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WORLDWIDE CO2 EMISSION REDUCTION PROJECT.

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Sukhamay Gangopadhyay
Brisbane, Australia
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12/01/2009

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Preface
The blunt truth about the politics of climate change is that no country will want to sacrifice its
economy in order to meet this challenge, but all economies know that the only sensible long
term way of developing is to do it on a sustainable basis. - Tony Blair . (Ref 27)
The international equity question arises from the costs of climate change itself and mitigation
varying greatly across countries. It is affected by the historical responsibility for current
greenhouse gas emissions, which countries which were not responsible for whats in the
atmosphere now think are very important. Currently rich countries dont think those issues
are very important.- Ross Garnaut. (Ref 28)
"Global warming may or may not be the great environmental crisis of the next century, but -regardless of whether it is or isn't -- we won't do much about it. We will (I am sure) argue
ferociously over it and may even, as a nation, make some fairly solemn-sounding
commitments to avoid it. But the more dramatic and meaningful these commitments seem,
the less likely they are to be observed. Little will be done. . . . Global warming promises to
become a gushing source of national hypocrisy.'' -- Global Warming's Real Inconvenient
Truth By Robert J. Samuelson Page A13, July 1997. (Ref 29)
The trouble with the global warming debate is that it has become a moral crusade when it's
really an engineering problem. The inconvenient truth is that if we don't solve the engineering
problem, we're helpless. Global Warming's Real Inconvenient Truth By Mr. Robert J.
Samuelson said in Wednesday, July 5, 2006. (Ref 29)
Continuous increase of CO2 in atmosphere is a really an engineering issue. Since the
atmosphere around the world is common, possible reduction in CO2 emission over a limited
area will not solve this global issue. The CO2 emission issue is a global one and hence
requires global focus. Possible CO2 emission process should be treated as a global project.
Worldwide CO2 emission reduction project is the largest project world has ever seen or will
see. All countries of the world are stakeholder of this project. Successful implementation of
Worldwide CO2 emission reduction project is possible only if it is addressed as a project
ensuring project execution fundamentals of 5Ts with historical data, without sacrificing the
countrys economic growth, without putting extra financial burden on the poor/ lower income
group people, etc.
This paper approaches this Worldwide CO2 emission reduction project as global project
with 5Ts project fundamentals to create an open atmosphere so that all 209 stakeholders
can make this project a success.
Experience gained over last 30 years in project execution has been utilized in this paper.
People say project execution is not childs game but tough & risky game. Is it true? Or we
make it tough & risky game because we dont play this game with same level of honesty,
transparency, teamwork & trust, the way the children play the game.

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Acknowledgement
During last 30 years project execution experience various lessons were learned. Some
approaches were highly positive, some were extremely negative, some decision were good,
some were bad, some verdicts were unbiased, some verdicts biased, etc.
However all these positive/ negative approaches, good/ bad decisions. Unbiased/ biased
verdicts, etc. when analysed for lesson learned, always yield positive input. To get the
positive outcome from the negative approaches confronted during the project, bad decisions
encountered during the projects, biased verdicts faced during the project, etc. need to be
analysed in conjunction with the decision making project stakeholder along with the contest
& situation when these approaches/ decision/ verdicts were made. Proper analysis with
correct perspective will always yield positive outcome for future projects.
I would like to thanks & acknowledge all people, I interacted during various project execution,
from whom various lessons were learned. It is not possible to indicate all names here. I
apologise if any one is missed out.
Mr. Aditya A S
Mr. Banerjee P
Mr. Banerjee S N
Mr. Bhattacharya A K
Mr. Biswas S R
Mr. Burstinghaus P
Mr. Chakraborty P
Mr. Chang T S
Mr. Chhatwani A K
Mr. Das Dip
Dr. Droug
Dr. Dutt S C
Mr. Fackender B
Mr. Harada K
Mr. Henry R E
Mr. Herbster R E
Mr. Hooks R W
Mr. Hosoda
Mr. Hurt J
Mr. Igo T
Mr. Jennings E
Mr. Ketchion I
Mr. Mitra B
Mr. Michael N

Mr. Martindale B
Mr. Mazumdar P
Mr. Mitra P S
Mr. Mukherjee K
Mr. Mukherjee P K
Mr. Mukkaddam I A
Mr. Orupold M
Mr. Pal S
Mr. Paschal W B
Mr. Phillips R
Mr. Predick P R
Mr. Ramachandran B
Mr. Ray T
Mr. Richter P
Mr. Saito
Mr. SankaraNarayanan D
Mr. Short P
Mr. Singh Y P
Mr. Stacey A
Mr. Stirling M
Mr. Szechowycz A
Mr. Takamura
Mr. Vetter L G
Mr. Zarbade B G

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Index
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Project Introduction
Background analysis
Project stake holders
Present Energy Consumption Situation
Coal Consumption
Oil Consumption
Natural Gas Consumption
Sectoral Energy Consumption Patterns
Net Electric Power
Thermal Electricity
Hydro Electricity
Nuclear Electricity
Renewable Electricity
Various Electricity consumption patterns
Manufacturing Sector
Chemical & Petrochemical Industries
Iron & Steel Industries
Cement Industries
Paper & Pulp Industries
Aluminium Industries
Transportation Sector
Household Sector
Service Sector
Target setting
Timetable Setting
Teamwork
Trust
Conclusion
Reference
About the author
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Fig-1 : CO2 release (%) by different regions during 1980-2005


Fig-2 : Year wise CO2 production (tons) per person per year during 1980-2005
Fig-3 : Ambient CO2 level (ppmv) vs time
Fig-4 : Worldwide CO2 emission (millions metric tons) during 1980-2005
Fig-5 : Region wise average coal consumption during 1980-2005
Fig-6 : Region wise average oil consumption during 1980-2005
Fig-7 : Region wise average natural gas consumption during 1980-2005
Fig-8 : Total net electricity (Billions kWh) consumption Vs. year
Fig-9 : Worlds share of net electricity region wise (1980-2005)
Fig-10: Total thermal electricity (Billions kWh) consumption Vs. year
Fig-11: Worlds share of thermal electricity region wise (1980-2005)
Fig-12: Total hydro electricity (Billions kWh) consumption Vs. year
Fig-13: Worlds share of hydro electricity region wise (1980-2005)
Fig-14: Regions nuclear electricity (Billions kWh) consumption vs. year
Fig-15 : Regions nuclear electricity % share of world
Fig-16: Regions renewable electricity (Billions kWh) consumption vs. year
Fig-17: Regions % share of worlds renewable electricity

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List of Tables:Table-1: Countries with Development Index (DI) 0.9 & above
Table-2: Top 50 countries for per capita average (1980-2005) CO2 emission
Table-3 : Ambient Air Quality 1958-2007
Table- 4 : Ambient CO2 concentration and CO2 Emission
Table-5: Top 50 countries for Coal consumption
Table-6: Top 25 countries for Coal consumption (1980 -2005)
Table-7: Top 50 countries for per capita oil consumption
Table-8: Top 25 countries for Oil consumption (1980-2005)
Table-9 : 40 largest oil & N Gas producing countries
Table-10: Top 50 countries for per capita Natural Gas consumption
Table-11: Top 25 countries for Natural Gas consumption (1980-2005)
Table-12: Top 25 countries for each type of fossil fuel consumption arranged
according to their average development index 1980-2003
Table-13: Top 25 countries for Net Electricity consumption (1980-2005)
Table-14: Top 25 countries for thermal Electricity consumption (1980-2005)
Table-15: Top 25 countries for hydro Electricity consumption (1980-2005)
Table-16: Top 25 countries for Nuclear Electricity consumption (1980-2005)
Table-17: Top 25 countries for Renewable Electricity consumption (1980-2005)
Table-18: Consolidated list of countries of Table 13 to 17.
Table-19: Top 50 countries with per capita electricity consumption & % distribution
Table -20: Estimation of per capita CO2 emission from Thermal Electricity by 2050
Table 21 : Global Chemical and Petrochemical Industry, 2005 (Including Electricity)
Table 22 : Global Chemical and Petrochemical Industry, 2005 (Excluding Electricity)
Table 23 : Global Steel Production, 2006
Table 24 : Global Cement Production, 2006
Table 25 : Global Paper and Pulp Production, 2006
Table 26: Global Primary Aluminium Production, 2006
Table-27 : World's car population as on 1990
Table -28 : Private cars population of 49 countries
Table -29 : Top 20 countries with highest per capita private cars
Table- 30: Household Energy use in 1012 kJ
Table- 31: Household Primary Energy comparison
Table- 32: Household Renewable Energy comparison
Table- 33: Household Electric Energy comparison
Table- 34: Household Total Energy comparison
Table- 35: Service Sector Energy use in 1012 kJ
Table- 36: Service Sector Primary Energy comparison
Table- 37: Service Sector Renewable Energy comparison
Table- 38: Service Sector Electric Energy comparison
Table- 39: Service Sector Total Energy comparison
Table-40 : Average (1990-2005) Per Capita Energy Consumption in Service Sector
Table 41- World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal,
Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-200
Table 42- Typical comparison of per capita CO2 emission with due consideration
to export & import

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Appendix
Appendix A : Worldwide/ region wise/ country wise CO2 emission data
Appendix B : Worldwide/ region wise/ country wise Electricity data
Appendix C : Worldwide/ region wise/ country wise Population & Development Index data
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Project Introduction
Climate change is no doubt a critical issue and awareness of the same has been noticed in
some developed/ developing countries. Climate change issue is a worldwide issue. Earth
atmosphere is common and controlling the emission of greenhouse gas only for some
countries will never yield the desired worldwide result. We need worldwide awareness on
this critical climate change issue and worldwide agreement on the control & monitoring of
climate change. CO2 emission is considered as one of the most critical component for
climate change. CO2 emission results from various sectors e.g. electricity generation sector,
transportation sector, manufacturing, sector, etc. Hence targeting a particular sector only,
e.g. electricity generation sector, to reduce the CO2 emission leading to climate change
impact will be biased and hence will be difficult to achieve. All the sectors producing CO2
emission for all countries need to be analysed and possible solution / alternative methods/
improvement process to reduce CO2 emission needs to be formulated & accepted worldwide
for any success.
Carbon emission control & monitoring on worldwide basis i.e. worldwide CO2 emission
reduction project is the largest project world has ever seen or will see.
Any project success depends on the 5Ts i.e. Transparency, Target, Timetable, Teamwork
and Trust.
Transparency Any project involves number of stakeholders. So it is important to identify
all the stakeholders of the project and establish agreed DOR (division of responsibility) for all
the stakeholders with respective responsibility, authority & accountability. Also within each
stakeholders activities, numbers of departments are involved and hence same philosophy
needs to be established between & within each stakeholder.
Transparent approach in identifying of DOR is most important in project execution. One
example can elaborate this. In any project, there will be some interfaces with statutory
bodies like environment, fire dept, etc. who deals with concerned issues having approving
authority. In number of projects DOR, Fulfilment of environment issues are included in EPC
contractors scope. Owner/ owners consultant/ bankers consultant, etc. reviews EPC
contractors documents during execution stage, makes comments, attends discussion, and
at the end, they will advise EPC contractor to obtain approval from approving authority which
are normally federal/ state/ local government agencies. This approach results in wastage of
project time and in project execution time is costliest commodity. The project benefits the
local/ state / federal bodies and hence they are definitely project stakeholders. Inclusion of
them in project DOR will earn positive contribution from them in project execution. Approving
authority should be a project stakeholder and DOR should include them with clear
identification of their role so that concerned documents are submitted to them at the first
instant. This will avoid project time wastage. Other project stakeholders can review & add
values but direct interaction with approving authority will ensure execution without delay.
Target Agreed DOR should also clearly define activity/ project goal(s) i.e. target for each
project stakeholder. For example if EPC contractor is executing a portion of large
development i.e. say power plant portion of a large integrated production complex and the
far field noise (environment interface) is defined at integrated plant boundary, the
contribution of respective stakeholders (i.e. EPC contractors for various plant portion and/ or

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existing facilities owner) should be clearly defined. In some cases, certain portion of existing
facilities/ other contractors is required to be operational for testing the scope covered in a
particular EPC contractor. The noise contribution of the existing portion/ other contract
portion may be so high that it may not be possible to maintain the far field noise level
specified by statutory bodies. This results in lot of discussion/ argument resulting in wastage
of time, the costliest commodity of the project. DOR should clearly define target for each
stakeholder to avoid project time wastage. Upfront agreements, on various project
stakeholders target, results in smooth project execution with no/ minimum wastages of
project resource/ time.
This can only be achieved by setting proper target for each stakeholder & upfront agreement
on respective target/ responsibilities between all project stakeholders.
Timetable Agreed DOR should also clearly define each activity/ project goal(s) completion
time i.e. timetable for each project stakeholder. Some of the project activities involve federal/
state/ local bodies. In EPC contract the responsibility of getting federal/ state/ local bodies/
consultants approval is defined as EPC contractors responsibility. Sometimes due to their
internal resource/ other problems, the federal / state/ local statutory bodies/ consultant
delays the approval or to avoid delay makes partial comments/ request clarification so that
they can review it again on receipt of the additional information. This avoids delay on their
parts but the project as a whole is subjected to delay and normally such delays are attributed
to EPC contractor. This is not a transparent system of timetable and EPC contractor is
bound to fight if such delay is attributed to him. This results in cost & time wastage. This can
only be avoided by setting proper timetable for each stakeholder & upfront agreement
between all project stakeholders.
Teamwork- project success depends on teamwork. Teamwork is required in both fields between & within the stakeholders. Each project a stakeholder is expected to contribute
100% and also to render help to the extent possible to other stakeholders as & when
required. This also applicable within the each team (each stake holders) i.e. each team
members of the particular team is expected to contribute 100% to his set goals and also to
render help to the extent possible to other team members as & when requested. Sometimes
some team concentrate on short times goals and tries to drags the issue. A classic example
may be between two stakeholders one working on T&M basis while the other working on
fixed lump sum basis. Under such situation, all other teams are expected to council the
particular team and settle the issue amicably at the earliest. Teamwork is the most important
for successful project execution. Unfortunately teamwork can not be defined in documents
like DOR, etc. Teamwork gets reflected during project execution.
Trust- Last but most important parameter for project success is trust. Lot of projects have
suffered due to lack of trust even though they had good transparent DOR, Target, Timetable
and teamwork. In one 500 MW power project , eight (8) months after project detail
engineering started, one project stakeholder came out with the idea of pre-fabricated pipe
rack i.e. piperack structure along with cable trays, piping & pipe supports, etc. will be
fabricated in shop & will transported to project site. This was not in original project DOR.
Argument on what should be the scope change for each stakeholder & their corresponding
values would have taken months before any activity could start. But trust made it easy. Each
stakeholder agreed to work for new idea to accelerate project completion with an agreement
that scope change matter will be discussed & settled later. This was possible because during
early stage of project execution each stakeholder were able to build up mutual trust through
their already demonstrated activities.

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Trust among the stakeholders can make a project success even through there is some
lacuna in DOR, target & timetable.
Like any other project, Worldwide CO2 emission reduction project also requires these 5 Ts
for its success. We need transparent analysis of present CO2 emission level of each project
stakeholders with respect to various sources of CO2 emission, their sectoral uses pattern,
present CO2 emission level, etc.
Based on the above transparent analysis, we need to establish a transparent target of CO2
emission reduction level of each project stakeholders without hampering the stakeholders
socio-economic development. After transparent target setting, we need to establish a
transparent timetable of targeted CO2 emission reduction level of each project
stakeholders.
The acceptance of the above established transparent target & timetable by all the project
stakeholders is expected to ensure teamwork. As this CO2 emission reduction project
moves forward, teamwork & trust will be demonstrated through mutual cooperation
between developed countries / developing/ underdeveloped/ poor countries.
This will make Worldwide CO2 emission reduction project a success.
Background Analysis:When we learnt the use of fire, we started carbon discharging dioxide in the atmosphere.
However the amount was negligible and no one bothered. Over the years, we have
graduated from the simple fire utilization to electricity, gas/ oil heating, luxury cars, etc. and
with each step of development; carbon dioxide emission in the atmosphere has increased.
Some figures will help to understand the situation.
In 1980 world population was 4.4 billion; amount of CO2 release was 18330 M Tons/ Year
In 2005 world population was 6.5 billion; amount of CO2 release was 28193 M Tons/ Year
In 25 years, world population increased by 47%, while CO2 emission increased by 55%. It
may appear that increase in CO2 emission is approximately in same proportion to population
increase. But this apparent fact is a coincident rather than a reality.
FIG-1 : CO2 RELEASE (%) BY DIFFERENT REGION DURING PERIOD 1980 -2005
NORTH AMERICA

CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA

EUROPE

EURASIA

MIDDLE EAST

AFRICA

ASIA & OCEANIA

CO2 production as (%) of world total

North America: -27.48% of world CO2 prod with 6.91 % of world population
South & Central America-3.68% of world CO2 prod. With 6.84 % world population
Europe-20.54% of world CO2 prod. With 10.25 % world population
Eurasia-13.47% of world CO2 prod. With 5.20 % world population
Middle East-3.89% of world CO2 prod. With 2.59 % world population
Africa-3.52% of world CO2 prod. With 12.15 % world population
Asia & Oceania-27.43% of world CO2 prod. With 56.06 % world population
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The actual fact is that the energy consumption & hence CO2 emission was increased more
rapidly by developed & developing regions/ countries during the period 1980-2005 . See fig1. In 1980, there was not a single country having development index of 0.9 or more while in
2003, there were about 28 countries having development index of 0.9 or more. See table-1.
Table-1: Countries with Development Index (DI) 0.9 & above
country
1980 2003 Region
country
1980
Region
Europe Austria
0.858 0.936 Europe
Slovenia
..
Europe Belgium
0.863 0.945 Europe
Spain
0.854
Europe Denmark
0.882 0.941 Europe
Sweden
0.874
Europe Finland
0.861 0.941 Europe
Switzerland
0.89
Europe France
0.869 0.938 Europe
United
0.854
Kingdom
Europe Germany
0.861
0.93 Asia & Oceania Australia
0.866
Europe Greece
0.85 0.912 Asia & Oceania Hong Kong,
0.8
Europe Iceland
0.886 0.956 Asia & Oceania Japan
0.882
Europe Ireland
0.826 0.946 Asia & Oceania Rep. of
0.741
Korea
Europe Italy
0.858 0.934 Asia & Oceania New Zealand 0.854
Europe Luxembourg
0.851 0.949 Asia & Oceania Singapore
0.761
Europe Netherlands
0.879 0.943 North America
Canada
0.886
Europe Norway
0.888 0.963 North America
United
0.887
States
Europe Portugal
0.802 0.904 Middle East
Israel
0.819

2003
0.904
0.928
0.949
0.947
0.939
0.955
0.916
0.943
0.901
0.933
0.907
0.949
0.944
0.915

There is no country in the above list from Africa & South & Central America.
Fig-2 indicates the year wise per capita CO2 emission for various regions during period
1980-2005.
Fig-2 : Year wise CO2 production (Tons) per Person per Year during 1980-2005
WORLD

NORTH AMERICA

CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA

EUROPE

MIDDLE EAST

AFRICA

ASIA & OCEANIA

EURASIA

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12
10
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1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Year

Regions below
Regions above world
world average
WORLD AVERAGE

CO2 prodcution/ person/ year (Tons/ person/ year)

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It is evident from fig-2 that North America, Europe & Eurasia regions dominated in per capita
CO2 emission during period 1980-2005. Per capita CO2 emission from developing &
underdeveloped regions like Asia (excepting a few countries), Africa were well be low the
world average.
Table-2 indicates the top 50 countries (with average population more than 500,000) having
average highest per capita CO2 emission during period 1980-2005.
Table-2: Top 50 countries for per capita average (1980-2005) CO2 emission
Ave Per Capita
Ave Per Capita
CO2 Emission (tons/ person/ year)
CO2 Emission (tons/ person/ year)
(1993-2005)
(1993-2005)
Region

(T/P/Y)

Region

Country

Middle East
Middle East
Middle East
Asia & Oceania
Middle East
North America
Central & South
America
Asia & Oceania
North America
Europe
Europe
Middle East
Eurasia
Europe
Europe
Eurasia

Country
United Arab
Emirates
Qatar
Bahrain
Singapore
Kuwait
United States
Trinidad and
Tobago
Australia
Canada
Netherlands
Belgium
Saudi Arabia
Estonia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Russia

49.118
46.957
31.093
25.835
24.762
19.895

Europe
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Europe
Asia & Oceania
Africa

Norway
New Zealand
Japan
Greece
Korea, South
South Africa

9.297
9.148
9.059
8.959
8.887
8.732

18.677
17.715
17.441
15.382
13.005
12.929
12.616
12.131
11.567
11.272

Hong Kong
Libya
Bulgaria
Poland
Oman
Cyprus
Austria
Italy
Spain
Ukraine

8.723
8.546
7.955
7.953
7.933
7.916
7.658
7.576
7.490
7.487

Europe
Europe
Eurasia
Europe
Europe
Middle East
Asia & Oceania

Germany
Finland
Kazakhstan
Iceland
Slovakia
Israel
Taiwan

10.620
10.445
10.376
10.295
10.201
10.140
10.021

Puerto Rico
Slovenia
France
Sweden
Switzerland
Belarus
Turkmenistan

7.305
7.024
6.638
6.510
6.202
6.003
5.970

Europe
Europe

Ireland
United Kingdom

Asia & Oceania


Africa
Europe
Europe
Middle East
Europe
Europe
Europe
Europe
Eurasia
Central & South
America
Europe
Europe
Europe
Europe
Eurasia
Eurasia
Central & South
America
Europe

Venezuela
Hungary

5.826
5.735

9.593
9.567

(T/P/Y)

Note - Countries with population less than 500, 000 are excluded from the analysis
T/P/Y- Tons/ Person/ Year

Table -2 indicates the followings:2 countries out of 6 countries of North America region are in the top 50.
7 countries out of 13 countries of Middle East region are in the top 50.
3 countries out of 44 countries of Central & South America region are in the top 50.
23 countries out of 35 countries of Europe region are in the top 50.
6 countries out of 15 countries of Eurasia region are in the top 50.
7 countries out of 45 countries of Asia & Oceania region are in the top 50.
2 countries out of 55 countries of Africa region are in the top 50.

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It is also evident that all most all the countries appearing in Table-2 are either have reached
developed country status or have large reserve of primary energy (coal/ oil/ gas).
This demonstrates that the developed countries contributed maximum to CO2 emission till
2005. As the other countries develop, they will add more & more per capita CO2 emission.
The process will continue till all the countries of the world reaches the Developed Country
status. Then the increase of CO2 emission will be mainly dependent on population growth.
Present days per capita average CO2 emission by the developed countries (Countries
having Development Index of 0.9 or more) is about 15.2 tons/ person/ year. If all countries of
the world reaches development index of minimum 0.9 by 2050 and CO2 emission goes
uncontrolled, considering expected worldwide population of about 9.2 billion in 2050, the
estimated CO2 emission in 2050 will be around 140,000 Million Tons which is about 762% of
worldwide CO2 emission in 1980.
Table-3 indicates the atmospheric CO2 constituent variation over years.

Year
1958
1967
1977
1987
1996
2007

Table-3 : Ambient Air Quality 1958-2007


CO2 concentration
Source
[ppmv]
315.56
D. R. Lide, CRC Handbook of
322.88
Chemistry and Physics, 83th Edition
334.53
(CRC Press LLC,
349.24
Boca Raton, 2002)
363.99
377.30
Ref -6

Fig-3 indicates the ambient CO2 concentration level (ppmv) variation during period 19582007. Ambient CO2 level has increased by approx. 20% during the period 1958-2007.
Fig-3 : Ambient CO2 level (ppmv) Vs Time
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Ambient CO2 (ppmv)

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360.00
350.00
340.00
330.00
320.00
310.00
300.00
290.00
280.00
1958

1967

1977

1987

1996

2007

Year

From the Fig-3, it is evident that ambient CO2 level increased between 1958 to 1980 at about
3.6 % per year while the same increased at about 4.2% per year between 1980- 2003. There
was not a single country in 1980 with development index of 0.9 or more while there were 28
countries out of 209 countries with development index of 0.9 or more in 2003. When all the
countries of the world reaches development index of 0.9 or more, ambient CO2

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concentration is expected to reach much much higher level. We need to control CO2
emission to maintain clean atmosphere for future generation. This will give breathing time to
future generation to explore various available options and decide on best option to address
the Climate change issue of their time.
Fig-4 indicates the year wise worldwide CO2 emission in million metric tons during the period
1980-2005
Fig -4 : Worldwide CO2 emission (Million Metric tons) during 1980-2005

CO2 emission (Million Metric Tons)

30000

25000

20000

15000

10000

5000

0
1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Year

Table- 4 indicates the ambient CO2 concentration level (ppmv) and CO2 emission level
Table- 4 : Ambient CO2 concentration and CO2 Emission
Year
CO2 concentration
CO2 Emission
[ppmv]
(Million M Tons)
1980
338.943
18330.68
2005
374.88
28192.74

If we consider that 80 % increase in ambient CO2 level is caused by human energy


consumption & 20 % by nature (bush fire, etc.), then total estimated additional CO2 emission
of 567480 million metric tons during the period 1980-2005 caused the ambient CO2
concentration level increase of 28.75 ppmv (80% of ambient CO2 level increase).
The world population is expected to reach 9.2 billion & 11.8 billion by year 2050 & 2100
respectively. It is human inherent nature to develop themselves to the level of others. Hence
developing countries try to achieve the level of developed countries; underdeveloped
countries try to reach the level of developing countries, etc. This process will continue until
all the countries reach the developed country status.
It is true. Table-1 indicates that in 1980 there was not a single country having development
index of 0.9 or more but in 2003, 28 countries achieved development status of 0.9 or more.
The average (1980-2005) per capita CO2 emission by countries having development index of
0.9 or more was about 15.2 Tons/ person/ year against the world average of 4.22
Tons/person/ year.
If all countries achieve development status of 0.9 or more by 2050 and If no control on CO2
emission is imposed, world average per capita CO2 emission level will reach 15.2 Tons/
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Person/ Year (T/P/Y) same as the average per capita CO2 emission of present days 28
countries with development index 0.9 or more.
With expected world population of 9.2 billion by 2050, the expected CO2 emission in 2050
will be about 140000 million metric tons per year. This is about 762 % increase in CO2
emission (of 1980 level) in every year from 2050. If we consider linear growth for population
& development up to 2050, the total cumulative CO2 emission during period 2005-2050 will
be around 3777900 million metric tons which is about 650% of total CO2 emission resulted
during 1980-2005. This will lead to atmospheric CO2 concentration level increase by 166% in
2050 while same in 2005 was about 20%. This indicates the magnitude of CO2 emission
issue.
Even though lot of countries are of the opinion that natural calamity e.g. large scale bush fire,
volcanos, etc. create more CO2 emission compared to CO2 emission created by mankind,
but such argument has no merit. We have to reduce the CO2 emission to the extent possible
to leave a clean atmosphere to our future generation.
This is no doubt, a real concern. The CO2 release by any region and/ or country does not
remain within the country. It gets into the total earths atmosphere and hence this is a global
problem affecting all the countries of the world. All countries of the world irrespective of the
size, economic status, political differences, etc, are equal stakeholders of this worldwide CO2
emission reduction project.
This is largest worldwide project considering past and most probably future.
Highlights of project identification: All countries, people want to achieve highest development status. Any programme
which obstructs development progress will be a failure.
Countries per capita CO2 emission will increase as the countries status improves
from underdeveloped to developing, developing to developed.
Once all countries of the world reaches developed status, subsequent CO2 emission
is expected to be population growth dependent.
If uncontrolled, CO2 emission level can reach as high as 650% by year 2050 resulting
in atmospheric CO2 concentration increase by 166%.
CO2 being heavier than other elements present in atmosphere, creates more
problem.
CO2 emission is real concern and requires worldwide CO2 emission reduction.
CO2 reduction implementation project require equal participation with equal
accountability & commitments of all stakeholders irrespective of their size, population,
economic condition, political differences, etc.
Project Stake holders:
As mentioned earlier, worldwide CO2 emission reduction project will be the biggest
international project the world has ever seen. This project will have other peculiarities also.
Normally in a project, the stakeholders are Owner/Client, Financer, Financers consultant,
Owner/ Client consultant, PMC, Contractors, regulatory bodies, etc. Some stake holders

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enjoys some additional advantages over the others since all the stakeholders doesnt work
on the same basis i.e. fixed cost, fixed time, accountability, etc.
In project execution, the Owner/ Financer indicates the terms & conditions for the project in
RFQ/ FRP document and it gets finalized mutually during contract signing. Even for such
projects, some times it takes months/ years to finalize the contract. Even with defined
contract conditions, defined scope & schedule with LD (Liquidated Damage), the project
encounters various contractual issues which often drags to court for settlement.
The goal of CO2 emission reduction project is to limit the CO2 emission within a specified
time to a specified level. All the countries of the world are stakeholders of this project. Unlike
other projects, in this project all stake holders will have same authority, responsibility &
accountability irrespective of their size, population, development status, etc.
In this project, there is no room for unaccountable role for any stakeholder. Normally in
project execution some times it happens that one particular stakeholder raises certain minor
/ document format concern/ issues while reviewing documents. This is sometimes to justify
their presence. On lighter side, it can be mentioned- Have any one has ever seen any
document approved by external agencies?. Once those concerns are addressed with
sufficient technical / contractual justification documents, that particular stakeholder normally
states that under the present conditions, documents & response are accepted. But in this
process of clarification, meetings, etc, the project time is lost and this particular stakeholder
is not accountable for this project delay.
There in no room for such defunct/ unaccountable role in this worldwide CO2 emission
reduction project. All stakeholders have to share equal responsibility with equal
accountability. Hence it is absolutely important to follow the project execution fundamental
5Ts i.e. Transparency, Target, Timetable, Teamwork and Trust and of project
implementation in this project.
To reduce the carbon emission, the developed & developing countries will explore the
possibilities for more efficient energy production, more environment friendly energy
production, etc. But this initiative is bound to be more expensive. Developed countries can
afford this because they have already reached the level of fulfilling the basic comfort level to
their population. But this is not true for the under developed & poor countries. Can they
afford the luxury of expensive energy when their population is not able to get the minimum
energy support required?
In CO2 emission reduction project, there is not a single agency which bears the entire cost
associated with this global implementation project. Each country has to bear the associated
cost for this global project applicable of their respective country. However following the
teamwork, other countries can help them through know-how, technology transfer, etc.
Ultimately the cost has to be passed on to the common people and any policy which is
against the interest of common people cant survive. This will get reflected in countries
general election and/ or changing the ruler by revolution, etc. For success of CO2 reduction
project, CO2 reduction global policy should fulfil the basic requirements of common people
Such project can only be successfully implemented, if all stakeholders mutually agree on
project fundamentals for every stage of the project without preventing the common people
from enjoying the fruits of todays scientific developments.
Win-win situation for all stakeholders makes the project a success. Large number of project
stakeholders having different cultures, different economic index, different resources, etc.
makes it difficult but not impossible to arrive at a win-win situation for this project.
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One way of fixing the goal is it to set the reduction target by the super powers and force all
countries to follow the same. This process will lead to project failure. Even if the super
powers force some countries to adopt the resolution, with time the implementation process
will be a failure. Even super powers (some stakeholders of the project) also have to consider
their internal political situation & timing to decide on their internal policy declaration. When
this declaration comes, the political situation of other countries (also project stakeholders)
may not be suitable for them to declare the regulation. The political situation can never be
uniform across the world. Only complete transparency in policy can override political
situation/ differences.
CO2 reduction project requires complete transparency in analysing the each stakeholders
present situation which will lead to the next step of target setting.
CO2 emission primarily is resulted from energy consumption mainly fossil fuel consumption.
All countries require energy consumption to fulfil their basic needs.
Energy consumption is needed by various sectors e.g. residential, office. Manufacturing,
transportation, service sector, etc.
Residential energy consumption constitutes of electricity for lights, appliances, fan / heater,
computers, etc. oil/ gas for cooking, heating, etc.
Manufacturing sector like steel, Aluminium, paper, cement, refinery, energy extraction (coal/
oil/ gas etc.), finished goods production, construction of plants, etc. requires considerable
energy consumption. With global sourcing, manufacturing of a particular country not only
fulfils its internal demand but also global demand.
Service sector covers countries infrastructure, public health, education, etc.
Transportation sector includes public transportation, private cars, air travel, sea voyages,
internal food/ goods distribution system, export sector goods transportation, etc.
All these sectors are important for countries development & growth and hence any attempt
by worldwide CO2 emission reduction project, to curtail energy consumption in these
sectors to reduce CO2 emission, should not hamper the countries progress in the
development process & economic growth. If it does, then worldwide CO2 emission reduction
project will be a failure.
Energy consumption is required to produce our needs. Apart from the CO2 emission by
natural calamity like bush fire, accidental fires, human created CO2 emission is a product of
fossil fuel energy consumption and the level of per capita energy consumption of a country
depends on the development status, economy status, etc.
It is all humans inherent aspiration to achieve the best quality of life. This is also applicable
for the society, country. Low income people/ countries wants to reach the comfort level
enjoyed by middle income people/ countries, middle income wants to reach the comfort level
of developing countries, developing one to developed status and developed one wants to
achieve higher level.
This race will continue & will result in more & more energy consumption leading to more CO2
emission. After all countries reach the same development status, per capita CO2 emission
will increase mainly with the population increase.
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Present Energy consumption situation.
CO2 emission in nature occurs in two ways. Considerable amount of CO2 is added in the
nature from Volcano, bush fire, etc. Human started adding CO2 in the nature as soon as we
learnt use of fire.
In past the amount of CO2 added by human was negligible compared to the CO2 added by
nature itself. However as we progressed through various stages of development, the human
contribution to CO2 emission in nature increased. Today CO2 addition from nature is much
small compared to CO2 addition by human.
Today CO2 addition from nature is much small compared to CO2 addition by human.
As countries develop, their per capita energy consumption will increase as well as the per
capita CO2 emission. In 1980 world has no country having development index of 0.9 or more.
In 2003, 28 countries out of the total 209 countries reached development index of 0.9 or
more. Some day todays poorest country will reach developed status.
Primary energy constitute of three major element i.e. coal, oil & natural gas. Depending on
their availability and the economic status of the country, each country uses these primary
energies to meet their day-to-day energy requirement including electricity generation. CO2
emission from hydro-electricity is marginal. Electricity produced from nuclear, solar, wind,
geothermal, etc. energy are considered as CO2 emission free. However construction of
nuclear plants, etc. has long gestation periods and construction of these plants requires
large amount of energy consumption leading to CO2 emission.
The type of primary energy used by any country will depend on large scale on its primary
energy resource availability. For obvious economic reason, countries will try to use the
internal energy resources to the maximum extent.
Hence it is important to analyse the energy consumption pattern and consequent CO2
emission level. This will help the CO2 emission reduction project to identify the magnitude
of past CO2 emission by various stakeholders which in turn will help in setting their
respective target & timetable.
Coal consumption
Global average coal consumption has increased from 4142.31 Million Short Tons / Year in
1980 to 6482.97 Million Short Tons / year in 2005. This is a 56% increase while world
population has increased by 47%. But unfortunate, this increase in is not uniform for all
countries in the world.
The coal is the cheapest available primary energy. Coal is used for electricity generation as
well as for some other manufacturing process & household uses. However CO2 emission per
kWh of electricity generated is much more compared to other energy source e.g. oil, gas.
Because of its cheap cost, countries will use this energy as prime source as it was used in
past by todays developed countries. We should accept this.
The world average coal consumption during the period 1993-2005 is about 0.893 Tons/
Person/ Year. Table -5 present the top 50 countries based on the average per capita coal
consumption during period 1993-2005.
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Table-5: Top 50 countries for Coal consumption
Ave Per Capita

Ave Per Capita

Coal Cons

Coal Cons

(1993-2005)

(1993-2005)

Region
Eurasia

Country
Estonia

(T/P/Y)
11.229

Region
Eurasia

Country
Ukraine

Asia & Oceania

Australia

7.036

Asia & Oceania

Korea, North

1.550

Europe

Czech Republic

6.897

Europe

Finland

1.496

Europe

Greece

6.751

Asia & Oceania

Hong Kong

1.477

Europe

Poland

4.353

Asia & Oceania

Korea, South

1.465

Eurasia

Kazakhstan

4.241

Europe

Spain

1.309

Europe

Macedonia

4.211

Asia & Oceania

Japan

1.278

Europe

Bulgaria

4.198

Asia & Oceania

China

1.230

Europe

Montenegro

4.073

Europe

1.226

Europe

Serbia

4.073

Europe

United
Kingdom
Belgium

Africa
North America

South Africa
United States

4.026
3.731

Europe
Asia & Oceania

1.177
1.155

Europe
Europe
Central & South
America
Asia & Oceania
Europe

Germany
Slovenia
Virgin Islands,
U.S.
Mongolia
Slovakia

3.497
2.927
2.718

Europe
Europe
Europe

Turkey
New
Caledonia
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Ireland

2.260
2.160

Europe
Asia & Oceania

North America
Asia & Oceania
Europe
Middle East
Europe

Canada
Taiwan
Denmark
Israel
Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Russia
Romania
Hungary

2.061
2.054
1.962
1.893
1.882
1.857
1.843
1.712

Eurasia
Europe
Europe

(T/P/Y)
1.589

1.211

1.137
0.938
0.834

Africa
Europe
Europe
Europe
Asia & Oceania

Austria
New
Zealand
Botswana
Portugal
Iceland
Sweden
Thailand

0.832
0.723
0.662
0.587
0.457
0.442
0.424

Europe
Europe
Asia & Oceania

France
Norway
India

0.416
0.412
0.395

It is evident that there is a huge difference in per capita coal consumption of various
countries of the world. Only 40 countries per capita coal consumption was above the world
average during period 1993-2005.
Average per capita coal consumption for 156 countries, was below 0.3 Tons/person/year.
There are 15 countries having per capita coal consumption between 0.893 0.300 T/P/Y
Out of top 28 countries having development index of 0.9 or more, 25 countries are appearing
in the list of top 50 countries for per capita coal consumption.
Majority of the countries appearing in table-5 are recognised for their coal reserves &
production. It is natural that all these countries will try to use their internal resources to fulfil
their own energy requirements and/ or export to meet world demand/ earn revenue.
Fig- 5 indicates the region wise CO2 production from coal consumption.
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Fig-5 : Region wise average Coal consumption during 1980-2005
North America

Central & South America

Europe

Eurasia

Middle East

Africa

Asia & Oceania

North America: -20.94% of world coal consumption with 6.91 % of world population
South & Central America-0.67% of world coal consumption with 6.84 % world population
Europe-20.23% of world coal consumption with 10.25 % world population
Eurasia-8.22% of world coal consumption with 5.20 % world population
Middle East-0.24 % of world coal consumption with 2.59 % world population
Africa-3.48% of world coal consumption with 12.15 % world population
Asia & Oceania-46.22% of world coal consumption with 56.06 % world population
Coal Consumption as % of world total

50
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0

Table -6 lists the worlds top 25 coal energy consuming counties


Table-6: Top 25 countries for Coal consumption (1980 -2005)

Country
Australia
Greece
Czech
Republic
South Africa
Poland
Kazakhstan
United States
Bulgaria
Germany
Canada
Taiwan
Russia
Romania
Korea, North
Ukraine
Korea, South
Spain
China
Turkey
Japan
United
Kingdom
Thailand
India
France
Indonesia

Coal
Consump.As %
of world
2.493
1.327

Population As
% of world
0.320
0.187

1.327
3.226
3.144
1.222
19.471
0.627
5.347
1.192
0.843
5.092
0.777
0.626
1.470
1.277
0.979
28.852
1.422
3.019

0.188
0.709
0.692
0.285
4.762
0.154
1.471
0.526
0.377
2.661
0.413
0.370
0.918
0.802
0.719
21.378
1.064
2.261

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

7.045
4.549
4.540
4.285
4.089
4.071
3.635
2.268
2.234
1.914
1.884
1.692
1.600
1.594
1.362
1.350
1.337
1.335

1.362
0.488
7.296
0.460
0.448

1.066
1.039
16.172
1.050
3.618

21
22
23
24
25

1.278
0.470
0.451
0.438
0.124

Coal
consumer
Rank
1
2

Ratio- % Coal cons/


% world population
7.785
7.094

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It is evident that some regions e.g. North America, Europe, Eurasia have more average per
capita coal consumption than other regions e.g. Africa, Asia & Oceania during the period
1980-2005. In fact per capita coal consumption of North America & Europe is much more
compared to world average per capita coal consumption. Considering the period 1980- 2005,
table -6 lists the top 25 countries having the highest ratio of Total average coal consumption
as % of world coal consumption during 1980-2005/ Total average population as % of world
population during 1980-2005. Hypothetically, for uniformity of worldwide coal consumption,
this ratio should be around 1.
There are about 11 countries having this ratio more than 2 and out of these five countries
have development index of 0.9 or more. Coal resource is available in most of the countries
listed in table -6. It is normal for countries to use their internal available energy source for
meeting their demand instead of using other costly energy resources and/ or exported
primary energy sources.
Even the most developed country of today, started its energy consumption by burning coal. They
started commercial power generation having very inefficient process. Their power generation process
efficiency was improved over the years. They started power generation with coal. Over the years
after some development, they migrated to power generation from other energy sources like oil,
natural gas, etc. Now all new projects in developed countries aim with super critical boilers. Such
improvements definitely reduce the CO2 emission / kWh but the initial investment cost goes up.
Developed & developing countries because of their present economic status, can afford that. But that
not true for low income group country.
We have to remember that Todays developed countries have already done large scale damage
worldwide on CO2 emission account long back compared to the present-day underdeveloped/ low
income group countries.
The initial coal based power generation process had an efficiency of 15%. Now a days most
advanced coal based power generation process can achieve an efficiency of approx. 43%. But this
improvement has occurred over the years and all countries who started early have released much
more CO2/ kWh in early days compared to todays minimum efficient power plant.
Consider a low income country of today. They are just starting to generate power in bigger scale to
provide basic necessity to their citizen. They have done no/ minimum damage till 2005. When they
start power generation of its consumption from coal, their generation efficiency will be much more
than 15%. Hence it will be unrealistic to put pressure on underdeveloped / low income country for
most efficient plant with costly fuel for CO2 emission reduction.
Coal is the cheapest energy source and hence developing, under developed & poor countries will
look at cheapest fuel/ internal resources as prime source for energy utilization. Everyone in this world
wants to be self dependent, if possible and hence if coal is available in the country itself, they will try
to utilize that resource to the maximum extent possible. Developed countries who have already done
large damage by releasing uncontrolled amount of CO2 in past, should come forward to assist then
to built higher efficient plant by providing technology, aids, etc. without aiming for maximizing their
profit.

