1997
23 India 46,502.3 1997
24 Panama 43,976.1 1997
25 Cuba 39,954 1997
26 Colombia 37,414.4 1997
27 Chile 37,241.2 1997
28 Egypt 36,637.7 1997
29 Argentina 31,916.4 1997
30 Morocco 29,193.2 1997
31 Ukraine 23,739.8 1997
32 United States 23,385.2 1997
33 Trinidad and Tobago 19,060.2 1997
34 Zimbabwe 16,872.9 1997
35 Jamaica 15,736.6 1997
36 Romania 15,021.7 1997
37 Dominica 11,944.6 1997
38 Uruguay 11,525.6 1997
39 Costa Rica 11,103.2 1997
40 Pakistan 11,091.5 1997
41 El Salvador 6,433.23 1997
42 Belarus 6,331.14 1997
43 Ecuador 6,197.71 1997
44 Bangladesh 5,643.89 1997
45 Azerbaijan 5,286.64 1997
46 Cameroon 4,855.01 1997
47 Peru 4,388.27 1997
48 Sri Lanka 3,420.18 1997
49 Estonia 3,385.93 1997
50 Sudan 3,378.16 1997
51 Vietnam 3,272.79 1997
52 Lithuania 2,919.55 1997
53 Paraguay 2,509.55 1997
54 Poland 2,451.7 1997
55 North Korea 2,382.66 1997
56 Guatemala 2,225.37 1997
57 Kenya 2,214.78 1997
58 Republic of Macedonia 1,997.95 1997
59 Senegal 1,867.71 1997
60 Croatia 1,649.37 1997
61 Honduras 1,638.72 1997
62 Cote d'Ivoire 1,474.4 1997
63 Mali 1,180.63 1997
64 Tanzania 1,125 1997
65 Madagascar 739.8 1997
66 Burundi 643.81 1997
67 South Africa 619.83 1997
68 Moldova 365.59 1997
69 Niger 356.53 1997
70 Malawi 322.74 1997
71 Nicaragua 292.6 1997
72 Papua New Guinea 288.08 1997
73 Bolivia 272.19 1997
74 Guinea-Bissau 240.81 1997
75 Switzerland 231.85 1997
76 Namibia 222.59 1997
77 Latvia 214.94 1997
78 Turkmenistan 212.63 1997
79 Chad 203.79 1997
80 Mongolia 157.67 1997
81 Ghana 134 1997
82 Gabon 126.65 1997
83 Burkina Faso 124.44 1997
84 Uzbekistan 121.02 1997
85 The Gambia 101.72 1997
86 Japan 101.31 1997
87 Zambia 97.96 1997
88 Burma 61.54 1997
89 Canada 58.29 1997
90 Norway 58.24 1997
91 Nepal 37.69 1997
92 Benin 34.82 1997
93 Botswana 31.81 1997
94 Mozambique 26.24 1997
95 Ethiopia 24.8 1997
96 Mauritania 19.91 1997
97 Czech Republic 11.75 1997
98 Uganda 6.05 1997
99 Australia 0.22 1997
100 Slovakia 0.19 1997
101 Hungary 0.1 1997
=102 Central African Republic 0.0 1997
=102 Israel 0.0 1997
=102 Slovenia 0.0 1997
=102 New Zealand 0.0 1997
=102 Bulgaria 0.0 1997
=102 Iceland 0.0 1997

Citation

"Countries Compared by Environment > CFC > Consumption. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", UNEP, Production and Consumption of Ozone Depleting Substances, 1986-1998, October 1999. via ciesin.org. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Environment/CFC/Consumption

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Interesting observations about Environment > CFC > Consumption

  • China ranked first for CFC > consumption amongst Emerging markets in 1997.
  • Iran ranked first for CFC > consumption amongst Muslim countries in 1997.
  • Venezuela ranked first for CFC > consumption amongst Hot countries in 1997.
  • Brazil ranked first for CFC > consumption amongst Religious countries in 1997.
  • Malaysia ranked first for CFC > consumption amongst Former British colonies in 1997.
  • Mexico ranked second for CFC > consumption amongst Former Spanish colonies in 1997.
  • Nigeria ranked first for CFC > consumption amongst Sub-Saharan Africa in 1997.
  • Russia ranked first for CFC > consumption amongst Sparsely populated countries in 1997.
  • Zimbabwe ranked first for CFC > consumption amongst Landlocked countries in 1997.
  • Syria ranked first for CFC > consumption amongst Former French colonies in 1997.
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