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Environment > CO2 Emissions: Countries Compared

Ian Graham, Staff Editor

Author: Ian Graham, Staff Editor

Greenhouse gas emissions in the United Kingdom rose 1.5 percent from the previous year’s level in 2004 and are now higher than they have been since Tony Blair’s Labour government came to power in 1997. The data suggest U.K. may miss its emission target as set by the Kyoto Protocol.<p>Under the terms of the Kyoto Protocol, the U.K. must limit annual greenhouse gas emissions to 12.5 percent below 1990 levels for the 2008-2012 period. Emissions were 14.4 percent below in 2002, and 13.4 percent below in 2003, but just 12.6 percent below in 2004. <p>The government has previously admitted that the U.K. will not meet the target in the Labour party’s 1997 election platform of reducing CO2 emissions 20% from 1990 levels by 2010. The latest figures show the U.K.’s CO2 emissions in 2004 were just 4.2% below 1990 levels.
DEFINITION: CO2: Total Emissions (excluding land-use) Units: thousand metric tonnes of carbon dioxide.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 United States 5.76 million 2003
2 China 3.47 million 2003
3 Russia 1.54 million 2003
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 1.39 million 2003
4 Japan 1.22 million 2003
5 India 1.01 million 2003
6 Germany 837,425 2003
7 United Kingdom 558,225 2003
Non-religious countries average (profile) 552,375.68 2003
8 Canada 521,404 2003
9 Italy 446,596 2003
High income OECD countries average (profile) 393,483.38 2003
10 Mexico 385,075 2003
Cold countries average (profile) 375,334.86 2003
Emerging markets average (profile) 374,639.02 2003
11 France 363,484 2003
12 Ukraine 348,357 2003
13 South Africa 344,590 2003
14 Australia 332,377 2003
15 Brazil 327,858 2003
16 Spain 304,882 2003
17 Poland 303,778 2003
18 Indonesia 286,027 2003
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 268,613.37 2003
19 Saudi Arabia 266,083 2003
South Asia average (profile) 229,028.16 2003
20 Turkey 223,862 2003
Former British colonies average (profile) 177,660.54 2003
21 Netherlands 174,809 2003
22 Thailand 171,696 2003
23 North Korea 168,320 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
24 Argentina 138,983 2003
25 Venezuela 136,686 2003
26 Egypt 127,130 2003
Religious countries average (profile) 125,047.09 2003
27 Belgium 125,023 2003
28 Czech Republic 124,069 2003
29 Kazakhstan 123,686 2003
30 Malaysia 123,603 2003
31 Uzbekistan 121,045 2003
South and Central Asia average (profile) 111,444.23 2003
32 Pakistan 105,983 2003
33 Greece 92,150.3 2003
34 Romania 90,728.7 2003
Catholic countries average (profile) 85,059.92 2003
OPEC countries average (profile) 81,665.62 2003
35 Iraq 78,506.7 2003
36 Philippines 75,299.2 2003
37 Algeria 74,175.8 2003
38 United Arab Emirates 72,309.8 2003
39 Portugal 64,814 2003
40 Austria 64,381.6 2003
41 Colombia 63,998.4 2003
42 Israel 62,718.9 2003
43 Singapore 61,139.3 2003
44 Belarus 59,560.5 2003
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 59,404.76 2003
45 Kuwait 58,516.6 2003
46 Hungary 56,849.5 2003
47 Finland 56,618.7 2003
48 Chile 54,789.6 2003
49 Denmark 51,320.9 2003
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 50,683.67 2003
50 Sweden 48,760.9 2003
Muslim countries average (profile) 48,726.76 2003
51 Nigeria 48,145.7 2003
52 Vietnam 47,530.9 2003
53 Bulgaria 44,730.8 2003
54 Serbia and Montenegro 44,354.9 2003
Hot countries average (profile) 43,452.4 2003