Oil Consumption:
Global average oil consumption has increased from 63,114,000 Barrels per Day in 1980 to
84,725,000 Barrels per Day in 2005. This is a 34% increase in oil consumption while world
population has increased by 47%. Again this increase in is not uniform for all countries in the
world.

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The world average oil consumption is about 4.598 Barrels/ Person/ Year. Table -7 present
the top 50 countries based on the average per capita oil consumption during period 19932005.
Table-7: Top 50 countries for per capita oil consumption
Ave Per Capita
Ave Per Capita
Oil Cons (Barrels/ Person/Year)
Oil Cons (Barrels/ Person/Year)
(1993-2005)
(1993-2005)
Region
Europe
Central &
South America
Central &
South America
Asia & Oceania

Country
Gibraltar
Virgin Islands, U.S.

(T/P/Y)
293.600
253.973

Netherlands Antilles

121.663

Singapore

59.575

Middle East
Asia & Oceania

United Arab Emirates


Guam

51.435
47.751

Middle East
Europe
Europe
Central &
South America
Asia & Oceania
North America

Kuwait
Luxembourg
Faroe Islands
Aruba

Central &
South America
Middle East
Asia & Oceania
North America
Middle East
North America
Central &
South America
North America
Europe
Europe
North America
Europe
Africa

Region
Europe
Central &
South America
Central &
South America
Europe

Country
Netherlands
Antigua and
Barbuda
Puerto Rico

(T/P/Y)
19.567
19.229

Norway

17.682

New Caledonia
Montserrat

16.988
16.944

41.761
39.719
34.648
31.482

Asia & Oceania


Central &
South America
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Europe
Asia & Oceania

Australia
Korea, South
Malta
Japan

16.490
16.183
16.065
15.921

Nauru
Saint Pierre and
Miquelon
Bahamas, The

30.820
29.505

Europe
Middle East

Sweden
Israel

15.636
15.035

28.280

Africa

Libya

14.997

Qatar
American Samoa
United States
Saudi Arabia
Canada

26.697
25.374
25.075
25.043
23.717

Finland
Ireland
Denmark
Bahrain
French Guiana

14.893
14.774
14.341
13.821
13.798

Cayman Islands

23.573

Europe
Europe
Europe
Middle East
Central &
South America
Asia & Oceania

Taiwan

13.732

Greenland
Cyprus
Iceland
Bermuda
Belgium
Seychelles

23.545
23.165
22.611
22.116
20.462
19.919

Europe
Europe
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Europe

Switzerland
Greece
Brunei
Hong Kong
New Zealand
Germany

13.726
13.467
13.200
12.949
12.765
12.585

18.741

It is evident that there is a huge difference in per capita oil consumption of various countries
of the world. Out of top 28 countries having development index of 0.9 or more, 21 countries
are appearing in the list of 50 top countries for per capita oil consumption.
For about 100 countries per capita oil consumption is more than the world average per
capita oil consumption. 67 countries per capita oil consumption is more than twice the world
average per capita oil consumption.
Fig- 6 indicates the region wise CO2 production from coal consumption.

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Fig - 6 : Region wise average Oil consumption during 1980-2005
North America

Central & South America

Europe

Eurasia

Middle East

Africa

Asia & Oceania

North America: -30.65 % of world oil consumption with 6.91 % of world population
South & Central America-6.57 % of world oil consumption with 6.84 % world population
Europe-21 % of world oil consumption with 10.25 % world population
Eurasia-5.51 % of world oil consumption with 5.20 % world population
Middle East-6.28 % of world oil consumption with 2.59 % world population
Africa-3.31 % of world oill consumption with 12.15 % world population
Asia & Oceania-26.69 % of world oil consumption with 56.06 % world population
Oil Consumption as % of world total

35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0

Table- 8 lists the top 25 countries having largest average total oil consumption as % of world
total.
Table-8: Top 25 countries for Oil consumption (1980-2005)

Country
Singapore
Saudi Arabia
United States
Canada
Belgium
Netherlands
Australia
Korea, South
Japan
Taiwan
Germany
Spain
France
Italy
United
Kingdom
Iran
Mexico
Russia
Thailand
Brazil
Turkey
Egypt
Indonesia
China
India

Oil Consump. As %
of world
0.845
2.034
25.409
2.664
0.761
1.125
1.134
2.740
7.303
1.095
3.736
1.812
2.623
2.490

Population
As % of
world
0.061
0.330
4.762
0.526
0.185
0.279
0.320
0.802
2.261
0.377
1.471
0.719
1.050
1.046

2.385
1.687
2.566
3.689
0.990
2.661
0.832
0.712
1.318
6.036
2.596

1.066
1.048
1.616
2.661
1.039
2.861
1.064
1.101
3.618
21.378
16.172

Oil consumer
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

Ratio- % Oil
cons/ % world
population
13.771
6.172
5.336
5.068
4.123
4.036
3.542
3.419
3.230
2.901
2.540
2.519
2.498
2.380
2.239
1.610
1.588
1.386
0.953
0.930
0.782
0.647
0.364
0.282
0.161

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With the present trend of global outsourcing, developed countries will try to outsource low
technology products and/ or components of high technology products from
underdevelopment/ poor countries resulting in their economic growth & development and in
the process per capita energy consumption of these underdeveloped/ poor countries will
increase. We need a transparent process to capture such CO2 emission associated with
global outsourcing without penalizing the source countries.
It is evident that some regions e.g. North America, Europe, have more average per capita oil
consumption than other regions e.g. Africa, Asia & Oceania during the period 1980-2005.
In fact per capita oil consumption of North America & Europe is much more compared to
world average per capita oil consumption.
Considering the period 1980- 2005, table -8 lists the top 25 countries having the highest ratio
of Total average oil consumption as % of world coal consumption during 1980-2005/ Total
average population as % of world population during 1980-2005. Hypothetically, for
uniformity of worldwide oil consumption, this ratio should be around 1. But there are about 15
countries having this ratio more than 2 and out of these 13 countries have development
index of 0.9 or more.
Table -9 indicates the 40 largest oil producing countries.

Country
Saudi Arabia
Russia
United States
Iran
China
Mexico
Canada
United Arab
Emirates
Venezuela
Kuwait
Norway
Nigeria
Brazil
Algeria

Table-9 : 40 largest oil & N Gas producing countries


2007 Production Country
2007 Production Country
103 bbl/ day
103 bbl/ day
10234
Iraq
2094
Colombia
9876
Libya
1845
Ecuador
8481
Angola
1769
Sudan
4043
United Kingdom
1690
Syria
Equatorial
3901
Kazakhstan
1445
Guinea
3501
Qatar
1136
Yemen
3358
Indonesia
1044
Vietnam
2948
2667
2613
2565
2352
2279
2173

India
Azerbaijan
Argentina
Oman
Malaysia
Egypt
Australia

881
850
791
714
703
664
595

Thailand
Denmark
Congo
Gabon
South Africa

2007 Production
103 bbl/ day
543
512
466
446
400
361
352
349
314
250
244
199

From Table -8 & Table -9, it is evident that out of top 25 countries (having highest total oil in
terns of worlds total oil consumption during period 1980-2005), 23 countries are either listed
in the worlds 40 largest Oil / Gas producers list or have development index 0.9 or more.
This indicates the heavy contribution towards present-day CO2 emission level by developed
countries and/ or primary energy resource enriched countries.
Almost all the countries appearing in table-8 have large/ considerable oil/ natural gas
reserves. It is natural that all these countries will try to use their internal resources to fulfil
their own energy requirements and/ or export to meet world demand/ earn revenue. Same
concept utilization is expected by other countries along their development progress path.
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Natural Gas Consumption:
Global average Natural Gas (N Gas) consumption has increased from 52890 Billion Cubic
Feet in 1980 to 103700 Billion Cubic Feet in 2005. This is a 96% increase in Natural Gas
consumption while world population has increased by 47%. Again, this increase again is not
uniform for all countries in the world.
In fact the increase in natural gas consumption was more in the developed countries & oil/
natural gas producing countries compared to the undeveloped/ poor countries.
The world average N Gas consumption for period 1980-2005 is about 14605 Cubic Feet /
Person/ Year. Table -10 present the top 50 countries based on the highest average per
capita oil consumption during period 1993-2005.
Table-10: Top 50 countries for per capita Natural Gas consumption
Ave Per Capita
Ave Per Capita
N Gas Cons ((Cubic Feet/person/year)
N Gas Cons ((Cubic Feet/person/year)
(1993-2005)
(1993-2005)
3
Region
Country
Ft /P/Y Region
Country
Ft3/P/Y
Middle East
Qatar
687038 Europe
Germany
39286
Middle East
United Arab Emirates
474759 Eurasia
Azerbaijan
39030
Middle East
Bahrain
474674 Africa
Libya
36278
Central & South Trinidad and Tobago
321866 Asia & Oceania Malaysia
35853
America
Middle East
Kuwait
143033 Eurasia
Kazakhstan
35543
Asia & Oceania Brunei
133780 Europe
Austria
35186
Europe
Netherlands
110779 Europe
Norway
34404
Eurasia
Russia
101195 Europe
Ireland
33646
North America
Canada
98243 Middle East
Iran
32629
North America
United States
80025 Europe
Romania
32502
Middle East
Oman
79829 Europe
Czech Republic
31001
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
78910 Europe
Denmark
30165
Europe
Luxembourg
70862 Central & South Argentina
29562
America
Eurasia
Turkmenistan
67951 Eurasia
Estonia
28045
Eurasia
Uzbekistan
62246 Europe
Finland
27964
Eurasia
Ukraine
60203 Eurasia
Lithuania
26477
Eurasia
Belarus
56514 Africa
Algeria
24382
Europe
United Kingdom
52485 Europe
France
23636
Europe
Belgium
50848 Asia & Oceania Singapore
22908
Asia & Oceania New Zealand
48738 Europe
Bulgaria
22596
Europe
Slovakia
45449 Europe
Croatia
21533
Europe
Hungary
44165 Asia & Oceania Japan
20969
Central & South Venezuela
41991 Eurasia
Latvia
20364
America
Asia & Oceania Australia
41786 Europe
Slovenia
17606

It is evident that there is a huge difference in per capita N Gas consumption of various
countries of the world. Out of top 28 countries having development index of 0.9 or more,
about 18 countries are appearing in the list of 50 top countries for per capita N Gas
consumption. Natural gas being costly form of primary energy, it is used more & more by the
countries as their standard of living improve with countries development.
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For about 52 countries per capita natural gas consumption is more than the world average
per capita natural gas consumption. 38 countries per capita oil consumption is more than
twice the world average per capita natural gas consumption during period 1993-2005.
Surprisingly worlds two largest populated countries which are in rapid development path are
not appearing in the above list. But their per capita natural gas consumption is bound to
increase in the coming years. This will continue for other underdeveloped & poor countries
also.
Ultimately all countries will reaches same level of development some day and per capita
natural gas consumption of all countries may eventually reach same level within a band of
world average.
Fig -7 indicates the Total region wise average Natural Gas consumption during period 19802005. It is evident that some regions e.g. North America, Europe, Eurasia & Middle East
have more average per capita oil consumption than other regions e.g. Africa, Asia & Oceania
during the period 1980-2005.
In fact per capita N Gas consumption of North America, Europe, Eurasia and Middle East is
much higher compared to world average per capita N Gas consumption.
Fig-7: Region wise average Natural Gas consumption during 1980-2005

N Gas Consumption as % of world total

North America

35

Central & South America

Europe

Eurasia

Middle East

Africa

Asia & Oceania

North America: -30.53 % of world oil consumption with 6.91 % of world population
South & Central America-3.687 % of world oil consumption with 6.84 % world population
Europe-19.59 % of world oil consumption with 10.25 % world population
Eurasia-24.63 % of world oil consumption with 5.20 % world population
Middle East-7.51 % of world oil consumption with 2.59 % world population
Africa-2.37 % of world oil consumption with 12.15 % world population
Asia & Oceania-11.7 % of world oil consumption with 56.06 % world population

30
25
20
15
10
5
0

Table- 11 lists the top 25 countries having largest average total oil consumption as % of
world total
Considering the period 1980- 2005, table -11 lists the top 25 countries having the highest
ratio of Total average N Gas consumption as % of world N Gas consumption during 19802005 / Total average population as % of world population during 1980-2005.
Hypothetically, for uniformity of worldwide N Gas consumption, this ratio should be around 1.
But there are about 16 countries having this ratio more than 2 and out of these 16 countries,
11 countries are either having development index more than 0.9 or are in the list of largest oil
& natural gas producer.
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Table-11: Top 25 countries for Natural Gas consumption (1980-2005)

Country
United Arab
Emirates
Netherlands
Canada
Russia
Saudi Arabia
United States
Uzbekistan
Ukraine
United
Kingdom
Venezuela
Australia
Malaysia
Italy
Germany
Iran
Romania
Argentina
Algeria
France
Japan
Mexico
Pakistan
Indonesia
India
China

N Gas
Consumption. As %
of world

Population
As % of
world

1.264
2.005
3.474
16.958
2.018
25.526
1.739
3.403

0.036
0.279
0.526
2.661
0.330
4.762
0.395
0.918

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

35.539
7.192
6.608
6.374
6.122
5.360
4.399
3.705

3.564
1.108
0.905
0.878
2.662
3.671
2.411
0.838
1.252
0.831
1.599
3.028
1.533
0.892
1.282
0.931
1.025

1.066
0.371
0.320
0.342
1.046
1.471
1.048
0.413
0.624
0.479
1.050
2.261
1.616
2.255
3.618
16.172
21.378

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

3.345
2.985
2.826
2.562
2.545
2.496
2.302
2.030
2.006
1.734
1.523
1.339
0.949
0.396
0.354
0.058
0.048

N Gas
consumer
Rank

Ratio- % N Gas
cons/ % world
population

From table-11 it is evident out of top 25 countries having highest per capita oil consumption,
9 countries have development index of 0.9 or more by 2003, out of the balance 16 countries
11 countries appears in the list of worlds top 40 countries list of oil/ natural gas producers.
This is quite normal because the countries are expected to utilize their internal resources to
the maximum extent to fulfil their internal energy consumption.
This has been done by developed countries in past, being done by developing countries at
present, will be done by underdeveloped countries / poor countries in future. Any stringent
restriction put on the countries internal available resource utilization through worldwide CO2
emission reduction project will lead to project failure.
Many countries produce oil not only for their internal consumption but also to export to the
extent possible to meet the world demand. The excess oil production & processing requires
additional energy consumption.
Since the exporting countries are producing these excess oil to meet the world demand and
not for their internal consumption, the additional energy consumption should not be attributed
to the country. Instead the additional energy consumption / CO2 emission per unit production
should be tagged to the oil exported. This will allow allocating the additional CO2 emission
associated with per unit exported oil production to the actual consumer.
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Table-12: Top 25 countries for each type of fossil fuel consumption arranged according to their average
development index 1980-2003
Average Coal
Oil
Gas
Average
Coal
Oil
Gas
Develop. consu
consu
consu
Develop.
consu consu
consu
index '75- mer
mer
mer
index '75mer
mer
mer
Country
Country
'03
Rank
Rank
Rank
'03
Rank
Rank
Rank
Canada
0.913
10
4
3
Ukraine
0.767
15
8
United States
0.912
7
3
3
Mexico
0.764
17
21
Netherlands
0.908
6
2
Venezuela
0.751
10
Japan
0.907
20
9
20
Kazakhstan
0.745
6
Australia
0.905
1
7
11
Brazil
0.724
20
Belgium
0.901
5
Malaysia
0.719
12
France
0.900
24
13
19
Saudi Arabia
0.703
2
5
Germany
0.898
9
11
14
Thailand
0.698
22
19
United
Kingdom
0.893
21
15
9
South Africa
0.695
4
Italy
0.888
14
13
Uzbekistan
0.687
7
Spain
0.885
17
12
Turkey
0.663
19
21
Greece
0.872
2
Iran
0.650
16
15
Czech
China
0.624
18
24
25
Republic
0.858
3
Poland
0.831
5
Algeria
0.619
18
Argentina
0.822
17
Indonesia
0.607
25
23
23
Korea, South
0.812
16
8
Egypt
0.553
22
Singapore
0.810
1
India
0.509
23
25
24
United Arab
Emirates
0.794
1
Pakistan
0.442
22
Russia
0.794
12
18
4
Korea, North
14
Bulgaria
0.790
8
Taiwan
11
10
Romania
0.776
13
16

The top 25 countries for each type of fossil energy consumption are listed in Table- 6, 8 &
11. These 75 countries, when combined for total fossil fuel consumption, reduce to 41
countries. This means that about 34 countries appear in the top 25 consumer list for two or
all three types of fossil energy consumption.
In fact Table -12 indicates that about 11 countries are appearing in the top 25 countries list
for each fossil energy consumption i.e. coal , oil & gas. Out of these 11 countries, about 8
countries have development index of 0.8 or more.
From the above followings are evident.
World population increased by about 47% in the period 1980-2005 while the fossil
energy consumption i.e. coal, oil & gas consumption increased by 56%, 34% & 96%
respectively during the same period.
Todays energy consumption data indicates some regions having less share of world
population, consumes more percentage of worlds total energy consumption
compared to other regions having more population share. This is true for each fossil
energy consumption i.e. coal, oil, N gas.
Out of 209 countries, about 40 countries, average per capita coal consumption (during
1993-2005) was above the worlds average per capita coal consumption and 25
countries per capita coal consumption is more than twice the world average per capita
coal consumption.
Out of the top 50 countries for per capita coal consumption, 25 countries are having
development index of 0.9 or more.
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There are about 11 countries whose average (1980-2005) coal consumption share
ratio ( coal consumption as % of worlds total/ population as % of world total) is more
than 2 and out of these 11 countries, 5 countries have development index 0.9 or
more.
Out of the top 25 top countries for highest per capita coal consumption, there are 23
countries which have development index of 0.9 (minimum) or have large coal reserve.
Out of 209 countries, 67 countries per capita oil consumption is more than twice the
world average per capita oil consumption.
Out of the top 50 countries for per capita oil consumption, 21 countries are having
development index of 0.9 or more.
There are about 15 countries whose average (1980-2005) oil consumption share ratio
( oil consumption as % of worlds total/ population as % of world total) is more than 2
and out of these 15 countries, 13 countries have development index 0.9 or more.
Out of the top 25 top countries for highest per capita oil consumption, there are 23
countries which have development index of 0.9 (minimum) or appears in the top oil/
gas producer list of the world.
Out of 209 countries, about 52 countries per capita N Gas consumption is more than
the world average per capita N Gas consumption. 38 countries per capita oil
consumption was more than twice the world average per capita N Gas consumption
during period 1993-2005.
Out of the top 50 countries for per capita N Gas consumption, 18 countries are having
development index of 0.9 or more
There are about 17 countries whose average (1980-2005) oil consumption share ratio
( oil consumption as % of worlds total/ population as % of world total) is more than 2
and out of these 17 countries, 7 countries have development index 0.9 or more.
Out of the top 25 top countries for highest per capita gas consumption, there are 21
countries which have development index of 0.9 (minimum) or appears in the top oil/
gas producer list of the world
Out of the 11 countries that appearing in the top 25 countries list for each fossil
energy consumption i.e. coal, oil & gas, about 8 countries have development index of
0.8 or more.
If we consider the top 25 countries list having for per capita coal, oil & natural gas
consumption during period 1980-2003(table- 12) and the top 10 countries list of per
capita consumption for each type fossil energy i.e. coal, oil, natural gas list includes
Canada, United States, Australia, Germany, United Kingdom & Russia. All these are
leading developed countries of todays world.

The future world energy consumption scenario:

World population expected to reach 9.2 billion by 2050


It is basic human tendency to achieve highest level of living. This is true for
community, country, region, and world.
All countries will try to improve their standard of living. With time, all countries will try
to achieve development index of 0.9 or more.
In this development process countrys per capita energy consumption will increase
leading to more CO2 emission.
All countries will try to use their internal energy resource to the maximum extent to
meet their internal energy demand.

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Any regulation imposed, on the development process of developing, underdeveloped


and/ or poor countries to limit their per capita energy consumption/ subsequent CO2
emission below todays world average per capita values, in the process of worldwide
CO2 reduction project implementation will not be considered as transparent process
by all the project stakeholders and hence its success can not be ensured..
Under equilibrium situation when all countries of the world has achieved development
index of 0.9 or more, total per capita energy consumption is expected to be more or
less same for all regions/ countries.
Transparent policy required indicating the past energy use history with consequent
CO2 emission already done by the countries and transparent policy to share
responsibility to achieve desired target level of CO2 with timetable for various regions,
countries keeping their respective development process in view.
In past, wealth has created more pollution. Todays rich & developed regions have
produced more CO2 emission compared to other regions, rich & developed countries
within same region have produced more CO2 emission compared to the other
countries of the same region. Rich & developed people within same country have
produced more CO2 emission by consuming more energy compared to the other
people of the same country.
Imposing additional tax on energy consumption may not be a feasible option since
rich will continue with more & more energy consumption while poor will be subjected
to higher day-to-day expenses making them vulnerable to undesirable activities/
association. Hence individual countries should formulate their own per capita energy
consumption levels & cost to achieve the agreed target of worldwide CO2 emission
reduction project.
Todays developed countries were not developed 20/30 years back. They developed
over the years and during their development to todays developed status, they have
used primary energy without any consideration to consequent CO2 emission/ climate
change and/ or efficiency of the process utilized.
Following the same steps, artificial hurdles should not be created in the form of
worldwide CO2 emission reduction project implementation rules, tax, etc. in the
progress path of todays developing countries, underdeveloped countries and/ or poor
countries.
Transparent way of CO2 emission control is one which takes into account of historical
data of past CO2 emission of the countries particularly developed countries during
their process of development and allow at least same level CO2 emission to other
countries in their progress path towards developed status
Transparent way of CO2 emission control is one which defines the CO2 emission
reduction target proportional to the cumulative CO2 emission produced by the
respective countries particularly for those whose average CO2 per capita emission
level is more than the world average.
Transparent way of CO2 emission control is one which emphasis on the
demonstration of actual CO2 emission reduction to a predetermined target within a
agreed timetable by todays developed countries. This will inspire the todays
developing countries, underdeveloped countries, poor countries in their progress path
to follow the foot step of developed countries.
For worldwide acceptance of any limitation on energy consumption for restriction of
CO2 emission should ensure fulfilment of basic energy requirements of countries/
general people of all countries at minimum possible affordable rates.

Hence it is important to study the energy consumption patterns i.e. energy consumed by
various sectors.
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Sectoral energy consumption patterns:CO2 emission is unwanted by-product of various processes required to fulfil basic human
needs. For example, today we cant imagine living without light. Even though majority of
people use electric power for lighting, some regions of some countries in the world may still
be using candle, etc. for lighting. Both forms of such lighting produce CO2. CO2 reduction
program should not result in non-fulfilment of basic human needs. If it does, then success of
such program can be ruled out even before formulation. The CO2 reduction program should
target to reduce the existing level without cutting down the basic needs of the people.
Lot of alternative CO2 emission reduction level program is being talked about. These
alternatives have different cost impacts and acceptance will depend on the economic
condition of the country. Enforcing costly method on poor countries, whose common people
have just started energy consumption recently, will be injustice.
However the coverage of the program needs to be defined & established for worldwide
acceptance so that target CO2 reduction level can be achieved. The CO2 reduction program
should target to reduce the total CO2 level of the particular country to a worldwide mutually
agreed level. The imposition of various CO2 reduction program across various industries of
that country to achieve the mutually agreed to total CO2 reduction level for the country
should be left to that particular country.
Fossil energy consumption is mainly accounted for the following board categories of
sectors:

Electricity Sector
Manufacturing Sector
Transport Sector
Households Sector
Service Sector

Fossil energy consumption in all the above sectors produces CO2 emissions. The amount
varies with the process utilized, magnitude of the sectors strength, etc. in various countries.
The developed countries because of their improved economics, uses more efficient process
while poor countries are vulnerable to adopt the less costly (more CO2 production) process.
However the process efficiency should not be the only criteria to penalize the poor countries
for CO2 emission.
Total country wide CO2 emission for a particular sector is a product of two main factors i.e.
efficiency of the process (CO2 production per unit output) & total output. It might happen that
even though the efficiency of the process adopted by the todays most developed country is
much higher that that of the poorest country but the total output of the developed country is
so large compared to the poorest country that the product (i.e. CO2 emission) of the poorest
country is much less/ negligible compared to that of the developed country. This is true for
majority of developing / underdeveloped countries compared to that todays developed
countries.
Hence it is important to analyse the contribution of each sectors, their present contribution to
global CO2 emission, their potential for increase CO2 emission, etc. as all countries try to
reach & reaches the desired level of development say development index of 0.9 or more.

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Net Electric Power:Today we cant think about a situation without electricity. Our every day life is fully dependent
on electricity. Without electricity life will be miserable. Electricity is the most popular type of
energy consumed by all people of all countries. Electricity is used for house appliances,
lighting, etc. Electricity is used for area, street, city, etc. lighting without which, world will be
uninhabitable under present days terrorism, separatism, criminal activities, etc. Our past
records demonstrate the impact of No Electricity over large area for considerable time and
undoubtedly those are not healthy one. As per recorded data, crime rates increases in
almost each & every area whenever it undergoes unscheduled total blackout for a prolonged
periods.
In number of countries electricity is used for public/ mass transportation i.e. trains- for
passengers a well as goods, trams, electric trolley bus, etc. Electricity is used in
manufacturing process like, steel, aluminium, cement, paper, etc. Some of these are for
internal consumption of the countries own people and some are for export to other countries.
Electricity is used for lighting super-markets, service sector, BPOs, etc.
Electricity is one of the basic necessities of todays modern life. We cant live without
electricity. Electricity production accounts for about 32% of total global fossil energy
consumption and is responsible for about 41% of global CO2 emission. However the
consumption of electricity is related to countries development. In fact per capita electricity
consumption is used as a parameter for evaluating the countrys development index.
Fig- 8 indicates the net region wise yearly electricity consumption during period 1980-2005.
Fig - 8 : Total Net Electricity (Billion kWh ) consumption Vs Year
North America

Central & South America

Europe

Eurasia

Middle East

Africa

Asia & Oceania

Total Net Electricity consumption (Billion kWh)

6,000.00

5,000.00

4,000.00

3,000.00

2,000.00

1,000.00

20
05

20
04

20
03

20
02

20
01

20
00

19
99

19
98

19
97

19
96

19
95

19
94

19
93

19
92

19
91

19
90

19
89

19
88

19
87

19
86

19
85

19
84

19
83

19
82

19
81

19
80

0.00

Year

It is evident from Fig-8 that North America region dominated the total electricity consumption
sector till 2003. Similarly European region was 2nd in total electricity consumption till 1994.
European & North American countries were most developed during this period. Even though
the Asia & Oceania is now leading in total electricity consumption but on per capita electricity
consumption basis, majority of countries of this region are still lagging far behind compared
to world average electricity consumption. Fig-9 indicates the net average electricity consumption
as % of world total of various regions along during 1980-2005 along with their % share of population.

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Fig -9 : World's share of Net Electricity Regionwise (1980- 2005)

'% of World's Net Electricity

North America

Central & South America

Europe

Eurasia

Middle East

Africa

Asia & Oceania

North America: -31.88% of world total electricity consumption with 6.91 % of world population
South & Central America-4.47% of world total electricity consumption with 6.84 % world population
Europe-23.68 % of world total electricity consumption with 10.25 % world population
Eurasia-10.97% of world total electricity consumption with 5.20 % world population
Middle East-2.41 % of world total electricity consumption with 2.59 % world population
Africa-2.74% of world total electricity consumption with 12.15 % world population
Asia & Oceania-23.87% of world total electricity consumption with 56.06 % world population
35.00
30.00
25.00
20.00
15.00
10.00
5.00
0.00

Region's Net Electricity consumption during 1980-2005

It is evident from fig-9 that the net electricity consumption varied drastically between regions.
Some regions with less population share (% of world population) consumed much higher net
electricity (as % of world total).
Table-13: Top 25 countries for Net Electricity consumption (1980-2005)

Country
United States
China
Japan
Russia
Germany
Canada
France
United Kingdom
India
Brazil
Italy
Ukraine
South Africa
Korea, South
Spain
Australia
Sweden
Mexico
Poland
Taiwan
Norway
Netherlands
Saudi Arabia
Uzbekistan
Belgium

Net Elec.
Consump. as
% of world
27.290
7.690
7.310
6.607
4.614
4.067
3.211
2.715
2.479
2.222
2.136
1.752
1.407
1.406
1.389
1.330
1.154
1.094
1.034
0.969
0.917
0.744
0.718
0.641
0.596

Population
As % of
world
4.258
22.072
2.083
2.379
1.315
0.470
0.939
0.953
18.918
2.558
0.935
0.821
0.634
0.806
0.643
0.343
0.142
1.445
0.619
0.337
0.071
0.249
0.295
0.353
0.165

Ratio- % Net
Elec./ % world
population
6.409
0.348
3.509
2.777
3.508
8.653
3.419
2.850
0.131
0.869
2.284
2.134
2.220
1.744
2.160
3.880
8.119
0.758
1.670
2.871
12.951
2.986
2.437
1.814
3.613

Net Electricity
Sharing
Index
4
24
7
13
8
2
9
12
25
22
15
18
16
20
17
5
3
23
21
11
1
10
14
19
6

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Table- 13 indicates the list of top 25 countries having highest net electricity consumption
expressed as % of worlds total & their respective population expressed as % world total.
It is evident that USA consumes on average about 27.3 % of worlds total net electricity while
its population is 4.258 % of world average population during period 1980-2005.
The ratio of Average Net electricity consumption expressed as % of world total net electricity
consumption/ average population expressed as % of world total population indicates
Worlds Net Electricity Sharing Index. Table -13 indicates the Net electricity sharing
index. for the top 25 countries having largest share of worlds net electricity consumption.
The top five countries having highest Net Electricity Sharing Index are - Norway, Canada,
Sweden, United States, and Australia. All these countries are considered as developed
countries with development index of 0.9 or more in the year 2003. These countries
development process started early and they reached developed status early. The
underdeveloped/ poor countries should not be penalized for starting their developed process
late on CO2 emission account.
Net electricity is composed of various types of electricity e.g. thermal, hydro, nuclear,
renewable. CO2 emission from the various type of electricity generation is different with
thermal contributing to the maximum extent. Hence it is important to study the consumption
of various type of electricity across the world.
Thermal Electricity:Fig- 10 indicates the net region wise yearly electricity consumption during period 1980-2005.
Fig-10 : Total thermal electricity (BillionkWh ) consumption Vs Year
No rth A merica

Central & So uth A merica

Euro pe

Eurasia

M iddle East

A frica

A sia & Oceania

4,000.0

Total Thermal Electricity Consumption


(Billion kWh)

3,500.0

3,000.0

2,500.0

2,000.0

1,500.0

1,000.0

500.0

0.0
1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Year

It is evident from Fig-10 that North America region dominated the thermal electricity
consumption sector till 2001. Similarly European region was 2nd in total electricity
consumption till 1990. European & North American countries were most developed during
this period.
Even though the Asia & Oceania is now leading in total electricity consumption but on per
capita electricity consumption basis, majority of countries of this region are still lagging far
behind compared to world average electricity consumption.
Fig-11 indicates the net average electricity consumption as % of world total of various
regions along during 1980-2005 along with their % share of population.
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Fig - 11 : World share of Thermal Electricity (1980-2005)

'% of World's total thermal electricity

No rth A merica

Central & So uth A merica

Euro pe

Eurasia

M iddle East

A frica

A sia & Oceania

North America: -31.43% of world thermal electricity consumption with 6.91 % of world population
South & Central America-1.35% of world thermal electricity consumption with 6.84 % world population
Europe-21.88 % of world thermal electricity consumption with 10.25 % world population
Eurasia-11.68% of world thermal electricity consumption with 5.20 % world population
Middle East-3.67 % of world thermal electricity consumption with 2.59 % world population
Africa-3.41% of world thermal electricity consumption with 12.15 % world population
Asia & Oceania-26.59% of world thermal electricity consumption with 56.06 % world population
35.00
30.00
25.00
20.00
15.00
10.00
5.00
0.00

Region's Thermal Electricity consumption during 1980-2005

It is evident from fig-11 that the thermal electricity consumption of regions varied widely
during 1980-2005. Some regions with less population share (% of world population)
consumed much higher thermal electricity (as % of world total).
Table-14: Top 25 countries for thermal Electricity consumption (1980-2005)

Country
United States
China
Russia
Japan
Germany
United Kingdom
India
Italy
South Africa
Australia
Ukraine
Poland
Korea, South
Mexico
Saudi Arabia
Netherlands
Spain
Taiwan
Iran
Uzbekistan
Kazakhstan
Canada
Thailand
Romania
Indonesia

Thermal Elec
Consump.As
% of world
30.959
9.932
7.242
7.227
5.032
3.307
2.921
2.792
2.159
1.945
1.747
1.664
1.347
1.288
1.181
1.132
1.116
1.029
0.848
0.812
0.764
0.760
0.757
0.607
0.603

Population
As % of
world
4.258
22.072
2.379
2.083
1.315
0.953
18.918
0.935
0.634
0.343
0.821
0.619
0.806
1.445
0.295
0.249
0.643
0.337
0.937
0.353
0.255
0.470
0.929
0.369
4.239

Ratio- % thermal
Elec/ % world
population
7.271
0.450
3.044
3.469
3.826
3.471
0.154
2.985
3.406
5.676
2.128
2.687
1.670
0.892
4.007
4.543
1.735
3.050
0.905
2.298
2.998
1.616
0.815
1.645
0.142

Thermal
Electricity
Sharing Index
1
23
10
7
5
6
24
12
8
2
15
13
17
21
4
3
16
9
20
14
11
19
22
18
25

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Table- 14 indicates the list of top 25 countries having highest thermal electricity consumption
expressed as % of worlds total & their respective population expressed as % world total.
It is evident that USA consumes on average about 30.959 % of worlds total thermal
electricity while its population is 4.258 % of world average population during period 19802005.
The ratio of Average thermal electricity consumption expressed as % of world total thermal
electricity consumption/ average population expressed as % of world total population
indicates Worlds Thermal Electricity Sharing Index. Table -14 indicates the thermal
electricity sharing index. for the top 25 countries having largest share of worlds thermal
electricity consumption.
The top five countries having highest Thermal Electricity Sharing Index are:-United States,
Australia, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, and Germany. Out of these 5 countries, 4 are most
developed countries of todays world and their development process started long back. In
their way of development, they have installed large thermal power plants to meet their
internal electricity demand. Also the other country is the worlds largest producer of oil/
natural gas. They have used / are using their internal energy resources for electricity
generation in their development process. Hence other countries should also be allowed to
use their internal resources in their development process, as they develop in future.
Hydro Electricity:Fig- 12 indicates the net region wise yearly electricity consumption during period 1980-2005.
Fig - 12 : Total Hydro Electricity (Billions kWh) consumption Vs year
No rth A merica

Central & So uth A merica

Euro pe

Eurasia

M iddle East

A frica

A sia & Oceania

800.00

Total Hydro Electricity consumption


(Billion kWh)

700.00

600.00

500.00

400.00

300.00

200.00

100.00

0.00
1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Year

It is evident from Fig-12 that North America & Europe regions dominated the hydro electricity
sector till 2001. Asia & Oceania and Central & South America regions are producing more
& more hydro electricity. Hydro electricity generation depends on the hydro potential of the
country. Hydro generation initial cost investment is also more compared to thermal electricity
generation. Even though the hydro electric operating cost is lower than thermal electric, in
developing/ underdeveloped countries hydro electricity generation is very small because of
initial heavy investment & longer gestation periods. In some countries government declared
incentive for hydro electric generation e.g. tax holidays, etc. resulting in more & more hydro
units. However this sector needs more utilization of the available potential. Use of hydro
electricity will reduce the CO2 emission considerably when compared to equivalent thermal
electricity production.
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Fig - 13 : World's share of hydro electricity regionwise (1980-2005)

'% of world's hydro electricity consumption (Billions kWh)

No rth A merica

30.00

Central & So uth A merica

Euro pe

Eurasia

M iddle East

A frica

A sia & Oceania

North America: -27.48% of world hydro electricity consumption with 6.91 % of world population
South & Central America-17.94 % of world hydro electricity consumption with 6.84 % world population
Europe-22.49 % of world hydro electricity consumption with 10.25 % world population
Eurasia-9.68 % of world hydro electricity consumption with 5.20 % world population
Middle East-0.5 % of world hydro electricity consumption with 2.59 % world population
Africa-2.7% of world hydro electricity consumption with 12.15 % world population
Asia & Oceania-19.21 % of world hydro electricity consumption with 56.06 % world population

25.00

20.00

15.00

10.00

5.00

0.00

Region's Hydro Electricity Consumption during b1980-2005

Fig-13 indicates the average hydro electricity consumption as % of world total of various regions
along during 1980-2005 along with their % share of population.
Table-15: Top 25 countries for hydro Electricity consumption (1980-2005)
Ratio- %
Hydro Elec
Population
Hydro Elec/ Hydro
Consump.As As % of
Electricity
% world
Country
% of world
world
Sharing Index
population
Canada
15.008
0.470
31.933
2
United States
13.710
4.258
3.220
12
Brazil
10.935
2.558
4.275
9
China
7.953
22.072
0.360
24
Russia
6.615
2.379
2.781
13
Norway
5.280
0.071
74.611
1
Japan
4.048
2.083
1.943
18
India
3.175
18.918
0.168
25
Sweden
3.169
0.142
22.292
3
France
3.075
0.939
3.274
10
Venezuela
2.055
0.332
6.189
8
Italy
1.928
0.935
2.061
17
Switzerland
1.621
0.114
14.267
6
Austria
1.618
0.129
12.582
7
Paraguay
1.418
0.076
18.609
4
Spain
1.348
0.643
2.096
16
Colombia
1.313
0.568
2.313
14
Turkey
1.258
0.951
1.322
20
Argentina
1.200
0.558
2.150
15
Mexico
1.165
1.445
0.806
21
Ukraine
1.091
0.821
1.329
19
New Zealand
1.083
0.069
15.632
5
Germany
0.916
1.315
0.696
22
Pakistan
0.865
2.017
0.429
23
Chile
0.722
0.223
3.238
11

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Table- 15 indicates the list of top 25 countries having highest thermal electricity consumption
expressed as % of worlds total & their respective population expressed as % world total.
The ratio of Average hydro electricity consumption expressed as % of world total hydro
electricity consumption/ average population expressed as % of world total population
indicates Worlds Hydro Electricity Sharing Index. Table -15 indicates the hydro
electricity sharing index. for the top 25 countries having largest share of worlds hydro
electricity consumption.
It is evident from table -14, that Canada consumes highest Hydro electricity of about 15.008
% of worlds total hydro electricity with a population of 0.47 % of world average population
during period 1980-2005 whiles its Hydro Electricity Sharing index is 2. The top five countries
having highest Net Electricity Sharing Index are Norway, Canada, Sweden, Paraguay,
and New Zealand.
Out of the above five countries four are worlds leading developed countries having huge
hydro potential. All these countries started their development with coal based power plants
and as they developed they concentrated more & more on environmental friendly hydro
power. Initial investment for Hydro power much higher and their gestation period is also
longer compared to coal based conventional power plants. Hence underdeveloped / poor
countries having huge hydro potential are not able to utilize their hydro potential to the
maximum extent because of the economic condition. However these underdeveloped / poor
countries moves forward along their development path, it is expected that at some stage
they will invest more & more to utilize hydro potential. To ensure success of Worldwide CO2
emission reduction project:, it will be advisable not to force any precondition for hydro
potential use for these countries. This should be left to the individual countries until they
reach some development stage and we should trust them.
Nuclear Electricity:Fig- 14 indicates the net region wise yearly electricity consumption during period 1980-2005.
Fig -14 : Region's total Nuclear Electricity (Billion kWh) consumption Vs year
No rth A merica

Central & So uth A merica

Euro pe

Eurasia

M iddle East

A frica

A sia & Oceania

1,200.00

Total Nuclear Electricity


consumption (billions kWh)

1,000.00
800.00
600.00
400.00
200.00
0.00
1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Year

It is evident from Fig-14 that North America & Europe regions dominated the nuclear
electricity till today. Asia & Oceania region is producing more & more nuclear electricity.
Nuclear electricity generation growth of Eurasia during 1989 to 2005 is marginal. This might
be due to their past experience. Nuclear electricity generation of Middle East, Africa and
Central & South America is negligible. Even though the per unit generation cost of nuclear
electricity generation is low compared to thermal electricity generation, Nuclear electricity
generation has higher initial investment issue, international security issue, longer gestation
periods, etc.
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Fig-15 indicates the average nuclear electricity consumption as % of world total of various
regions along during 1980-2005 along with their % share of population.

