Author: Ian Graham, Staff Editor
|1||United States||5.76 million||2003|
|Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile)||1.39 million||2003|
|Non-religious countries average (profile)||552,375.68||2003|
|High income OECD countries average (profile)||393,483.38||2003|
|Cold countries average (profile)||375,334.86||2003|
|Emerging markets average (profile)||374,639.02||2003|
|Heavily indebted countries average (profile)||268,613.37||2003|
|South Asia average (profile)||229,028.16||2003|
|Former British colonies average (profile)||177,660.54||2003|
|NATO countries average (profile)||168,049.55||2003|
|Former Soviet republics average (profile)||164,945.48||2003|
|Europe average (profile)||153,420.9||2003|
|Eurozone average (profile)||147,997.12||2003|
|European Union average (profile)||141,899.14||2003|
|Religious countries average (profile)||125,047.09||2003|
|South and Central Asia average (profile)||111,444.23||2003|
|Catholic countries average (profile)||85,059.92||2003|
|OPEC countries average (profile)||81,665.62||2003|
|38||United Arab Emirates||72,309.8||2003|
|Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile)||59,404.76||2003|
|Former Spanish colonies average (profile)||50,683.67||2003|
|Muslim countries average (profile)||48,726.76||2003|
|54||Serbia and Montenegro||44,354.9||2003|
|Hot countries average (profile)||43,452.4||2003|
|Latin America and Caribbean average (profile)||39,524.98||2003|
|failed states average (profile)||19,658||2003|
|73||Trinidad and Tobago||18,089.9||2003|
|78||Bosnia and Herzegovina||14,269.4||2003|
|Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile)||10,643.77||2003|
|Former French colonies average (profile)||9,335.77||2003|
|89||Republic of Macedonia||8,861.8||2003|
|119||Papua New Guinea||2,445.4||2003|
|140||Democratic Republic of the Congo||750||2003|
|155||Antigua and Barbuda||359.1||2003|
|157||Central African Republic||285.8||2003|
|165||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||164.9||2003|
|170||Saint Kitts and Nevis||102.6||2003|
|171||Sao Tome and Principe||100||2003|
Statistics and graphs related to agriculture are found here. How many agricultural workers are there per hectare? Tractors? Which country produces the maximum cotton? Who is the biggest exporter of bananas? Click in if these interest you.
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No explanation needed for this section. Murders. Guns. Jails. Crimes. Judges. We have all of that and more out here. Actually we go deeper than your routine crime beat sections. How many adults were prosecuted? What percentage were convicted? How many were women? What is the death penalty rate in different countries? How safe do the citizens perceive they are? Do they trust the police? Will they report a crime? You'll find surprising answers here.
The tsunami rocked the civilized world with its widespread devastation. Learn the details of the losses incurred by the countries affected. How are the developed countries helping out? Who has pledged the most money? How do they compare? Check out...
This category is all about money. GDP. Aid. Gross national income. Debt. Inflation. Trade balance. Foreign investment. Government spending. You get the idea.
Any and every statistic which can be collected about schooling and the whole education sector can be found here. What is the duration of education in different countries? Is the percentage of enrollment different for sexes? How long do students spend learning their mother tongues? What is the mathematical aptitude of the average 8 year old? How many university degrees are awarded to females? What is the percentage of students who find school boring? We've tabulated them all for you.
How does your country fare in Traditional Fuel Consumption? In Geothermal Energy Consumption? How many barrels of oil were imported into your country last year? Does your production of hydroelectricity match your consumption? Which countries in the world successfully produce nuclear energy for consumption? What is the average energy usage per person? All your questions regarding different forms of energy, their generation and consumption have been answered here.
How much area is declared as protected in the different countries of the world? How many endangered species of reptiles, mammals, birds etc are found in different countries? What are the national levels of pollution? Emissions? Nuclear waste generation? Salination of water resources and expenditure for waste treatment. International treaties, ratification and complaince. You'll find almost all statistics related to environmental pollution and conservational efforts here.
All the stats pertaining to the physical features of the country in question can be found here. This implies that if you are looking for the co-ordinates or map references of countries, the land area, climate, boundaries, terrain, natural resources or coastlines, your search ends here.
This category is all about the functioning of the government machinery. So, you'll find stats on the goverment administrative divisions, the executive, legistative and judiciary branches, constitution, parliamentary seats, secession attemps, suffrage, corruption - everything connected with our esteemed politicians.
Statistics about the health of a country's citizens are present in this category. You can find stats related to birth weights, rates on smoking, HIV incidence, incidence of cancer, circulatory and other diseases, stats on infant and maternal mortality, life expectancy, suicide rates, teenage pergnancy and other health related topics. We also have some details on health expenditure and health care funding out here.
Lists all industry related stats like production of cars, buses trucks, LCVs, different industries like biotech firms and so on.
You can find detailed stats on the economic activity of the labor force broken over different age-groups and sexes. We also have stats on employment in different sectors, trade union memberships, the average work time, the average number of days the workers take off or even just don't show up! How many female decision makers does a country have? Doctors? What is the normal gender division of the housework? What are the unemployment details and benefits available? How long does an average person need to work to buy a loaf of bread? A car? A television set? Compare these values for different countries.
What are the main languages spoken in the countries? How many English language speakers are there per country? How about French and Spanish? Check out the results here..