55 Ireland 42,815.3 2003
56 Libya 42,274.9 2003
57 Switzerland 41,789.4 2003
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) 39,524.98 2003
58 Slovakia 36,927.3 2003
59 Norway 35,312.2 2003
60 Qatar 35,103.3 2003
61 Turkmenistan 34,584.1 2003
62 Morocco 33,236.1 2003
63 New Zealand 32,633.4 2003
64 Cuba 31,353.9 2003
65 Bangladesh 29,874.1 2003
66 Azerbaijan 29,489.7 2003
67 Peru 28,193.7 2003
68 Oman 24,985.2 2003
69 Ecuador 20,705.3 2003
70 Tunisia 20,179.1 2003
71 Dominican Republic 19,886.7 2003
failed states average (profile) 19,658 2003
72 Croatia 19,191.3 2003
73 Trinidad and Tobago 18,089.9 2003
74 Lebanon 15,569.4 2003
75 Jordan 15,535.4 2003
76 Slovenia 15,067.8 2003
77 Estonia 14,883.9 2003
78 Bosnia and Herzegovina 14,269.4 2003
79 Zimbabwe 14,098.3 2003
80 Bahrain 13,784.3 2003
81 Bolivia 11,714.2 2003
82 Lithuania 11,573.8 2003
83 Sri Lanka 11,182.2 2003
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 10,643.77 2003
84 Yemen 10,367.7 2003
85 Jamaica 10,319.7 2003
86 Kenya 10,191 2003
87 Guatemala 10,097.3 2003
Former French colonies average (profile) 9,335.77 2003
88 Burma 8,875.7 2003
89 Republic of Macedonia 8,861.8 2003
90 Luxembourg 8,423.5 2003
91 Mongolia 7,281.5 2003
92 Cote d'Ivoire 7,144.1 2003
93 Cyprus 7,016.6 2003
94 El Salvador 6,597.8 2003
95 Latvia 6,490 2003
96 Uruguay 6,408.7 2003
97 Georgia 6,233.2 2003
98 Ghana 5,921.8 2003
99 Sudan 5,852.9 2003
100 Panama 5,708.9 2003
101 Costa Rica 5,223 2003
102 Honduras 4,958.1 2003
103 Angola 4,854.4 2003
104 Kyrgyzstan 4,849.3 2003
105 Tajikistan 4,455.1 2003
106 Botswana 4,033.3 2003
107 Senegal 3,928.2 2003
108 Armenia 3,669.1 2003
109 Paraguay 3,658.9 2003
110 Ethiopia 3,648.6 2003
111 Nicaragua 3,619.7 2003
112 Cameroon 3,413.4 2003
113 Nepal 3,229.4 2003
114 Mauritania 3,137.5 2003
115 Albania 3,085.1 2003
116 Mauritius 2,796 2003
117 Tanzania 2,695.2 2003
118 Madagascar 2,467.3 2003
119 Papua New Guinea 2,445.4 2003
120 Suriname 2,243.8 2003
121 Iceland 2,231.7 2003
122 Malta 2,140.1 2003
123 Namibia 1,944.9 2003
124 Zambia 1,899.4 2003
125 The Bahamas 1,726.1 2003
126 Benin 1,654.7 2003
127 Guyana 1,630.8 2003
128 Togo 1,608.9 2003
129 Gabon 1,454.6 2003
130 Uganda 1,441.8 2003
131 Haiti 1,409.9 2003
132 Guinea 1,336.3 2003
133 Barbados 1,334.4 2003
134 Mozambique 1,214.6 2003
135 Niger 1,195.9 2003
136 Burkina Faso 1,080.9 2003
137 Afghanistan 915.3 2003
138 Belize 827 2003
139 Malawi 782.3 2003
140 Democratic Republic of the Congo 750 2003
141 Equatorial Guinea 715.9 2003
142 Fiji 700.9 2003
143 Eritrea 622.5 2003
144 Maldives 603.1 2003
145 Rwanda 595.8 2003
146 Sierra Leone 572 2003
147 Mali 568.3 2003
148 Cambodia 536 2003
149 Saint Lucia 445.5 2003
150 Liberia 424.3 2003
151 Laos 412.6 2003
152 Bhutan 388.4 2003
153 Djibouti 388 2003
154 Swaziland 387.7 2003
155 Antigua and Barbuda 359.1 2003
156 Guinea-Bissau 286.2 2003
157 Central African Republic 285.8 2003
158 The Gambia 280.3 2003
159 Palau 241.8 2003
160 Burundi 240 2003
161 Seychelles 224.2 2003
162 Cape Verde 211.8 2003
163 Lesotho 209.6 2003
164 Solomon Islands 170.7 2003
165 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 164.9 2003
166 Samoa 145.5 2003
167 Nauru 135.6 2003
168 Tonga 131.2 2003
169 Chad 130.1 2003
170 Saint Kitts and Nevis 102.6 2003
171 Sao Tome and Principe 100 2003
172 Vanuatu 98.9 2003
173 Comoros 88.7 2003
174 Grenada 78.8 2003
175 Dominica 75.8 2003
176 Cook Islands 34.1 2003
177 Kiribati 28.9 2003
178 Niue 3.7 2003