'% of world's total nuclear electricity


consumption

No rth A merica

Fig -15 : Region's Nuclesr Electricity % share of World


Central & So uth A merica
Euro pe
Eurasia
M iddle East
consumption

A fr

North America: -33.77 % of world nuclear electricity consumption with 6.91 % of world population
South & Central America-0.5 % of world nuclear electricity consumption with 6.84 % world population
Europe-38.93 % of world nuclear electricity consumption with 10.25 % world population
Eurasia-9.35 % of world nuclear electricity consumption with 5.20 % world population
Middle East-0 % of world nuclear electricity consumption with 2.59 % world population
Africa-0.46 % of world nuclear electricity consumption with 12.15 % world population
Asia & Oceania-16.89 % of world nuclear electricity consumption with 56.06 % world population
45.00
40.00
35.00
30.00
25.00
20.00
15.00
10.00
5.00
0.00
Region's Nuclear Electricity Consumption during 1980-2005

Table-16: Top 25 countries for Nuclear Electricity consumption (1980-2005)

Country
United States
France
Japan
Germany
Russia
Canada
United Kingdom
Sweden
Korea, South
Ukraine
Spain
Belgium
Taiwan
Switzerland
Finland
Bulgaria
Czech Republic
China
Hungary
South Africa
India
Slovakia
Lithuania
Argentina
Uzbekistan

Nuclear Elec.
Consump. As
% of world
33.833
17.805
12.757
8.095
5.835
4.179
4.055
3.572
3.563
3.062
2.634
2.204
1.777
1.272
1.101
0.832
0.758
0.637
0.600
0.518
0.479
0.447
0.420
0.346
0.313

Population
As % of
world
4.258
0.939
2.083
1.315
2.379
0.470
0.953
0.142
0.806
0.821
0.643
0.165
0.337
0.114
0.082
0.138
0.168
22.072
0.169
0.634
18.918
0.086
0.059
0.558
0.353

Ratio- % Nuclear
Elec./ % world
population
7.946
18.962
6.123
6.155
2.453
8.893
4.256
25.128
4.419
3.729
4.097
13.358
5.266
11.194
13.389
6.043
4.501
0.029
3.545
0.817
0.025
5.187
7.091
0.619
0.886

Nuclear
Electricity
Sharing Index
7
2
10
9
20
6
16
1
15
18
17
4
12
5
3
11
14
24
19
22
25
13
8
23
21

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Table- 16 indicates the list of top 25 countries having highest nuclear electricity consumption
expressed as % of worlds total & their respective population expressed as % world total.
The ratio of Average nuclear electricity consumption expressed as % of world total nuclear
electricity consumption/ average population expressed as % of world total population
indicates Worlds Nuclear Electricity Sharing Index. Table -16 indicates the nuclear
electricity sharing index. for the top 25 countries having largest share of worlds nuclear
electricity consumption. It is evident from table -16, that USA consumes highest nuclear
electricity of about 33.833 % of worlds total nuclear electricity with a population of 4.258 %
of world average population during period 1980-2005 whiles its Nuclear Electricity Sharing
index is 7.
Table-16 indicates the top ten nuclear electricity user countries as Sweden, France, Finland,
Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, United States, Lithuania, Germany, and Japan. Out of these
10 countries 9 countries had development index of 0.9 or more by the year 2003. This is
mainly due to the fact that R&D works, for nuclear technology development & use of the
same for public interest, is expensive and only the developed countries could effort to do
that. Also after technology development, the use was limited only to some specific countries.
Improper use of nuclear power plants can lead to large scale misuse.
Nuclear power plants are generally considered to be the cheapest option for power
production considering the cost. It also reduces the large CO2 emission except the CO2
emission during its construction process. However Nuclear power plants require large initial
investment & longer gestation period. Also like any other plants, nuclear power plant has a
life after which it needs to be decommissioned. Decommissioning of nuclear power plants is
very expensive. It requires heavy security particularly in todays world of terrorism. God
knows what would have happened if the 9/11 attack was on some nuclear power plants.
Considering all these aspect, nuclear power plants are not really best option for developing\
underdeveloped \ poor countries where people because of their poverty level are vulnerable
to fall in the trap of terrorism resulting in catastrophe. Nuclear power should be our last
option even though the countries having latest technology in this field will advocate for the
same on business\ commercial reason.
.
Renewable Electricity:Electricity produced from various renewable source e.g. Bio-fuel, solar, geo-thermal, wind,
etc. is known as renewable electricity.
Fig- 16 indicates the net region wise yearly electricity consumption during period 1980-2005.
Fig - 16 : Region's Renewable Electricity (Billions kWh) consumption Vs Year
No rth A merica

Central & So uth America

Euro pe

Eurasia

M iddle East

A frica

A sia & Oceania

180.00

Renewable Electricity consumption


(billions kWh)

160.00
140.00
120.00
100.00
80.00
60.00
40.00
20.00
0.00
1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Year

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Fig-17 indicates the average renewable electricity consumption as % of world total of various regions
along during 1980-2005 along with their % share of population.
'% of World's Renewable Electricity Consumption

Fig - 17 : Region's % share of World's Renewable Electricity


No rth A merica

45.00

Central & So uth A merica

Euro pe

Eurasia

M iddle East

A frica

A sia & Oceania

North America: -42.05 % of world renewable electricity consumption with 6.91 % of world population
South & Central America-7.86 % of world renewabler electricity consumption with 6.84 % world population
Europe-29.69 % of world renewable electricity consumption with 10.25 % world population
Eurasia-0.71 % of world renewable electricity consumption with 5.20 % world population
Middle East-0 % of world renewable electricity consumption with 2.59 % world population
Africa-0.39 % of world renewable electricity consumption with 12.15 % world population
Asia & Oceania-19.30 % of world renewable electricity consumption with 56.06 % world population

40.00
35.00
30.00
25.00
20.00
15.00
10.00
5.00
0.00

Region's Renewable Electricity consumption during 1980-2005

Table- 17 indicates the list of top 25 countries having highest renewable electricity
consumption expressed as % of worlds total & their respective population expressed as %
world total.
Table-17: Top 25 countries for Renewable Electricity consumption (1980-2005)

Country
United States
Japan
Germany
Brazil
Philippines
Italy
Canada
Mexico
Finland
Spain
United Kingdom
Sweden
France
Denmark
New Zealand
Netherlands
Indonesia
Austria
India
Portugal
Russia
China
Australia
Belgium
Switzerland

Renewable
Elec Consump.
as % of world
39.628
10.502
8.492
5.568
4.408
3.895
3.463
3.308
2.964
2.869
2.211
2.037
1.965
1.920
1.910
1.639
1.589
1.002
0.972
0.762
0.762
0.676
0.655
0.623
0.623

Population
As % of
world
4.258
2.083
1.315
2.558
1.124
0.935
0.470
1.445
0.082
0.643
0.953
0.142
0.939
0.086
0.069
0.249
4.239
0.129
18.918
0.165
2.379
22.072
0.343
0.165
0.114

Ratio- % renewable
Elec/ % world
population
9.307
5.041
6.457
2.177
3.921
4.165
7.367
2.290
36.045
4.463
2.321
14.331
2.093
22.421
27.583
6.574
0.375
7.792
0.051
4.617
0.320
0.031
1.911
3.777
5.484

Renewable
Electricity
Sharing Index
5
11
9
19
15
14
7
18
1
13
17
4
20
3
2
8
22
6
24
12
23
25
21
16
10

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It is evident from Fig-16 that focuses on renewable energy started from 1988. North America
regions dominated the renewable electricity sector till 2003. From 2003, Europe region is
leading the renewable electricity sector. Asia & Oceania region is also focusing more &
more on renewable electricity. Renewable electricity generation growth of Middle East &
Eurasia regions is negligible.
The ratio of Average renewable electricity consumption expressed as % of world total
renewable electricity consumption/ average population expressed as % of world total
population indicates Worlds Renewable Electricity Sharing Index. Table -17 indicates
the renewable electricity sharing index. for the top 25 countries having largest share of
worlds renewable electricity consumption.
Per Table -17, the top 10 countries in the renewable energy sector are Finland, New
Zealand, Denmark, Sweden, United States, Austria, Canada, Netherlands, Germany,
Switzerland. All these countries had development index of 0.9 or more by the year 2003.
However these countries development process started way back in 1970 and they started
exploring the renewable electricity filed around 1990. Before 1990 worlds renewable
electricity share was really insignificant.
This is true. Because renewable electricity cost is much higher compared to the thermal
electricity generation and the utility company will pass on this cost to the consumer i.e.
common people of the country. We cant expect common people of underdeveloped / poor
countries to bear the burden of renewable electricity generation when they are fighting for
two meals per day. It is not that they dont understand the need for renewable electricity but
because they can afford the cost of the same. Once they reach the level / status of
developed countries people, they will be glad to enforce the same. Till then it would be
improper to force them to pay more.
In fact such disparity exists in developed countries also. Hence instead of forcing the poor/
lower middle income group to pay for higher non-conventional electricity cost, we need
establish some methodology to protect them for worlds safety. We force the poor people to
pay for day to day expenses, they fight to survive and fall in the trap of terrorism. We capture
them, we punish them in the name of world peace. But this may not solve the problem.
Basically human are social elements and loves peaceful life. We need to make their live
affordable & peaceful so that they are not forced into any unwanted trap leading to social
disorder.
Various Electricity consumption pattern:The top 25 countries for each type of electricity consumption as indicated in table 13- 17 are
combined and analyses for their Electricity Sharing Index for each type of electricity. Table 18 represents this analysis.
None of top 5 countries having highest per capita thermal electricity consumption appears in
the list of top 5 countries for Hydro & Nuclear electricity consumption. But all of these
countries either have development Index more than 0.9 or is a major Oil/ gas producer.
From table-18, it is also evident that out of 25 countries having maximum Highest Thermal
Electricity Sharing Index, there is about fourteen (14) countries which doesnt appear in the
top 25 countries list for less CO2 intensive electricity process i.e. Hydro, nuclear, renewable,
etc.
Table -19 indicates the list of top 50 countries (having average population more than
500,000 during 1980-2005) with highest net per capita electricity consumption & their %
share of various types of electricity.
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Country
United States
Australia
Netherlands
Saudi Arabia
Germany
United Kingdom
Japan
South Africa
Taiwan
Russia
Kazakhstan
Italy
Poland
Uzbekistan
Ukraine
Spain
Korea, South
Romania
Canada
Iran
Mexico
Thailand
China
India
Indonesia
Norway
Sweden
Belgium
France
Argentina
Brazil
Paraguay
New Zealand
Switzerland
Austria
Venezuela
Chile
Colombia
Turkey
Pakistan
Bulgaria
Czech Republic
Denmark
Finland
Hungary
Lithuania
Philippines
Portugal
Slovakia

Table-18: Consolidated list of countries of Table 13 to 17.


Net
Thermal
Hydro
Nuclear
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Sharing
Sharing
Sharing
Sharing
Index
Index
Index
Index
4
1
12
7
5
2
10
3
14
4
8
5
22
9
12
6
16
7
7
18
10
16
8
22
11
9
12
13
10
13
20
11
15
12
17
21
13
19
14
21
18
15
19
18
17
16
16
17
20
17
15
18
2
19
2
6
20
23
21
21
22
24
23
24
24
25
24
25
25
25
1
1
3
3
1
6
4
9
10
2
15
23
22
9
4
5
6
5
7
8
11
14
20
23
11
14
3
19
8

Renewable
Electricity Sharing
Index
5
21
8
9
17
11

23
14

13

7
18
25
24
22
4
16
20
19
2
10
6

3
1

15
12
13

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Table-19 : Top 50 countries with per capita electricity consumption & % distribution
( Countries having Average population more than 5,000,000 during 1980-2005)
Net per
Net Thermal
Net Hydro
Net Nuclear
Net
capita Elec.
elec. As %
elec. As %
elec. As % of
Renewable
consumption
of Net Per
of Net Per
Net Per capita elec. As % of
(kWh/
capita
capita
consumption
Net Per
person/year) consumption consumption
capita
Country
consumption
Norway
22887.24
100.00
0.00
0.26
Iceland
19081.62
96.39
0.00
10.87
Canada
15291.01
11.36
71.48
16.04
1.12
Sweden
14347.23
53.18
48.30
2.33
Finland
12272.37
42.35
20.70
30.09
6.85
Luxembourg
12038.26
97.08
1.84
0.00
1.08
United States
11326.82
69.00
9.73
19.35
1.92
United Arab Emirates
11076.57
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Qatar
10367.20
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Kuwait
10130.21
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Virgin Islands, U.S.
8256.69
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Bahrain
7506.10
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
New Zealand
6992.33
14.48
76.51
0.00
9.21
Australia
6856.07
88.99
10.36
0.00
0.65
Switzerland
6797.49
71.84
45.42
1.88
Belgium
6384.85
40.41
0.51
57.70
1.38
Japan
6200.39
60.14
10.72
27.24
1.90
Germany
6199.89
66.34
3.84
27.38
2.43
France
6042.91
3.41
18.55
86.54
0.81
Austria
5871.89
23.57
73.33
0.00
3.10
Denmark
5562.32
90.50
0.10
0.00
9.41
Singapore
5362.60
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Netherlands
5277.15
92.53
0.08
4.48
2.91
New Caledonia
5159.30
68.34
31.66
0.00
0.00
Taiwan
5074.02
64.62
6.76
28.62
0.00
Czech Republic
5043.77
70.56
4.30
24.61
0.53
United Kingdom
5036.45
74.07
1.54
23.31
1.08
Israel
4974.60
99.93
0.06
0.00
0.01
Russia
4907.96
66.67
19.39
13.78
0.15
Estonia
4427.72
86.71
7.63
5.52
0.15
Saudi Arabia
4307.17
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Kazakhstan
4068.38
79.20
14.69
6.11
0.00
Italy
4037.00
79.48
17.47
0.64
2.41
Ireland
4036.34
93.65
5.20
0.00
1.15
Bulgaria
3998.18
50.53
7.77
41.69
0.01
South Africa
3922.74
93.34
0.86
5.74
0.06
Spain
3816.55
48.87
18.80
29.61
2.73
Greenland
3799.96
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Ukraine
3770.46
60.66
12.06
27.28
0.00
Belarus
3710.70
84.32
9.07
6.58
0.02
Tajikistan
3507.57
41.80
51.23
6.97
0.00
Hong Kong
3464.87
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Lithuania
3451.96
32.04
11.30
56.66
0.00
Greece
3415.07
90.00
9.16
0.00
0.84
Azerbaijan
3342.53
78.35
14.34
7.31
0.00
Latvia
3281.96
64.16
28.27
7.44
0.12
Serbia
3272.75
66.64
0.55
32.36
0.45
Trinidad and Tobago
3240.35
99.41
0.00
0.00
0.59
Uzbekistan
3205.39
77.07
15.30
7.62
0.00
Turkmenistan
3101.71
81.29
10.83
7.88
0.00
World Average

2012.53

60.51

20.69

17.37

1.43

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From table-18 & 19 followings are evident; Out of these top 50 countries, 43 countries have development index 0.9 or more and/
or are major producer of fossil energy i.e. coal, oil, gas.
Out of these 50 countries, only 13 countries per capita thermal electricity consumption
is less than world average per capita thermal electricity consumption.
Out of these 50 countries, only 11 countries per capita hydro electricity consumption
is more than world average per capita hydro electricity consumption.
Out of these 50 countries, only 16 countries per capita nuclear electricity consumption
is more than world average per capita nuclear electricity consumption and 11 out of
these 16 countries had development index of 0.9 or more by year 2003.
Out of these 50 countries, only 13 countries per capita renewable electricity
consumption is more than world average per capita renewable electricity consumption
and all these countries had the development index of 0.9 or more by the year 2003.
From the above analysis followings are evident:

World population increased by about 47% in the period 1980-2005 while the Net
electricity consumption increased by 114% % during the same period.
World population is expected to grow to 9.2 billion by 2050 from 6.5 billion in 2005.
This is about 40 % increase. With such increase of population, electricity consumption
will also increase not in the same proportion but at much higher rate since countries
development status will move northward.
During period 1980-2005, world average distribution of various types of electricity i.e.,
thermal electricity, hydro electricity, nuclear electricity & renewable electricity
consumption are 60.51%, 20.69%, 17.37%, 1.43%.
Nuclear electricity production is confined mainly in the developed countries.
Share of renewable electricity is very small compared to total electricity consumption.
This is even true for the developed countries.
Out of 209 countries, about 84 countries, average per capita net electricity
consumption (during 1980-2005) was above the worlds average per capita electricity
consumption and number of countries having per capita electricity consumption more
than twice, thrice & four times of the world average are 45, 22 and 11 respectively.
In top 25 countries having largest % share of worlds net electricity consumption there
are about 21 countries having Net Electricity Sharing Index ratio (Net Electricity
consumption as % of worlds total/ population as % of world total) is more than 1 and
out of these 21 countries, 14 countries had development index of 0.9 or more in 2003.
Out of 209 countries, about 86 countries, average per capita thermal electricity
consumption (during 1980-2005) was above the worlds average per capita thermal
electricity consumption and number of countries having per capita thermal electricity
consumption more than twice, thrice & four times of the world average are 50, 29 and
18 respectively.
10 countries out of 28 countries having development index of 0.9 or more appears in
the list of the top 25 countries for per capita thermal electricity consumption,
All the top 25 top countries for highest per capita Thermal Electricity Sharing Index
ratio (Thermal Electricity consumption as % of worlds total/ population as % of world
total) have either development index of 0.9 (minimum) or have large fossil energy
reserve.
For CO2 emission reduction, developed countries to initiate the thermal energy
consumption reduction process so that their per capita thermal energy consumption is
less or approximately equal to the expected world average under the hypothetical
situation of all countries reaching the developed status by 2050.
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Out of 209 countries, about 52 countries, average per capita hydro electricity
consumption (during 1980-2005) was above the worlds average per capita hydro
electricity consumption and number of countries having per capita hydro electricity
consumption more than twice, thrice & four times of the world average are 30, 17 and
14 respectively.
12 countries, out of 28 countries having development index of 0.9 or more, appears in
the list of the top 25 countries for per capita hydro electricity consumption,
None of the top 18 countries having highest Thermal Electricity Sharing Index appear
in the list of top 10 countries for Hydro Electricity Sharing Index.
Only a small portion of worldwide hydro potential is converted in actual electricity
generation.
Lot of underdeveloped\ poor countries having hydro electricity potential dont have the
resource to tap this and convert into effective electricity generation. Developed\
developing countries should come forward to help these countries in developing hydro
electric power plants. As a part of the CO2 emission reduction implementation project,
transparent agreement can be made instead of trying to leverage maximum profit out
of such project from these undeveloped\ poor countries by developed countries.
Out of 209 countries, only 47 countries have any significant nuclear electricity
generation program and about 23 countries, average per capita nuclear electricity
consumption (during 1980-2005) was above the worlds average per capita nuclear
electricity consumption. Number of countries having per capita nuclear electricity
consumption more than twice, thrice & four times of the world average are 21, 19 and
12 respectively.
12 countries, out of 28 countries having development index of 0.9 or more appears in
the list of the top 25 countries for per capita nuclear electricity consumption.
Out of the top 12 countries having per capita nuclear electricity consumption more
than four times of the world average, 9 countries have development index of 0.9 or
more.
None of the top 25 countries having highest Thermal Electricity Sharing Index appear
in the list of top 5 countries for Nuclear Electricity Sharing Index.
Out of top 28 developed countries (development index 0.9 or more) only 13 countries
having per capita nuclear electricity consumption is more than 10% of their respective
net electricity consumption while there are 24 countries with per capita nuclear
electricity consumption more than 10% of their respective net electricity consumption.
Out of 209 countries, only 26 countries have any significant renewable electricity
consumption (about 2% or more of their net electricity consumption) during 19802005.
There are about 11 countries whose per capita renewable electricity consumption is
more that 5% of their respective net electricity consumption and out of these 11
countries only 4 countries have development index of 0.9 or more.
None of the developed countries appeared in the list of top 5 countries having highest
per capita renewable electricity consumption expressed as % of their per capita net
electricity consumption.

Considering the present per capita electricity consumption of developed countries and
considering that all countries of the world will reach developed status by 2050, estimate can
be made for expected level by 2050
Table -20 below indicates the expected increase in per capita thermal electricity
consumption & consequent CO2 emission from Electricity use when all countries reach
developed status (i.e. Development index of 0.9 or more).
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Table -20 : Estimation of per capita CO2 emission from Thermal Electricity by 2050
Item description
Value
Unit
Present world average per capita CO2 emission (1980-2005)
3.981
T/person/Year
Present day's average (1980-2005) Electricity accounts for 41% of
1.632
T/person/Year
CO2 emission
Thermal Electricity contributes about 95% of CO2 emission from
1.551
T/person/Year
electricity source.
World average per capita thermal electricity consumption
1186.823
kWh/person/year
Average per capita thermal electricity consumption by Developed
4502.746
kWh/person/year
countries
If all countries reaches developed status, their average per capita
thermal electricity consumption is expected to be same as that of
today's developed countries.
Expected per capita CO2 emission from thermal electricity
consumption by 2050 when all countries reaches developed status
Considering our earlier assumption highlighted above,
Present average (1980-2005) per capita CO2 emission by countries
with Di 0.9 or more
Present day's average (1980-2005) Electricity accounts for 41% of
CO2 emission
Thermal Electricity contributes about 95% of CO2 emission from
electricity source.
Expected per capita CO2 emission from thermal electricity
consumption by 2050 when all countries reaches developed status

5.883

T/person/Year

15.2

T/person/Year

6.232

T/person/Year

5.920

T/person/Year

5.920

T/person/Year

Table-20 indicates that considering the assumed contribution of thermal electricity towards
CO2 emission from total electricity, the two different approach concludes more or less same
level of per capita CO2 emission when all countries of the world achieves development index
0.9 or more. Per capita CO2 emission from electricity use is expected to increase by
approximately 570 % when all the countries of the world reaches developed status i.e.
development index of 0.9 or more.
If we consider that by 2050 all countries of the world will reach developed status and
considering the world population will increase from present days level of 6.5 billion to 9.2
billion, the world average per capita CO2 emission from electricity increase by 720 %. This is
a massive increase and hence worldwide CO2 emission reduction implementation project is
required.
The future world electricity consumption scenario: World population expected to reach 9.2 billion by 2050
Per capita electricity consumption of todays developed countries is much higher than
of the developing countries. Per capita electricity consumption of developing
countries is more than that of underdeveloped countries. Per capita electricity
consumption of underdeveloped countries is more than that of poor countries.
All countries will try to improve their standard of living. With time, all countries will try
to achieve developed countries status i.e. development index 0.9 or more.
In this development process per capita electricity consumption of the countries will
increase.
For economic reasons, all countries will try to use their internal energy resource to the
maximum extent to meet their electricity demand.
Transparent policy required with due consideration to electricity consumption type
distribution (i.e. thermal, hydro, nuclear, renewable, etc.) history and transparent
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policy to share responsibility to achieve desired level with time table for various
regions, countries keeping their respective development process in view.
In past developed/ developing countries has created more pollution by their electricity
consumption. Developed regions/ countries have produced more CO2 emission
compared to other regions, rich & developed countries within same region have
produced more CO2 emission by their electricity consumption compared to the other
countries of the same region. Rich & developed people within same country have
produced more CO2 emission by excessive electricity consumption compared to the
other people of the same country.
For worldwide acceptance, any limitation on electricity consumption/ electricity
generation process to reduce CO2 emission should ensure fulfilment of basic
electricity requirements of general people of all countries at minimum possible
affordable rates.
Majority of worlds Nuclear energy consumption is controlled by mainly developed
countries. Nuclear fuel & technology is mainly controlled by developed countries.
Even though electricity produced by nuclear energy is labelled as minimum cost, its
installation by countries outside approved group requires international approval.
However Nuclear power generation cost doesnt take into account the probable cost
of nuclear power plant decommissioning after its specified plant life is over & vigorous
security cost & cost of period inspection/ plant health checks which are quite high.
Also with the present days terrorism, the cost of additional security.
Nuclear power plants suffer from highest consequential environmental impact of any
possible terror attack/ sabotage.
Nuclear power plants should be avoided in the terror prone countries where people
are vulnerable for falling in trap of terrorism because of their poverty level.
Considering above nuclear energy generation may not be the best option for the
developing \ underdeveloped\ poor countries.
Renewable electricity is costly and hence it should not be forced on the developing \
underdeveloped \ poor countries until they reach the developing\ developed status.
In some countries, high emphasis is being made on the renewable energy production
e.g. ethanol. Numbers of countries are driven by incentive for such renewable energy.
This requires large agricultural lands. However we need to remember that with
increase in world population, we need more & more foods production and hence more
& more agricultural lands. Encroachment of fertile lands (suitable for food production)
by bio-mass cultivation will lead to food shortage. Poor countries will get affected most
since they may be forced to cultivate bio-mass energy to earn export revenue.
We need transparent policy for bio-mass production so that countries food production
is not hampered.
Developed countries should reduce their per capita thermal electricity consumption.
However the basic electricity need of the poor/ lower income group of these countries
need to be fulfilled at lowest possible cost to them.
Also a large portion of electricity is consumed in high style living i.e. Air conditioned
super markets, shops, etc. Obviously cost is passed on to customer and common
people are forced to accept it in lot of countries since they have no alternative
available. This issue need to be addressed.
A large portion of per capita electricity is used by the country in manufacturing sector,
service sectors, etc. which are not only covers the countries internal consumption but
also global consumption as these are exported. This is of particular important under
the present situation of global outsourcing.
Hence it is also important to study the electricity consumption patterns i.e. electricity
consumed by various sectors.
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Manufacturing Sector :Manufacturing is another essential part of life. Our history indicates that the fundamental
issue after food are cloths & shelter on which we concentrated at the beginning. These are
till primary concern of today. The primitive stage shelter was cave, etc. Now we are using
sophisticated housing requiring steel, Aluminium, Cement, brick, Wooden panels, etc. All of
these require manufacturing process. In addition with development of science, we have got
& getting accustomed with more & more scientific gadgets & appliances without which we
can imagine living today. The extent of gadgets & appliances used by various sector of
people of various countries varies depending on the development status of the country.
We need paper for day to day use. Even though it is said that soft world (i.e. with
computerisation) leads to paper less offices but actually use of paper has increased because
the increased & easy availability of copying facilities. Every one copies the required portion
of documents, letter etc. immediately when required instead of referring to the original book/
document and through away those xeroxed copies. It really appears that easy availability of
copying facilities has really increased the paper consumption even with the advancement of
computer facilities. Advancement & availability of computers has actually reduced the hand
writing rather than paper work.
With population increase we need more & more food. Hence we need fertilizer to increase
food production. Fertilizer industries are now basic requirement. Todays manufacturing
sector covers the manufacture of finished goods and products, mining of various raw
materials & processing them. Construction of various plants e.g. refineries, paper plants,
chemical industries, fertilizer industries, cement industries, steel industries, etc. All these
industries require energy consumption either in the form of electricity or direct use of primary
energy source.
With todays globalization concept, the manufacturing process of a particular country is not
limited to the production of the finished goods and products for meeting the countries internal
consumption only but to some extent to meet the requirements of other countries.
Total energy used in the industry during 2005 was about 115 x1012 MJ. This energy uses in
industries includes energy consumed in coke ovens, blast furnaces, paper & pulp, cement,
aluminium, feedstocks for the production of synthetic organic products, etc. Industrial
manufacturing process resulted in about 9.9x109 tons of CO2 during 2005 inclusive of
indirect use of electricity while the total CO2 emission in 2005 was about 28.2 x 109 tons.
This is about 35% of the total global CO2 emission.
Global industrial energy consumption has increased by 21% since 1990, with most of the
growth being in notably China, India. In this connection it may be noted that global sourcing
also started from around 1990.
Consistent data for various manufacturing sector are not available for all the countries of the
world. Hence the study is limited to the countries for which consistent data are available from
various published documents.
Manufacturing sector covers, Iron & steel industries, Cement industries, Paper & pulp
industries, Chemical & petrochemical industries, Aluminium industries, etc. As per limited
data available, the energy consumption in Chemical and petrochemical industry is highest
followed by Iron & steel industries, Cement industries, Paper & pulp industries, Aluminium
industries, etc. in the descending order.
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Chemicals and Petrochemicals Industries
The Chemical & Petrochemical industry consumes about 30 % of energy used by industrial
sector per year and is the largest industrial consumer of energy. Chemical industry normally
covers all the production facilities to produce specific compounds from chemical reactions of
inorganic and/ or organic materials. The petrochemical industry covers the production
facilities that produce synthetic organic products from oil and natural gas feedstock.
The chemical and petrochemical industry covers a wide range of products e.g. plastics,
solvent, urea, methanol, etc. It is extremely difficult to capture the world wide energy
consumption data for various processes and their associated CO2 emission. Hence the
analysis is done based on total energy used including & excluding electricity. CO2 emission
related to electricity use is addressed under electricity and hence not duplicated here again.
Based on available data, Energy including electricity used in global chemical &
petrochemical production in 2005 is indicated in table-21.
Table 21 :Global Chemical and Petrochemical Industry, 2005 (Including Electricity)
Country
Reported
Production
Ave (1980-2005)
Prod share /
(1)
Energy
Share
world population
Population share
Use (1012 MJ )
%
share (%)
(per capita prod)
Saudi Arabia
1.2
3.59
0.29
12.19
Netherlands
0.7
2.10
0.25
8.41
Taiwan
0.9
2.69
0.34
7.99
Canada
0.9
2.69
0.47
5.73
Republic of Korea
1.5
4.49
0.81
5.57
United States
7.8
23.35
4.26
5.48
Japan
2.2
6.59
2.08
3.16
Germany
1.3
3.89
1.32
2.96
France
0.7
2.10
0.94
2.23
Italy
0.5
1.50
0.94
1.60
United Kingdom
0.5
1.50
0.95
1.57
Brazil
0.7
2.10
2.56
0.82
China
4.4
13.17
22.07
0.60
India
1.1
3.29
18.92
0.17
Others
9
26.95
43.81
0.62
Total
33.4
100.00
100
1.00
(1) : Sources: IEA, 2007c; IEA, 2007d; SRI consulting; Ministry of Energy, Trade and Industry
Japan; IEA analysis.

Table -21 indicates United States accounts for the biggest share of energy used in Chemical
& petrochemical sector followed by China & Japan. However on per capita basis , their
position are 6th, 13th & 7th respectively. On per capita basis, Saudi Arabia, the largest
producer of oil & gas of the world, tops the list followed by Netherlands, Taiwan, Canada and
Republic of Korea in the descending order.
Out of the eleven top countries listed based on per capita Chemical and petrochemical
production share, 9 countries have development index of 0.9 or more and one country is
largest producer of oil & gas in the world.
With the development progress of the country, its internal consumption of chemical &
petrochemical products increases. Also countries export products from chemical &
petrochemical sector which significantly improves the economic growth of the countries.
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Energy excluding electricity used in global chemical & petrochemical production in 2005 is
indicated in table-22.
Table 22 :Global Chemical and Petrochemical Industry, 2005 (Excluding Electricity)
Country
Reported
Production
Ave (1980-2005)
Prod share /
Energy (1)
Share
world population
Population share
Use (1012 MJ )
%
share (%)
(per capita prod)
Saudi Arabia
1.2
4.00
0.29
13.57
Netherlands
0.6
2.00
0.25
8.02
Taiwan
0.7
2.33
0.34
6.91
Republic of Korea
1.4
4.67
0.81
5.79
Canada
0.8
2.67
0.47
5.67
United States
6.9
23.00
4.26
5.40
Japan
2.1
7.00
2.08
3.36
Germany
1.1
3.67
1.32
2.79
France
0.6
2.00
0.94
2.13
United Kingdom
0.5
1.67
0.95
1.75
Italy
0.4
1.33
0.94
1.43
Brazil
0.6
2.00
2.56
0.78
China
3.6
12.00
22.07
0.54
India
1.1
3.67
18.92
0.19
Others
8.4
28.00
43.81
0.64
Total
30
100.00
100
1.00
(1) : Sources: IEA, 2007c; IEA, 2007d; SRI consulting; Ministry of Energy, Trade and Industry
Japan; IEA analysis.

From table- 22 it is evident that United States alone contributes for about 20 % for energy
consumption excluding electricity of the worlds total chemical & petrochemical industries
energy consumption. The top five countries having highest % share of energy consumption
(excluding electricity) in chemical & petrochemical sector are United States, China, Japan,
Republic of Korea and Saudi Arabia. These countries accounts for about 50% of total world
energy consumption in chemical & petrochemical sector. Chemical & petrochemical products
are also exported by number of countries to other countries. Out of this top five, three
countries have the development Index of 0.9 or above.
However if we consider the per capita energy consumption (including or excluding electricity)
ratio in chemical & petrochemical sector i.e. Energy consumption in chemical &
petrochemical production expressed as % of world energy consumption in this sector /
Population of the country as % of world total population, the world leading countries are
Saudi Arabia, Netherlands, Taiwan, Republic of Korea, Canada, United States, Japan,
Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy in descending order and have this ratio above world
average value. Surprisingly 10 out of these top 11 countries having average per capita
energy consumption ratio for chemical & petrochemical sector above world average, have
either development index of 0.9 or more and/ or one of the largest oil & gas producing
country of the world. Following the same footsteps, it is expected that when todays
underdeveloped / poor countries achieve developed status their per capita energy
consumption in this sector will increase directly or indirectly (CO2 tag attached with import).
Average per capita energy consumption in chemical & petrochemical sector of the world will
increase with population increase and as more & more countries develop and reaches
developed country status. The basic need of human development should not be hampered.
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At the same time CO2 emission reduction is a must. Hence we need development / energy
efficiency improvement process for chemical & petrochemical industries to reduce energy
consumption leading to reduced CO2 emission. We also need transparent policy for sharing
the CO2 emission from chemical & petrochemical production process between all the
consumers irrespective of the countries barrier sharing the CO2 burden of particular paper
producing country. One way would be imposing CO2 tax on per ton of paper product
exported.
Iron and Steel Industries
The iron and steel industries is the second largest industrial user of energy, consuming
about 20% of total industrial sector energy consumption in 2005. It is also the largest
industrial source of CO2 emissions.
Based on available data, the global steel production in 2006 is indicated in table-23.
From table-23 it is evident that the top five steel producer countries are China, Japan, United
States, Russia and republic of Korea. These countries accounts for about 60% of total world
steel production. Out of this top five, three countries have the development Index of 0.9 or
above.

Country

Republic of
Korea
Japan
Ukraine
Germany
Italy
Russia
United States
China
Brazil
India
Other
World Total

Table 23 : Global Steel Production, 2006


Ave (1980(1)
Production
Production
2005)
(1)
Million
world
Tons/yr
Share
population
%
share (%)
48.5
116.2
40.9
47.2
31.6
70.8
98.6
422.7
30.9
44
292.8
1 244.2

3.9
9.3
3.3
3.8
2.5
5.7
7.9
34
2.5
3.5
23.5
100

0.81
2.08
0.82
1.32
0.94
2.38
4.26
22.07
2.56
18.92
43.85
100

Prod share /
Population
share
(per capita
prod)
4.84
4.46
4.02
2.89
2.67
2.40
1.86
1.54
0.98
0.19
0.54
1.00

(1) : Source: International Iron and Steel Institute (IISI), 2007.


However if we consider the per capita steel production ratio i.e. Steel production share of
the country as % of world total steel production / Population of the country as % of world total
population, the countries Republic of Korea, Japan, Ukraine, Germany, Italy, Russia, United
states, China are above the world average value. All these countries are reputed for
exporting products having steel as a major component i.e. means they fulfil the need of
other people over & above their internals demand.
It will not be fair to penalize the common people of the countries on account of more CO2
emission (in the way of CO2 tax) for producing more steel to fulfil the requirements of other
countries.
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We need transparent policy so that all consumers regardless of their respective countries
barrier can share the burden of CO2 emission issue.
Depending on final product requirement, available raw materials, energy supply and capital
investment, steel is produced through various processing steps e.g. blast furnace / basic
oxygen furnace , scrap/electric arc furnace (EAF) method, direct reduced iron (DRI)/EAF
method,
Steel production through blast furnace / basic oxygen furnace requires ore preparation, coke
making & iron making process and hence this process require large amount of energy per
ton of steel production. However the scrap/ EAF process doesnt require these steps and
requires less energy i.e. about 30-45% per ton of steel. However the scrap availability
depends on amount of steel reaching the end of their useful life and on the effectiveness in
recovering the scrape. The author has experience of discovering buried steel drum/
components while the underground package contract of projects were under actual
execution.
Average per capita steel consumption of the world will increase with population increase and
as more & more countries develop and reaches developed country status. The basic need of
human development should not be hampered. At the same time CO2 emission reduction is a
must. Hence we need development / energy efficiency improvement process for steel
production to reduce CO2 emission, we also need transparent way of sharing the CO2
emission from steel production process between all the people irrespective of the countries
barrier sharing the steel produced by the particular countries. One way would be imposing
CO2 tax on per ton of steel exported.
Cement Industries
Cement is one of the basic ingredients of todays world. We need cement for our house,
apartments, skyscraper, countries landmark building & structures irrespective of the
argument whether we really need these structures. Also with the worldwide labour shortage,
all developed countries are facing problems even with highway & road maintenance and
hence more & more roads are being made of concrete requiring cement.
The cement industry consumes about 7% of energy used by industrial sector per year and is
the third largest industrial consumer of energy.
There are various types of cement production process & different types of Kiln e.g. wet
process, dry process, vertical shaft kiln, rotary kiln, etc. Dry process requires about 70-80%
energy consumption per ton of clinker compared to energy consumption of wet process.
State of the art rotary kiln requires minimum energy per ton of clinker. Cement manufacturing
process depend on various factors e.g. final product, available raw materials, energy supply
and capital investment.
Also use of fly ash from power plants particularly from CFBC boilers can reduce the overall
energy consumption per ton of cement and at the same time can reduce the environmental
issues associated with ash.
Per capita cement consumption of the todays underdeveloped / poor countries are expected
to rise as they progress along their respective planed development track and worldwide CO2
emission reduction project shouldnt hamper their development process until they come
close to Target initiation point i.e. world average per capita CO2 emission level.
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Based on available data, the global cement production in 2006 is indicated in table-24.

Country

Table 24 : Global Cement Production, 2006


Ave (1980Production Production
2005)
Share (%)
world
(1)
Million
population
ton/yr (1)
54

Prod share /
Population
share
(per capita
prod)
3.27

share (%)
Spain
2.1
0.64
Republic of
Korea
55
2.2
0.81
2.73
China
1200
47.1
22.07
2.13
Turkey
48
1.9
0.95
2.00
Italy
43
1.7
0.94
1.82
Japan
70
2.7
2.08
1.30
Mexico
41
1.6
1.44
1.11
United States
100
3.9
4.26
0.92
Russia
55
2.1
2.38
0.88
India
155
6.1
18.92
0.32
Other
730
28.6
45.51
0.63
World Total
2550
100
100
1.00
(1) : Sources: United States Geological Survey, 2008a; Batelle, 2002; PCA,
2005; Price, 2006; JCA, 2006; CEMBUREAU, 2006; Siam Cement Industry
Company Ltd, 2005.