Here we rank countries based on amphetamine and cannabis use. But more interestingly, we go into their mindset. What do the citizens of different countries think of their armed forces? Will they report a crime? Do they trust their neighbours? What about their governments? Are they happy with life in general? How charitable are they? What is their political orientation? Are they proud of their countries? Will they fight for their countries? This is an utterly captivating category.
Countries are ranked here depending on the penetration level of computers, phones, fax machines, radios, television sets, mobile phones etc. We also have other stats related to media like vastness of different networks, revenue and employment in different telecom sectors here.
Want to know the size of the army in Iran? The number of tanks in Germany? Want to compare the weapon holdings in North and South Korea? Worried about the WMDs world over? Need to know the exact number of countries who have signed terrorism conventions? Or just curious about the coalition forces in the Gulf War? We've tried to collect all details available in the public domain for you here.
Facts relating to the actual life of people are found here. So we have birth and death rates, marriage and divorce rates, single parents, one-person households and teenage pregnancies, size of households and elderly institutions, ethnicity and chinese population - just about every stat you always wanted to know! What is the average age of women when they first get married? How happy are they when compared to their mothers? What is the gender development index in different countries? What will the population be in 2020? Don't miss this category even if you didn't come searching for it specifically.
Where else could you find the number of Catholics, Catholic priests, Catholic parishes, Jehovahs Witnesses and the number of permanent deacons, and compare them all between major nations in a per-capita format? Check them all here.
Who scored the maximum medals in the olympics? What about the summer and winter olympics? What are the latest FIFA rankings? Which country has the maximum number of Mt. Everest ascents? Get all the answers in this sports section.
This is a category which needs particular highlighting as the growing concern and need for awareness continues to press upon our front pages, in the minds of our leadership and politicians, and indeed, in our everyday conversations. We hope to expand this category into timely and essential data you can rely on to make sense of global and national security, political and societal violence, and our perceptions which are shaped by these notions.
Here you can find the numbers on the different modes of transportation. How many cars does a country have? Airports? What is the lenght of its highways? What proportion is paved? What about runways, heliports and ports? Lets not leave out waterways or the merchant navy. We have them all here.
Posted on 01 Apr 2005
Ian Graham, Staff Editor
Posted on 03 Mar 2005
Ian Graham, Staff Editor
<p>At first glance, the carbon dioxide emission rates for India appear high compared to more industrialised countries such as <a href=/country/gm>Germany</a> and the <a href=/country/uk>United Kingdom</a>. This is misleading as India's <a href=/graph/peo_pop>population</a> is significantly higher than those countries. If this statistic is viewed <a href=/graph/env_co2_emi_cap>per capita</a>, India's ranking falls to 115th, signficantly lower than Germany (22nd) and the United Kingdom (25th). </p>
<p>Carbon dioxide enters the atmosphere when wood or fossil fuels such as oil, coal and natural gas are burned. The largest contribution to carbon dioxide emissions are fossil fuel powered electricity generation, some industrial processes (such as metal refining) and motor vehicle exhaust.</p>
<p>India has only 12 <a href=/graph/tra_mot_veh&int=-1>motor vehicles per 1000 people</a>, however 81% of its electicity is generated from <a href=/graph/ene_ele_pro_by_sou_fos_fue&int=-1>fossil fuels</a>.</p>
Posted on 17 May 2005
Edria Murray, Staff Editor
Posted on 04 Dec 2010
Posted on 03 Aug 2010
More Co2 give me more women
Posted on 06 May 2010
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Daniel from Poland
Posted on 24 Feb 2010
Comparison of CO2 emissions from volcanoes vs. human activities.
Scientists have calculated that volcanoes emit between about 130-230 million tonnes (145-255 million tons) of CO2 into the atmosphere every year (Gerlach, 1991). This estimate includes both sub-aerial and submarine volcanoes, about in equal amounts.
TOXIC GAS concentration from VOLCANOES is FAR MORE DEADLY & Life threatening than what humans can do. (JUST VOLCANOES ALONE STATS).
There are also stats on tundras that produce more pollution than the human race could ever do.
Across the globe, thousands of coal fires are burning. Nearly impossible to reach and extinguish once they get started, the underground blazes threaten towns and roads, poison the air and soil.
Some of the underground fires are natural occurrences. When coal, exposed at or near the surface by erosion, combines with oxygen, a chemical reaction produces heat.
Much of the landscape of the American Westâ€” its mesas and escarpmentsâ€”is the result of vast, ancient coal fires.
Many ancient fires like those still burn, from the Canadian Arctic to southeast Australia. Scientists estimate that Australiaâ€™s BurningMountain, the oldest known coal fire, has burned for 6,000 years. In the 19th century, explorers mistook the smoking summit for a volcano.
Posted on 12 Feb 2010
USGS - STATS
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This would lower the need for not only fuel for transportation but create more jobs in the US and lower the need for other nations to provide transportation to the US.
The US should also stop immigration to the US except in very limited circumstances, again as the population of the US goes up the new immigrants increase their use of CO2 emitting products. The US has had a stable population for sometime except for immigration.
Governments and international agencies, non-profits should also explore other ways besides travel to foreign nation to communicate, such as modern technology advances of video, secure phones, etc.
Posted on 09 Dec 2009
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Posted on 04 Nov 2009
Since 2006 China has been the greatest emitter: 6,103,493, (21.5 % of the total)
Posted on 24 Aug 2009