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Interesting observations about Environment > CO2 Emissions

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Greenhouse gas emissions in the United Kingdom rose 1.5 percent from the previous year’s level in 2004 and are now higher than they have been since Tony Blair’s Labour government came to power in 1997. The data suggest U.K. may miss its emission target as set by the Kyoto Protocol.<p>Under the terms of the Kyoto Protocol, the U.K. must limit annual greenhouse gas emissions to 12.5 percent below 1990 levels for the 2008-2012 period. Emissions were 14.4 percent below in 2002, and 13.4 percent below in 2003, but just 12.6 percent below in 2004. <p>The government has previously admitted that the U.K. will not meet the target in the Labour party’s 1997 election platform of reducing CO2 emissions 20% from 1990 levels by 2010. The latest figures show the U.K.’s CO2 emissions in 2004 were just 4.2% below 1990 levels.

Posted on 01 Apr 2005

Ian Graham, Staff Editor

Ian Graham, Staff Editor

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Carbon dioxide is vital nutrient for plants. According to <a href= http://www.ghgonline.org/carbondioxide.htm >GreenHouse Gas Online</a>, an estimated 115 billion tons of carbon dioxide is emitted into the atmosphere every year by land-based organisms. The surface waters of the ocean emit an estimated 88 billion tons of carbon dioxide annually, but oceans also absorb 90 billion tons of carbon dioxide, so they actually reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Emissions from the breathing of the 6 billion people who inhabit earth are relatively insignificant. <p>However, the combustion of fossil fuels by humans generates considerable amounts of carbon dioxide. Emissions of carbon dioxide as a result of human activities tend to rise and fall in correlation with Gross Domestic Product. Many scientists believe that carbon dioxide emissions from human activities contribute to global warming.

Posted on 03 Mar 2005

Ian Graham, Staff Editor

Ian Graham, Staff Editor

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In response to <i>Ganesh .R</i>:

<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

Edria Murray, Staff Editor

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In now a days we depend for technology, but in order technology works it's needs electricity. So we burn more fossil fuel and produces tons and tons of CO2. We must find for more renewable source of electricity in order to protect Mother Earth, because we are the one who will be affected by the global warming.

Posted on 04 Dec 2010

sean cezar

sean cezar

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Search on Kyoto Protocol on Wikipedia will give 1990 figures (percentages)since 2012 commitments of Annex 1 countries are based on their 1990 records.

Posted on 03 Aug 2010

alan

alan

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Green IT can also help us ..

Posted on 06 Jul 2010

sirinrat

sirinrat

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More clean air makes me less money! How Dare you go insult the chinese factory workers.


More Co2 give me more women

Posted on 06 May 2010

Night Hawk

Night Hawk

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We really need to come together and reincorporate our environmental princples to gradually turn around the fate of the world.

(Go Cavs!)

Posted on 21 Apr 2010

Kyle

Kyle

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Please stop US for killing our environment..!

Posted on 18 Apr 2010

Ahmet

Ahmet

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People, don't you see the source of data? "Carbon Emissions from energy use and cement manufacturing, 1850 to 2000". This statistics are not most recent. Now China is on the first place before USA and Russia.

Posted on 16 Mar 2010

Daniel from Poland

Daniel from Poland

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When was this website last updated? i just wanna make sure that im getting the most recent info for my persuasive essay...

Posted on 24 Feb 2010

stalker much?

stalker much?

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@TC Canada is number 8. Are you from here too? oh and nice site man!

Posted on 23 Feb 2010

Jake

Jake

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HUMANS can DO NOTHING about these events & they produce more pollution than the human race could ever do! LOOK THESE THINGS UP YOURSELF!

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.

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TOXIC GAS concentration from VOLCANOES is FAR MORE DEADLY & Life threatening than what humans can do. (JUST VOLCANOES ALONE STATS).
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There are also stats on tundras that produce more pollution than the human race could ever do.

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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 West— its mesas and escarpments—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 Australia’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

USGS - STATS

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Thank you so much for this infomation i have been looking for this infomation for ages. I think i will go and live in Niue! usa you are killing our enviorment!

Posted on 11 Feb 2010

Hannah

Hannah

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I relayy dont understnad.Needs to be more clearer, much more clearer!

Posted on 25 Jan 2010

Donkeyy

Donkeyy

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This data is no longer useful, 2003 was 7 years ago, China has doubled their CO2 in that time. Please do not embarrass yourself and use this data anywhere.

Posted on 03 Jan 2010

jcspascua

jcspascua

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CO2 doesn't even make up 1% of earth's atmosphere.

Posted on 02 Jan 2010

Andy

Andy

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The US should stop providing agriculture and other goods to the rest of the world as well as importing goods from the rest of the world.

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

wyn

wyn

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Good start, but youh havn't given any evidence to back your claims. If you have the evidence show it ! Also, is it reliable? Did you evalaute your results? Time and dates?

Posted on 09 Dec 2009

Mr.McArthur

Mr.McArthur

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You have some good quality information, but people have to leave this page and try to search what there looking for some where eles.

Posted on 04 Nov 2009

Mr Smarty

Mr Smarty

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Data is not updated.
Since 2006 China has been the greatest emitter: 6,103,493, (21.5 % of the total)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_carbon_dioxide_emissions

Posted on 24 Aug 2009

josep

josep

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Data for South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Iran are missing.

Posted on 27 Jul 2009

Sadat

Sadat

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Am I missing something? I can't find what time period these emissions cover. Is it in a year?

Posted on 05 Dec 2009

J Wolski

J Wolski

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