From table-24 it is evident that China alone produces about 47% of the worlds total cement
production. The top five cement producer countries are China, India, United States, Japan
and Republic of Korea These countries accounts for about 62% of total world cement
production. Cement is also exported by number of countries to other countries. Out of this
top five, three countries have the development Index of 0.9 or above.
However if we consider the per capita cement production ratio i.e. Cement production share
of the country as % of world total cement production / Population of the country as % of
world total population, the countries Spain, Republic of Korea, China, Turkey, Italy, Japan
and Mexico are above the world average value. Cement is also regarded as am important
export material and lot of countries earn revenue from cement export. This means that some
countries fulfil the need of other people cement demand over & above their internals
demand.
It will not be fair to penalize the common people of the countries on account of more CO2
emission (in the way of CO2 tax) for producing more cement to fulfil the requirements of other
countries. We need transparent policy so that all consumers regardless of their respective
countries barrier can share the burden of CO2 emission issue resulted from cement industry.
Average per capita cement consumption of the world will increase with population increase
and as more & more countries develop and reaches developed country status. The basic
need of human development should not be hampered. At the same time CO2 emission
reduction is a must. Hence we need development / energy efficiency improvement process
for cement production to reduce CO2 emission.
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The total cement produced by the particular country may or may not be consumed entirely
by the countries internal population. Some parts may be exported to meet the demand of
other countries consumption. For export, the producing country should not be penalized
since it is helping other countries development process.
We also need transparent policy for sharing the CO2 emission from cement production
process between all the consumers irrespective of the countries barrier sharing the CO2
emission burden of the particular cement country.
One way would be imposing CO2 tax on per ton of cement exported.
Paper and pulp Industries
The paper & pulp industry consumes about 5.5 % of energy used by industrial sector per
year and is the fourth largest industrial consumer of energy. In paper & pulp approximately
67% of energy consumption is in the form of fuel that is used to produce heat and 330% of
energy consumption is in the form of electricity. However paper & pulp industries also
produces energy as a by-product by using its biomass residue and generates about 50% of
its own energy needs. This by product power generation process makes the paper & pulp
industries less CO2 emission intensive sector compared to other energy intensive industries.
Based on available data, the global Paper & pulp production in 2006 is indicated in table-25.
Table 25 : Global Paper and Pulp Production, 2006
Ave (1980Production Production
2005)
Prod share /
(million
world
Population
(1)
Country
tons)
Share
population
share
(per capita
/yr (1)
%
share (%)
prod)
Finland
14.2
3.9
0.08
47.42
Sweden
12.1
3.3
0.14
23.22
Canada
18.2
5
0.47
10.64
United States
84.3
23.1
4.26
5.43
Germany
22.7
6.2
1.32
4.71
Japan
29.5
8.1
2.08
3.89
Republic of
Korea
11
3
0.81
3.72
Italy
10
2.7
0.94
2.89
France
10
2.7
0.94
2.88
Spain
6.4
1.7
0.64
2.64
United Kingdom
5.8
1.6
0.95
1.68
Brazil
8.5
2.3
2.56
0.90
China
58
15.9
22.07
0.72
Other
74.6
20.4
62.74
0.33
World Total
365.3
100
100
1.00
(1) Source: United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation Statistics, 2008.

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From table-25 it is evident that United States alone contributes for about 23 % of the worlds
total Paper & pulp production. The top five paper producer countries are United States,
China, Japan, Germany and Canada. These countries accounts for about 60% of total world
cement production. Cement is also exported by number of countries to other countries. Out
of this top five, four countries have the development Index of 0.9 or above.
A significant portion of global fibre supply for paper production is from recycled paper. Out of
the total paper production 50% is used by packaging industries (board, wrapping &
packaging), 30% is used for printing & writing, balance is used in newsprint, household and
sanitary paper. Household use of paper products are more developed & developing
countries.
However if we consider the per capita paper & pulp production ratio i.e. Paper & Pulp
production share of the country as % of world total paper & pulp production / Population of
the country as % of world total population, the countries Finland, Sweden, Canada, United
States, Germany, Japan, Republic of Korea, Italy, France, Spain and United Kingdom are
above the world average value. All these countries are reputed for exporting products like
books & other material requiring paper as their basic raw materials i.e. means they fulfil the
need of other people over & above their internals demand.
Surprisingly all these 11 countries having average paper production ratio above world
average have development index of 0.9 or more.
Energy consumed in the paper and pulp industry varies with the different paper production
and pulp production processes. The main processes are chemical pulping, mechanical
pulping; paper recycling; and paper production.
The production of chemical and mechanical pulp is also concentrated in a few countries, with
the United States, Canada, Brazil, Finland and Sweden being most important.
Average per capita paper consumption of the world will increase with population increase
and as more & more countries develop and reaches developed country status. The basic
need of human development should not be hampered. At the same time CO2 emission
reduction is a must. Hence we need development / energy efficiency improvement process
for paper production to reduce CO2 emission.
We also need transparent policy for sharing the CO2 emission from paper production
process between all the consumers irrespective of the countries barrier sharing the CO2
burden of particular paper producing country. One way would be imposing CO2 tax on per
ton of paper product exported.
Aluminium Industries
Todays world cant dream without aluminium. For conveying electricity, computers, our day
to day furniture, etc. we use aluminium.
Aluminium is electricity intensive unit. Electricity is considered as 50% raw material in
aluminium production. Aluminium production process consumes more than half of the
worlds energy used in non-ferrous metals production. Electricity consumption is particularly
significant, with aluminium smelters using about 3.5% of global electricity consumption of
electricity in 2006,
Based on available data, the global Aluminium production in 2006 is indicated in table-26.
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Table 26: Global Primary Aluminium Production, 2006
Production
Production Ave (1980-2005)
Prod share /
(million
Country
tons)
Share
world population Population share
/yr (1)
(%)
share (%)
(per capita prod)
Bahrain
0.87
2.6
0.009
300.61
Iceland
0.32
0.9
0.004
210.25
UAE
0.73
2.2
0.032
69.18
Norway
1.33
3.9
0.071
55.11
Canada
3.05
9.1
0.470
19.36
Australia
1.93
5.7
0.343
16.63
Tajikistan
0.41
1.2
0.091
13.12
Mozambique
0.56
1.7
0.242
7.03
Venezuela
0.61
1.8
0.332
5.42
Russia
3.72
11
2.379
4.62
South Africa
0.9
2.7
0.634
4.26
Brazil
1.5
4.4
2.558
1.72
United
States
2.28
6.8
4.258
1.60
China
9.35
27.7
22.072
1.25
Germany
0.54
1.6
1.315
1.22
India
1.1
3.3
18.918
0.17
Other
4.51
13.4
46.272
0.29
Total
33.7
100
100.000
1.00
(1) Source: United States Geological Survey, 2008b.

From table-26 it is evident that China alone contributes for about 28 % of the worlds total
Aluminium production. The top five Aluminium producing countries are China, Canada,
United States, Australia and Brazil. These countries accounts for about 54 % of total world
Aluminium production. Aluminium is also exported by number of countries to other countries.
Out of this top five, three countries have the development Index of 0.9 or above.
However if we consider the per capita Aluminium production ratio i.e. Aluminium production
share of the country as % of world total Aluminium production / Population of the country as
% of world total population, the countries Bahrain, Iceland, UAE, Norway, Canada,
Australia, Tajikistan, Mozambique, Venezuela, Russia, South Africa, Brazil, United States
China and Germany are above the world average value.
Aluminium production process can be defined in two distinct process i.e. primary aluminium
production and recycling. Primary production process is much higher energy intensive as
compared to recycling process. Primary production process consumes about 20 times more
energy compared to recycling process and primary production process represents the bulk of
energy consumption.
Primary aluminium production process consists of bauxite mining, alumina refining and
aluminium smelting. Most of the energy consumed in alumina refineries is in the form of
steam. The calcining process of the alumina requires large amounts of high temperature
heat and hence almost all modern Aluminium production facilities have integrated power &
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steam production units. Since all modern Aluminium protraction facilities have integrated
power & steam plants, potential for energy efficiency gains in aluminium production is
limited. However by changing the conventional co-generation thermal power plants of
aluminium production facilities to combined cycle plant and/ or back pressure turbines can
reduce the specific primary fuel consumption resulting reduced CO2 emission.
Average per capita aluminium consumption of the world will increase with population
increase and as more & more countries develop and reaches developed country status. The
basic need of human development should not be hampered. At the same time CO2 emission
reduction is a must. Hence we need development / energy efficiency improvement process
for aluminium production to reduce CO2 emission. We also need transparent policy for
sharing the CO2 emission from aluminium production process between all the consumers
irrespective of the countries barrier sharing the CO2 burden of particular aluminium
producing country. One way would be imposing CO2 tax on per ton of aluminium product
exported.
In summary the worldwide top ten countries with highest per capita share of various
industrial production can be represented as indicated below.
Prod. share as % of world total Prod. / Population share as % of world total population (per capita prod)
Manufacturing
Sector

Position
1

Position
2

Position
3

Position
4

Position
5

Position
6

Chemical &
Petrochemical

Saudi
Arabia

Nether
lands

Taiwan

Republic
of Korea

Canada

United
States

Iron & Steel

Republic
of Korea

Japan

Ukraine

Germany

Italy

Cement

Spain

Republic
of Korea

China

Turkey

Paper & Pulp

Finland

Sweden

Canada

Aluminium

Bahrain

Iceland

UAE

Position
7

Position
8

Position
9

Position
10

Japan

Germany

France

United
Kingdom

Russia

United
States

China

Brazil

India

Italy

Japan

Mexico

United
States

Russia

India

United
States

Germany

Japan

Republic
of Korea

Italy

France

Spain

Norway

Canada

Australia

Tajikistan

Mozam
bique

Vene
zuela

Russia

Indicates countries having development index of 0.8 or more in the year 3003.

It is evident from the above table that in past world industrial scenario was predominantly
dominated by developed countries. The countries as they developed, there were
development in all the manufacturing sectors. However as they developed, their labour cost
went up and the manufacturing process were improved and/ or mechanised using automated
system, assembly line production, etc. With further labour cost increase, they started to shift
manufacturing units to other low labour cost countries near by. Then came the global
outsourcing process.
Due to large scale globalization process, highly populated & fast developing countries like
China, India, Venezuela, etc. are able to make in the top ten countries list Iron & steel,
Aluminium and cement. But as these developing countries moves forward, their labour cost
will increase and they will try to source from other underdeveloped/ poor countries. This
process will continue till all the countries reaches developed status and as these countries
moves forward in the development path, their share in industrial sector is bound to increase
leading to more CO2 emission. Also in line with global outsourcing approach, manufacturing
facilities are being set up by developed countries in developing / underdeveloped countries.
The CO2 emission associated with such facilities should be accounted for the consuming
countries rather than producing countries.
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Transportation Sector
Transportation is the 2nd largest source of CO2 emission. It is estimated that transportation
sector at present consumes more than 20% of the world's total energy and produces about
26% of the world's CO2 emission. It is the most rapidly growing consumer of the world's
energy and the largest share of transportation's energy goes to passenger travel.
Between 1990 and 2005, transportation energy consumption was increased by 37%, and is
the fastest growing sector contributing to global CO2 increase.
Road transportation is the largest energy user and accounted for 89% of total transportation
energy use in 2005.
Road transportation includes private cars, buses, delivery vans, trains, etc. Trains can be
both electric engine as well as diesel engine driven. CO2 emission by electric engine driven
trains need not be considered separately as they are already covered in CO2 emission of
electricity.
Private cars accounts for about 82 % of total road transportation excluding the electric trains.
At present, it is difficult to obtain the total car population of each & every countries. However
since cars are registered in every country, it is easy to track them by respective countries.
Table-27 indicates the estimated car population during 1990.
Table-27 : World's car population as on 1990
Regions
Car population 103
Africa
8044
Asia & middle east
60566
Latin America & Caribbean
181730
Europe
146042
Pacific Island
8657
World total
405039
All over the world people enjoys freedom & mobility. Private cars provide the freedom &
mobility to people. Cars provide comfortable & enjoyable family / group movement with
safety & privacy. For all developed countries, car is considered as basic necessity. For
developing countries, cars are becoming more & more popular and will be regarded as basic
necessity. People in developing countries use two wheeler because they cant afford car. If
some cheap car is made available to them, majority of them will opt for car rather than two
wheeler. This philosophy will continue for todays underdeveloped & poor countries. As they
developed, their car population will increase resulting it in basic necessity.
From table-27, Latin America & Caribbean accounts for about 44% of world car population in
1990 followed by Europe with 36% of world car population in 1990. While their respective
population % share of the world is much less. As more & more countries progresses along
the development path, their economic status, life style, etc. will improve and their car
population will also increase. The worlds two largest populated countries i.e. China & India
are moving fast in the development track and their car population is growing rapidly. This will
also happen with todays underdeveloped & poor countries as they move forward towards
developed status.
Table- 28 indicates the world car population data available in 2002.
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Table -28 : Private cars population of 49 countries
Country

Passenger cars (per


1000 pop)

Albania

Year
2001

Car Population
133,533

Total Population (x10 )


3430

Armenia

1997

263,300

3803

69

Austria

2002

3,987,000

8053

495

Azerbaijan

2002

350,600

8172

43

Belarus

2002

152175.87

1035

147

Belgium

2002

4787000

10330

463

Bulgaria

2001

2,085,700

7913

264

Canada

2002

17,543,759

31374

559

Croatia

2001

1,185,000

4437

267

39

Cyprus

2001

280,069

789

355

Czech Republic

2002

3,647,100

10201

358

Denmark

2002

1,888,000

5376

351

Estonia

2001

407,300

1364

299

Finland

2002

2,194,683

5188

423

France

2002

29,160,000

61237

476

Georgia

2002

252,000

4586

55

Germany

2002

44,657,300

82482

541

Greece

2001

3,423,704

10938

313

Hungary

2002

2,729,586

10159

269

Iceland

2002

162,000

288

563

Ireland

2001

1,385,000

3853

359

Israel

2002

1,522,112

6304

241

Italy

2002

33,706,153

57994

581

Kazakhstan

2002

1,062,554

14854

72

Kyrgyzstan

2002

188,711

4993

38

Latvia

2002

619,100

2339

265

Liechtenstein

2002

21,964

34

646

Lithuania

2002

1,180,900

3469

340

Luxembourg

2002

280,713

446

629

Malta

2002

195,302

396

493

Netherlands

2001

6,710,000

16043

418

Norway

2002

1,899,767

4539

419

Poland

2002

11,029,000

38232

288

Portugal

2002

5,788,000

10368

558

Republic of Moldova

2002

268,900

3622

74

Romania

2001

3,225,500

22408

144

Russian Federation

2002

21394233

145539

147

Serbia and Montenegro

2002

1746537.66

10848

161

Slovakia

2002

1,326,900

5379

247

Slovenia

2002

873,962

1996

438

Spain

2002

18,732,632

40546

462

Sweden

2002

4,043,000

8925

453

Switzerland

2002

3,700,951

7349

504

Tajkistan

2002

162,096

6754

24

TFYR of Macedonia

2002

308,000

2020

152

Turkey

2002

4,600,140

70318

65

Ukraine

2002

4,953,230

48561

102

United Kingdom

2001

25,783,000

59031

437

United States

2002

220,931,982

288796

765

49 countries total
496,930,149
1157112
429
From the data available in Table-28, the top 20 countries of the world with highest per capita car population are listed in Table-29.

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Table- 20 indicates the top 20 countries with highest per capita private car population.
Table -29 : Top 20 countries with highest per capita
private cars
Number of passenger
Year
cars
(per 1000 pop)
United States
2002
765
Luxembourg
2002
629
Italy
2002
581
Iceland
2002
563
Canada
2002
559
Portugal
2002
558
Germany
2002
541
Switzerland
2002
504
Austria
2002
495
Malta
2002
493
France
2002
476
Belgium
2002
463
Spain
2002
462
Sweden
2002
453
Slovenia
2002
438
United Kingdom
2001
437
Finland
2002
423
Norway
2002
419
Netherlands
2001
418
Ireland
2001
359
Average of 20 Countries.
610
In coming years, the number of cars in the world will increase from today's 550 million or so,
to more than one billion. Private transportation will then need 2 times more energy and
produce about 2 times more CO2 as compared to present level.
Present day car population of the top 20 developed countries is about 610 per 1000 people.
Estimated car population of the world is 550 million while world population is about 6.5 Billion
i.e. world average car population is about 0.85 cars/1000 people.
Considering the present average per capita CO2 emission of developed countries as 15.2
tons/person/year & present transportation sectors contribution to CO2 emission as 26%,
Road transportation is about 89 % of transportation sector, while private cars share is 82%
of road transportation sectors CO2 emission, CO2 contribution from private cars in
developed countries works out as 2.89 tons/ person/ year. The population of these top 20
countries in 2003 was only 11% of the worlds population, while their private car population in
2003 was about 67 % of the worlds total car population.
With countries development, their per capita cars will increase. It is evident from the fact of
private cars population growth in the present-day most populated & fast developing countries
mainly China, India & Brazil. The car population growth in the last few years in these
countries was phenomenal and this growth will continue with their development. More over
some of these countries are trying to develop cheaper cars making it affordable by common
people.
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The development is also aimed towards more KM per litre of fuel. This is no doubt a positive
development considering the present days fuel production rate & consequent price increase
with more demand associated with worldwide car population growth.
Lot of arguments are being raised on the combustion efficiency of such cheaper car and
hence increased CO2 emission. In this connection we need to remember that todays
developed countries most probably started their car sector with combustion efficiencies
much much lower that todays these cheaper cars back in 1960s. No one objected. With
improvement in their development status and particularly the oil crisis of last century, the
focus was shift towards efficiency improvement.
Also the small cheap cars with even less efficient requires less fuel per kilometre rather than
the highly efficient large/ heavy cars which requires more per KM. CO2 emission from cars
depends on the product of engines combustion efficient and fuel requirement per kilometre.
Most probably CO2 emission per kilometre of travel produced by ultra efficient & heavy/
luxury cars are more compared to the CO2 emission per kilometre of travel produced by
cheap & light cars. In totally there will be CO2 reduction.
If the present world population achieve the average per capita car population of top 20
countries (table-29), the CO2 emission from private cars alone will increase by approx. 720%
from todays level i.e. about 20.81 tons/person/year. This is about 136 % increase of average
total per capita CO2 emission of developed countries (Development Index of 0.9 or more)
and 600% increase of world average (1980-2005) per capita CO2 emission.
If we considered the world population by 2050 as 9.2 billion and all countries will reach the
development index of 0.9 or more i.e. they achieve corresponding number of cars/ 1000
people, the private cars contribution to CO2 emission will be around 29.73 tons/ person/
year which is about 1028% increase from world average private car CO2 emission of 2005.
Putting CO2 emission tax on the private car user will give the freedom to rich & developed
countries/ people within the country to pollute the world compared to the poor &
underdeveloped countries/ people.
The mission of Worldwide CO emission reduction project is not to allocate different degree
of freedom to pollution Climate with CO2 emission to different segment of world/ country/
society but to reduce the CO2 emission worldwide. To cut the CO2 emission from private
cars, one transparent solution would be to allocate a pre-determined fixed amount of weekly
fuel to each individual. All cars are registered in every country against a particular mane. If
some one maintains two or more cars, the weekly allocation of fuel is total for all the cars.
The excess fuel over the weekly allocation for private car use should be charged with heavy
taxation say CO2 tax on excess fuel use.
The weekly allocation amount will be finalized by the respective countries based on the
transparent target & timetable agreed by all the stakeholders of worldwide CO2 emission
reduction project. Since the transparent target & timetable takes into account of their past
car population, total CO2 emission, there will not be any disparity.
Any regulation imposed for a country is actually put into action by the elected/ selected
leaders of the countries. If the policy is not transparent, there is a chance of this getting
rejected with the change in ruling parties of the countries. Such approach will help the
developing & underdeveloped countries, who didnt produce much CO2 pollution from private
cars in past, to convince their people i.e. voters about the transparency of policy and also to
enforce such regulation in their respective countries as soon as their per capita CO2
emission approaches their target setting..
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House Hold Sectors
Household sector energy consumption covers energy consumption in private dwellings e.g.
all energy consuming activities of people for their day-to-day activities in private houses,
apartments, housing complex, etc. Various day-to-day activities in household activities
includes energy required for cooking (renewable, coal, oil, gas, electricity, etc.), electricity
consumption (for lighting, fans, air-conditioning, heating, other appliances e.g. refrigerator,
washing machine, vacuum cleaner, space heating, hot water, etc.). However it does not
include personal transportation which is already covered under transportation sector.
Unfortunately detail data for worldwide energy consumption data for house hold sector is not
available. Based on available data, various energy consumption in household sector is
indicated in table-30.

Country/ Country
group
Europe Group
Pacific Group
US & Canada
Mexico
China
India
Brazil
South Africa
Russia
Rest Of World
World Total

Table- 30: Household Energy use in 1012 kJ


Primary Energy (1)
Renewable (1)
Electricity (1)
1990
2005
1990
2005
1990
2005
8.190
8.710
1.170
1.474
2.340
3.216
1.425
1.785
0.150
0.070
0.925
1.645
5.100
6.552
0.100
0.567
4.800
5.481
0.300
0.322
0.207
0.231
0.093
0.147
3.813
3.545
8.241
9.244
0.246
1.112
0.612
1.056
4.386
5.148
0.102
0.396
0.232
0.198
0.380
0.405
0.188
0.297
0.082
0.156
0.242
0.318
0.076
0.126
6.660
4.149
0.296
0.037
0.444
0.414
4.752
7.043 11.616 14.880
1.232
2.877
31.166
33.516 26.788 32.373
10.446
15.711

Population
1990
2005
496501320
527675225
186788136
199260247
277922494
328515912
84913652
106197738
1148364470 1308208430
841655108 1078859747
151083809
185566216
38391094
43699363.5
147974148
143751409
1897101438 2503225513
5270695669 6424959799

(1) : Values derived from the source " IEA, 2007c; IEA, 2007d; IEA estimates.
Europe Gr - consists of : Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,
Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, the Slovak Republic,
Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom
Pacific Gr - consists of : Australia, Japan, the Republic of Korea, New Zealand
Primary Energy consists of Oil, Natural Gas, Coal consumption & District Heating.

Table-30 indicates that in the household primary energy consumption, Europe tops the list
followed by Russia, US & Canada, China & pacific group in descending order. In household
electricity consumption, US & Canada tops the list followed by Europe, Pacific group, Russia
& China. While in the household renewable energy consumption, China tops the list
followed by India, Europe group, Brazil, Russia.
However household sector energy uses depends on the countrys development status &
population. Country with more population is expected to have more household energy
consumption considering the same development status of all countries. Hence it is important
to analyse the above available data on per capita energy consumption basis.
Also with the present days global sourcing concept, lot of small scale manufacturing facilities
e.g. toy manufacturing, garment sector, etc. are moving towards household activities in
developing countries resulting in rapid increase in household energy consumption. Rapid
increase in household electricity consumption in China & India is contributed significantly by
such manufacturing shift.
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The primary energy consumption for household sector are further analysed based on
average per capita primary energy consumption and presented in table-31 below.

Country/
Country
group

Table- 31: Household Primary Energy comparison


Primary Energy
Average (19902005)
1990
2005
Total/
Per
Total/
Per
Total/
Per
year
Capita
year
Capita
year
Capita
1012 kJ MJ/year 1012 kJ MJ/year 1012 kJ MJ/year
6.660 45.008
4.149 28.864
5.405 36.936

Russia
US &
Canada
Europe Gr
Pacific Gr
Mexico
China
South
Africa
Rest Of
World
Brazil
India
World Total

5.100
8.190
1.425
0.300
3.813

18.350
16.495
7.629
3.533
3.320

6.552
8.710
1.785
0.322
3.545

19.944
16.506
8.958
3.032
2.709

5.826
8.450
1.605
0.311
3.679

19.147
16.501
8.294
3.283
3.015

0.082

2.136

0.156

3.570

0.119

2.853

4.752
0.232
0.612
31.166

2.505
1.536
0.727
5.913

7.043
0.198
1.056
33.516

2.814
1.067
0.979
5.217

5.898
0.215
0.834
32.341

2.659
1.301
0.853
5.565

The renewable energy consumption for household sector are further analysed based on
average per capita primary energy consumption and presented in table-32 below.
Table- 32: Household Renewable Energy comparison
Country/
Renewable Energy
Average (1990Country group
2005)
1990
2005
Total/
Per
Total/
Per
Total/
Per
year
Capita
year
Capita
year
Capita
12
12
12
10 kJ MJ/year 10 kJ
MJ/year 10 kJ MJ/year
China
8.241
7.176
9.244
7.066
8.742
7.121
South Africa
0.242
6.304
0.318
7.277
0.280
6.790
Rest Of World
11.616
6.123
14.880
5.944
13.248
6.034
India
4.386
5.211
5.148
4.772
4.767
4.991
Europe Gr
1.170
2.356
1.474
2.793
1.322
2.575
Brazil
0.380
2.515
0.405
2.183
0.393
2.349
Mexico
0.207
2.438
0.231
2.175
0.219
2.306
Russia
0.296
2.000
0.037
0.256
0.166
1.128
US & Canada
0.100
0.360
0.567
1.726
0.334
1.043
Pacific Gr
0.150
0.803
0.070
0.351
0.110
0.577
World Total
26.788
5.082
32.373
5.039
29.581
5.061
It is evident from table-31 that world average per capita household primary energy
consumption has reduced marginally from 1990 to 2005. However these data were
interpreted from stack chart and hence may include some marginal errors in estimation.
However it may be noted that the average (1990-2005) per capita primary energy
consumptions of developed countries (Russia, US & Canada, Europe group, Pacific group)
are much higher than the world average per capita primary energy consumption.
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Primary energy consumption in the household sector also contributes towards the global
CO2 emission level. The per capita household energy consumption of the two largest
populated countries i.e. China & India (total population is about -37% of the world total) is
much less than world average per capita primary energy consumption. There is some
significant reduction in primary energy consumption in per capita primary energy
consumption of certain countries during 1990-2005. This might also be a result of more &
more use of other type of energy consumption with reduction in primary energy consumption.
It is evident from table-32 that there is no significant change in world average per capita
household renewable energy consumption during 1990 to 2005. However it may be noted
that developing / underdeveloped countries are using more renewable energy compared to
the developed countries.
The electric energy consumption for household sector are further analysed based on
average per capita primary energy consumption and presented in table-33 below.
Table- 33: Household Electric Energy comparison
Country/
Electric Energy
Average (1990Country group
2005)
1990
2005
Total/
Per
Total/
Per
Total/
Per
year
Capita
year
Capita
year
Capita
1012 kJ MJ/year 1012 kJ
MJ/year 1012 kJ MJ/year
US & Canada
4.800
17.271
5.481
16.684
5.141 16.978
Pacific Group
0.925
4.952
1.645
8.256
1.285
6.604
Europe Group
2.340
4.713
3.216
6.095
2.778
5.404
Russia
0.444
3.001
0.414
2.880
0.429
2.940
South Africa
0.076
1.980
0.126
2.883
0.101
2.431
Brazil
0.188
1.244
0.297
1.601
0.243
1.422
Mexico
0.093
1.095
0.147
1.384
0.120
1.240
Rest Of World
1.232
0.649
2.877
1.149
2.054
0.899
China
0.246
0.214
1.112
0.850
0.679
0.532
India
0.102
0.121
0.396
0.367
0.249
0.244
World Total
10.446
1.982
15.711
2.445
13.078
2.214
It is evident from table-33 that world average per capita household electric energy
consumption has increased by about 23% from 1990 to 2005. However it may be noted that
the average (1990-2005) per capita electric energy consumptions of developed countries
(US & Canada, Europe group, Pacific group) are much higher than the world average per
capita household electric energy consumption.
The per capita household electric energy consumption of the two largest populated countries
i.e. China & India (total population is about -37% of the world total) is much less than world
average per capita electric energy consumption.
With development, people get used to more & more household appliances requiring more &
more energy. As these countries moves forward along the development path, their per capita
household energy consumption will increase. Also with development, the use of coal as
energy source in household sector will reduce because of obvious reasons. This will
increase per capita electricity consumption of the countries.

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Table-34 represents the household sector total energy consumption.
Table- 34: Household Total Energy comparison
Country/
Electric Energy
Average (1990Country group
2005)
1990
2005
Total/
Per
Total/
Per
Total/
Per
year
Capita
year
Capita
year
Capita
12
12
12
10 kJ MJ/year 10 kJ
MJ/year 10 kJ MJ/year
Russia
7.400
50.009
4.600
32.000
6.000 41.004
US & Canada
10.000
35.981
12.600
38.354
11.300 37.168
Europe Group
11.700
23.565
13.400
25.394
12.550 24.480
Pacific Group
2.500
13.384
3.500
17.565
3.000 15.475
South Africa
0.400
10.419
0.600
13.730
0.500 12.075
China
12.300
10.711
13.900
10.625
13.100 10.668
Rest Of World
17.600
9.277
24.800
9.907
21.200
9.592
Mexico
0.600
7.066
0.700
6.591
0.650
6.829
India
5.100
6.059
6.600
6.118
5.850
6.089
Brazil
0.800
5.295
0.900
4.850
0.850
5.073
World Total
68.400
12.977
81.600
12.700
75.000 12.839
It is evident from table-34 that world average per capita total household energy consumption
has increased by about 23% from 1990 to 2005. However it may be noted that the average
(1990-2005) per capita household total energy consumptions of developed countries
(Russia, US & Canada, Europe group, Pacific group) are higher than the world average per
capita household total energy consumption.
The per capita household total energy consumption of the two largest populated countries
i.e. China & India (total population is about -37% of the world total) is much less than world
average per capita household total energy consumption.
The position of various countries / county groups for various types of energy consumption in
household sector on per capita basis is indicated in the table below.
Average (1990-2005) Per Capita Energy Consumption in Household Sector
Energy Type

Position
1

Primary
Russia
Renewable
Electricity

China
US &
Canada

Total Energy
Russia

Position
2
US &
Canada
South
Africa
Pacific
Group
US &
Canada

Position
3
Europe
Group
India
Europe
Group
Europe
Group

Position
4
Pacific
Group
Europe
Group
Russia
Pacific
Group

Position
5

Position
6

Mexico

China

Position
7
South
Africa

Brazil
South
Africa
South
Africa

Mexico

Position
8

Position
9

Russia

Brazil
US &
Canada

India
Pacific
Group

Brazil

Mexico

China

India

China

Mexico

India

Brazil

Indicates countries having development index of 0.8 or more in the year 2003.

It is evident from the above table, that except three countries i.e. China, India & South Africa,
all countries, appearing in the top nine list of various per capita energy consumption in
household sector, have development index of 0.8 or more in 2003.
The household sector renewable energy is mainly dominated by China, South Africa, India,
etc. It may be noted that none of the developed countries are appearing in the top 3
countries list highest per capita renewable energy consumption in household sector.
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As all the countries will reach the developed status someday, their peoples lifestyle
will also changed to todays developed countries pattern resulting in substantial
increase in world average per capita total energy consumption.

Per capita household total energy consumption of presents days developed


countries is much higher than the world average.

Most populated developing countries total energy consumption is less than world
average and as they develop their per capita household energy consumption will
increase.

The average per capita household energy consumption of developed countries/


regions is about 25- 38 MJ/ person/ year while the present world average per capita
household energy consumption is about 12 MJ/ year. This is about 2 to 3 times higher
per capita household energy consumption by developed regions/ countries.

Todays developed countries per capita household energy consumption increased


drastically during their development process. Same significant increase of per capita
household energy consumption can be noticed in the worlds most populated & fast
developing countries like China & India. Same pattern in household per capita energy
consumption can be expected in future in todays underdeveloped/ poor countries as
they progress along the development path.

As the other countries developed, their per capita household energy consumption will
increase. When all the countries of the world reaches developed status, the per capita
household energy consumption will increase by about 200% of present world per
capita household energy consumption.

With world population expected to increase to 9.2 billion, and if all countries reaches
developed countries life style status by 2050, then considering average per capita
total energy consumption as 29.5 MJ (average of top four groups of Table-34), per
capita household total energy consumption will increase to 320% of 2005 level and
corresponding CO2 level increase in the same range is expected unless Worldwide
CO2 emission project implementation is undertaken.

As the countries developed, it is expected that their peoples living standard, their health &
economic standards will improve. This obviously will increase the per capita energy
consumption of these countries leading to increased per capita CO2 emission from
household sector of these countries. People of lot of countries are yet to avail the facilities of
latest development e.g. latest home appliance, etc. With worldwide storage of work force,
more & more focus will be on outsourcing activities mainly in developing/ underdeveloped
countries and people of these countries will try to take up external works by reducing their
home work time using more & more home appliances. This is good for country & people. If
we put a restriction on the per capita energy consumption on these countries as a target /
goal of worldwide CO2 reduction implementation project, the project is bound to fail.
Worldwide CO2 reduction implementation project needs teamwork (of all countries of the
world) having a transparent policy (taking care of their past, present CO2 emission history)
with specific target to restrict the future per capita CO2 emission of the countries and set a
feasible timetable and trust individual countries for their portion which will be reviewed at
periodic intervals.
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Service Sector:The service sector includes public administration, infrastructure & real estate development,
health, education, commercial services, IT & engineering services, finance services, trades
including super markets & shopping complexes, etc.
All of these activities are important for development of the country, its economic growth, etc.
and hence cant be neglected.
Unfortunately detail data for worldwide energy consumption data for service sector is not
available. Based on available data, service sectors various energy consumption is indicated
in table-35.

Country/ Country
group
Europe Gr
Pacific Gr
US & Canada
Mexico
China
India
Brazil
South Africa
Russia
Rest Of World
World Total

Table- 35: Service Sector Energy use in 1012 kJ


Primary Energy (1)
Renewable (1)
Electricity (1)
2005
1990
2005
1990
2005
1990
3.059
0.046
0.058 1.625
2.684
2.929
2.054
0.012
0.015 0.933
1.631
1.555
4.612
0.008
0.049 3.388
5.139
4.205
0.101
0.000
0.003 0.041
0.096
0.059
1.301
0.000
0.002 0.067
0.398
0.432
0.124
0.203
0.254 0.038
0.122
0.159
0.060
0.008
0.007 0.154
0.333
0.038
0.095
0.000
0.000 0.061
0.105
0.039
0.995
0.036
0.025 0.219
0.380
1.845
1.170
0.104
0.149 0.709
1.681
0.687
13.571
0.417
0.561
7.236
12.568
11.947

Population
1990
2005
496501320
527675225
186788136
199260247
277922494
328515912
84913652
106197738
1148364470
1308208430
841655108
1078859747
151083809
185566216
38391094
43699363.5
147974148
143751409
1897101438
2503225513
5270695669
6424959799

(1) : Values derived from the source " IEA, 2007c; IEA, 2007d; IEA estimates."
Europe Gr - consists of : Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,
Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, the Slovak Republic,
Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom
Pacific Gr - consists of : Australia, Japan, the Republic of Korea, New Zealand
Primary Energy consists of Oil, Natural Gas, Coal consumption & District Heating.

Primary energy consumption in the service sector also contributes towards the global CO2
emission level. The per capita service sector consumption of the two largest populated
countries i.e. China & India (total population is about -37% of the world total) is much less
than world average per capita primary energy consumption. However the per capita service
sector primary energy consumption for China has increased significantly during 1990-2005.
In this connection, it may also be noted that global outsourcing resulted in economic boom
the China & India which to some extent accounts for this growth in primary sector energy
consumption in service sector.
It is expected that todays underdeveloped & poor countries will reach the developed status
someday and as they develops, it is expected that their per capita energy consumption also
increase to the same level of todays developed/ developing countries. The target of
worldwide CO2 emission reduction project should not impose any regulation that might be
considered as a roadblock for the development of these underdeveloped / poor countries.
The primary energy consumption for service sector are further analysed based on average
per capita primary energy consumption and presented in table-36 below.
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Table- 36: Service Sector Primary Energy comparison
Country/ Country
Primary Energy
Average (1990-2005)
group
1990
2005
Total/
Per
Total/
Per
Total/
year
Capita
year
Capita
year
Per Capita
12
12
12
10 kJ MJ/year 10 kJ MJ/year 10 kJ
MJ/year
US & Canada
4.205 15.129
4.612 14.040
4.408
14.584
Russia
1.845 12.469
0.995
6.919
1.420
9.694
Pacific Gr
1.555
8.323
2.054 10.310
1.805
9.317
Europe Gr
2.929
5.900
3.059
5.797
2.994
5.848
South Africa
0.039
1.011
0.095
2.163
0.067
1.587
Mexico
0.059
0.691
0.101
0.956
0.080
0.824
China
0.432
0.376
1.301
0.994
0.867
0.685
Rest Of World
0.687
0.362
1.170
0.467
0.928
0.415
Brazil
0.038
0.250
0.060
0.322
0.049
0.286
India
0.159
0.189
0.124
0.115
0.142
0.152
World Total
11.947
2.267 13.571
2.112 12.759
2.189
It is evident from table-36 that world average per capita service primary energy consumption
has reduced marginally from 1990 to 2005. However it may be noted that the average (19902005) per capita primary energy consumptions of developed countries (US & Canada,
Russia, Pacific group, Europe group) are much higher than the world average per capita
service sector primary energy consumption.
The renewable energy consumption for service sector are further analysed based on
average per capita primary energy consumption and presented in table-37 below.
Table- 37: Service Sector Renewable Energy comparison
Country/
Renewable Energy
Average (1990Country
2005)
1990
2005
group
Total/
Per
Total/
Per
Total/
Per
year
Capita
year
Capita
year
Capita
12
12
12
10 kJ MJ/year 10 kJ MJ/year 10 kJ MJ/year
India
0.203
0.241
0.254
0.235
0.228
0.238
Russia
0.036
0.240
0.025
0.174
0.030
0.207
Europe Gr.
0.046
0.092
0.058
0.109
0.052
0.101
US &
Canada
0.008
0.027
0.049
0.148
0.028
0.088
Pacific Gr
0.012
0.067
0.015
0.074
0.014
0.070
Rest Of
World
0.104
0.055
0.149
0.060
0.127
0.057
Brazil
0.008
0.053
0.007
0.039
0.008
0.046
Mexico
0.000
0.000
0.003
0.028
0.001
0.014
China
0.000
0.000
0.002
0.001
0.001
0.001
South
Africa
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
World Total
0.417
0.079
0.561
0.087
0.489
0.083
It is evident from table-37 that there world average service sector per capita renewable
energy consumption increased by approx. 10% during 1990 to 2005. However, renewable
energy use in service sector is negligible compared to the total per capita energy used in
service sector.
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It is evident that the per capita renewable energy consumption has decreased considerable
from 1990 to 2005 for countries like Russia, Brazil, etc. even though world average per
capita renewable energy consumption has increase by 10% over this period. With global
outsourcing concept, growth of service sector in developing / underdeveloped countries are
expected to be more & more resulting in increase of per capita service sector energy
consumption of these countries. Hence focus is required to ensure use of more & more
renewable energy in service sector.
The electric energy consumption for service sector are further analysed based on average
per capita Electricity consumption and presented in table-38 below.
Table- 38: Service Sector Electric Energy comparison
Average (1990Country/
Electric Energy
2005)
Country
1990
2005
group
Total/
Per
Total/
Per
Total/
Per
year
Capita
year
Capita
year
Capita
12
12
12
10 kJ MJ/year 10 kJ MJ/year 10 kJ MJ/year
US &
Canada
3.388 12.190
5.139 15.643
4.263 13.916
Pacific Gr
0.933
4.994
1.631
8.185
1.282
6.590
Europe Gr
1.625
3.273
2.684
5.086
2.154
4.179
Russia
0.219
1.483
0.380
2.646
0.300
2.064
South
Africa
0.061
1.594
0.105
2.414
0.083
2.004
Brazil
0.154
1.021
0.333
1.795
0.244
1.408
Mexico
0.041
0.486
0.096
0.899
0.068
0.693
Rest Of
World
0.709
0.374
1.681
0.671
1.195
0.523
China
0.067
0.058
0.398
0.304
0.232
0.181
India
0.038
0.045
0.122
0.113
0.080
0.079
World Total
7.236
1.373 12.568
1.956
9.902
1.664
It is evident from table-38 that world average per capita service sector electric energy
consumption has increased by about 43% from 1990 to 2005. However it may be noted that
the average (1990-2005) per capita electric energy consumptions in service sector of
developed countries (US & Canada, Europe group, Pacific group) are much higher than the
world average per capita service sector electric energy consumption. The per capita service
sector electric energy consumption of the two largest populated countries i.e. China & India
(total population is about -37% of the world total) is much less than world average per capita
electric energy consumption in service sector.
With development of China, India, their service cost is expected to increase and the
production / manufacturing cost in these countries will increase. As soon as they become
costlier, with the present global outsourcing philosophy, lot of activities will get shifted to
other underdeveloped/ poor countries. This in turn will accelerate the underdeveloped/ poor
countries development process leading to increase in their per capita service sector energy
consumption. This process will continue until all countries of the world reaches the
developed status. When this happens, another cycle of internal manufacturing/ production
for their own consumption will be initiated by thats times developed countries using
improved process/ technologies which in turn is expected to reduce CO2 emission.
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Table-39 represents the household sector total energy consumption
Table- 39: Service Sector Total Energy comparison
Country/
Electric Energy
Average (1990Country
2005)
1990
2005
group
Total/
Per
Total/
Per
Total/
Per
year
Capita
year
Capita
year
Capita
12
12
12
10 kJ MJ/year 10 kJ MJ/year 10 kJ MJ/year
US &
Canada
7.600 27.346
9.800 29.831
8.700 28.588
Pacific Gr
2.500 13.384
3.700 18.569
3.100 15.976
Russia
2.100 14.192
1.400
9.739
1.750 11.965
Europe Gr
4.600
9.265
5.800 10.992
5.200 10.128
South
Africa
0.100
2.605
0.200
4.577
0.150
3.591
Brazil
0.200
1.324
0.400
2.156
0.300
1.740
Mexico
0.100
1.178
0.200
1.883
0.150
1.530
Rest Of
World
1.500
0.791
3.000
1.198
2.250
0.995
China
0.500
0.435
1.700
1.299
1.100
0.867
India
0.400
0.475
0.500
0.463
0.450
0.469
World Total
19.600
3.719 26.700
4.156 23.150
3.937
It is evident from table-39 that world average per capita total service sector energy
consumption has increased by about 12% from 1990 to 2005. However it may be noted that
the average (1990-2005) per capita service sector total energy consumptions of developed
countries (US & Canada, Pacific group, Russia, Europe group) are much higher than the
world average per capita service sector total energy consumption. The per capita service
sector total energy consumption of the two largest populated countries i.e. China & India
(total population is about -37% of the world total) is much less than world average per capita
household total energy consumption.

