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Energy consumption

USA
Population: 276 million (4.6% of world total) Per Capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP): $38,043 Total Energy Consumption: 98.8 quadrillion Btu (25% of world total) Per Capita Energy Consumption: 355.9 million Btu Per Capita Carbon Emissions: 5.5 metric tons of carbon Number of People per Motor Vehicle: 1.3

European Union (EU)
Population: 375 million (6.25% of world total) Per Capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP): $22,773 Total Energy Consumption: 61.7 quadrillion Btu (16% of the world total) Per Capita Energy Consumption: 164.5 million Btu Per Capita Carbon Emissions: 2.4 metric tons of carbon

Germany
Population: 82.8 million (1.38% of world total) Per Capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP): $20,531 Total Energy Consumption: 13.9 quadrillion Btu (3.6% of world total) Per Capita Energy Consumption: 170.4 million Btu Per Capita Carbon Emissions: 2.8 metric tons of carbon Number of People per Motor Vehicle: 1.9

France
Population: 59 million (0.98% of world total) Per Capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP): $20,338 Total Energy Consumption: 10.3 quadrillion Btu (2.7% of world total) Per Capita Energy Consumption: 173.5 million Btu Per Capita Carbon Emissions: 1.8 metric tons of carbon Number of People per Motor Vehicle: 1.9

Japan
Population: 126.5 million (2.1% of world total) Per Capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP): $37,944 Total Energy Consumption: 21.7 quadrillion Btu (5.7% of world total) Per Capita Energy Consumption: 171.6 million Btu Per Capita Carbon Emissions: 2.4 metric tons of carbon Number of People per Motor Vehicle: 1.8

Australia

1% of world total) Per Capita Energy Consumption: 2.7 times its share.41% of world total) Per Capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP): $1.04 metric tons of carbon Number of People per Motor Vehicle: N/A On a per capita basis. Based on figures from: US Energy Information Administration http://www.2% of world total) Per Capita Energy Consumption: 12.014 million (16.7 million (0.8 times its share.3 million Btu Per Capita Carbon Emissions: 0. Sudan less than one-fifth its share.7 India Population: 1.eia.9 Sudan Population: 35 million (0. France 2.gov/ . India uses one-fifth of its fair share. but they use twice as much energy as the Japanese to do it.6 times its share.3 million Btu Per Capita Carbon Emissions: 0. In terms of production.9 metric tons of carbon Number of People per Motor Vehicle: 1.796 Total Energy Consumption: 4.doe.25 metric tons of carbon Number of People per Motor Vehicle: 142.6 times its share.2% of world total) Per Capita Energy Consumption: 249.8 times its share. The average American uses twice as much energy as the average European or Japanese and 155 times as much as the average Nepalese. the US uses 5.58% of world total) Per Capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP): $311 Total Energy Consumption: 0. the EU 2.2 quadrillion Btu (3.04 metric tons of carbon Number of People per Motor Vehicle: 100 Nepal Population: 24. Nepal less than one-fifth its share.2 million (0. Australia 3. Americans produce more per head than Europeans and about the same as Japanese.109 Total Energy Consumption: 0.05 quadrillion Btu (<0.3 million Btu Per Capita Carbon Emissions: 0.07 quadrillion Btu (<0.7 quadrillion Btu (1.1% of world total) Per Capita Energy Consumption: 2.9% of world total) Per Capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP): $490 Total Energy Consumption: 12. Japan 2.Population: 19.4 times more than its fair share of the world's energy. Germany 2.8 million Btu Per Capita Carbon Emissions: 4.32% of world total) Per Capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP): $19.

281 5.265 6. and gas flaring were major contributors. Fossil-fuel burning. India 292.gov/cia/publications/factbook/ World's top CO2 producers The following countries had the highest total carbon dioxide emissions in the year 2000 (the most recent data available). Russia 391. Carbon Rank Country (Thousands of metric tons) 1.957 9.528. Britain 154.386 7.859 10. China 761.CIA World Factbook 2000 http://www.cia. Japan 323. United States 1.664 4. Canada 118. Italy 116. Germany 214.796 2. South Korea 116. cement production.586 3.543 Sources: Gregg Marland and Tom Boden of Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee and Bob Andres of the University of North Dakota (Published in the Christian Science Monitor) .979 8.