As all the countries will reach the developed status someday, their service sector will
also improve resulting in substantial increase in world average per capita total energy
consumption.
Per capita service sector total energy consumption of presents days developed
countries is much higher than the world average.
Most populated developing countries total energy consumption in service sector is
much less than world average and as they develop their per capita service sector
energy consumption will increase.
With world population expected to increase to 9.2 billion, and if all countries reaches
developed countries life style status by 2050, then considering average per capita
total energy consumption as 16.7 MJ (average of top four groups of Table-39), per
capita service sector total energy consumption will increase to 570 % of 2005 level
and corresponding CO2 level increase in the same range is expected unless
Worldwide CO2 emission project implementation is undertaken.
With more & more focus on outsourcing concept particularly in view of worldwide work
force shortage, service sector in developing & underdeveloped countries will be
loaded with worldwide workload resulting in more & more energy consumption &
consequent CO2 emission. Hence it is important to have CO2 emission tag with
exported services so that these are loaded against the importing countries instead of
the source countries.
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So to implement a transparent procedure for carbon reduction without hampering the
aspiration of worldwide people to reach the modern lifestyle, we need to demonstrate the all
countries irrespective of their power are trying to reduce the CO2 emission level.
The position of various countries / county groups for various types of energy consumption in
service sector on per capita basis is indicated in the table below.
Table-40 : Average (1990-2005) Per Capita Energy Consumption in Service Sector
Enery
Type
Primary

Position 1
US &
Canada

Position 2

Position 3

Position 4

Russia

Pacific Gr

Russia

Europe Gr

Europe Gr
US &
Canada

Pacific Gr

Europe Gr

Russia

Pacific Gr

Russia

Europe Gr

Renewable
Electricity
Total
Energy

India
US &
Canada
US &
Canada

Position 5
South
Africa
Pacific Gr
South
Africa
South
Africa

Position 6

Position 7

Position 8

Position 9

Mexico

China

Brazil

Brazil

Mexico

China

India
South
Africa

Brazil

Mexico

China

India

Brazil

Mexico

China

India

Indicates countries having development index of 0.8 or more in the year 2003.

It is evident from the above table, that except three countries i.e. China, India & South Africa,
all countries, appearing in the top nine list of various per capita energy consumption in
household sector, have development index of 0.8 or more in 2003.
As the countries developed, it is expected that their peoples living standard, their health &
economic standards will improve. This obviously will increase the per capita energy
consumption of these countries leading to increase per capita CO2 emission from service
sector of these countries.
With present days globalisation & outsourcing concept, more & more services will be
outsourced by developed countries from the developing / underdeveloped countries. As
present days developing countries continues their development they also try to outsource
some services from underdeveloped countries and in the process this will accelerate the
development of underdeveloped & poor countries resulting in their per capita energy
consumption & hence CO emission increase from their service sector. This process will
continue until some stabilization is reached.
As discussed earlier, the countries which are providing services to other countries should not
be burdened with the CO2 emission of outsourced services. Normally comparatively rich
countries will outsource services from the poor countries and hence putting CO2 tax as part
of outsourcing services will not solve the issue. Because giving tax is some financial matter
while the service sector origination company have to bear the CO2 emission per unit of
services exported. Hence the Worldwide CO2 emission reduction project should target in
establishing CO2 emission tag with unit of service imported. This will enable proper sharing
of CO2 emission tag for outsourced services without undue loading the per capita CO
emission of the source country.
Worldwide CO2 reduction implementation project needs teamwork (of all countries of the
world) having a transparent policy (taking care of their past, present CO2 emission history)
with specific target to restrict the future per capita CO2 emission of the countries and set a
feasible timetable and trust individual countries for their portion which will be reviewed at
periodic intervals.
Transparent target & timetable setting with teamwork & trust between all stake holders
can make worldwide CO2 emission reduction project a success.
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Target Setting:The above transparent analysis indicates that todays developed countries have contributed
to heavily towards the CO2 emission as their per capita energy consumption is much more
than the world average. Their infrastructure development was much faster. Their peoples
lifestyle was much improved. Their per capita private cars are much higher. This is normal.
Any countrys per capita energy consumption and hence per capita CO2 emission will also
increase.
Since in past we have accepted this philosophy for todays developed countries, we have to
accept this philosophy for todays developing countries i.e. as they moves forward in the
development path towards developed status, their per capita energy consumption and
hence per capita CO2 emission will also increase. We have to accept the same philosophy in
future for todays underdeveloped/ poor countries when they will also moves in a much faster
rate towards developed status.
Any attempt by worldwide CO2 emission reduction project to put a hurdle on any countries
development path will lead to failure. Even though world population is increasing, the
population growth rates are not equal for each & every countries. There are lot of countries
whose population growth rates are negative but with increase in average life expectancy, the
population of older people are increasing. Nothing wrong with this system. Only issue is that
the percentage of people availability in the active workforce is getting reduced and this
reduced workforce has to support the entire population.
Todays global outsourcing to some extent tackles the issue of workforce crunch. However
the countries from where goods/ services are outsourced should not be penalized on
account of CO2 emission because they are providing global help by the process of
outsourcing.
All countries should target more & more utilization of renewable energy as they reach \
progress towards developed status. However todays developed countries should set the
example of hydro/ nuclear/ renewable energy use as larger percentage of their per total
capita energy use. This foot steps will be followed by developing \ underdeveloped countries
as they move towards developed status.
However in this process the basic need for low/ lower middle income group should be
provided at minimum affordable price. If low/ lower middle income people are forced to
accept costly energy, it will make their life harder. More & more people are pushed to harder
lifestyle; they become vulnerable to corruption/ terrorist group trap for their survival.
For example, if any country has average per capita thermal electricity consumption 8000
kWh/ person/ year and declare that 20% of their electricity will be from renewable energy
source. This will ensure 1600 kWh/person/ year from renewable energy source. While the
countries average per capita thermal electricity consumption is 8000 kWh/ Year, it may be
that low \ lower middle income group consumes only 2000 kWh/ year and they have to pay
for 400 kWh/year of costly electricity. This is penalizing low/ middle income group for no fault
of their.
A better way of control will be to impose heavier unit cost say 30% for the excess per capita
consumption over a specified limit say 2000 kWh/per/year. This will yield about 1800
kWh/person/year from renewable electricity source which is higher than earlier use and at
the same time it doesnt put additional financial burden on the low/ lower middle income
group.
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What is applicable for people within a single country is also applicable for countries in the
regions / regions in the world. Country A has per capita thermal electricity consumption of
8000 kWh/ person / year and it declare that 30% of it should be from renewable energy. This
leaves that Country per capita thermal electricity consumption will be 5600 kWh/ person
/year with such regulation. Country B has per capita thermal electricity consumption of
5500 kWh/ person / year. If country A and others try to force country B to adopt the same
philosophy i.e. its 30% electricity should be from renewable source, it will be injustice. All
we can think that as soon as countries per capita consumption exceeds a mutually agreed
value, the countries should target to source a minimum mutually agreed percentage of the
same from renewable energy source.
Similarly the CO2 emission from transportation sector is another large source and private
cars contributes in large portion to CO2 emission. In transportation sector particularly private
cars pays a big role. Hence it is important to control CO2 emission from this sector. Mass
transportation system is essential for public transportation, goods distribution, etc. Private
cars population is more in developed countries and it will increase in other countries as they
develop. Hence to control the CO2 emission in this sector without putting undue pressure on
the low/lower middle income population of the people, some rationalization of private cars
use is essential. One way would be to allocate a fixed quantity of car fuel per person per
year. Cars are registered in every country and hence it can be controlled. If number of cars is
registered against one person, the fuel allocation should be total for all cars registered
against that person. Mass transportation network improvement & renewable/ hydro/ nuclear
electricity driven cars will reduce overall CO2 emission.
Similarly CO2 emission for manufacturing sector need also to controlled. The CO2 emission
associated with the exported items should be contributed to the country where it is exported.
CO2 emission per ton of product should be tagged. This will lead to fair competition
particularly under global sourcing, since importing countries will make the CO2 emission per
ton of product as an evaluating parameter. This will give incentive to the source countries to
carryout manufacturing process development to reduce CO2 emission per ton of finished
product. With energy efficient manufacturing process, CO2 emission per ton of internal
consumption product will also reduce resulting in overall reduction in per capita CO2
emission of the country. More & more use of non-thermal electricity in manufacturing sector
and manufacturing process development with energy optimization will reduce the
CO2emission.
Similar measures are required in household. However as discussed earlier, some per capita
low cost energy predetermined fixed amount should be allocated and energy consumption
over this value may be charged at higher rate. This fixed value amount may be changed with
countries development. However countrys internal distribution, fixed amount allocation for
household use, private cars allocation, etc. should be left to the individual countries. Solar
energy uses in household sector particularly for hot water, etc. should be encouraged.
The concept of manufacturing sector for loading CO2 emission for export should also apply in
service sector also. This will make the service sector to use energy efficient process and/ or
non-thermal energy source. Solar street lighting as primary source can reduce service sector
CO2 emission. Majority of super markets in developed countries operate between 8:00 AM to
5:00 PM. CO2 emission from supermarkets per unit of product sold is too much.
Development of day time shopping centres at dedicated locations can reduce large amount
CO2 emission in service sector. This will also reduce the cost of the product for low / lower
middle income group of the country.
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The mutual agreement by all stakeholders (i.e. all countries of the world) is required in fixing
the country wise target for Worldwide CO2 reduction Project. The controlling mechanism for
achieving the set target of the country should be left to that country.
Timetable Setting:Any target without timetable is ineffective since the progress measurement will not be
possible. So target & timetable need to be combined.
The target & timetable for individual countries will obviously depends on their present &
accumulated per capita CO2 emission and world present average per capita CO2 emission.
The countries with per capita CO2 emission higher than the present world average per capita
CO2 emission, have to take much faster control to achieve their target reduced per capita
CO2emission level. While countries with per capita CO2 emission lower than the present
world average per capita CO2 emission, have sufficient times to plan their action to achieve
their target per capita CO2 emission level.
If we are try to convince all countries to agree certain CO2 reduction level without any
reference to the history -who has contributed how much towards present CO2 emission rate
& accumulated level. It will not be successful. Discussion will go years over years without
any significant result. This is evident from our past record.
However if we set the target & time table in a transparent way for each country taking into
consideration of their past CO2 emission record, then it will be easier for all countries to
accept. Transparent way of target & timetable setting will allow all countries leaders to
exp[lain to their countrymen that what they are trying to do is a real justice to the nature &
future generation and not under pressure from any group/ import condition/ condition for
financial assistance to the country.
After all the mutual agreement for worldwide CO2 emission reduction project with target &
timetable are to be signed by the countries leaders and leaders have commitments to their
countrymen. As stated earlier, worldwide CO2 emission reduction project is the biggest
project of the worlds with large cost & may the longest implementation schedule. Political
scenario and / or leaders of the countries will change with time. We need to ensure that such
change doesnt impact the worldwide CO2 emission reduction project implementation. The
only way to ensure that is to establish transparent target & timetable.
Today in end of 2008, we are still discussion the implementation project concept, some
taxes, etc. As highlighted earlier, higher taxes will give the right to rich people to pollute the
world with more CO2 compared to poor people. This is not the solution. Worldwide CO2
emission reduction project overall target agreed by all the countries need to ensure
development process of developing/ underdeveloped / poor countries and individual
countries to formulate their internal CO2 emission reduction process within the agreed overall
target with consideration to their internal income group distribution.
With transparent approach for the worldwide CO2 emission reduction project , it is possible
to agree on a overall target & timetable by 2010. This gives two years to discuss & mutual
acceptance of such transparent target & timetable which may be considered as feasible.
One such transparent target & timetable is presented in table -41. The approach for
developing table-41 is more important than the absolute values and the same can be
discussed among all the stakeholders i.e. all countries.

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TABLE 41- World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
Past Per Capita CO2 emission
(Tons/ Person/ Year)
Country
United Arab
Emirates

Target Per Capita CO2 emission


(Tons/ Person/ Year)

1980

1985

1990

1995

2000

2005

Ave.
19802005

29.678

42.128

40.286

46.399

46.284

53.707

49.118

49.118

19.122

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

2100

Qatar

60.014

36.771

38.640

49.188

46.392

62.359

46.957

46.957

18.402

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Bahrain

22.420

26.231

28.166

27.869

31.816

36.732

31.093

31.093

13.114

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Singapore

12.878

12.852

18.949

23.284

26.459

30.644

25.835

25.835

11.361

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Kuwait

22.434

14.873

12.745

19.341

30.001

32.216

24.762

24.762

11.004

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Luxembourg

32.291

26.499

27.988

21.541

20.434

26.816

23.455

23.455

10.568

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

United States

20.848

19.159

19.996

19.867

20.626

20.142

19.895

19.895

9.381

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Trinidad and
Tobago

9.142

15.325

15.133

19.393

24.353

35.227

18.677

18.677

8.975

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Australia

13.568

14.197

15.467

15.766

18.397

20.287

17.715

17.715

8.655

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Canada

18.386

16.546

16.872

17.129

17.854

19.266

17.441

17.441

8.563

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Netherlands

13.546

12.700

13.795

14.364

15.682

16.498

15.382

15.382

7.877

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Belgium

13.883

12.094

12.439

12.832

14.042

13.129

13.005

13.005

7.085

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Saudi Arabia

17.567

13.804

12.936

11.930

12.496

15.746

12.929

12.929

7.059

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Estonia

11.384

12.612

13.142

9.925

11.691

14.142

12.616

12.616

6.955

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Brunei

27.490

22.216

17.607

11.790

11.225

17.323

12.600

12.600

6.950

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Bahamas

20.811

10.613

11.599

11.509

12.022

13.255

12.498

12.498

6.915

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Czech Republic

13.822

13.688

12.541

11.724

10.827

11.023

12.131

12.131

6.793

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Denmark

13.125

12.610

11.007

13.097

10.135

9.391

11.567

11.567

6.605

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Russia

11.384

12.612

13.142

11.014

10.769

11.798

11.272

11.272

6.507

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Germany

13.447

12.968

12.347

10.853

10.318

10.265

10.620

10.620

6.289

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Finland

11.770

9.858

10.634

9.741

9.779

10.025

10.445

10.445

6.231

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Kazakhstan

11.384

12.612

13.142

8.780

8.998

12.987

10.376

10.376

6.208

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Iceland

7.925

7.993

9.146

9.260

11.226

10.800

10.295

10.295

6.181

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Slovakia

13.822

13.688

12.541

8.074

6.862

6.956

10.201

10.201

6.150

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Israel

6.712

6.587

7.592

9.395

10.652

10.411

10.140

10.140

6.129

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Taiwan

4.113

4.117

5.811

8.529

11.220

12.443

10.021

10.021

6.090

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Greenland

0.098

0.000

0.000

9.229

9.877

10.480

9.759

9.759

6.003

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Ireland

6.553

5.946

7.350

8.246

10.650

10.967

9.593

9.593

5.947

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

United Kingdom

10.802

10.338

10.411

9.500

9.317

9.555

9.567

9.567

5.938

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Norway

7.996

7.787

7.968

8.614

9.052

11.418

9.297

9.297

5.849

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

New Zealand

6.416

7.119

8.470

8.673

9.129

9.399

9.148

9.148

5.799

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Japan

8.013

7.385

8.168

8.596

9.394

9.692

9.059

9.059

5.769

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Greece

5.666

6.371

7.943

8.231

9.512

9.682

8.959

8.959

5.736

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Korea, South

3.536

4.251

5.625

8.388

9.309

10.356

8.887

8.887

5.712

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

South Africa

7.717

8.504

7.697

8.348

8.701

9.698

8.732

8.732

5.660

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Hong Kong

4.021

5.326

6.900

7.632

8.316

10.919

8.723

8.723

5.657

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Libya

10.386

8.060

10.053

8.505

8.139

9.249

8.546

8.546

5.598

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Aruba

0.000

0.000

8.628

12.744

13.711

14.239

8.176

8.176

5.475

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Bulgaria

10.276

10.881

8.255

6.181

6.219

6.753

7.955

7.955

5.401

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Poland

11.880

11.358

8.676

7.954

7.497

7.361

7.953

7.953

5.401

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Oman

3.225

5.030

6.970

6.532

8.558

9.814

7.933

7.933

5.394

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Cyprus

4.786

4.996

7.329

9.359

9.864

11.307

7.916

7.916

5.388

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Austria

7.598

7.255

7.079

7.376

7.846

9.576

7.658

7.658

5.302

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Italy

6.495

6.604

7.281

7.477

7.700

8.059

7.576

7.576

5.275

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

_______________________________________________________________________________
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay(sukganguly@yahoo.com)
74 of 87
Brisbane, Australia
12-01-2009

WORLDWIDE CO2 EMISSION REDUCTION PROJECT.


TABLE 41 Contd- World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
Past Per Capita CO2 emission
Target Per Capita CO2 emission
Ave.
(Tons/ Person/ Year)
(Tons/ Person/ Year)
1980Country

1980

1985

1990

1995

2000

2005

2005

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

2100

Spain

5.460

5.601

5.980

6.252

8.075

9.610

7.490

7.490

5.246

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Ukraine

11.384

12.612

13.142

8.298

6.561

7.186

7.487

7.487

5.245

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Puerto Rico

8.245

6.450

5.709

6.561

7.226

9.984

7.305

7.305

5.185

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Malta

3.740

3.897

6.588

6.673

7.433

7.591

7.255

7.255

5.168

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Slovenia

5.003

6.781

6.565

7.606

7.741

8.355

7.024

7.024

5.091

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

France

8.956

7.033

6.460

6.364

6.719

6.863

6.638

6.638

4.962

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Sweden

10.473

7.551

6.253

6.694

6.190

6.531

6.510

6.510

4.920

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Switzerland

7.301

6.384

6.344

6.188

6.207

6.167

6.202

6.202

4.817

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Belarus

11.384

12.612

13.142

6.016

5.759

5.944

6.003

6.003

4.751

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Turkmenistan

11.384

12.612

13.142

4.504

5.271

9.980

5.970

5.970

4.740

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Venezuela

6.195

5.504

5.603

5.772

5.682

5.971

5.826

5.826

4.692

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Hungary

7.704

7.779

6.365

5.609

5.483

5.978

5.735

5.735

4.661

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Azerbaijan

11.384

12.612

13.142

6.014

5.619

4.638

5.533

5.533

4.594

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Portugal

2.409

2.996

4.407

4.975

6.102

6.167

5.458

5.458

4.569

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Macedonia

5.003

6.781

6.565

4.756

4.139

3.942

5.302

5.302

4.517

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Malaysia

1.892

2.888

3.705

4.523

5.108

6.488

5.261

5.261

4.503

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Croatia

5.003

6.781

6.565

4.084

4.525

4.824

5.202

5.202

4.483

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Montenegro

5.003

6.781

6.565

2.939

3.926

4.847

5.162

5.162

4.470

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Serbia

5.003

6.781

6.565

2.939

3.926

4.847

5.162

5.162

4.470

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Barbados

4.024

4.758

4.958

4.965

6.219

5.165

4.923

4.923

4.390

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Iran

3.019

3.410

3.538

4.242

4.852

6.554

4.854

4.854

4.368

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Romania

7.670

8.098

7.611

5.384

4.123

4.451

4.799

4.799

4.349

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Montserrat

1.574

1.956

3.523

5.515

8.358

8.537

4.626

4.626

4.291

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Gabon

6.692

6.572

6.090

5.060

4.139

3.555

4.581

4.581

4.276

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Bosnia and
Herzegovina

5.003

6.781

6.565

2.130

3.622

4.396

4.549

4.549

4.266

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Equatorial Guinea

0.231

0.272

0.329

2.513

4.326

9.035

4.452

4.452

4.234

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Uzbekistan

11.384

12.612

13.142

4.603

4.273

4.367

4.449

4.449

4.233

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Djibouti

5.894

2.441

4.686

4.515

4.267

4.081

4.348

4.348

4.199

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Lithuania

11.384

12.612

13.142

4.763

3.616

3.871

4.284

4.284

4.177

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Panama

2.871

1.696

4.917

5.491

4.520

4.732

4.266

4.266

4.172

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Lebanon

2.128

2.241

1.459

3.721

4.562

4.235

3.990

3.990

4.080

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

World Average

4.124

3.995

4.059

3.880

3.916

4.384

3.981

3.981

4.077

4.124

3.712

3.299

2.640

Macau

1.971

2.122

3.100

3.253

3.633

5.216

3.898

3.778

3.659

3.539

3.419

3.299

2.640

Martinique

1.992

1.922

4.149

5.078

4.921

5.313

3.801

3.700

3.600

3.500

3.400

3.299

2.640

Suriname

6.516

3.335

3.811

3.633

3.718

4.278

3.780

3.684

3.588

3.492

3.396

3.299

2.640

Mexico

3.376

3.518

3.535

3.449

3.809

3.750

3.580

3.524

3.468

3.412

3.355

3.299

2.640

Guadeloupe

1.492

2.428

3.822

4.221

4.210

4.514

3.536

3.489

3.441

3.394

3.347

3.299

2.640

Korea, North

6.415

7.264

6.143

3.949

3.175

3.235

3.520

3.476

3.432

3.388

3.344

3.299

2.640

Latvia

11.384

12.612

13.142

3.616

3.075

3.654

3.493

3.455

3.416

3.377

3.338

3.299

2.640

Argentina

3.258

3.091

3.037

3.374

3.658

3.717

3.392

3.373

3.355

3.336

3.318

3.299

2.640

Iraq

3.796

3.100

3.763

3.748

3.225

3.749

3.358

3.346

3.334

3.323

3.311

3.299

2.640

Jamaica

3.582

2.047

3.058

3.861

4.049

4.198

3.347

3.337

3.328

3.318

3.309

3.299

2.640

Reunion

1.193

1.467

2.054

2.806

3.469

3.421

3.138

3.170

3.202

3.235

3.267

3.299

2.640

French Polynesia

1.468

4.304

4.567

3.141

2.696

3.213

3.137

3.170

3.202

3.235

3.267

3.299

2.640

Jordan

2.455

3.131

3.119

3.174

3.104

3.252

3.115

3.152

3.189

3.226

3.263

3.299

2.640

Cuba

3.261

3.391

3.354

2.825

2.934

2.913

3.091

3.133

3.174

3.216

3.258

3.299

2.640

Mongolia

4.372

4.694

4.291

3.560

2.537

2.809

3.066

3.112

3.159

3.206

3.253

3.299

2.640

Virgin Islands,
British

2.109

2.592

3.212

2.971

2.941

3.870

3.039

3.091

3.143

3.195

3.247

3.299

2.640

_______________________________________________________________________________
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay(sukganguly@yahoo.com)
75 of 87
Brisbane, Australia
12-01-2009

WORLDWIDE CO2 EMISSION REDUCTION PROJECT.


TABLE 41 Contd- World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
Past Per Capita CO2 emission
Target Per Capita CO2 emission
Ave.
(Tons/ Person/ Year)
(Tons/ Person/ Year)
1980Country

1980

1985

1990

1995

2000

2005

2005

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

2100

Syria

1.902

2.372

2.967

2.752

3.152

2.697

2.905

2.984

3.063

3.142

3.221

3.299

2.640

Algeria

3.441

3.133

3.303

3.156

2.738

2.712

2.825

2.920

3.015

3.110

3.205

3.299

2.640

Turkey

1.564

1.867

2.297

2.495

3.050

3.310

2.776

2.881

2.986

3.090

3.195

3.299

2.640

Thailand

0.753

0.896

1.516

2.448

2.576

3.591

2.714

2.831

2.948

3.065

3.182

3.299

2.640

Chile

2.157

1.644

2.393

2.816

3.646

4.154

2.687

2.809

2.932

3.054

3.177

3.299

2.640

Armenia

11.384

12.612

13.142

2.271

2.810

3.200

2.657

2.786

2.914

3.043

3.171

3.299

2.640

Cook Islands

1.454

3.166

2.603

2.469

2.810

3.132

2.635

2.768

2.901

3.034

3.167

3.299

2.640

China

1.477

1.724

1.952

2.354

2.295

4.069

2.616

2.753

2.889

3.026

3.163

3.299

2.640

Mauritius

0.958

0.932

1.790

2.144

2.941

3.264

2.547

2.698

2.848

2.998

3.149

3.299

2.640

Botswana

1.404

1.339

2.120

2.399

2.695

2.415

2.328

2.523

2.717

2.911

3.105

3.299

2.640

Saint Kitts and


Nevis

1.121

1.249

1.597

2.278

2.675

3.367

2.051

2.301

2.550

2.800

3.050

3.299

2.640

Moldova

11.384

12.612

13.142

2.021

1.321

1.597

2.019

2.275

2.531

2.787

3.043

3.299

2.640

Tunisia

1.303

1.495

1.589

1.610

2.045

2.208

1.933

2.206

2.479

2.753

3.026

3.299

2.640

Belize

1.346

1.303

1.637

1.494

2.654

3.337

1.816

2.112

2.409

2.706

3.003

3.299

2.640

Egypt

0.990

1.592

1.618

1.549

1.689

2.090

1.732

2.046

2.359

2.673

2.986

3.299

2.640

Albania

2.853

3.075

1.837

0.716

0.931

1.220

1.728

2.042

2.357

2.671

2.985

3.299

2.640

Guyana

2.102

1.930

0.897

1.275

2.212

2.072

1.705

2.024

2.343

2.662

2.981

3.299

2.640

Brazil

1.506

1.340

1.448

1.746

1.949

1.943

1.631

1.965

2.298

2.632

2.966

3.299

2.640

Ecuador

1.677

1.480

1.460

1.677

1.597

1.787

1.615

1.952

2.289

2.626

2.962

3.299

2.640

Uruguay

2.108

1.199

1.470

1.438

1.946

1.763

1.588

1.931

2.273

2.615

2.957

3.299

2.640

Maldives

0.100

0.289

0.452

1.329

1.589

2.176

1.554

1.903

2.252

2.601

2.950

3.299

2.640

Kyrgyzstan

11.384

12.612

13.142

1.192

1.476

1.020

1.552

1.902

2.251

2.601

2.950

3.299

2.640

Grenada

0.530

0.689

1.334

1.686

1.317

2.692

1.481

1.845

2.208

2.572

2.936

3.299

2.640

Colombia

1.471

1.484

1.243

1.480

1.455

1.371

1.460

1.828

2.196

2.564

2.932

3.299

2.640

Dominican
Republic

1.004

1.080

1.241

1.415

2.100

1.988

1.441

1.813

2.185

2.556

2.928

3.299

2.640

Saint Lucia

0.906

0.943

1.200

1.313

2.110

2.215

1.361

1.749

2.136

2.524

2.912

3.299

2.640

Angola

0.533

0.621

0.888

1.332

1.284

1.822

1.343

1.734

2.125

2.517

2.908

3.299

2.640

Saint Helena

0.000

0.479

0.948

0.908

3.059

1.390

1.263

1.670

2.077

2.485

2.892

3.299

2.640

Mauritania

0.364

0.476

0.473

1.335

1.211

0.845

1.237

1.650

2.062

2.475

2.887

3.299

2.640

Fiji

2.231

1.007

1.496

1.122

0.995

1.493

1.204

1.623

2.042

2.461

2.880

3.299

2.640

Indonesia

0.554

0.622

0.802

1.035

1.209

1.489

1.188

1.610

2.033

2.455

2.877

3.299

2.640

Tonga

0.339

0.516

0.948

1.184

1.278

1.142

1.179

1.603

2.027

2.451

2.875

3.299

2.640

Georgia

11.384

12.612

13.142

1.052

0.963

1.007

1.167

1.593

2.020

2.446

2.873

3.299

2.640

Zimbabwe

1.236

1.103

1.479

1.319

1.090

0.938

1.166

1.593

2.020

2.446

2.873

3.299

2.640

Congo (Brazzaville)

0.476

0.489

0.503

1.227

1.072

1.765

1.164

1.591

2.018

2.445

2.872

3.299

2.640

Costa Rica

1.054

0.833

0.905

1.389

1.339

1.420

1.137

1.570

2.002

2.435

2.867

3.299

2.640

Peru

1.323

1.199

0.922

1.034

1.029

1.124

1.091

1.533

1.974

2.416

2.858

3.299

2.640

Western Sahara

1.319

1.235

1.130

1.050

1.078

1.009

1.025

1.480

1.935

2.389

2.844

3.299

2.640

Morocco

0.784

0.736

0.869

0.948

1.024

1.189

1.017

1.474

1.930

2.387

2.843

3.299

2.640

Namibia

8.006

8.835

1.586

0.757

0.943

1.343

0.963

1.430

1.898

2.365

2.832

3.299

2.640

India

0.420

0.576

0.683

0.935

0.991

1.081

0.930

1.404

1.878

2.352

2.826

3.299

2.640

Dominica

0.281

0.545

0.805

1.113

1.104

1.571

0.926

1.401

1.876

2.350

2.825

3.299

2.640

Swaziland

0.986

0.929

0.853

0.902

1.125

0.999

0.913

1.390

1.868

2.345

2.822

3.299

2.640

Saint
Vincent/Grenadines

0.356

0.388

0.732

1.120

1.433

1.705

0.912

1.390

1.867

2.345

2.822

3.299

2.640

Bolivia

0.799

0.613

0.764

1.035

1.132

1.355

0.911

1.388

1.866

2.344

2.822

3.299

2.640

Tajikistan

11.384

12.612

13.142

0.607

0.919

0.997

0.910

1.388

1.866

2.344

2.822

3.299

2.640

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Sukhamay Gangopadhyay(sukganguly@yahoo.com)
76 of 87
Brisbane, Australia
12-01-2009

WORLDWIDE CO2 EMISSION REDUCTION PROJECT.


TABLE 41 Contd- World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
Past Per Capita CO2 emission
Target Per Capita CO2 emission
Ave.
(Tons/ Person/ Year)
(Tons/ Person/ Year)
1980Country

1980

1985

1990

1995

2000

2005

2005

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

2100

Nigeria

0.999

0.788

0.920

0.984

0.703

0.811

0.847

1.337

1.828

2.318

2.809

3.299

2.640

Philippines

0.707

0.484

0.643

0.796

0.882

0.889

0.828

1.322

1.817

2.311

2.805

3.299

2.640

Samoa

0.634

0.714

0.757

0.774

0.789

0.900

0.792

1.294

1.795

2.296

2.798

3.299

2.640

Pakistan

0.394

0.471

0.582

0.667

0.739

0.746

0.687

1.210

1.732

2.255

2.777

3.299

2.640

Yemen

0.759

0.948

0.918

0.665

0.539

0.815

0.672

1.197

1.723

2.248

2.774

3.299

2.640

Nicaragua

0.666

0.655

0.542

0.639

0.744

0.787

0.658

1.187

1.715

2.243

2.771

3.299

2.640

El Salvador

0.432

0.418

0.467

0.821

0.893

0.918

0.641

1.173

1.704

2.236

2.768

3.299

2.640

Papua New Guinea

0.638

0.665

0.643

0.593

0.524

0.785

0.627

1.162

1.696

2.231

2.765

3.299

2.640

Honduras

0.470

0.401

0.573

0.627

0.733

1.027

0.613

1.150

1.687

2.225

2.762

3.299

2.640

Vietnam

0.313

0.326

0.286

0.463

0.599

0.963

0.582

1.126

1.669

2.212

2.756

3.299

2.640

Sao Tome and


Principe

0.335

0.324

0.580

0.563

0.571

0.510

0.547

1.097

1.648

2.198

2.749

3.299

2.640

Guatemala

0.601

0.439

0.390

0.537

0.701

0.745

0.538

1.090

1.643

2.195

2.747

3.299

2.640

Paraguay

0.442

0.401

0.514

0.674

0.632

0.604

0.525

1.080

1.635

2.190

2.744

3.299

2.640

Sri Lanka

0.344

0.304

0.298

0.388

0.585

0.618

0.490

1.052

1.614

2.176

2.738

3.299

2.640

Cameroon

0.264

0.647

0.293

0.567

0.460

0.416

0.459

1.027

1.595

2.163

2.731

3.299

2.640

Senegal

0.456

0.435

0.348

0.447

0.450

0.492

0.428

1.002

1.576

2.151

2.725

3.299

2.640

Vanuatu

0.873

0.931

0.849

0.376

0.440

0.460

0.406

0.985

1.563

2.142

2.721

3.299

2.640

Solomon Islands

0.453

0.466

0.520

0.425

0.378

0.352

0.395

0.976

1.557

2.138

2.719

3.299

2.640

Cape Verde

1.127

0.542

0.276

0.297

0.431

0.681

0.375

0.960

1.545

2.130

2.715

3.299

2.640

Cote d'Ivoire
(IvoryCoast)

0.505

0.418

0.377

0.327

0.470

0.371

0.369

0.955

1.541

2.127

2.713

3.299

2.640

Kiribati

0.420

0.327

0.309

0.271

0.275

0.309

0.282

0.886

1.489

2.093

2.696

3.299

2.640

Guinea-Bissau

0.112

0.131

0.261

0.277

0.277

0.269

0.274

0.879

1.484

2.089

2.694

3.299

2.640

Kenya

0.367

0.280

0.285

0.267

0.288

0.289

0.267

0.874

1.480

2.087

2.693

3.299

2.640

Ghana

0.205

0.150

0.182

0.227

0.271

0.319

0.247

0.858

1.468

2.079

2.689

3.299

2.640

Zambia

0.649

0.425

0.342

0.212

0.186

0.216

0.227

0.842

1.456

2.071

2.685

3.299

2.640

Togo

0.223

0.196

0.158

0.142

0.277

0.422

0.226

0.840

1.455

2.070

2.685

3.299

2.640

Benin

0.122

0.116

0.126

0.172

0.255

0.304

0.221

0.837

1.453

2.068

2.684

3.299

2.640

Bangladesh

0.088

0.102

0.135

0.187

0.224

0.274

0.210

0.828

1.446

2.064

2.681

3.299

2.640

Eritrea

0.045

0.062

0.062

0.295

0.150

0.166

0.204

0.823

1.442

2.061

2.680

3.299

2.640

Burma

0.124

0.166

0.118

0.152

0.214

0.325

0.195

0.816

1.437

2.058

2.679

3.299

2.640

Gambia, The

0.238

0.212

0.201

0.189

0.191

0.185

0.190

0.812

1.434

2.056

2.678

3.299

2.640

Sudan

0.171

0.161

0.145

0.129

0.184

0.268

0.181

0.805

1.428

2.052

2.676

3.299

2.640

Sierra Leone

0.211

0.195

0.252

0.178

0.175

0.198

0.176

0.801

1.425

2.050

2.675

3.299

2.640

Haiti

0.170

0.156

0.120

0.138

0.206

0.213

0.171

0.797

1.423

2.048

2.674

3.299

2.640

Turks and Caicos


Islands

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.909

0.597

0.168

0.794

1.421

2.047

2.673

3.299

2.640

Comoros

0.131

0.099

0.163

0.164

0.166

0.153

0.156

0.785

1.414

2.042

2.671

3.299

2.640

Guinea

0.204

0.139

0.234

0.164

0.150

0.138

0.154

0.783

1.412

2.041

2.670

3.299

2.640

Liberia

1.085

0.795

0.264

0.142

0.139

0.150

0.145

0.776

1.407

2.038

2.669

3.299

2.640

Bhutan

0.004

0.022

0.078

0.132

0.144

0.141

0.130

0.764

1.398

2.032

2.666

3.299

2.640

Laos

0.128

0.045

0.052

0.069

0.160

0.169

0.128

0.762

1.396

2.031

2.665

3.299

2.640

Madagascar

0.149

0.128

0.083

0.094

0.116

0.139

0.108

0.746

1.385

2.023

2.661

3.299

2.640

Lesotho

0.063

0.101

0.090

0.100

0.114

0.113

0.104

0.743

1.382

2.021

2.660

3.299

2.640

Rwanda

0.030

0.081

0.101

0.097

0.102

0.091

0.097

0.737

1.378

2.018

2.659

3.299

2.640

Nepal

0.032

0.033

0.033

0.063

0.124

0.106

0.093

0.734

1.375

2.017

2.658

3.299

2.640

Tanzania

0.109

0.100

0.111

0.084

0.082

0.108

0.092

0.733

1.375

2.016

2.658

3.299

2.640

_______________________________________________________________________________
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay(sukganguly@yahoo.com)
77 of 87
Brisbane, Australia
12-01-2009

WORLDWIDE CO2 EMISSION REDUCTION PROJECT.

Country

TABLE 41 Contd- World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
Past Per Capita CO2 emission
Target Per Capita CO2 emission
Ave.
(Tons/ Person/ Year)
(Tons/ Person/ Year)
19802005
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2020
2030
2040
2050

2100

Central African
Republic

0.066

0.084

0.088

0.091

0.092

0.089

0.091

0.733

1.374

2.016

2.658

3.299

2.640

Somalia

0.171

0.213

0.147

0.083

0.100

0.088

0.087

0.729

1.372

2.014

2.657

3.299

2.640

Mozambique

0.224

0.187

0.094

0.080

0.071

0.120

0.085

0.728

1.371

2.014

2.657

3.299

2.640

Burkina Faso

0.058

0.053

0.054

0.064

0.086

0.084

0.079

0.723

1.367

2.011

2.655

3.299

2.640

Malawi

0.098

0.062

0.058

0.072

0.069

0.070

0.070

0.716

1.362

2.008

2.654

3.299

2.640

Burundi

0.025

0.033

0.049

0.065

0.065

0.063

0.065

0.712

1.359

2.006

2.653

3.299

2.640

Congo (Kinshasa)

0.122

0.106

0.096

0.082

0.052

0.039

0.065

0.712

1.359

2.006

2.652

3.299

2.640

Afghanistan

0.093

0.142

0.429

0.075

0.056

0.034

0.062

0.709

1.357

2.004

2.652

3.299

2.640

Uganda

0.061

0.040

0.049

0.050

0.054

0.058

0.054

0.703

1.352

2.001

2.650

3.299

2.640

Mali

0.063

0.065

0.057

0.055

0.053

0.054

0.054

0.703

1.352

2.001

2.650

3.299

2.640

Ethiopia

0.042

0.058

0.058

0.042

0.053

0.060

0.050

0.700

1.350

2.000

2.650

3.299

2.640

Cambodia

0.006

0.038

0.050

0.048

0.044

0.042

0.045

0.696

1.347

1.998

2.649

3.299

2.640

Chad

0.064

0.024

0.055

0.023

0.023

0.019

0.024

0.679

1.334

1.989

2.644

3.299

2.640

Values is blue are target values for the countries whose present per capita CO2 emission
level is above/ close to 80% of present world average per capita CO2 emission level.
Values is pink are tentative target values for the countries whose present per capita CO2
emission level is below 80% of present world average per capita CO2 emission level. So long
they these countries dont exceed the target per capita CO2 emission level of year 2050,
these countries should have the freedom to plan their various CO2 emission measures. Pink
values are for their guidance to facilitate easy control over the future CO2 emission levels.
So worldwide CO2 emission reduction project target implementation can starts by 2010.
Sufficient time should be given to the countries to cut down their per capita CO2 emission
level. Present days CO2 level has reached basically by the massive development process
during period 1980-2005 i.e. 25 years. Hence CO2 emission reduction process also should
be given sufficient time.
Table-41 takes into account of countries population, their past CO2 emission history, etc.
Also during the period 1980-2005, some countries have united, some have split, reunited
and gain split, etc. In establishing the countries per capita CO2 contribution for united
countries, their respective CO2 emissions & population were added to determine their per
capita yearly CO2 emission.
For countries which were separated, their per capita yearly CO2 emission was distributed
among the concerned countries on the basis of the total population of the united country and
the population of the constituent countries. Due to non-availability of actual data, this
procedure is followed. The concerned countries can mutually discuss among them and
finalize some acceptable procedure for calculating their respective target level.
Also the population of various countries were available for discrete years. The countries
population within these discrete years was considered as a linear variation and population of
particular year was calculated accordingly.
For electrical energy use data, exact data for thermal electricity was not available and hence
these were calculated by deducting electricity produced from other sources e.g. hydro,
nuclear, and renewable, etc. from the total electricity of the countries.
_______________________________________________________________________________
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78 of 87
Brisbane, Australia
12-01-2009

WORLDWIDE CO2 EMISSION REDUCTION PROJECT.


All these concepts can be discussed between the stakeholders i.e. all countries of the world
and mutual acceptance can be agreed.
We can target that all the countries having per capita CO2 emission over the world average
of 2005, should reduce their per capita CO2 emission to 2005 world average by 2050. The
target should have miles stone for yearly, five yearly levels for proper control & monitoring.
All stakeholders can meet every five years to access progress. Yearly review can be
organized on region basis.
There is a possibilities that todays developed/ developing countries will try to set up their
facilities in the countries having per capita CO2 emission below the world average. This
approach will facilitate the development of these low per capita income countries. This
outsourcing process will yield financial benefit to the developed/ developing countries.
However it should not be treated as CO2 emission credit for those developed/ developing
countries against their high per capita CO2 emission. Instead their should be a CO2 emission
tag per unit of imported product/ service so CO2 emission associated with the imported
product goes to the actual user/ consumer and not to the producer.
This concept should be valid for all countries. The coal/ oil/ gas producing countries
consume lot of energy associated with CO2 emission in the production process. If the entire
CO2 emission is accounted against the producing countries, they nay reduce the production
to cut the CO2 emission level. That will create shortage of supply resulting in price hike. On
the other hand CO2 emission tag per unit of product/ service will facilitate competition for
process improvement since importing countries will compare CO2 emission tag also in
addition to price. This is true for manufacturing, transportation, etc. sector also.
Such CO2 emission tag per unit of product/ service concept of worldwide CO2 emission
reduction project will be a win-win situation for all the stakeholders and will lead to project
success.
Teamwork:
All countries of the world are stakeholders of this Worldwide CO2 emission reduction
project. As explained earlier all stakeholders should have qual responsibility &
accountability. To implement worldwide CO2 emission reduction project, apex committee
can be made by one representative from each country. Regional committee can be made by
three representatives from each country of the region.
Each country should have their own worldwide CO2 emission reduction project team say
country team. This team will have their own project structure and they will finalize their action
plan to achieve the target & timetable for their respective countries.
Three representatives of each countries of any region will constitute regional team.
Regional team will have its own project structure decided by the regional team members.
The regional team will discuss the countries target plan with respect to worldwide target
setting, their past CO2emission recorded data, their future development process, etc. and
agree on the mutual target & timetable. This group will also monitor the progress and
prepare target achievement scorecard. This regional team also will evaluate the road
blocks faced by any member country and also the mutual co-operation required to make the
target implementation feasible. Regional team will have its own project structure decided by
the regional team members.

_______________________________________________________________________________
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay(sukganguly@yahoo.com)
79 of 87
Brisbane, Australia
12-01-2009

WORLDWIDE CO2 EMISSION REDUCTION PROJECT.


One representative from each countrys regional team will form the Apex team for
Worldwide CO2 emission reduction project. The Apex team will monitor the progress for the
agreed target & timetable adherence. Any issues for specific assistance/ help unresolved in
regional committee will be taken up in the apex committee for global help beyond the
regional boundaries.
The proper teamwork displayed during the formulation of transparent target & timetable will
boost the teamwork at the start of the worldwide CO2 emission reduction project
implementation phase. Subsequent positive action/ help displayed by countries/ regions
beyond the geographical boundary without looking for their own interest only, will enforce
solidarity of teamwork and that will ensure the success of this project.
Trust:Just like any project, trust among the team members & between the team will be one
important factor for the success of this worldwide CO2 emission reduction project. All
members (countries) must trust each others. This will be displayed in transparent target
setting with due consideration to their past CO2 emission data, present data & future
projected data. All teams (countries) should help each other with latest technology,
manufacturing expertise, latest development, etc.
Each team (country) should demonstrate transparency in setting their internal distribution to
achieve the agreed global target. In planning their internal distribution ( i.e. per capita
monthly / yearly electricity consumption allowance, per capita weekly/ monthly car fuel
allowance, CO2 emission tag per unit of product/ services exported, etc.) each team should
give due consideration to their income group structure. This will ensure basic need fulfilment
of the poor/ lower income group without hurting them with costly alternative bill.
Lot of countries are producing bio-fuel since these earns better revenue particularly in the
increasing oil/ gas price market. However bio-fuel production requires land. World population
is expected to increase by 43% between 2005 & 2050. Considering the same level of
agricultural yield, world will need at least 43 % more land to produce additional food grains.
However considering the increasing affects of natural calamity, actual requirement will be
more. Normally internal land use pattern of the country is its own internal affair. But once a
particular country is subjected food crisis, the matter is no more considered as its internal
matter on humanitarian ground and becomes global. Hence large scale land utilization
particularly agricultural land for bio-fuel production and/ or industrial purpose should be
prevented. Barren lands can be used for this purpose. Each country should trust each other
and in case of any conflict, the issue can be discussed & resolved at regional/ apex level.
It is obvious that no country will tolerate restriction on his freedom i.e. economic growth &
development. Likewise on one within the country will tolerate restriction on his freedom.
These facts need due consideration while formulating the global target & timetable and
Countrys internal distribution of energy uses. One modality may be to use cheap energy up
to a certain value per person/ year and all additional energy consumption will be from costly
alternative energy source with less/ minimum CO2 emission.
Same concept is applicable for all sectors energy uses. The CO2 emission tag associated
with exported product/ service will promote use of latest technologies leading less & less
CO2 emission.

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For transportation, production of bio-fuel should be controlled to avoid food crisis for the
country. Long term planning is required. The use of hybrid car/ electric cars can be offered to
one who is willing to pay more for excess over the allocated weekly/ monthly fuel allowance.
Particular attention is required in the housing sector, mass transportation sector & service
sector like public distribution, system. Emphasis should be made to protect the poor/ low
income group. Sophisticated super markets which operates mainly between 8 AM to 5 PM,
keeps their lights, air conditioning, etc, running 24x7 resulting in large amount of CO2
emission. Open shed market is specified location during the same time will save lot of CO2
emission. Hence open market should be encouraged by all the countries of the world. Near
by centralized cold storage facility can be provided to the traders for storing the leftover/
excess amounts.
All these issues and proposal can be discussed in the regional/ apex level committee and
most effective proposal can be adopted. Cumulative brain storming effort from all the project
stakeholders (representative from all countries) will definitely be able to formulate forward
path. The Apex/ regional committee will conduct regular inspection & measurement/ data
collection in support of the actual progress made by each team for this Worldwide CO2
emission reduction project.
Conclusion:
Worldwide CO2 emission reduction project implementation is feasible & possible with
following considerations.

All project stakeholders (all countries of the world) should have same level of
responsibility & accountability.
Transparent analysis of past, present & project future CO2 emission level of all stake
holders.
Transparent target & timetable setting mutually agreed by all stakeholders.
The growth of any stakeholder should not be hampered.
Additional financial burden in terms of clean energy/ green energy on poor/ low
income group should be avoided.
Plant security should be given prime consideration against possible hazard/
disturbance that can be created to the world e.g. terrorist attack on nuclear power
plants. Nuclear power plants should be evaluated properly particularly for possible
terrorist attack, misuse of spent fuel to produce cheap products, spent fuel handling &
storage, plant decommissioning costs, etc.
All import/ export product/ service should have CO2 tag per unit so that the CO2
burden goes to actual user instead of sourcing country. This is very important factor.
Some countries having highest per capita CO2 emission are also producers of large
amount of primary energy / products which are mainly exported to meet the demand
of other countries. This is explained in more details in subsequent section.
Putting efficient plant (less CO2 emission) in one part of the world by international
company should allow it to operate less efficient plant (higher CO2 emission) in
another part of the world.
Proper teamwork among all stakeholders.
Trust among & within all stakeholders.

Number of countries produces large amount of primary energy fuel / other important
products e.g. coal, oil, gas, minerals, fertilizers, steel, cement, paper, etc.
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Production of these primary energy fuel / other important products is associated with CO2
emission. Large parts of these products are exported to other countries to meet their
demand. If the CO2 emission associated with these exported items ate attributed to the
producing country, the producing country may plan to cut down the production rate to reduce
their per capita CO2 emission. Such a measure will lead to shortage of the product resulting
in spiralling price hike. Hence this should be avoided.
We can tackle this issue in a transparent manner. As suggested earlier, each exported items
will have a CO2 tag per unit of item. The actual consumer i.e. importing country will bear the
CO2 emission tag based on the quantity of the item imported by them. This will allow the
importing country a proper facility to evaluate the total cost of the imported product and this
will also give the companies to invest in more energy efficient process so that they can come
out with less CO2 emission tag per unit of product.
Table-42 gives typical analysis of two countries with due consideration import & export.
Table :42 : Typical comparision of per capita CO2 emission with due consideration to export & import
Country : A
CO2 emission distribution accordingly to final product use
Item Description
Unit
Total
Internal
Export
Import
Total
related
related
internal
Electricity Generation
Manufacturing & Construction
Transport
House Hold Sector
(Excluding Electricity)
Service Sector
Argriculture
Land use pattern & Forestry
Waste
Total Emission
Population

Per capita CO2 production


Country : B
Electricity Generation
Manufacturing & Construction
Transport
House Hold Sector
(Excluding Electricity)
Service Sector
Argriculture
Land use pattern & Forestry
Waste
Total Emission
Population

Per capita CO2 production

106 Tons/ Year


106 Tons/ Year
106 Tons/ Year
106 Tons/ Year

200
100
85
40

80
40
65
40

120
60
20
0

10
5
2
3

90
45
67
43

106 Tons/ Year


106 Tons/ Year
106 Tons/ Year
106 Tons/ Year
106 Tons/ Year

30
90
40
15
600
18000000

20
70
40
10
365
18000000

10
20
0
5
235
To
importing
countries

5
10
0
0
35
18000000

25
80
40
10
400
18000000

33.333

20.278

1.944

22.222

106 Tons/ Year


106 Tons/ Year
106 Tons/ Year
106 Tons/ Year

100
60
60
30

90
55
55
25

10
5
5
5

50
40
20
0

140
95
75
25

106 Tons/ Year


106 Tons/ Year
106 Tons/ Year
106 Tons/ Year
106 Tons/ Year

15
30
25
12
332
20000000

15
30
25
12
307
20000000

0
0
0
0
25
To
importing
countries

10
20
5
2
147
20000000

25
50
30
14
454
20000000

16.600

15.350

7.350

22.700

Tons/
person/year

Tons/
person/year

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Table-42 indicates that country A having a population of 18 million produces about 600
million Tons of CO2 per year yielding a per capita CO2 emission of about 33.33 tons/ person
/year while country B having a population of 20 million produces about 332 million Tons of
CO2 per year yielding a per capita CO2 emission of about 16.6 tons/ person /year. So it
appears that per capita CO2 emission for country A is much higher than country B.
However country B produces large amount of products which are exported to other countries
for their consumption and hence country B should not be penalized on account of CO2
emission in their process of supporting the world demand. If country B is loaded with CO2
emission associated with exported commodities, it may reduce the production rate of these
exported commodities to fulfil its target plan for CO2 emission reduction. Such step will only
lead to commodity shortage in the world market resulting in price rise/ inflation. This needs to
be avoided. This can be done by transparent way of analysis i.e. by attributing the CO2
emission associated with the exported items to the countries who are importing on the basis
of imported quantities. Hence it is important to have the CO2 emission tag with each unit of
product/ services. This is more important with the globalization concept.
From Table-42, it is also evident that even though the initial per capita CO2 emission of
country A is approximately double of the per capita CO2 emission produced by country B but
after taking due consideration of import & export of the items by respective countries, the per
capita CO2 emission produced by country B is marginally higher (about 2%) than the per
capita CO2 emission produced by country A. The overall CO2 emission changed drastically.
Hence for proper evaluation of effective per capita CO2 emission by the countries, we need
to account for the export & import made by the countries. With present globalization concept
& economic recession, more & more focus will be made to shift the production to countries
having cheap labour, massive people availability, etc. for obvious reason. But this should not
lead to a situation that these poor countries are being loaded by the CO2 emission for the
products/ services enjoyed by people of other countries. All products/ services should have a
CO2 emission tag to pass the CO2 loading to the end user.
Transparent analytical process should vary from sector to sector e.g. for airlines, the process
may be different. Some air lines offer cheap fares to increase their business volume. Hence
the CO2 emission tag associated with international travel should go to the airline base
country. Internal i.e. domestic airlines CO2 emission remains within the country except the
amount which are specifically passed on to exported goods/ services. But the CO2 tag
associated with the transportation of the exported goods will be attributed to the importing
countries on the basis of their respective imported quantities.
Table-41 doesnt take care of the export & import portions. Table-41 need to be re-analysed
with due consideration to exported & imported products & services in a transparent way as
detailed in Table-42 and may be discussed & agreed at local, regional & world level for
acceptability by the stakeholders of Worldwide CO2 emission reduction project.
Presently in various countries pilot projects for CCS i.e. Carbon Capture & Storage are under
trial. This process of reducing CO2 in atmosphere consists of capturing CO2 from an
emission source (mainly power plant) and injecting it into deep subsurface rock formation for
storage. It is estimated that there is potential for about 2000 gigatons of CO2 in the
geological formation. Projects are being undertaken to store several billion tons of CO2 in
single storage facility. This CO2 storage is at a pressure of about 70 bar. Even though this
storage are monitored continuously with various parameters e.g. pressure & temperature
decay, etc. to detect possible leakage, seismic activities in the area, etc. what will happen in
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case of a major earthquake in the vicinity of the CO2 storage area? Or some terrorist activity/
sabotage happen in the storage facility? Will not this huge amount of CO2 stored under
pressure, will be discharged into atmosphere? CO2 being heavier than air, will impact the
local area before being mitigated globally. The local area public health & safety will be
impacted to a large extent. Moreover the billions of dollars spent in CCS scheme will be
drained without practical use.
Below the Carpet concept keeps the house clean only for a limited period. In the long run
when the carpet is torn or the house is damaged due to any reason, all the cleanliness
achieved by Below the Carpet concept will be vanished resulting in discharge of all material
in one go leading to total unhygienic condition of the house. This is true for the house and in
turn is also true for the locality, city, state, country, and world. Only the scale will be different.
Right now we are not able to predict the occurrence of earthquake magnitude, location, etc.
with any degree of confidence. We can monitor the seismic activities in the CCS project
sites, but what we will do in case there is an earthquake damaging the CO2 storage? Or
what we will do even if we receive an indication of possible earthquake in CCS site through
trend analysis? Can we remove the stored CO2 to some other place?
One CO2 storage operation (close to one million tonnes per year since 1996) is taking place
at the Sleipner underground CO2 storage site in the North Sea offshore Norway. To monitor
seismic impact, two time-lapse seismic surveys were conducted - the first survey was
completed in October 1999 and the second in October 2001. This study shows that the
presence of CO2 beneath thin intra-shale layers within the reservoir has caused significant
changes both in reflection amplitudes (up to a factor 10) and in travel time (more than 40ms)
through the CO2 plumes.
One favourable argument is that storage of natural gas in geological rock formation is being
used in several plants for past decades without any accident or major impact. But accident
(sabotage/ terrorist attack, etc.) / natural calamity (earthquake, etc.) didnt happen in past
does not guarantee that this will not occur in future. We need critical evaluation for all
consequences particularly for developing/ poor & highly populated countries where the
possible CCS sites may be close to inhabited area. Taking a decision without evaluating all
the eventualities even the remotest one may result in jumping from frying pan to fire.
Hence it is important to develop a right, safe & economical mix for energy production & uses
in various countries with due consideration to their primary energy resource availability, their
ability to ensure security against potential hazards, possible socio-economical impacts from
the accidental damages of the process adopted, etc. without hampering their goal for
development.
Worldwide CO2 emission reduction project having about 209 stakeholders with different
political situation, different income group structure, different stage/ status of development,
etc. is difficult to implement but not impossible if project fundamentals of 5Ts are followed.
Transparent target & timetable setting, with due consideration to past, present & expected
future CO2 emission level of each stakeholders, with proper teamwork & trust among the
stakeholders can make this worldwide CO2 emission reduction project a success.

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of respective countries population. Population data were available for discreet years and
linear growth between the discreet years were used to establish year wise population.
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About the Author

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay was born in 1955 in Salkia, Howrah, West Bengal, India.
Completed schooling through Salkia A S High School. Graduated in Mechanical engineering
from Jadavpur University, India. Subsequently obtained diploma in Statistical Quality
Control & Operation Research from Indian Statistical Institute, India
Started his career with Development Consultant limited in India. Worked in various
organizations like The Kuljian Corporation- USA. Comprimo b.v Netherland, M N Dastur &
Co- India, General Electric Company-India, Larsen & Toubro and Sargent & Lundy (LTSL)
India, Downer EDI Engineering- Australia, GHD- Australia, etc.
He worked in various positions like project manager, engineering manager, project director
for various projects throughout the globe e.g. India, Sri Lanka, Sultanate of Oman, Saudi
Arabia, Bangladesh, USA, Japan, Korea, Australia, etc.
In all project execution, he followed project execution fundamentals 5Ts i.e. transparent
target & timetable scheduling & monitoring through trust & teamwork.
He strongly believes that the present climate change crisis can be tackled through
worldwide CO2 emission reduction project following the project execution fundamental 5Ts
i.e. transparent target & timetable setting & execution through teamwork & trust involving
all the stakeholders (i.e. 209 countries of the world) with due consideration to CO2 emission
historical data, export & import of goods & services, security & safety aspects, possible
future impacts of natural calamity, etc.

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
North America
Bermuda
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Bermuda
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.569
0.492
0.507
North America
Bermuda
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Bermuda
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.569
0.492
0.507
North America
Bermuda
Population
54726
55032
55337
North America
Bermuda
Area
Sq. km
53
North America
Bermuda
Country's Dev Index
North America
Bermuda
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
10.401
8.934
9.164
person/yr
North America
Canada
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
87.839
90.525
96.694
North America
Canada
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
260.288
244.544
217.796
North America
Canada
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
104.045
101.202
103.088
North America
Canada
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
452.172
436.271
417.578
North America
Canada
Population
24593300
24913030
25232760
North America
Canada
Area
Sq. km
9,984,670
North America
Canada
Country's Dev Index
North America
Canada
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
18.386
17.512
16.549
person/yr
North America
Greenland
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.005
0.005
0.002
North America
Greenland
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
North America
Greenland
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Greenland
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.005
0.005
0.002
North America
Greenland
Population
50208
50755
51302
North America
Greenland
Area
Sq. km
2,166,086
North America
Greenland
Country's Dev Index
North America
Greenland
0.098
0.097
0.048
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
North America
Mexico
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
9.172
9.584
10.812
North America
Mexico
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
168.911
183.275
184.257
North America
Mexico
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
52.642
61.124
64.829
North America
Mexico
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
230.724
253.982
259.898
North America
Mexico
Population
68347479
70004096
71660714
North America
Mexico
Area
Sq. km
1,972,550
North America
Mexico
Country's Dev Index
North America
Mexico
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
3.376
3.628
3.627
person/yr
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.137
0.146
0.149
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.137
0.146
0.149
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Population
6033
6077
North America
5,990
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Area
Sq. km
242
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Country's Dev Index
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
22.837
24.227
24.592
person/yr
North America
United States
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1420.314
1466.416
1415.046
North America
United States
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2241.847
2100.654
1984.039
North America
United States
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1085.444
1058.747
983.681
North America
United States
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4747.604
4625.816
4382.767
North America
United States
Population
229967006
232207549
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Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
0.000
0.553
0.000
0.553
55643

1984
0.000
0.540
0.000
0.540
55948

1985
0.000
0.537
0.000
0.537
56254

1986
0.000
0.504
0.000
0.504
56559

1987
0.000
0.709
0.000
0.709
56865

1988
0.000
0.775
0.000
0.775
57170

9.933

9.655

9.544

8.915

12.466

13.551

102.532
199.442
103.335
405.308
25552490

113.317
200.813
112.440
426.570
25872220

110.685
201.814
120.872
433.371
26191950

103.080
204.320
118.439
425.839
26511680

114.342
210.970
117.815
443.128
26831410

124.555
221.306
130.006
475.867
27151140

15.862

16.488

16.546

16.062

16.515

17.527

0.002

0.002

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000
0.002
51849

0.000
0.002
52396

0.000
0.000
52943

0.000
0.000
53490

0.000
0.000
54037

0.000
0.000
54584

0.047

0.047

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

11.549
173.656
61.082
246.287
73317331

11.760
195.971
58.375
266.106
74973948

13.228
195.803
60.530
269.561
76630566

14.155
199.291
52.372
265.818
78287183

15.522
206.954
53.429
275.904
79943800

14.605
207.415
52.935
274.955
81600417

3.359

3.549

3.518

3.395

3.451

3.370

0.000
0.140
0.000
0.140
6120

0.000
0.147
0.000
0.147
6164

0.000
0.138
0.000
0.138
6207

0.000
0.172
0.000
0.172
6250

0.000
0.223
0.000
0.223
6294

0.000
0.233
0.000
0.233
6337

22.955

23.860

22.305

27.587

35.404

36.767

1470.531
1956.381
919.216
4346.127
234448092

1581.272
2029.109
980.769
4591.151
236688635

1620.836
2011.723
945.019
4577.578
238929179

1599.212
2103.483
885.134
4587.829
241169722

1671.852
2136.435
941.828
4750.114
243410265

1754.649
2228.745
985.861
4969.255
245650808

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
North America
United States
Area
Sq. km
9,631,418
North America
United States
Country's Dev Index
North America
United States
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
20.848
20.115
18.874
person/yr
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
North America
North America
Coal
1517.329
1566.529
1522.554
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
North America
North America
Oil
2671.752
2529.110
2386.748
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
North America
North America
Gas
1242.130
1221.073
1151.599
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5431.211
5316.713
5060.901
North America
North America
Population
North America
North America
320778166
324995952
329213739
Area
Sq. km
North America
North America
23755019
North America
North America
Country's Dev Index
North America
North America
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
16.931
16.359
15.373
person/yr
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.315
0.288
0.422
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.315
0.288
0.422
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda Population
67964
67381
68,546
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda Area
Sq. km
443
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
4.600
4.243
6.268
person/yr
Central & South AmericaArgentina
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
3.160
2.781
2.566
Central & South AmericaArgentina
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
69.816
68.309
65.459
Central & South AmericaArgentina
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
19.445
19.607
28.134
Central & South AmericaArgentina
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
92.421
90.697
96.159
Central & South AmericaArgentina
Population
28835039
29300280
28,369,799
Central & South AmericaArgentina
Area
Sq. km
2,766,890
Central & South AmericaArgentina
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaArgentina
3.258
3.145
3.282
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Central & South AmericaAruba
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
----Central & South AmericaAruba
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
----Central & South AmericaAruba
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
----Central & South AmericaAruba
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
Central & South AmericaAruba
Population
60905
61543
60,266
Central & South AmericaAruba
Area
Sq. km
193
Central & South AmericaAruba
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaAruba
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.000
0.000
0.000
person/yr
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.063
0.035
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
4.369
4.192
3.934
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4.369
4.255
3.969
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
Population
214675
219406
209,944
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
Area
Sq. km
13,940
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
20.811
19.821
18.089
person/yr
Central & South AmericaBarbados
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaBarbados
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.995
0.966
1.053
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Brisbane, Asutralia

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

18.538

19.397

19.159

19.023

19.515

20.229

1584.613
2330.173
1083.632
4998.418
333431525

1706.351
2426.581
1151.584
5284.517
337649311

1744.749
2410.015
1126.422
5281.186
341867098

1716.447
2507.771
1055.945
5280.162
346084884

1801.716
2555.290
1113.072
5470.078
350302670

1893.809
2658.474
1168.802
5721.085
354520456

14.991

15.651

15.448

15.257

15.615

16.138

0.000
0.198
0.000
0.198
66799

0.000
0.228
0.000
0.228
66216

0.000
0.324
0.000
0.324
65634

0.000
0.323
0.000
0.323
65051

0.000
0.391
0.000
0.391
64469

0.000
0.396
0.000
0.396
63886

2.960

3.447

4.936

4.961

6.072

6.191

2.255
66.352
29.119
97.725
29765520

1.809
65.685
36.336
103.830
30230760

1.941
55.926
37.015
94.882
30696001

2.339
64.465
34.156
100.960
31161241

3.237
67.087
37.552
107.875
31626481

3.221
63.865
42.206
109.292
32091721

3.283

3.435

3.091

3.240

3.411

3.406

0.000
0.108
0.000
0.108
64737

0.000
0.421
0.000
0.421
65376

----

----

62182

62821

63460

0.000
0.108
0.000
0.108
64098

0.000

0.000

0.000

1.681

1.664

6.442

0.000
3.063
0.000
3.063
224137

0.000
2.742
0.000
2.742
228868

0.000
2.479
0.000
2.479
233599

0.000
2.414
0.000
2.414
238329

0.000
2.674
0.000
2.674
243060

0.000
2.445
0.000
2.445
247791

13.666

11.979

10.613

10.129

11.003

9.868

0.000
1.109

0.000
1.070

0.000
1.202

0.000
1.273

0.000
1.203

0.000
1.109
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Central & South AmericaBarbados
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.019
0.019
0.019
Central & South AmericaBarbados
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.014
0.985
1.072
Central & South AmericaBarbados
Population
253033
254101
251,966
Central & South AmericaBarbados
Area
Sq. km
431
Central & South AmericaBarbados
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaBarbados
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
4.024
3.893
4.219
person/yr
Central & South AmericaBelize
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaBelize
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.194
0.213
0.200
Central & South AmericaBelize
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaBelize
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.194
0.213
0.200
Central & South AmericaBelize
Population
149053
153689
144,416
Central & South AmericaBelize
Area
Sq. km
22,966
Central & South AmericaBelize
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaBelize
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.346
1.427
1.304
person/yr
Central & South AmericaBolivia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.002
0.002
0.002
Central & South AmericaBolivia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
3.332
3.429
3.006
Central & South AmericaBolivia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.011
1.034
0.633
Central & South AmericaBolivia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4.346
4.466
3.642
Central & South AmericaBolivia
Population
5554558
5667818
5,441,298
Central & South AmericaBolivia
Area
Sq. km
1,098,580
Central & South AmericaBolivia
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaBolivia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.799
0.804
0.643
person/yr
Central & South AmericaBrazil
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
18.772
18.157
19.730
Central & South AmericaBrazil
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
163.459
151.958
146.893
Central & South AmericaBrazil
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.989
2.989
2.688
Central & South AmericaBrazil
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
185.220
173.104
169.312
Central & South AmericaBrazil
Population
125770700
128583267
122,958,132
Central & South AmericaBrazil
Area
Sq. km
8,511,965
Central & South AmericaBrazil
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaBrazil
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.506
1.376
1.317
person/yr
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.097
0.107
0.107
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.097
0.107
0.107
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
Population
18010
18937
17,082
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
Area
Sq. km
262
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
5.655
5.914
5.627
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Central & South AmericaChile
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
4.384
4.158
2.809
Central & South AmericaChile
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
15.060
14.218
13.632
Central & South AmericaChile
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
4.487
4.487
2.587
Central & South AmericaChile
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
23.931
22.863
19.027
Central & South AmericaChile
Population
11297122
11500526
11,093,718
Central & South AmericaChile
Area
Sq. km
756,950
Central & South AmericaChile
Country's Dev Index
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Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
0.022
1.131
255168

1984
0.022
1.093
256235

1985
0.022
1.224
257303

1986
0.022
1.295
258370

1987
0.019
1.222
259437

1988
0.051
1.160
260504

4.433

4.264

4.758

5.012

4.710

4.452

0.000
0.173
0.000
0.173
158326

0.000
0.189
0.000
0.189
162962

0.000
0.218
0.000
0.218
167599

0.000
0.263
0.000
0.263
172236

0.000
0.209
0.000
0.209
176872

0.000
0.151
0.000
0.151
181509

1.091

1.158

1.303

1.527

1.180

0.832

0.002
3.180
1.137
4.319
5781079

0.000
3.040
0.985
4.025
5894339

0.000
2.906
0.778
3.683
6007599

0.000
2.810
0.936
3.746
6120859

0.000
2.662
1.017
3.679
6234119

0.000
2.928
1.222
4.150
6347380

0.747

0.683

0.613

0.612

0.590

0.654

21.720
132.942
3.331
157.993
131395835

26.852
138.964
7.213
173.030
134208403

31.465
144.993
7.175
183.634
137020971

31.925
164.372
7.058
203.356
139833538

34.110
167.894
8.142
210.146
142646106

34.556
170.387
7.713
212.655
145458674

1.202

1.289

1.340

1.454

1.473

1.462

0.000
0.105
0.000
0.105
19865

0.000
0.107
0.000
0.107
20792

0.000
0.111
0.000
0.111
21720

0.000
0.110
0.000
0.110
22648

0.000
0.109
0.000
0.109
23575

0.000
0.266
0.000
0.266
24503

5.280

5.160

5.131

4.859

4.632

10.855

4.109
13.449
2.428
19.986
11703931

4.744
13.384
2.534
20.662
11907335

4.814
12.775
2.323
19.911
12110739

4.360
13.050
1.373
18.783
12314143

4.548
13.908
1.509
19.965
12517547

6.435
14.964
2.258
23.658
12720952

Sheet 3 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Central & South AmericaChile
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
2.157
2.024
1.654
person/yr
Central & South AmericaColombia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
9.311
9.686
10.005
Central & South AmericaColombia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
21.916
21.946
23.703
Central & South AmericaColombia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
7.867
8.369
8.369
Central & South AmericaColombia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
39.094
40.001
42.077
Central & South AmericaColombia
Population
27210388
27837965
26,582,811
Central & South AmericaColombia
Area
Sq. km
1,138,910
Central & South AmericaColombia
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaColombia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.471
1.470
1.511
person/yr
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.003
0.003
0.003
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2.421
2.416
2.243
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2.423
2.419
2.246
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
Population
2371929
2444734
2,299,124
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
Area
Sq. km
51,100
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.054
1.020
0.919
person/yr
Central & South AmericaCuba
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.416
0.422
0.505
Central & South AmericaCuba
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
31.031
31.851
34.820
Central & South AmericaCuba
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.033
0.017
0.017
Central & South AmericaCuba
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
31.479
32.290
35.342
Central & South AmericaCuba
Population
9742157
9831339
9,652,975
Central & South AmericaCuba
Area
Sq. km
110,860
Central & South AmericaCuba
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaDominica
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaDominica
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.021
0.033
0.033
Central & South AmericaDominica
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaDominica
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.021
0.033
0.033
Central & South AmericaDominica
Population
75173
74900
75,446
Central & South AmericaDominica
Area
Sq. km
754
Central & South AmericaDominica
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaDominica
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.281
0.442
0.444
person/yr
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
5.718
5.424
5.894
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5.718
5.424
5.894
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic Population
5834733
5972611
5,696,855
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic Area
Sq. km
48,730
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.004
0.930
0.987
person/yr
Central & South AmericaEcuador
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaEcuador
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
12.310
12.976
14.322
Central & South AmericaEcuador
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.974
1.033
1.033
Central & South AmericaEcuador
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
13.284
14.009
15.355
Central & South AmericaEcuador
Population
8160253
8400006
7,920,499

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
1.708

1984
1.735

1985
1.644

1986
1.525

1987
1.595

1988
1.860

11.068
23.817
7.998
42.882
28465541

10.867
22.474
10.477
43.818
29093118

10.836
22.903
10.363
44.102
29720695

11.043
23.138
10.186
44.367
30348272

9.149
24.912
7.689
41.751
30975849

11.809
26.755
7.673
46.237
31603425

1.506

1.506

1.484

1.462

1.348

1.463

0.003
2.386
0.000
2.389
2517539

0.003
2.103
0.000
2.106
2590344

0.003
2.216
0.000
2.219
2663150

0.003
1.991
0.000
1.993
2735955

0.003
2.314
0.000
2.317
2808760

0.003
2.714
0.000
2.717
2881565

0.949

0.813

0.833

0.729

0.825

0.943

0.418
31.412
0.015
31.845
9920520

0.492
32.772
0.007
33.270
10009702

0.488
33.744
0.013
34.245
10098884

0.534
34.406
0.011
34.951
10188066

0.423
33.941
0.043
34.407
10277248

0.450
34.597
0.039
35.085
10366429

0.000
0.033
0.000
0.033
74626

0.000
0.034
0.000
0.034
74353

0.000
0.040
0.000
0.040
74080

0.000
0.040
0.000
0.040
73807

0.000
0.043
0.000
0.043
73534

0.000
0.055
0.000
0.055
73260

0.447

0.452

0.545

0.543

0.588

0.757

0.022
6.915
0.000
6.936
6110488

0.040
6.367
0.000
6.407
6248366

0.553
6.347
0.000
6.900
6386244

0.069
6.638
0.000
6.707
6524122

0.573
7.489
0.000
8.061
6662000

0.256
8.281
0.000
8.537
6799877

1.135

1.025

1.080

1.028

1.210

1.256

0.000
12.374
0.974
13.348
8639760

0.000
11.871
1.235
13.105
8879514

0.000
12.066
1.427
13.493
9119268

0.000
13.162
1.614
14.776
9359021

0.000
12.755
0.837
13.593
9598775

0.000
13.044
1.602
14.646
9838529

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Central & South AmericaEcuador
Area
Sq. km
283,560
Central & South AmericaEcuador
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaEcuador
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.677
1.717
1.828
person/yr
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.003
0.003
0.003
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.969
1.815
1.678
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.972
1.818
1.681
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
Population
4619568
4672936
4,566,199
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
Area
Sq. km
21,040
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.432
0.394
0.360
person/yr
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.008
0.013
0.013
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.008
0.013
0.013
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
Population
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
Area
Sq. km
12,173
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.368
0.314
0.402
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.368
0.314
0.402
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
Population
72579
77396
67,762
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
Area
Sq. km
83,534
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
5.435
4.326
5.195
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Central & South AmericaGrenada
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaGrenada
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.048
0.055
0.060
Central & South AmericaGrenada
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaGrenada
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.048
0.055
0.060
Central & South AmericaGrenada
Population
90384
90603
90,164
Central & South AmericaGrenada
Area
Sq. km
344
Central & South AmericaGrenada
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaGrenada
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.530
0.606
0.657
person/yr
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.503
0.720
0.813
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.503
0.720
0.813
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
Population
340929
345012
336,846
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
Area
Sq. km
1,628
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
1.492
2.112
2.357
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.056
0.053
0.010
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1.545

1.476

1.480

1.579

1.416

1.489

0.000
1.855
0.000
1.855
4726305

0.000
1.784
0.000
1.784
4779673

0.000
2.018
0.000
2.018
4833042

0.000
2.180
0.000
2.180
4886410

0.000
2.159
0.000
2.159
4939779

0.000
2.317
0.000
2.317
4993147

0.392

0.373

0.418

0.446

0.437

0.464

0.000
0.013
0.000
0.013

0.000
0.013
0.000
0.013

0.000
0.016
0.000
0.016

0.000
0.016
0.000
0.016

0.000
0.016
0.000
0.016

0.000
0.032
0.000
0.032

0.000
0.417
0.000
0.417
82212

0.000
0.332
0.000
0.332
87029

0.000
0.337
0.000
0.337
91846

0.000
0.385
0.000
0.385
96663

0.000
0.434
0.000
0.434
101480

0.000
0.514
0.000
0.514
106296

5.066

3.818

3.668

3.979

4.273

4.838

0.000
0.053
0.000
0.053
90823

0.000
0.060
0.000
0.060
91042

0.000
0.063
0.000
0.063
91262

0.000
0.069
0.000
0.069
91482

0.000
0.071
0.000
0.071
91701

0.000
0.077
0.000
0.077
91921

0.586

0.657

0.689

0.758

0.775

0.842

0.000
0.818
0.000
0.818
349096

0.000
0.879
0.000
0.879
353179

0.000
0.867
0.000
0.867
357262

0.000
0.938
0.000
0.938
361345

0.000
1.094
0.000
1.094
365428

0.000
1.202
0.000
1.202
369512

2.342

2.489

2.428

2.595

2.994

3.254

0.008

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
4.295
3.704
3.789
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4.351
3.757
3.799
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
Population
7477116
7719040
7,235,192
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
Area
Sq. km
108,890
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.601
0.502
0.492
person/yr
Central & South AmericaGuyana
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaGuyana
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.596
1.743
1.398
Central & South AmericaGuyana
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaGuyana
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.596
1.743
1.398
Central & South AmericaGuyana
Population
758507
757662
759,352
Central & South AmericaGuyana
Area
Sq. km
214,970
Central & South AmericaGuyana
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaGuyana
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
2.102
2.298
1.845
person/yr
Central & South AmericaHaiti
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.098
Central & South AmericaHaiti
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.853
0.618
0.768
Central & South AmericaHaiti
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaHaiti
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.853
0.618
0.866
Central & South AmericaHaiti
Population
5139363
5249000
5,029,725
Central & South AmericaHaiti
Area
Sq. km
27,750
Central & South AmericaHaiti
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaHaiti
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.170
0.120
0.165
person/yr
Central & South AmericaHonduras
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.003
0.000
Central & South AmericaHonduras
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.710
1.554
1.605
Central & South AmericaHonduras
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaHonduras
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.710
1.558
1.605
Central & South AmericaHonduras
Population
3747085
3859283
3,634,887
Central & South AmericaHonduras
Area
Sq. km
112,090
Central & South AmericaHonduras
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaHonduras
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.470
0.416
0.416
person/yr
Central & South AmericaJamaica
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.003
0.003
0.000
Central & South AmericaJamaica
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
7.981
5.258
6.238
Central & South AmericaJamaica
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaJamaica
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
7.984
5.261
6.238
Central & South AmericaJamaica
Population
2252264
2275726
2,228,803
Central & South AmericaJamaica
Area
Sq. km
10,991
Central & South AmericaJamaica
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaJamaica
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
3.582
2.336
2.741
person/yr
Central & South AmericaMartinique
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaMartinique
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.676
0.650
0.639
Central & South AmericaMartinique
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaMartinique
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.676
0.650
0.639
Central & South AmericaMartinique
Population
342785
346205
339,365
Central & South AmericaMartinique
Area
Sq. km
1,128
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Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
3.794
0.000
3.801
7960963

1984
3.326
0.000
3.326
8202887

1985
3.710
0.000
3.710
8444811

1986
3.209
0.000
3.209
8686735

1987
3.240
0.000
3.240
8928659

1988
3.507
0.000
3.507
9170582

0.477

0.405

0.439

0.369

0.363

0.382

0.000
1.230
0.000
1.230
756817

0.000
1.289
0.000
1.289
755972

0.000
1.458
0.000
1.458
755128

0.000
1.397
0.000
1.397
754283

0.000
1.063
0.000
1.063
753438

0.000
1.054
0.000
1.054
752593

1.625

1.705

1.930

1.853

1.410

1.400

0.151
0.610
0.000
0.760
5358638

0.159
0.600
0.000
0.759
5468275

0.161
0.710
0.000
0.872
5577913

0.048
0.767
0.000
0.814
5687551

0.048
1.240
0.000
1.287
5797188

0.095
1.328
0.000
1.423
5906826

0.142

0.139

0.156

0.143

0.222

0.241

0.000
1.682
0.000
1.682
3971481

0.000
1.761
0.000
1.761
4083679

0.000
1.681
0.000
1.681
4195877

0.003
1.727
0.000
1.730
4308075

0.003
1.702
0.000
1.706
4420273

0.003
1.954
0.000
1.957
4532471

0.424

0.431

0.401

0.401

0.386

0.432

0.000
6.753
0.000
6.753
2299187

0.000
5.332
0.000
5.332
2322649

0.000
4.803
0.000
4.803
2346110

0.000
4.856
0.000
4.856
2369571

0.000
5.220
0.000
5.220
2393033

0.000
6.105
0.000
6.105
2416494

2.937

2.295

2.047

2.049

2.181

2.526

0.000
0.635
0.000
0.635
349625

0.000
0.573
0.000
0.573
353045

0.000
0.685
0.000
0.685
356465

0.000
0.747
0.000
0.747
359885

0.000
0.824
0.000
0.824
363305

0.000
0.999
0.000
0.999
366725

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Central & South AmericaMartinique
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaMartinique
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.992
1.897
1.847
person/yr
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.019
0.020
0.020
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.019
0.020
0.020
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
Population
11666
11562
11,770
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
Area
Sq. km
102
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.574
1.735
1.750
person/yr
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
15.072
16.203
16.483
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles TotalCO2 level
M Tons
15.072
16.203
16.483
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles Population
174159
175785
172,534
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles Area
Sq. km
960
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
87.357
93.033
93.766
person/yr
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.868
1.905
1.942
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.868
1.905
1.942
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
Population
2893164
2981006
2,805,321
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
Area
Sq. km
129,494
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.666
0.658
0.651
person/yr
Central & South AmericaPanama
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.005
0.007
0.007
Central & South AmericaPanama
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
5.613
5.450
5.090
Central & South AmericaPanama
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaPanama
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5.618
5.457
5.098
Central & South AmericaPanama
Population
1999618
2042781
1,956,454
Central & South AmericaPanama
Area
Sq. km
78,200
Central & South AmericaPanama
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaPanama
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
2.871
2.729
2.495
person/yr
Central & South AmericaParaguay
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaParaguay
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.413
1.331
1.285
Central & South AmericaParaguay
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaParaguay
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.413
1.331
1.285
Central & South AmericaParaguay
Population
3297348
3401649
3,193,047
Central & South AmericaParaguay
Area
Sq. km
406,750
Central & South AmericaParaguay
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaParaguay
0.442
0.404
0.378
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Central & South AmericaPeru
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.622
0.608
0.670
Central & South AmericaPeru
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
20.014
20.354
18.609

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Brisbane, Asutralia

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1.816

1.622

1.922

2.074

2.268

2.724

0.000
0.020
0.000
0.020
11457

0.000
0.020
0.000
0.020
11353

0.000
0.022
0.000
0.022
11249

0.000
0.022
0.000
0.022
11145

0.000
0.025
0.000
0.025
11041

0.000
0.028
0.000
0.028
10936

1.766

1.786

1.956

1.978

2.281

2.591

0.000
14.548
0.000
14.548
177410

0.000
12.140
0.000
12.140
179036

0.000
10.914
0.000
10.914
180661

0.000
10.092
0.000
10.092
182286

0.000
10.385
0.000
10.385
183912

0.000
9.478
0.000
9.478
185537

82.002

67.810

60.409

55.362

56.466

51.083

0.000
1.887
0.000
1.887
3068849

0.000
1.672
0.000
1.672
3156691

0.000
2.126
0.000
2.126
3244534

0.000
2.083
0.000
2.083
3332376

0.000
2.087
0.000
2.087
3420219

0.000
2.116
0.000
2.116
3508061

0.615

0.530

0.655

0.625

0.610

0.603

0.007
5.381
0.000
5.389
2085945

0.022
5.262
0.000
5.284
2129109

0.135
3.550
0.000
3.685
2172273

0.087
11.146
0.000
11.233
2215436

0.087
11.566
0.000
11.653
2258600

0.036
11.266
0.000
11.302
2301764

2.583

2.482

1.696

5.070

5.159

4.910

0.000
1.343
0.000
1.343
3505950

0.000
1.458
0.000
1.458
3610251

0.000
1.491
0.000
1.491
3714552

0.000
1.510
0.000
1.510
3818852

0.000
1.927
0.000
1.927
3923153

0.000
1.725
0.000
1.725
4027454

0.383

0.404

0.401

0.395

0.491

0.428

0.557
17.941

0.492
18.814

0.688
18.193

0.663
20.008

0.718
20.449

0.841
20.792

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Central & South AmericaPeru
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.253
2.760
6.163
Central & South AmericaPeru
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
22.889
23.722
25.442
Central & South AmericaPeru
Population
17716913
18138527
17,295,298
Central & South AmericaPeru
Area
Sq. km
1,285,220
Central & South AmericaPeru
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaPeru
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.323
1.339
1.403
person/yr
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
26.464
27.702
21.688
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
26.464
27.702
21.688
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
Population
3242374
3275100
3,209,648
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
Area
Sq. km
9,104
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
8.245
8.544
6.622
person/yr
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.050
0.051
0.063
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.050
0.051
0.063
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis Population
43908
43630
44,186
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis Area
Sq. km
261
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.121
1.166
1.448
person/yr
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.111
0.091
0.107
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.111
0.091
0.107
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
Population
124186
125896
122,477
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
Area
Sq. km
616
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.906
0.734
0.853
person/yr
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.035
0.033
0.035
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.035
0.033
0.035
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
Population
98978
99816
98,139
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
Area
Sq. km
389
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.356
0.336
0.351
person/yr
Central & South AmericaSuriname
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.003
0.003
0.003
Central & South AmericaSuriname
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2.310
1.828
1.579
Central & South AmericaSuriname
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaSuriname
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2.312
1.830
1.582
Central & South AmericaSuriname
Population
358874
362888
354,860
Central & South AmericaSuriname
Area
Sq. km
163,270
Central & South AmericaSuriname
Country's Dev Index
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
5.901
24.399
18560142

1984
4.220
23.526
18981756

1985
4.381
23.262
19403371

1986
4.231
24.903
19824985

1987
2.961
24.128
20246600

1988
2.622
24.256
20668214

1.315

1.239

1.199

1.256

1.192

1.174

0.413
20.590
0.000
21.003
3307827

0.241
23.373
0.000
23.615
3340553

0.241
21.517
0.000
21.758
3373279

0.560
22.370
0.000
22.929
3406005

0.707
23.347
0.000
24.054
3438731

0.864
20.710
0.000
21.573
3471458

6.349

7.069

6.450

6.732

6.995

6.214

0.000
0.050
0.000
0.050
43352

0.000
0.050
0.000
0.050
43074

0.000
0.053
0.000
0.053
42796

0.000
0.054
0.000
0.054
42517

0.000
0.057
0.000
0.057
42239

0.000
0.066
0.000
0.066
41961

1.145

1.160

1.249

1.258

1.341

1.575

0.000
0.102
0.000
0.102
127605

0.000
0.102
0.000
0.102
129314

0.000
0.124
0.000
0.124
131024

0.000
0.124
0.000
0.124
132733

0.000
0.133
0.000
0.133
134442

0.000
0.168
0.000
0.168
136151

0.800

0.791

0.943

0.932

0.992

1.232

0.000
0.035
0.000
0.035
100655

0.000
0.034
0.000
0.034
101493

0.000
0.040
0.000
0.040
102332

0.000
0.040
0.000
0.040
103170

0.000
0.043
0.000
0.043
104009

0.000
0.051
0.000
0.051
104847

0.349

0.331

0.388

0.386

0.412

0.488

0.003
1.071
0.000
1.074
366902

0.003
1.000
0.000
1.002
370916

0.000
1.251
0.000
1.251
374930

0.000
1.320
0.000
1.320
378944

0.000
1.164
0.000
1.164
382958

0.000
1.112
0.000
1.112
386972

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Central & South AmericaSuriname
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
6.516
5.100
4.358
person/yr
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
5.501
5.131
3.617
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
4.469
4.469
5.627
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago TotalCO2 level
M Tons
9.969
9.599
9.244
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago Population
1101302
1112091
1,090,513
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago Area
Sq. km
5,128
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
9.142
8.716
8.312
person/yr
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
NA
NA
NA
NA
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
Population
7870
8275
7,465
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
Area
Sq. km
430
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.000
0.000
0.000
person/yr
Central & South AmericaUruguay
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.012
0.012
0.006
Central & South AmericaUruguay
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
6.142
5.589
5.235
Central & South AmericaUruguay
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaUruguay
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
6.154
5.601
5.241
Central & South AmericaUruguay
Population
2938437
2957022
2,919,851
Central & South AmericaUruguay
Area
Sq. km
176,220
Central & South AmericaUruguay
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaUruguay
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
2.108
1.906
1.772
person/yr
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.878
0.740
0.443
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
53.476
57.958
57.516
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
37.139
39.952
41.419
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
91.493
98.650
99.378
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
Population
15223623
15679356
14,767,890
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
Area
Sq. km
912,050
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
6.195
6.480
6.338
person/yr
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
14.133
12.489
10.081
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. TotalCO2 level
M Tons
14.133
12.489
10.081
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. Population
100069
100501
99,636
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. Area
Sq. km
352
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
141.845
124.802
100.304
person/yr
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.023
0.033
0.037
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
2.927

1984
2.703

1985
3.335

1986
3.483

1987
3.041

1988
2.873

0.000
3.332
11.431
14.763
1122880

0.000
3.192
12.547
15.739
1133669

0.000
3.101
14.437
17.539
1144458

0.000
2.797
13.942
16.740
1155247

0.000
2.599
14.337
16.937
1166036

0.000
2.241
14.926
17.166
1176825

13.147

13.884

15.325

14.490

14.525

14.587

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

0.000
0.000
8680

0.000
0.000
9085

0.000
0.000
9490

0.000
0.000
9894

0.000
0.000
10299

0.000
0.000
10704

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.006
4.061
0.000
4.067
2975608

0.006
3.869
0.000
3.875
2994194

0.003
3.609
0.000
3.612
3012780

0.003
3.447
0.000
3.450
3031365

0.005
3.974
0.000
3.979
3049951

0.003
4.711
0.000
4.714
3068537

1.367

1.294

1.199

1.138

1.305

1.536

0.599
53.304
39.793
93.697
16135090

0.610
51.017
41.872
93.499
16590823

0.850
51.245
41.730
93.825
17046556

0.901
53.408
47.655
101.963
17502289

0.773
54.350
48.932
104.055
17958022

0.903
53.666
48.702
103.272
18413756

5.807

5.636

5.504

5.826

5.794

5.608

0.000
6.830
0.000
6.830
100934

0.000
7.972
0.000
7.972
101367

0.000
9.643
0.000
9.643
101800

0.000
6.630
0.000
6.630
102232

0.000
7.915
0.000
7.915
102665

0.000
5.235
0.000
5.235
103098

67.673

78.647

94.722

64.852

77.096

50.780

0.000
0.033
0.000

0.000
0.032
0.000

0.000
0.035
0.000

0.000
0.038
0.000

0.000
0.044
0.000

0.000
0.047
0.000

Sheet 9 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.023
0.033
0.037
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British Population
11467
11937
10,998
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British Area
Sq. km
153
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
2.109
2.897
3.067
person/yr
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
37.629
36.705
36.894
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
503.459
491.089
476.603
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
80.685
84.737
96.691
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
621.773
612.532
610.187
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
Population
293291259
299800224
306309188
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
Area
Sq. km
18569771
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
2.120
2.043
1.992
person/yr
Europe
Albania
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.623
1.892
2.048
Europe
Albania
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
5.446
5.288
5.536
Europe
Albania
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.553
0.585
0.553
Europe
Albania
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
7.622
7.766
8.137
Europe
Albania
Population
2729349
2787285
2,671,412
Europe
Albania
Area
Sq. km
28,748
Europe
Albania
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Albania
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
2.853
2.845
2.919
person/yr
Europe
Austria
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
12.643
13.047
12.255
Europe
Austria
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
34.958
32.703
30.609
Europe
Austria
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
9.760
9.119
8.825
Europe
Austria
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
57.361
54.869
51.689
Europe
Austria
Population
7566785
7584137
7,549,433
Europe
Austria
Area
Sq. km
83,870
Europe
Austria
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Austria
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
7.598
7.251
6.815
person/yr
Europe
Belgium
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
39.427
49.336
48.884
Europe
Belgium
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
76.426
69.128
65.233
Europe
Belgium
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
20.854
19.182
15.828
Europe
Belgium
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
136.706
137.645
129.945
Europe
Belgium
Population
9859051
9871302
9,846,800
Europe
Belgium
Area
Sq. km
30,528
Europe
Belgium
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Belgium
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
13.883
13.961
13.164
person/yr
Europe
Montenegro
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
----Europe
Montenegro
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
----Europe
Montenegro
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
----Europe
Montenegro
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3.149
3.377
3.497
Europe
Montenegro
Population
629478
632257
635036
Europe
Montenegro
Area
Sq. km
13,812
Europe
Montenegro
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
0.033
12406

1984
0.032
12875

1985
0.035
13345

1986
0.038
13814

1987
0.044
14283

1988
0.047
14752

2.689

2.465

2.592

2.735

3.086

3.201

41.339
446.051
102.148
589.538
312818153

46.340
447.136
117.448
610.924
319327117

52.177
441.732
119.664
613.573
325836082

52.538
480.137
121.184
653.859
332345046

54.384
495.033
123.038
672.454
338854011

59.475
495.089
129.015
683.580
345362975

1.885

1.913

1.883

1.967

1.984

1.979

2.198
5.708
0.586
8.492
2845222

2.413
5.789
0.597
8.800
2903158

2.720
5.834
0.553
9.107
2961095

2.628
5.501
0.774
8.903
3019032

2.667
4.904
0.879
8.450
3076968

2.849
4.924
1.367
9.140
3134905

2.985

3.031

3.075

2.949

2.746

2.915

12.473
29.693
9.003
51.169
7601489

15.432
28.875
9.980
54.287
7618841

15.607
29.086
10.709
55.402
7636193

13.491
29.642
10.367
53.501
7653545

13.838
29.934
10.831
54.602
7670897

13.032
29.001
10.316
52.348
7688249

6.731

7.125

7.255

6.990

7.118

6.809

38.944
58.683
16.694
114.320
9883553

44.882
56.756
17.222
118.860
9895804

44.118
58.522
17.189
119.829
9908055

38.858
65.823
15.314
119.995
9920306

36.383
65.724
17.075
119.182
9932557

31.693
67.938
16.787
116.419
9944808

11.567

12.011

12.094

12.096

11.999

11.707

---3.665
637815

---4.180
640594

---4.362
643373

---4.294
646152

---4.348
648931

4.407
651709

Sheet 10 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Europe
Montenegro
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
5.003
5.341
5.507
person/yr
Europe
Serbia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Europe
Serbia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Europe
Serbia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Europe
Serbia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
44.457
47.667
49.368
Europe
Serbia
Population
8885522
8924749
8963976
Europe
Serbia
Area
Sq. km
88,361
Europe
Serbia
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Serbia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
5.003
5.341
5.507
person/yr
Europe
Former Serbia and Montenegro
CO2 emission -Coal
YR
Coal
---Europe
Former Serbia and Montenegro
CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
---Former Serbia and Montenegro
CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
---Europe
Europe
Former Serbia and Montenegro
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
47.606
51.043
52.865
Former Serbia and Montenegro
Population
9557006
9599011
Europe
9,515,000
Former Serbia and Montenegro
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Europe
Former Serbia and Montenegro
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Former Serbia and Montenegro
Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
Europe
Bosnia and Herzegovina
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Bosnia and Herzegovina
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Europe
Bosnia and Herzegovina
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Europe
Europe
Bosnia and Herzegovina
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
20.473
22.032
22.901
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Population
4125165
4158329
Europe
4,092,000
Europe
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Area
Sq. km
51,129
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Europe
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
5.003
5.341
5.507
person/yr
Europe
Croatia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Europe
Croatia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Europe
Croatia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Europe
Croatia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
21.929
23.476
24.277
Europe
Croatia
Population
4395535
4408069
4,383,000
Europe
Croatia
Area
Sq. km
56,542
Europe
Croatia
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Croatia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
5.003
5.341
5.507
person/yr
Europe
Macedonia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Europe
Macedonia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Europe
Macedonia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Europe
Macedonia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
8.966
9.608
9.946
Europe
Macedonia
Population
1798936
1805872
1,792,000
Europe
Macedonia
Area
Sq. km
25,333
Europe
Macedonia
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Macedonia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
5.003
5.341
5.507
person/yr
Europe
Slovenia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Europe
Slovenia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Europe
Slovenia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
----

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
5.746
----

1984
6.525
----

----

1986
6.646
----

1987
6.700
----

1988
6.762
----

51.735
9003202

59.002
9042429

61.579
9081656

60.616
9120883

61.372
9160109

62.210
9199336

5.746

6.525

6.781

6.646

6.700

6.762

----

---55.400
9641017

----

---63.182
9683023

----

---65.941
9725029

----

---64.910
9767034

----

---65.719
9809040

----

66.617
9851046

----

24.085
4191494

27.566
4224658

28.871
4257823

28.517
4290988

28.971
4324152

29.466
4357317

5.746

6.525

6.781

6.646

6.700

6.762

----

----

----

----

----

----

25.402
4420604

28.926
4433139

30.144
4445674

29.629
4458208

29.953
4470743

30.318
4483278

5.746

6.525

6.781

6.646

6.700

6.762

----

----

1985
6.781

----

----

----

----

----

10.417
1812808

11.874
1819744

12.386
1826681

12.186
1833617

12.331
1840553

12.494
1847489

5.746

6.525

6.781

6.646

6.700

6.762

----

----

----

----

----

Sheet 11 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Europe
Slovenia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
9.171
9.874
10.269
Europe
Slovenia
Population
1848821
1864642
1,833,000
Europe
Slovenia
Area
Sq. km
20,273
Europe
Slovenia
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Slovenia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
5.003
5.341
5.507
person/yr
Europe
Former Yugoslavia CO2 emission -Coal
YO
Coal
54.820
65.645
68.792
Europe
Former Yugoslavia CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
45.804
41.687
42.874
Europe
Former Yugoslavia CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
7.522
8.703
8.592
Europe
Former Yugoslavia TotalCO2 level
M Tons
108.146
116.034
120.258
Europe
Former Yugoslavia Population
21615000
21725462
21835924
Europe
Former Yugoslavia Area
Sq. km
Europe
Former Yugoslavia
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Former Yugoslavia Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
Europe
Bulgaria
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
35.047
35.438
37.517
Europe
Bulgaria
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
46.862
45.144
45.263
Europe
Bulgaria
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
8.970
8.273
8.970
Europe
Bulgaria
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
90.879
88.855
91.750
Europe
Bulgaria
Population
8848578
8853628
8,843,528
Europe
Bulgaria
Area
Sq. km
110,910
Europe
Bulgaria
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Bulgaria
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
10.276
10.042
10.363
person/yr
Europe
Cyprus
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Cyprus
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2.924
2.604
2.811
Europe
Cyprus
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Cyprus
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2.924
2.604
2.811
Europe
Cyprus
Population
618035
625070
611,000
Europe
Cyprus
Area
Sq. km
9,250
Europe
Cyprus
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Cyprus
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
4.786
4.214
4.498
person/yr
Europe
Slovakia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Europe
Slovakia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Europe
Slovakia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Europe
Slovakia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
68.638
67.949
67.363
Europe
Slovakia
Population
4995624
5025290
4,965,958
Europe
Slovakia
Area
Sq. km
48,845
Europe
Slovakia
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Slovakia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
13.822
13.602
13.405
person/yr
Europe
Czech Republic
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Europe
Czech Republic
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Europe
Czech Republic
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Europe
Czech Republic
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
142.208
139.972
137.974
Europe
Czech Republic
Population
10290805
10292884
10,288,726
Europe
Czech Republic
Area
Sq. km
78,866
Europe
Czech Republic
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
10.806
1880463

1984
12.373
1896284

1985
12.965
1912105

1986
12.813
1927926

1987
13.023
1943747

1988
13.252
1959568

5.746

6.525

6.781

6.646

6.700

6.762

76.849
40.915
8.346
126.110
21946386

85.860
47.082
10.981
143.922
22056848

90.783
47.874
11.650
150.307
22167311

92.158
43.351
12.547
148.055
22277773

89.342
45.945
14.711
149.999
22388235

91.309
46.398
14.440
152.147
22498697

37.498
45.268
9.170
91.936
8858678

38.545
45.391
9.020
92.955
8863728

39.286
46.299
10.914
96.499
8868778

39.476
44.658
11.201
95.335
8873828

40.496
43.552
11.119
95.167
8878878

36.779
43.500
11.005
91.284
8883928

10.378

10.487

10.881

10.743

10.718

10.275

0.000
3.118
0.000
3.118
632105

0.090
3.094
0.000
3.184
639140

0.128
3.100
0.000
3.228
646175

0.095
3.399
0.000
3.494
653209

0.262
3.670
0.000
3.931
660244

0.158
3.771
0.000
3.929
667279

4.933

4.981

4.996

5.349

5.954

5.888

----

----

----

----

----

----

68.188
5054955

70.468
5084621

70.002
5114287

69.579
5143953

69.751
5173619

67.826
5203284

13.489

13.859

13.688

13.526

13.482

13.035

----

---138.873
10294962

---142.707
10297041

---140.970
10299120

---139.338
10301199

---138.910
10303278

134.333
10305356

Sheet 12 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Europe
Czech Republic
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
13.822
13.602
13.405
person/yr
Europe
Former Czechoslovakia
CO2 emission -Coal
CZ
Coal
137.451
136.896
138.476
Europe
Former Czechoslovakia
CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
55.705
53.251
48.212
Europe
Former Czechoslovakia
CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
17.689
17.775
18.650
Former Czechoslovakia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
210.846
207.921
205.337
Europe
Former Czechoslovakia
Population
15254684
15286429
15318173
Europe
Europe
Former Czechoslovakia
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Former Czechoslovakia
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Former Czechoslovakia
Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
Europe
Denmark
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
23.337
25.433
22.494
Europe
Denmark
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
43.903
36.362
34.443
Europe
Denmark
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Denmark
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
67.240
61.795
56.937
Europe
Denmark
Population
5124820
5126612
5,123,027
Europe
Denmark
Area
Sq. km
43,094
Europe
Denmark
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Denmark
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
13.125
12.058
11.106
person/yr
Europe
Faroe Islands
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Faroe Islands
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
NA
NA
NA
NA
Europe
Faroe Islands
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Faroe Islands
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Faroe Islands
Population
43852
44250
43,453
Europe
Faroe Islands
Area
Sq. km
1,399
Europe
Faroe Islands
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Faroe Islands
0.000
0.000
0.000
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Europe
Finland
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
14.474
15.876
13.772
Europe
Finland
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
40.064
35.560
33.121
Europe
Finland
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.716
1.417
1.272
Europe
Finland
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
56.254
52.853
48.165
Europe
Finland
Population
4800225
4820914
4,779,535
Europe
Finland
Area
Sq. km
338,145
Europe
Finland
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Finland
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.770
11.011
9.991
person/yr
Europe
France
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
118.058
105.945
107.015
Europe
France
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
315.292
279.115
263.203
Europe
France
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
49.101
50.809
49.149
Europe
France
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
482.451
435.869
419.367
Europe
France
Population
54156285
54442827
53,869,743
Europe
France
Area
Sq. km
547,030
Europe
France
Country's Dev Index
Europe
France
8.956
8.048
7.703
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Europe
Germany
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
508.259
513.224
513.162
Europe
Germany
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
434.689
389.959
385.819
Europe
Germany
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
109.908
104.714
96.533
Europe
Germany
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1052.856
1007.897
995.513
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
13.489

1984
13.859

1985
13.688

1986
13.526

1987
13.482

1988
13.035

141.414
46.724
18.923
207.062
15349918

147.030
46.238
19.908
213.175
15381662

144.244
45.651
21.078
210.973
15413407

144.683
42.120
22.114
208.917
15445152

142.757
42.344
23.561
208.661
15476896

140.094
39.971
22.094
202.159
15508641

19.890
32.421
0.334
52.646
5128405

22.903
32.289
0.554
55.746
5130198

29.654
33.406
1.656
64.716
5131991

28.276
33.068
3.104
64.448
5133783

28.069
31.814
4.001
63.884
5135576

23.996
30.425
4.409
58.830
5137369

10.265

10.866

12.610

12.554

12.440

11.451

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

0.000
0.000
44649

0.000
0.000
45047

0.000
0.000
45446

0.000
0.000
45845

0.000
0.000
46243

0.000
0.000
46642

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

13.108
30.508
1.241
44.857
4841604

11.423
30.951
1.480
43.854
4862293

14.909
31.342
1.885
48.136
4882983

15.347
32.439
2.310
50.097
4903673

14.324
33.286
3.062
50.671
4924362

12.721
32.966
3.281
48.968
4945052

9.265

9.019

9.858

10.216

10.290

9.903

97.567
251.446
51.409
400.422
54729368

92.569
241.094
54.462
388.125
55015910

89.717
243.061
56.138
388.916
55302452

72.462
232.286
56.727
361.476
55588994

63.298
233.263
57.538
354.100
55875536

49.753
233.909
55.572
339.234
56162077

7.316

7.055

7.033

6.503

6.337

6.040

517.449
371.899
99.328
988.676

540.565
375.149
105.676
1021.391

533.592
384.706
104.105
1022.403

544.310
387.530
105.824
1037.664

533.842
375.856
113.529
1023.227

530.232
373.677
111.496
1015.404
Sheet 13 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Europe
Germany
Population
78406153
78514402
78,297,904
Europe
Germany
Area
Sq. km
357,021
Europe
Germany
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Germany
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
13.447
12.855
12.679
person/yr
Europe
Germany, East
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
234.790
235.839
240.419
Europe
Germany, East
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
56.897
52.916
54.264
Europe
Germany, East
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
10.150
10.253
10.088
Europe
Germany, East
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
301.836
299.008
304.772
Europe
Germany, East
Population
Europe
Germany, East
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Germany, East
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Germany, East
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Europe
Germany, West
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
273.469
277.385
272.743
Europe
Germany, West
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
377.792
337.043
331.554
Europe
Germany, West
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
99.758
94.461
86.444
Europe
Germany, West
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
751.019
708.888
690.742
Europe
Germany, West
Population
Europe
Germany, West
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Germany, West
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Germany, West
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Europe
Gibraltar
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Gibraltar
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.541
0.612
0.541
Europe
Gibraltar
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Gibraltar
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.541
0.612
0.541
Europe
Gibraltar
Population
29211
29190
29,233
Europe
Gibraltar
Area
Sq. km
7
Europe
Gibraltar
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Gibraltar
18.520
20.947
18.518
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Europe
Europe
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
14.253
16.363
16.885
Europe
Greece
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
40.380
38.558
36.313
Europe
Greece
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.169
Europe
Greece
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
54.633
54.921
53.367
Europe
Greece
Population
9691215
9739925
9,642,505
Europe
Greece
Area
Sq. km
131,940
Europe
Greece
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Greece
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
5.666
5.667
5.479
person/yr
Europe
Hungary
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
30.312
30.208
30.711
Europe
Hungary
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
33.664
32.757
30.542
Europe
Hungary
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
18.546
18.965
19.809
Europe
Hungary
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
82.522
81.930
81.062
Europe
Hungary
Population
10677198
10643273
10,711,122
Europe
Hungary
Area
Sq. km
93,030
Europe
Hungary
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Hungary
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
7.704
7.673
7.616
person/yr
Europe
Iceland
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.080
0.131
0.135
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
78622651

1984
78730900

1985
78839149

1986
78947398

1987
79055647

1988
79163896

12.575

12.973

12.968

13.144

12.943

12.827

239.494
48.342
10.212
298.048

252.798
50.793
12.106
315.697

268.869
52.391
11.941
333.201

272.161
52.504
12.394
337.060

271.203
49.607
11.427
332.237

268.405
45.505
12.394
326.304

277.956
323.556
89.117
690.628

287.767
324.356
93.570
705.693

264.723
332.315
92.164
689.202

272.149
335.026
93.429
700.604

262.639
326.249
102.102
690.990

261.827
328.172
99.102
689.100

0.000
0.424
0.000
0.424
29168

0.000
0.408
0.000
0.408
29147

0.000
0.962
0.000
0.962
29125

0.000
1.436
0.000
1.436
29103

0.000
1.454
0.000
1.454
29082

0.000
1.880
0.000
1.880
29060

14.539

13.988

33.030

49.327

50.006

64.704

21.366
35.139
0.161
56.666
9788634

22.269
35.724
0.177
58.171
9837344

25.575
37.259
0.152
62.986
9886054

25.929
37.575
0.228
63.732
9934764

28.805
40.745
0.228
69.778
9983474

31.960
42.613
0.305
74.878
10032183

5.789

5.913

6.371

6.415

6.989

7.464

29.344
30.044
19.744
79.132
10609349

29.581
30.380
20.102
80.063
10575424

29.093
32.391
20.517
82.001
10541500

29.179
25.740
21.766
76.686
10507576

28.268
26.450
21.610
76.329
10473651

26.624
23.821
21.384
71.829
10439727

7.459

7.571

7.779

7.298

7.288

6.880

0.193

0.267

0.281

0.313

0.252

0.255
Sheet 14 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Europe
Iceland
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.728
1.569
1.477
Europe
Iceland
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Iceland
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.808
1.701
1.613
Europe
Iceland
Population
230817
233473
228,161
Europe
Iceland
Area
Sq. km
103,000
Europe
Iceland
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Iceland
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
7.925
7.368
6.908
person/yr
Europe
Ireland
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.602
3.174
3.223
Europe
Ireland
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
17.980
15.638
13.558
Europe
Ireland
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.706
2.613
3.892
Europe
Ireland
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
22.288
21.425
20.674
Europe
Ireland
Population
3411720
3422440
3,401,000
Europe
Ireland
Area
Sq. km
70,280
Europe
Ireland
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Ireland
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
6.553
6.280
6.041
person/yr
Europe
Italy
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
40.433
44.665
47.744
Europe
Italy
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
273.727
277.362
267.297
Europe
Italy
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
52.494
50.900
50.702
Europe
Italy
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
366.655
372.926
365.742
Europe
Italy
Population
56480411
56509575
56,451,247
Europe
Italy
Area
Sq. km
301,230
Europe
Italy
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Italy
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
6.495
6.603
6.472
person/yr
Europe
Luxembourg
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
7.712
6.219
5.704
Europe
Luxembourg
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
3.060
3.140
3.138
Europe
Luxembourg
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.996
0.757
0.637
Europe
Luxembourg
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
11.767
10.116
9.479
Europe
Luxembourg
Population
366257
368113
364,400
Europe
Luxembourg
Area
Sq. km
2,586
Europe
Luxembourg
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Luxembourg
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
32.291
27.619
25.750
person/yr
Europe
Malta
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.002
0.002
0.058
Europe
Malta
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.359
1.427
1.558
Europe
Malta
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Malta
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.362
1.429
1.616
Europe
Malta
Population
363512
363022
364,001
Europe
Malta
Area
Sq. km
316
Europe
Malta
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Malta
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
3.740
3.931
4.451
person/yr
Europe
Netherlands
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
16.611
21.667
18.650
Europe
Netherlands
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
104.524
95.766
87.811
Europe
Netherlands
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
70.463
67.065
71.312
Europe
Netherlands
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
191.597
184.498
177.774
Europe
Netherlands
Population
14224662
14305423
14,143,901
Europe
Netherlands
Area
Sq. km
41,526
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
1.569
0.000
1.763
236128

1984
1.486
0.000
1.753
238784

1985
1.648
0.000
1.930
241440

1986
1.643
0.000
1.956
244096

1987
1.778
0.000
2.031
246752

1988
1.864
0.000
2.119
249407

7.465

7.343

7.993

8.013

8.229

8.495

3.808
12.283
4.109
20.200
3433160

3.668
11.507
4.368
19.543
3443880

3.928
11.994
4.620
20.542
3454600

5.642
14.836
3.133
23.611
3465320

7.985
13.192
3.143
24.321
3476040

8.021
11.598
3.785
23.404
3486760

5.884

5.675

5.946

6.813

6.997

6.712

42.325
262.216
52.132
356.673
56538739

52.534
245.645
61.408
359.586
56567903

57.045
254.298
62.403
373.746
56597067

51.115
253.163
65.964
370.242
56626230

53.984
263.250
73.256
390.490
56655394

50.592
265.700
79.403
395.695
56684558

6.308

6.357

6.604

6.538

6.892

6.981

5.319
2.958
0.604
8.881
369970

6.196
2.969
0.635
9.800
371826

6.040
3.171
0.691
9.902
373683

5.525
3.488
0.685
9.698
375540

4.383
3.978
0.797
9.159
377396

4.697
4.088
0.855
9.640
379253

24.005

26.357

26.499

25.824

24.268

25.418

0.125
1.026
0.000
1.151
362533

0.227
1.194
0.000
1.421
362043

0.511
0.897
0.000
1.409
361554

0.352
1.262
0.000
1.614
361065

0.439
1.364
0.000
1.803
360575

0.603
1.460
0.000
2.063
360086

3.176

3.925

3.897

4.471

5.001

5.730

18.392
80.334
68.596
167.322
14386184

25.064
79.112
72.700
176.876
14466945

26.249
81.801
76.709
184.760
14547706

27.584
90.614
76.457
194.655
14628466

29.366
91.540
78.911
199.816
14709227

33.720
97.801
71.407
202.928
14789988

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Europe
Netherlands
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Netherlands
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
13.546
12.970
12.427
person/yr
Europe
Norway
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
3.806
3.493
3.437
Europe
Norway
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
26.840
23.926
22.076
Europe
Norway
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.023
1.979
2.205
Europe
Norway
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
32.670
29.398
27.718
Europe
Norway
Population
4101259
4116897
4,085,620
Europe
Norway
Area
Sq. km
324,220
Europe
Norway
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Norway
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
7.996
7.168
6.733
person/yr
Europe
Poland
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
349.999
314.683
322.587
Europe
Poland
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
52.950
48.299
43.814
Europe
Poland
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
19.707
19.081
18.727
Europe
Poland
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
422.655
382.062
385.128
Europe
Poland
Population
35832154
36086291
35,578,016
Europe
Poland
Area
Sq. km
312,685
Europe
Poland
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Poland
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.880
10.663
10.672
person/yr
Europe
Portugal
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.596
1.359
1.091
Europe
Portugal
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
21.960
19.317
27.478
Europe
Portugal
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Portugal
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
23.555
20.676
28.569
Europe
Portugal
Population
9792289
9806778
9,777,800
Europe
Portugal
Area
Sq. km
92,391
Europe
Portugal
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Portugal
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
2.409
2.111
2.913
person/yr
Europe
Romania
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
45.746
51.690
50.217
Europe
Romania
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
53.315
47.763
48.151
Europe
Romania
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
70.665
71.569
79.703
Europe
Romania
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
169.727
171.022
178.070
Europe
Romania
Population
22203627
22277218
22,130,036
Europe
Romania
Area
Sq. km
237,500
Europe
Romania
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Romania
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
7.670
7.702
7.993
person/yr
Europe
Spain
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
58.977
78.187
85.814
Europe
Spain
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
142.321
133.709
142.660
Europe
Spain
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
3.376
3.975
4.295
Europe
Spain
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
204.675
215.870
232.769
Europe
Spain
Population
37674601
37860842
37,488,360
Europe
Spain
Area
Sq. km
504,782
Europe
Spain
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Spain
5.460
5.730
6.148
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Europe
Sweden
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
6.163
5.096
5.588
Europe
Sweden
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
80.873
71.477
60.746

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

11.631

12.226

12.700

13.307

13.584

13.721

3.521
21.600
3.161
28.283
4132536

4.287
22.227
2.914
29.429
4148174

4.387
24.700
3.338
32.425
4163813

3.835
27.247
5.269
36.351
4179452

3.657
26.650
4.093
34.400
4195090

3.830
25.774
4.334
33.938
4210729

6.844

7.094

7.787

8.697

8.200

8.060

322.492
45.151
19.040
386.683
36340429

338.235
44.541
19.797
402.574
36594566

350.838
47.575
20.128
418.542
36848704

353.115
49.107
21.698
423.920
37102841

364.173
50.336
22.394
436.903
37356979

353.199
50.376
22.426
426.002
37611116

10.641

11.001

11.358

11.426

11.695

11.326

1.557
27.819
0.000
29.376
9821267

1.523
26.892
0.000
28.416
9835756

3.243
26.270
0.000
29.514
9850245

5.313
25.960
0.000
31.273
9864733

7.094
25.350
0.000
32.444
9879222

8.090
25.763
0.000
33.853
9893711

2.991

2.889

2.996

3.170

3.284

3.422

57.840
44.707
81.943
184.490
22350809

57.416
44.501
78.799
180.716
22424400

60.440
46.279
75.466
182.186
22497991

59.831
46.744
79.646
186.221
22571581

62.865
49.675
79.380
191.920
22645172

68.230
48.017
73.749
189.996
22718763

8.254

8.059

8.098

8.250

8.475

8.363

89.364
138.749
4.595
232.708
38047083

89.130
127.099
4.363
220.592
38233324

92.360
117.833
4.978
215.171
38419565

90.146
115.871
5.282
211.298
38605805

87.222
118.825
6.029
212.076
38792046

74.281
130.085
7.784
212.150
38978287

6.116

5.770

5.601

5.473

5.467

5.443

7.217
54.365

8.743
50.356

10.430
53.260

10.678
52.446

10.437
51.146

10.577
48.047

Sheet 16 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Europe
Sweden
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Sweden
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
87.037
76.573
66.334
Europe
Sweden
Population
8339507
8368541
8,310,473
Europe
Sweden
Area
Sq. km
449,964
Europe
Sweden
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Sweden
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
10.473
9.182
7.927
person/yr
Europe
Switzerland
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.889
2.559
1.545
Europe
Switzerland
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
42.734
36.233
34.105
Europe
Switzerland
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.996
2.158
2.299
Europe
Switzerland
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
46.619
40.949
37.949
Europe
Switzerland
Population
6430369
6475508
6,385,229
Europe
Switzerland
Area
Sq. km
41,290
Europe
Switzerland
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Switzerland
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
7.301
6.368
5.860
person/yr
Europe
Turkey
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
23.526
23.084
26.522
Europe
Turkey
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
47.023
43.417
48.342
Europe
Turkey
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.054
Europe
Turkey
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
70.548
66.501
74.918
Europe
Turkey
Population
46217185
47313568
45,120,802
Europe
Turkey
Area
Sq. km
780,580
Europe
Turkey
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Turkey
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.564
1.439
1.583
person/yr
Europe
United Kingdom
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
270.467
268.255
248.826
Europe
United Kingdom
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
244.030
222.398
225.087
Europe
United Kingdom
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
93.804
103.033
94.945
Europe
United Kingdom
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
608.301
593.687
568.858
Europe
United Kingdom
Population
56431931
56549861
56,314,000
Europe
United Kingdom
Area
Sq. km
244,820
Europe
United Kingdom
Country's Dev Index
Europe
United Kingdom
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
10.802
10.520
10.059
person/yr
Europe
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Europe
Coal
1819.312
1833.566
1833.153
Europe
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Europe
Oil
2291.080
2104.168
2051.816
Europe
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Europe
Gas
561.851
562.670
557.120
Europe
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4672.243
4500.404
4442.089
Europe
Europe
Population
Europe
529031425
531662944
534294463
Europe
Area
Sq. km
Europe
5665303
Europe
Europe
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Europe
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
8.832
8.465
8.314
person/yr
Eurasia
Armenia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
----Eurasia
Armenia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
----Eurasia
Armenia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
----Eurasia
Armenia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
35.466
35.981
37.309
Eurasia
Armenia
Population
3141438
3167588
3,115,289
Eurasia
Armenia
Area
Sq. km
29,800
Eurasia
Armenia
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
0.000
61.583
8397576

1984
0.000
59.100
8426610

1985
0.156
63.846
8455644

1986
0.418
63.542
8484678

1987
0.575
62.158
8513712

1988
0.677
59.301
8542747

7.333

7.013

7.551

7.489

7.301

6.942

1.106
37.435
2.526
41.067
6520648

1.639
36.581
2.817
41.037
6565788

1.469
37.785
2.951
42.205
6610928

1.835
39.285
3.021
44.141
6656067

1.546
37.820
3.239
42.606
6701207

1.278
37.986
3.263
42.528
6746347

6.298

6.250

6.384

6.632

6.358

6.304

29.617
50.207
0.136
79.960
48409951

33.339
50.252
0.077
83.668
49506334

41.901
52.453
0.109
94.463
50602717

51.193
53.656
0.869
105.718
51699100

48.338
59.923
1.412
109.673
52795483

42.736
58.300
2.334
103.370
53891866

1.652

1.690

1.867

2.045

2.077

1.918

253.243
212.046
105.613
570.902
56667792

191.137
268.384
107.357
566.878
56785723

241.617
233.282
113.350
588.248
56903654

252.773
224.380
114.074
591.228
57021584

268.105
217.238
117.190
602.532
57139515

253.539
230.322
111.558
595.419
57257446

10.075

9.983

10.338

10.368

10.545

10.399

1844.222
1974.455
577.397
4396.074
536925982

1866.969
1991.965
605.395
4464.329
539557501

1960.169
1992.740
621.445
4574.354
542189020

1966.140
1984.272
638.793
4589.205
544820538

1972.197
1991.007
668.562
4631.766
547452057

1904.849
2011.976
654.030
4570.856
550083576

8.187

8.274

8.437

8.423

8.461

8.309

---38.275
3193737

---39.579
3219887

---40.939
3246036

---42.428
3272185

---43.004
3298335

44.073
3324484

Sheet 17 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Eurasia
Armenia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.384
11.454
11.778
person/yr
Eurasia
Azerbaijan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Azerbaijan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Azerbaijan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Eurasia
Azerbaijan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
70.280
71.883
75.129
Eurasia
Azerbaijan
Population
6276009
6378656
6,173,361
Eurasia
Azerbaijan
Area
Sq. km
86,600
Eurasia
Azerbaijan
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Azerbaijan
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.384
11.454
11.778
person/yr
Eurasia
Belarus
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Belarus
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Belarus
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Eurasia
Belarus
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
109.788
111.109
114.932
Eurasia
Belarus
Population
9700856
9758006
9,643,706
Eurasia
Belarus
Area
Sq. km
207,600
Eurasia
Belarus
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Belarus
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.384
11.454
11.778
person/yr
Eurasia
Estonia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Estonia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Estonia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Eurasia
Estonia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
16.874
17.076
17.663
Eurasia
Estonia
Population
1490909
1499621
1,482,196
Eurasia
Estonia
Area
Sq. km
45,226
Eurasia
Estonia
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Estonia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.384
11.454
11.778
person/yr
Eurasia
Georgia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Georgia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Georgia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Eurasia
Georgia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
57.442
58.227
60.326
Eurasia
Georgia
Population
5083748
5121799
5,045,697
Eurasia
Georgia
Area
Sq. km
69,700
Eurasia
Georgia
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Georgia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.384
11.454
11.778
person/yr
Eurasia
Kazakhstan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Kazakhstan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Kazakhstan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Eurasia
Kazakhstan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
170.388
173.062
179.654
Eurasia
Kazakhstan
Population
15109859
15253001
14,966,718
Eurasia
Kazakhstan
Area
Sq. km
2,717,300
Eurasia
Kazakhstan
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Kazakhstan
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.384
11.454
11.778
person/yr
Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
----

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
11.984
----

----

1985
12.612
----

1986
12.966
----

1987
13.038
----

1988
13.257
----

77.674
6481304

80.930
6583952

84.331
6686600

88.032
6789247

89.857
6891895

92.726
6994543

11.984

12.292

12.612

12.966

13.038

13.257

----

----

----

----

----

----

117.628
9815157

121.351
9872307

125.230
9929457

129.490
9986607

130.952
10043757

133.907
10100908

11.984

12.292

12.612

12.966

13.038

13.257

----

----

----

----

----

----

18.076
1508334

18.648
1517046

19.243
1525759

19.896
1534472

20.120
1543184

20.573
1551897

11.984

12.292

12.612

12.966

13.038

13.257

----

----

----

----

----

----

61.837
5159850

63.893
5197901

66.036
5235952

68.385
5274003

69.259
5312054

70.926
5350105

11.984

12.292

12.612

12.966

13.038

13.257

----

----

1984
12.292

----

----

----

----

----

184.512
15396142

191.009
15539283

197.786
15682425

205.200
15825566

208.202
15968707

213.594
16111848

11.984

12.292

12.612

12.966

13.038

13.257

----

----

----

----

----

Sheet 18 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
41.243
42.363
44.459
Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
Population
3698704
3774680
3,622,728
Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
Area
Sq. km
198,500
Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.384
11.454
11.778
person/yr
Eurasia
Latvia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Latvia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Latvia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Eurasia
Latvia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
28.741
29.074
30.062
Eurasia
Latvia
Population
2538448
2552352
2,524,543
Eurasia
Latvia
Area
Sq. km
64,589
Eurasia
Latvia
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Latvia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.384
11.454
11.778
person/yr
Eurasia
Lithuania
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Lithuania
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Lithuania
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Eurasia
Lithuania
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
39.109
39.644
41.073
Eurasia
Lithuania
Population
3461244
3487198
3,435,289
Eurasia
Lithuania
Area
Sq. km
65,200
Eurasia
Lithuania
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Lithuania
11.384
11.454
11.778
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Eurasia
Moldova
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Moldova
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Moldova
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Eurasia
Moldova
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
45.495
46.231
48.015
Eurasia
Moldova
Population
4036430
4076582
3,996,278
Eurasia
Moldova
Area
Sq. km
33,843
Eurasia
Moldova
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Moldova
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.384
11.454
11.778
person/yr
Eurasia
Russia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Russia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Russia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Eurasia
Russia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1582.880
1602.724
1658.685
Eurasia
Russia
Population
139932379
140825909
139,038,849
Eurasia
Russia
Area
Sq. km
17,075,200
Eurasia
Russia
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Russia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.384
11.454
11.778
person/yr
Eurasia
Tajikistan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Tajikistan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Tajikistan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Eurasia
Tajikistan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
45.186
47.022
49.961
Eurasia
Tajikistan
Population
4105461
4241795
3,969,126
Eurasia
Tajikistan
Area
Sq. km
143,100
Eurasia
Tajikistan
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
46.147
3850655

1984
48.266
3926631

1985
50.481
4002607

1986
52.884
4078583

1987
54.168
4154559

1988
56.084
4230534

11.984

12.292

12.612

12.966

13.038

13.257

----

----

----

----

----

----

30.755
2566257

31.715
2580162

32.716
2594067

33.816
2607971

34.184
2621876

34.942
2635781

11.984

12.292

12.612

12.966

13.038

13.257

----

----

----

----

----

----

42.103
3513153

43.503
3539108

44.962
3565063

46.562
3591017

47.158
3616972

48.294
3642927

11.984

12.292

12.612

12.966

13.038

13.257

----

----

----

----

----

----

49.336
4116734

51.097
4156886

52.933
4197038

54.941
4237190

55.768
4277342

57.237
4317494

11.984

12.292

12.612

12.966

13.038

13.257

----

----

----

----

----

----

1698.411
141719439

1753.001
142612969

1809.900
143506499

1872.341
144400028

1894.353
145293558

1937.994
146187088

11.984

12.292

12.612

12.966

13.038

13.257

----

---52.469
4378130

---55.492
4514464

---58.656
4650799

---62.072
4787134

---64.193
4923468

67.078
5059803

Sheet 19 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Eurasia
Tajikistan
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.384
11.454
11.778
person/yr
Eurasia
Turkmenistan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Turkmenistan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Turkmenistan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Eurasia
Turkmenistan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
32.732
33.838
35.731
Eurasia
Turkmenistan
Population
2954379
3033624
2,875,133
Eurasia
Turkmenistan
Area
Sq. km
488,100
Eurasia
Turkmenistan
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Turkmenistan
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.384
11.454
11.778
person/yr
Eurasia
Ukraine
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Ukraine
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Ukraine
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Eurasia
Ukraine
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
569.753
575.057
593.258
Eurasia
Ukraine
Population
50207749
50368849
50,046,649
Eurasia
Ukraine
Area
Sq. km
603,700
Eurasia
Ukraine
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Ukraine
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.384
11.454
11.778
person/yr
Eurasia
Uzbekistan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Uzbekistan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Uzbekistan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
---Eurasia
Uzbekistan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
182.152
188.554
199.346
Eurasia
Uzbekistan
Population
16462474
16924874
16,000,074
Eurasia
Uzbekistan
Area
Sq. km
447,400
Eurasia
Uzbekistan
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Uzbekistan
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.384
11.454
11.778
person/yr
Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
CO2 emission -Coal
UR
Coal
1060.079
1064.086
1100.182
Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
1235.703
1246.214
1266.812
Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
731.748
761.545
818.608
Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3027.530
3071.846
3185.603
Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
Population
265935636
268200085
270464535
Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Eurasia
Eurasia
Coal
1060.079
1064.086
1100.182
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Eurasia
Eurasia
Oil
1235.703
1246.214
1266.812
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Eurasia
Eurasia
Gas
731.748
761.545
818.608
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3027.530
3071.846
3185.603
Eurasia
Eurasia
Population
Eurasia
Eurasia
265935636
268200085
270464535
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Eurasia
22275858
Eurasia
Eurasia
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Eurasia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
11.384
11.454
11.778
person/yr
Middle East
Bahrain
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Bahrain
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2.265
2.230
2.187
Middle East
Bahrain
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
5.527
6.633
7.185
Middle East
Bahrain
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
7.793
8.862
9.372
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
11.984
----

1984
12.292
----

1985
12.612
----

1986
12.966
----

1987
13.038
----

1988
13.257
----

37.306
3112870

39.238
3192115

41.258
3271361

43.445
3350606

44.719
3429852

46.520
3509097

11.984

12.292

12.612

12.966

13.038

13.257

----

----

----

----

----

----

605.567
50529949

623.095
50691049

641.346
50852150

661.456
51013250

667.217
51174350

680.551
51335450

11.984

12.292

12.612

12.966

13.038

13.257

----

----

----

----

----

----

208.375
17387274

219.408
17849674

230.951
18312074

243.436
18774473

250.812
19236873

261.152
19699273

11.984

12.292

12.612

12.966

13.038

13.257

1096.241
1266.370
905.860
3268.470
272728984

1108.603
1244.020
1027.601
3380.223
274993434

1116.673
1253.705
1126.392
3496.769
277257883

1149.629
1291.358
1183.397
3624.384
279522332

1152.277
1288.829
1232.859
3673.966
281786782

1171.328
1253.766
1340.558
3765.652
284051231

1096.241
1266.370
905.860
3268.470
272728984

1108.603
1244.020
1027.601
3380.223
274993434

1116.673
1253.705
1126.392
3496.769
277257883

1149.629
1291.358
1183.397
3624.384
279522332

1152.277
1288.829
1232.859
3673.966
281786782

1171.328
1253.766
1340.558
3765.652
284051231

11.984

12.292

12.612

12.966

13.038

13.257

0.000
2.052
8.563
10.615

0.000
2.225
7.351
9.576

0.000
2.058
9.065
11.123

0.000
2.202
9.949
12.151

0.000
2.623
11.967
14.590

0.000
2.477
10.052
12.530
Sheet 20 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Middle East
Bahrain
Population
362859
378150
347,568
Middle East
Bahrain
Area
Sq. km
665
Middle East
Bahrain
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Bahrain
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
22.420
24.423
24.785
person/yr
Middle East
Iran
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.417
1.905
2.994
Middle East
Iran
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
86.802
90.748
100.804
Middle East
Iran
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
30.299
23.719
37.302
Middle East
Iran
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
119.519
116.372
141.101
Middle East
Iran
Population
41328629
43073861
39,583,397
Middle East
Iran
Area
Sq. km
1,648,000
Middle East
Iran
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Iran
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
3.019
2.816
3.276
person/yr
Middle East
Iraq
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.003
0.003
0.003
Middle East
Iraq
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
29.328
31.542
30.454
Middle East
Iraq
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
20.901
7.300
7.719
Middle East
Iraq
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
50.232
38.845
38.176
Middle East
Iraq
Population
13723025
14213212
13,232,839
Middle East
Iraq
Area
Sq. km
437,072
Middle East
Iraq
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Iraq
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
3.796
2.831
2.686
person/yr
Middle East
Israel
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.016
0.908
2.484
Middle East
Israel
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
24.796
24.841
24.442
Middle East
Israel
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.274
0.274
0.165
Middle East
Israel
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
25.086
26.022
27.091
Middle East
Israel
Population
3814933
3892392
3,737,473
Middle East
Israel
Area
Sq. km
20,770
Middle East
Israel
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Israel
6.712
6.821
6.960
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Middle East
Jordan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Jordan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
5.310
6.485
7.426
Middle East
Jordan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Jordan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5.310
6.485
7.426
Middle East
Jordan
Population
2272732
2382656
2,162,807
Middle East
Jordan
Area
Sq. km
92,300
Middle East
Jordan
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Jordan
2.455
2.854
3.117
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Middle East
Kuwait
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Kuwait
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
14.665
17.610
16.128
Middle East
Kuwait
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
16.064
6.919
6.404
Middle East
Kuwait
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
30.729
24.529
22.532
Middle East
Kuwait
Population
1446993
1524217
1,369,769
Middle East
Kuwait
Area
Sq. km
17,820
Middle East
Kuwait
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Kuwait
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
22.434
16.952
14.782
person/yr
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
393440

1984
408731

1985
424022

1986
439313

1987
454604

1988
469894

26.981

23.429

26.231

27.658

32.094

26.665

2.744
113.290
40.887
156.921
44819093

3.312
114.055
38.495
155.861
46564325

3.450
117.004
44.263
164.717
48309557

3.584
122.575
38.980
165.138
50054789

3.634
129.985
40.336
173.955
51800021

3.685
129.944
46.794
180.422
53545253

3.501

3.347

3.410

3.299

3.358

3.370

0.003
34.677
7.131
41.811
14703398

0.003
34.610
8.529
43.142
15193584

0.003
37.500
11.117
48.620
15683771

0.003
41.684
14.175
55.862
16173957

0.003
41.178
12.062
53.243
16664143

0.003
45.819
14.107
59.930
17154329

2.844

2.839

3.100

3.454

3.195

3.494

5.355
22.321
0.110
27.786
3969852

6.690
21.341
0.110
28.141
4047311

7.678
19.382
0.110
27.169
4124771

7.730
20.127
0.077
27.934
4202230

8.818
21.475
0.115
30.408
4279690

8.863
23.855
0.077
32.795
4357149

6.999

6.953

6.587

6.647

7.105

7.527

0.000
7.692
0.000
7.692
2492581

0.000
7.607
0.000
7.607
2602506

0.000
8.493
0.000
8.493
2712431

0.000
9.044
0.000
9.044
2822355

0.000
9.975
0.000
9.975
2932280

0.000
9.279
0.000
9.279
3042205

3.086

2.923

3.131

3.204

3.402

3.050

0.000
17.074
7.936
25.010
1601442

0.000
16.953
9.145
26.098
1678666

0.000
17.862
8.254
26.116
1755890

0.000
17.430
11.743
29.173
1833114

0.000
16.396
16.996
33.392
1910338

0.000
17.246
21.052
38.298
1987563

15.617

15.547

14.873

15.914

17.480

19.269

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Middle East
Lebanon
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.018
0.018
0.009
Middle East
Lebanon
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
6.549
6.182
5.941
Middle East
Lebanon
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Lebanon
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
6.567
6.200
5.950
Middle East
Lebanon
Population
3092015
3098154
3,085,876
Middle East
Lebanon
Area
Sq. km
10,400
Middle East
Lebanon
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Lebanon
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
2.128
2.005
1.921
person/yr
Middle East
Oman
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Oman
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2.241
2.240
2.724
Middle East
Oman
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.548
1.824
2.266
Middle East
Oman
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3.789
4.064
4.990
Middle East
Oman
Population
1234669
1294480
1,174,857
Middle East
Oman
Area
Sq. km
212,460
Middle East
Oman
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Oman
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
3.225
3.292
3.855
person/yr
Middle East
Qatar
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Qatar
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.506
2.171
2.441
Middle East
Qatar
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
12.335
11.419
11.157
Middle East
Qatar
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
13.842
13.589
13.598
Middle East
Qatar
Population
255724
280807
230,640
Middle East
Qatar
Area
Sq. km
11,437
Middle East
Qatar
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Qatar
60.014
53.141
48.424
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
87.340
90.773
98.371
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
88.312
77.723
62.688
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
175.652
168.497
161.059
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
Population
10605321
11211481
9,999,161
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
Area
Sq. km
1,960,582
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
17.567
15.888
14.366
person/yr
Middle East
Syria
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.012
0.024
0.028
Middle East
Syria
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
15.808
17.017
17.935
Middle East
Syria
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.863
0.448
0.457
Middle East
Syria
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
16.683
17.489
18.420
Middle East
Syria
Population
9139828
9506075
8,773,582
Middle East
Syria
Area
Sq. km
185,180
Middle East
Syria
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Syria
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.902
1.914
1.938
person/yr
Middle East
United Arab Emirates CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
United Arab Emirates CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
10.016
20.237
22.488
Middle East
United Arab Emirates CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
19.671
15.242
14.360
Middle East
United Arab Emirates TotalCO2 level
M Tons
29.686
35.479
36.849
Middle East
United Arab Emirates Population
1095336
1190386
1,000,285

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1983
0.000
5.763
0.000
5.763
3104293

1984
0.000
5.891
0.000
5.891
3110432

1985
0.000
6.984
0.000
6.984
3116572

1986
0.000
6.853
0.000
6.853
3122711

1987
0.000
7.165
0.000
7.165
3128850

1988
0.000
6.536
0.000
6.536
3134989

1.857

1.894

2.241

2.194

2.290

2.085

0.000
2.842
2.819
5.661
1354292

0.000
3.556
4.248
7.803
1414104

0.000
4.219
3.195
7.414
1473916

0.000
4.354
4.385
8.738
1533727

0.000
3.896
4.978
8.874
1593539

0.000
3.776
4.247
8.023
1653351

4.180

5.518

5.030

5.697

5.568

4.852

0.000
2.324
9.777
12.102
305891

0.000
2.785
11.655
14.439
330975

0.000
2.535
10.557
13.092
356059

0.000
3.370
10.668
14.038
381142

0.000
3.440
10.949
14.390
406226

0.000
3.238
11.439
14.676
431310

39.563

43.627

36.771

36.832

35.423

34.027

0.000
114.118
52.797
166.916
11817641

0.000
119.858
61.333
181.191
12423801

0.000
134.620
45.246
179.865
13029961

0.000
135.455
54.245
189.700
13636121

0.000
134.785
55.965
190.750
14242281

0.000
137.020
62.830
199.850
14848441

14.124

14.584

13.804

13.912

13.393

13.459

0.023
21.272
0.447
21.742
9872321

0.014
23.285
0.457
23.756
10238568

0.006
24.897
0.254
25.157
10604814

0.003
23.537
0.457
23.997
10971060

0.003
26.538
1.112
27.653
11337307

0.003
27.568
0.915
28.486
11703553

2.202

2.320

2.372

2.187

2.439

2.434

0.000
22.468
21.194
43.663
1285437

0.000
23.668
25.487
49.155
1380488

0.000
29.776
32.385
62.161
1475539

0.000
33.513
32.844
66.356
1570589

0.000
34.551
36.258
70.810
1665640

0.000
38.873
38.926
77.799
1760691

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Middle East
United Arab Emirates Area
Sq. km
82,880
Middle East
United Arab Emirates Country's Dev Index
Middle East
United Arab Emirates Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
29.678
32.391
30.955
person/yr
Middle East
Middle East
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Yemen
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
6.936
7.086
8.026
Middle East
Yemen
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Yemen
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
6.936
7.086
8.026
Middle East
Yemen
Population
9460899
9789252
9,132,545
Middle East
Yemen
Area
Sq. km
527,970
Middle East
Yemen
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Yemen
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.759
0.749
0.820
person/yr
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Middle East
Middle East
Coal
2.466
2.857
5.518
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Middle East
Middle East
Oil
293.563
319.161
339.367
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Middle East
Middle East
Gas
195.795
151.501
149.704
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
491.823
473.520
494.589
Middle East
Middle East
Population
Middle East
Middle East
93830799
97832962
101835124
Area
Sq. km
Middle East
Middle East
5207536
Middle East
Middle East
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Middle East
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
5.242
4.840
4.857
person/yr
Africa
Algeria
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.609
1.872
1.935
Africa
Algeria
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
14.529
15.621
17.241
Africa
Algeria
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
48.583
35.381
44.325
Africa
Algeria
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
64.721
52.874
63.501
Africa
Algeria
Population
19434770
20063480
18,806,061
Africa
Algeria
Area
Sq. km
2,381,740
Africa
Algeria
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Algeria
3.441
2.721
3.165
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Africa
Angola
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Angola
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
3.083
3.201
3.178
Africa
Angola
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.507
0.488
0.553
Africa
Angola
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3.590
3.689
3.731
Africa
Angola
Population
6867498
6998762
6,736,233
Africa
Angola
Area
Sq. km
1,246,700
Africa
Angola
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Angola
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.533
0.537
0.533
person/yr
Africa
Benin
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Benin
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.419
0.442
0.296
Africa
Benin
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Benin
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.419
0.442
0.296
Africa
Benin
Population
3565899
3687683
3,444,116
Africa
Benin
Area
Sq. km
112,620
Africa
Benin
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Benin
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.122
0.124
0.080
person/yr
Africa
Botswana
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.820
0.840
0.915
Africa
Botswana
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.444
0.443
0.289
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1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

33.967

35.607

42.128

42.249

42.512

44.187

0.000
7.061
0.000
7.061
10117606

0.000
9.457
0.000
9.457
10445959

0.000
10.210
0.000
10.210
10774313

0.000
9.887
0.000
9.887
11102666

0.000
9.891
0.000
9.891
11431020

0.000
10.220
0.000
10.220
11759373

0.698

0.905

0.948

0.891

0.865

0.869

8.125
372.955
151.662
532.743
105837287

10.020
385.291
166.808
562.119
109839449

11.136
415.540
164.445
591.121
113841612

11.320
430.029
177.521
618.870
117843775

12.457
441.899
190.738
645.095
121845937

12.553
455.852
210.439
678.845
125848100

5.034

5.118

5.192

5.252

5.294

5.394

3.016
16.661
49.812
69.488
20692189

3.851
18.947
49.855
72.652
21320898

2.933
20.155
45.675
68.763
21949608

2.602
19.871
49.062
71.536
22578317

2.833
20.369
53.746
76.948
23207026

2.838
20.812
56.689
80.338
23835735

3.358

3.408

3.133

3.168

3.316

3.370

0.000
3.331
0.685
4.016
7130027

0.000
2.993
0.663
3.657
7261291

0.000
3.872
0.718
4.591
7392556

0.000
3.816
0.774
4.590
7523821

0.000
3.768
0.879
4.647
7655085

0.000
3.856
0.976
4.832
7786350

0.563

0.504

0.621

0.610

0.607

0.621

0.000
0.418
0.000
0.418
3809466

0.000
0.431
0.000
0.431
3931249

0.000
0.472
0.000
0.472
4053033

0.000
0.502
0.000
0.502
4174816

0.000
0.374
0.000
0.374
4296599

0.000
0.470
0.000
0.470
4418382

0.110

0.110

0.116

0.120

0.087

0.106

0.858
0.289

0.869
0.247

0.966
0.483

1.104
0.513

1.281
0.617

1.355
0.667
Sheet 23 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Africa
Botswana
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Botswana
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.265
1.283
1.205
Africa
Botswana
Population
936793
973109
900,476
Africa
Botswana
Area
Sq. km
600,370
Africa
Botswana
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Botswana
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.404
1.370
1.238
person/yr
Africa
Burkina Faso
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Burkina Faso
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.403
0.436
0.439
Africa
Burkina Faso
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Burkina Faso
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.403
0.436
0.439
Africa
Burkina Faso
Population
7156800
7371594
6,942,006
Africa
Burkina Faso
Area
Sq. km
274,200
Africa
Burkina Faso
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Burkina Faso
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.058
0.061
0.060
person/yr
Africa
Burundi
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Burundi
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.104
0.118
0.105
Africa
Burundi
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Burundi
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.104
0.118
0.105
Africa
Burundi
Population
4252276
4367023
4,137,528
Africa
Burundi
Area
Sq. km
27,830
Africa
Burundi
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Burundi
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.025
0.028
0.024
person/yr
Africa
Cameroon
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.002
0.002
Africa
Cameroon
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2.313
1.893
2.567
Africa
Cameroon
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Cameroon
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2.313
1.895
2.570
Africa
Cameroon
Population
9041303
9335067
8,747,539
Africa
Cameroon
Area
Sq. km
475,440
Africa
Cameroon
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Cameroon
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.264
0.210
0.275
person/yr
Africa
Cape Verde
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Cape Verde
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.333
0.333
0.138
Africa
Cape Verde
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Cape Verde
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.333
0.333
0.138
Africa
Cape Verde
Population
301364
306686
296,042
Africa
Cape Verde
Area
Sq. km
4,033
Africa
Cape Verde
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Cape Verde
1.127
1.104
0.449
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Africa
Central African Republic
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Central African Republic
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.148
0.185
0.206
Central African Republic
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Africa
Central African Republic
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.148
0.185
0.206
Central African Republic
Population
2300094
2356015
Africa
2,244,173
Africa
Central African Republic
Area
Sq. km
622,984
Central African Republic
Africa
Country's Dev Index
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
0.000
1.147
1009426

1984
0.000
1.116
1045743

1985
0.000
1.449
1082060

1986
0.000
1.617
1118376

1987
0.000
1.898
1154693

1988
0.000
2.022
1191010

1.136

1.067

1.339

1.446

1.644

1.698

0.000
0.422
0.000
0.422
7586389

0.000
0.435
0.000
0.435
7801183

0.000
0.427
0.000
0.427
8015977

0.000
0.486
0.000
0.486
8230771

0.000
0.518
0.000
0.518
8445565

0.000
0.513
0.000
0.513
8660360

0.056

0.056

0.053

0.059

0.061

0.059

0.000
0.120
0.000
0.120
4481771

0.000
0.141
0.000
0.141
4596519

0.000
0.155
0.000
0.155
4711267

0.000
0.151
0.000
0.151
4826014

0.000
0.157
0.000
0.157
4940762

0.000
0.243
0.000
0.243
5055510

0.027

0.031

0.033

0.031

0.032

0.048

0.002
2.561
4.536
7.100
9628832

0.002
2.612
4.433
7.048
9922596

0.004
2.736
3.866
6.606
10216360

0.002
3.040
6.341
9.382
10510124

0.002
2.808
5.207
8.016
10803888

0.002
2.704
0.773
3.479
11097653

0.737

0.710

0.647

0.893

0.742

0.313

0.000
0.140
0.000
0.140
312009

0.000
0.177
0.000
0.177
317331

0.000
0.175
0.000
0.175
322653

0.000
0.053
0.000
0.053
327975

0.000
0.058
0.000
0.058
333297

0.000
0.083
0.000
0.083
338620

0.449

0.559

0.542

0.162

0.173

0.245

0.000
0.215
0.000
0.215
2411935

0.000
0.181
0.000
0.181
2467856

0.000
0.211
0.000
0.211
2523777

0.000
0.202
0.000
0.202
2579698

0.000
0.224
0.000
0.224
2635619

0.000
0.240
0.000
0.240
2691539

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Africa
Central African Republic
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.066
0.080
0.088
person/yr
Africa
Chad
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Chad
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.290
0.271
0.271
Africa
Chad
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Chad
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.290
0.271
0.271
Africa
Chad
Population
4690518
4839352
4,541,684
Africa
Chad
Area
Sq. km
1,284,000
Africa
Chad
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Chad
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.064
0.058
0.056
person/yr
Africa
Comoros
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Comoros
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.044
0.044
0.044
Africa
Comoros
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Comoros
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.044
0.044
0.044
Africa
Comoros
Population
343063
352612
333,513
Africa
Comoros
Area
Sq. km
2,170
Africa
Comoros
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Comoros
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.131
0.127
0.123
person/yr
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.754
0.846
0.712
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.022
0.033
0.033
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.776
0.879
0.745
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) Population
1690514
1751550
1,629,477
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) Area
Sq. km
342,000
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) Country's Dev Index
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.476
0.520
0.425
person/yr
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.681
0.701
0.666
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2.741
3.039
3.254
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3.422
3.740
3.920
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
Population
29112628
30096722
28,128,534
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
Area
Sq. km
2,345,410
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.122
0.128
0.130
person/yr
Africa
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
4.234
4.575
4.041
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Africa
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4.234
4.575
4.041
Africa
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
Population
8736137
9096728
8,375,546
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
Area
Sq. km
322,460
Africa
Africa
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.505
0.524
0.444
person/yr
Africa
Djibouti
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Djibouti
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.645
1.307
1.332
Africa
Djibouti
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000

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1983
0.089

1984
0.073

1985
0.084

1986
0.078

1987
0.085

1988
0.089

0.000
0.271
0.000
0.271
4988186

0.000
0.132
0.000
0.132
5137020

0.000
0.127
0.000
0.127
5285855

0.000
0.278
0.000
0.278
5434689

0.000
0.237
0.000
0.237
5583523

0.000
0.161
0.000
0.161
5732357

0.054

0.026

0.024

0.051

0.042

0.028

0.000
0.044
0.000
0.044
362162

0.000
0.042
0.000
0.042
371712

0.000
0.038
0.000
0.038
381262

0.000
0.038
0.000
0.038
390811

0.000
0.050
0.000
0.050
400361

0.000
0.053
0.000
0.053
409911

0.120

0.113

0.099

0.097

0.126

0.130

0.000
0.605
0.039
0.644
1812587

0.000
0.614
0.039
0.653
1873624

0.000
0.835
0.111
0.945
1934661

0.000
0.778
0.022
0.800
1995697

0.000
0.897
0.111
1.007
2056734

0.000
0.787
0.000
0.787
2117771

0.355

0.349

0.489

0.401

0.490

0.372

0.643
3.235
0.000
3.878
31080817

0.649
2.935
0.000
3.585
32064911

0.656
2.856
0.000
3.511
33049005

0.678
3.137
0.000
3.814
34033099

0.688
2.750
0.000
3.438
35017193

0.762
3.460
0.000
4.222
36001288

0.125

0.112

0.106

0.112

0.098

0.117

0.000
4.111
0.000
4.111
9457318

0.000
4.341
0.000
4.341
9817909

0.000
4.258
0.000
4.258
10178500

0.000
4.698
0.000
4.698
10539091

0.000
5.333
0.000
5.333
10899682

0.000
5.644
0.000
5.644
11260272

0.435

0.442

0.418

0.446

0.489

0.501

0.000
0.962
0.000

0.000
0.820
0.000

0.000
0.787
0.000

0.000
0.718
0.000

0.000
0.731
0.000

0.000
0.715
0.000

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Africa
Djibouti
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.645
1.307
1.332
Africa
Djibouti
Population
287843
296537
279,149
Africa
Djibouti
Area
Sq. km
23,000
Africa
Djibouti
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Djibouti
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
5.894
4.540
4.493
person/yr
Africa
Egypt
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.009
3.195
3.597
Africa
Egypt
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
38.526
44.111
47.375
Africa
Egypt
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.658
2.764
5.196
Africa
Egypt
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
42.193
50.069
56.168
Africa
Egypt
Population
44040235
45446255
42,634,215
Africa
Egypt
Area
Sq. km
1,001,450
Africa
Egypt
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Egypt
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.990
1.137
1.236
person/yr
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.059
0.059
0.074
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.059
0.059
0.074
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
Population
267236
278464
256,009
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
Area
Sq. km
28,051
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
0.231
0.220
0.267
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Africa
Eritrea
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
----Africa
Eritrea
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
----Africa
Eritrea
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
----Africa
Eritrea
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.115
0.114
0.130
Africa
Eritrea
Population
2593766
2632662
2,554,870
Africa
Eritrea
Area
Sq. km
121,320
Africa
Eritrea
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Eritrea
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.045
0.044
0.049
person/yr
Africa
Ethiopia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Ethiopia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.622
1.639
1.900
Africa
Ethiopia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Ethiopia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.507
1.525
1.770
Africa
Ethiopia
Population
37252538
38468619
36,036,457
Africa
Ethiopia
Area
Sq. km
1,127,127
Africa
Ethiopia
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Ethiopia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.042
0.041
0.046
person/yr
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
CO2 emission -Coal
ET
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
1.622
1.639
1.900
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.622
1.639
1.900
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
Population
37252538
38468619
36,036,457
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
Area
Sq. km
1,127,127
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
0.962
305231

1984
0.820
313925

1985
0.787
322619

1986
0.718
331312

1987
0.731
340006

1988
0.715
348700

3.153

2.611

2.441

2.168

2.149

2.050

2.509
54.571
7.608
64.688
46852274

2.509
60.648
8.883
72.040
48258294

2.555
65.341
11.168
79.063
49664314

2.835
65.303
12.756
80.894
51070334

3.246
67.352
13.187
83.785
52476354

2.867
66.520
13.868
83.255
53882373

1.381

1.493

1.592

1.584

1.597

1.545

0.000
0.068
0.000
0.068
289691

0.000
0.075
0.000
0.075
300918

0.000
0.085
0.000
0.085
312146

0.000
0.085
0.000
0.085
323373

0.000
0.080
0.000
0.080
334600

0.000
0.079
0.000
0.079
345827

0.234

0.248

0.272

0.263

0.240

0.227

----

----

----

----

----

0.148
2671558

0.143
2710454

0.171
2749351

0.165
2788247

0.183
2827143

0.169
2866039

0.056

0.053

0.062

0.059

0.065

0.059

0.000
2.204
0.000
2.055
39684700

0.000
2.154
0.000
2.011
40900781

0.000
2.622
0.000
2.451
42116863

0.000
2.558
0.000
2.393
43332944

0.000
2.885
0.000
2.702
44549025

0.000
2.702
0.000
2.533
45765106

0.052

0.049

0.058

0.055

0.061

0.055

0.000
2.204
0.000
2.204
39684700

0.000
2.154
0.000
2.154
40900781

0.000
2.622
0.000
2.622
42116863

0.000
2.558
0.000
2.558
43332944

0.000
2.885
0.000
2.885
44549025

0.000
2.702
0.000
2.702
45765106

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
Africa
Gabon
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Gabon
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.545
1.612
1.527
Africa
Gabon
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
3.230
3.262
3.307
Africa
Gabon
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4.775
4.874
4.833
Africa
Gabon
Population
736020
758515
713,525
Africa
Gabon
Area
Sq. km
267,667
Africa
Gabon
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Gabon
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
6.692
6.622
6.372
person/yr
Africa
Gambia, The
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Gambia, The
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.160
0.159
0.159
Africa
Gambia, The
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Gambia, The
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.160
0.159
0.159
Africa
Gambia, The
Population
699631
728740
670,523
Africa
Gambia, The
Area
Sq. km
11,300
Africa
Gambia, The
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Gambia, The
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.238
0.227
0.218
person/yr
Africa
Ghana
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.004
0.004
0.004
Africa
Ghana
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2.257
2.063
2.258
Africa
Ghana
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Ghana
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2.261
2.067
2.263
Africa
Ghana
Population
11454027
11892450
11,015,603
Africa
Ghana
Area
Sq. km
239,460
Africa
Ghana
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Ghana
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.205
0.180
0.190
person/yr
Africa
Guinea
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Guinea
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.918
0.863
0.915
Africa
Guinea
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Guinea
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.918
0.863
0.915
Africa
Guinea
Population
4684882
4862102
4,507,663
Africa
Guinea
Area
Sq. km
245,857
Africa
Guinea
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Guinea
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.204
0.184
0.188
person/yr
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.088
0.088
0.083
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.088
0.088
0.083
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
Population
809799
830496
789,102
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
Area
Sq. km
36,120
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.112
0.108
0.100
person/yr
Africa
Kenya
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.047
0.233
0.086
Africa
Kenya
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
5.941
5.822
5.321
Africa
Kenya
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000

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1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

0.000
2.182
2.768
4.949
781011

0.000
1.752
3.541
5.293
803506

0.000
1.606
3.822
5.428
826001

0.000
1.472
2.530
4.001
848496

0.000
1.531
2.340
3.871
870991

0.000
1.704
2.463
4.167
893487

6.337

6.587

6.572

4.716

4.444

4.664

0.000
0.159
0.000
0.159
757848

0.000
0.164
0.000
0.164
786956

0.000
0.173
0.000
0.173
816065

0.000
0.161
0.000
0.161
845173

0.000
0.186
0.000
0.186
874281

0.000
0.192
0.000
0.192
903389

0.210

0.208

0.212

0.190

0.213

0.213

0.004
1.916
0.000
1.920
12330874

0.004
2.220
0.000
2.224
12769298

0.004
1.974
0.000
1.978
13207722

0.004
2.354
0.000
2.359
13646145

0.006
2.715
0.000
2.721
14084569

0.006
3.121
0.000
3.127
14522993

0.156

0.174

0.150

0.173

0.193

0.215

0.000
0.782
0.000
0.782
5039321

0.000
0.922
0.000
0.922
5216541

0.000
0.749
0.000
0.749
5393760

0.000
1.048
0.000
1.048
5570979

0.000
1.122
0.000
1.122
5748199

0.000
1.144
0.000
1.144
5925418

0.155

0.177

0.139

0.188

0.195

0.193

0.000
0.083
0.000
0.083
851193

0.000
0.109
0.000
0.109
871890

0.000
0.117
0.000
0.117
892587

0.000
0.077
0.000
0.077
913283

0.000
0.188
0.000
0.188
933980

0.000
0.211
0.000
0.211
954677

0.098

0.125

0.131

0.085

0.201

0.220

0.239
4.949
0.000

0.309
5.444
0.000

0.226
5.327
0.000

0.224
5.985
0.000

0.242
5.134
0.000

0.296
5.706
0.000

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Africa
Kenya
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5.988
6.055
5.407
Africa
Kenya
Population
17034102
17736803
16,331,401
Africa
Kenya
Area
Sq. km
582,650
Africa
Kenya
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Kenya
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.367
0.355
0.305
person/yr
Africa
Lesotho
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Lesotho
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.085
0.135
0.087
Africa
Lesotho
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Lesotho
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.085
0.135
0.087
Africa
Lesotho
Population
1379097
1413927
1,344,267
Africa
Lesotho
Area
Sq. km
30,355
Africa
Lesotho
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Lesotho
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.063
0.098
0.062
person/yr
Africa
Liberia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Liberia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2.054
1.878
1.938
Africa
Liberia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Liberia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2.054
1.878
1.938
Africa
Liberia
Population
1921887
1951617
1,892,157
Africa
Liberia
Area
Sq. km
111,370
Africa
Liberia
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Liberia
1.085
0.977
0.993
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Africa
Libya
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.002
0.002
0.002
Africa
Libya
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
13.585
16.672
18.251
Africa
Libya
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
18.249
10.307
10.122
Africa
Libya
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
31.836
26.981
28.375
Africa
Libya
Population
3172811
3280257
3,065,365
Africa
Libya
Area
Sq. km
1,759,540
Africa
Libya
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Libya
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
10.386
8.504
8.650
person/yr
Africa
Madagascar
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.024
0.029
0.029
Africa
Madagascar
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.265
1.057
0.803
Africa
Madagascar
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Madagascar
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.290
1.086
0.832
Africa
Madagascar
Population
8961349
9245877
8,676,821
Africa
Madagascar
Area
Sq. km
587,040
Africa
Madagascar
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Madagascar
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.149
0.121
0.090
person/yr
Africa
Malawi
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.157
0.116
0.147
Africa
Malawi
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.443
0.418
0.422
Africa
Malawi
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Malawi
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.600
0.534
0.569
Africa
Malawi
Population
6437630
6746182
6,129,078
Africa
Malawi
Area
Sq. km
118,480
Africa
Malawi
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
5.188
18439505

1984
5.753
19142206

1985
5.553
19844907

1986
6.208
20547608

1987
5.375
21250309

1988
6.002
21953011

0.281

0.301

0.280

0.302

0.253

0.273

0.000
0.089
0.000
0.089
1448756

0.000
0.093
0.000
0.093
1483586

0.000
0.153
0.000
0.153
1518416

0.000
0.156
0.000
0.156
1553246

0.000
0.156
0.000
0.156
1588076

0.000
0.103
0.000
0.103
1622905

0.061

0.062

0.101

0.100

0.098

0.064

0.000
1.887
0.000
1.887
1981346

0.000
1.601
0.000
1.601
2011076

0.000
1.623
0.000
1.623
2040806

0.000
1.280
0.000
1.280
2070536

0.000
0.986
0.000
0.986
2100266

0.000
1.121
0.000
1.121
2129995

0.952

0.796

0.795

0.618

0.469

0.527

0.002
18.868
9.696
28.566
3387703

0.002
18.002
9.011
27.015
3495149

0.002
19.686
9.347
29.036
3602595

0.005
19.478
10.575
30.057
3710041

0.005
20.531
10.328
30.864
3817487

0.005
20.923
13.358
34.286
3924933

8.432

7.729

8.060

8.102

8.085

8.735

0.027
1.192
0.000
1.219
9530404

0.017
1.146
0.000
1.163
9814932

0.010
1.282
0.000
1.292
10099460

0.027
0.884
0.000
0.910
10383988

0.029
1.238
0.000
1.267
10668516

0.029
1.363
0.000
1.392
10953043

0.128

0.119

0.128

0.088

0.119

0.127

0.106
0.350
0.000
0.456
7054734

0.099
0.331
0.000
0.430
7363286

0.080
0.397
0.000
0.477
7671838

0.068
0.407
0.000
0.475
7980390

0.068
0.370
0.000
0.437
8288942

0.039
0.370
0.000
0.409
8597494

Sheet 28 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Africa
Malawi
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.098
0.083
0.084
person/yr
Africa
Mali
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Mali
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.421
0.534
0.414
Africa
Mali
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Mali
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.421
0.534
0.414
Africa
Mali
Population
6880636
7030363
6,730,910
Africa
Mali
Area
Sq. km
1,240,000
Africa
Mali
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Mali
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.063
0.078
0.059
person/yr
Africa
Mauritania
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.014
0.014
0.017
Africa
Mauritania
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.550
0.625
0.625
Africa
Mauritania
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Mauritania
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.564
0.640
0.642
Africa
Mauritania
Population
1593075
1636561
1,549,589
Africa
Mauritania
Area
Sq. km
1,030,700
Africa
Mauritania
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Mauritania
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.364
0.402
0.392
person/yr
Africa
Africa
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.002
0.006
0.002
Africa
Mauritius
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.921
0.794
0.775
Africa
Mauritius
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Mauritius
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.924
0.800
0.778
Africa
Mauritius
Population
974682
985662
963,701
Africa
Mauritius
Area
Sq. km
2,040
Africa
Mauritius
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Mauritius
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.958
0.821
0.789
person/yr
Africa
Africa
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.136
2.254
2.504
Africa
Morocco
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
13.015
13.065
13.056
Africa
Morocco
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.137
0.176
0.166
Africa
Morocco
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
15.287
15.495
15.726
Africa
Morocco
Population
20007141
20527010
19,487,272
Africa
Morocco
Area
Sq. km
446,550
Africa
Morocco
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Morocco
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.784
0.774
0.766
person/yr
Africa
Mozambique
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.725
0.742
0.611
Africa
Mozambique
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.980
1.712
1.999
Africa
Mozambique
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Mozambique
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2.705
2.454
2.610
Africa
Mozambique
Population
12157930
12213242
12,102,619
Africa
Mozambique
Area
Sq. km
801,590
Africa
Mozambique
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Mozambique
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.224
0.202
0.214
person/yr
Africa
Namibia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
----Africa
Namibia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
----Africa
Namibia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
-----

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
0.065

1984
0.058

1985
0.062

1986
0.060

1987
0.053

1988
0.048

0.000
0.431
0.000
0.431
7180089

0.000
0.440
0.000
0.440
7329815

0.000
0.487
0.000
0.487
7479542

0.000
0.364
0.000
0.364
7629268

0.000
0.427
0.000
0.427
7778994

0.000
0.211
0.000
0.211
7928720

0.060

0.060

0.065

0.048

0.055

0.027

0.017
0.615
0.000
0.632
1680047

0.017
0.723
0.000
0.740
1723533

0.017
0.824
0.000
0.841
1767019

0.012
0.496
0.000
0.508
1810505

0.014
0.653
0.000
0.667
1853991

0.014
0.767
0.000
0.782
1897477

0.376

0.429

0.476

0.281

0.360

0.412

0.036
0.890
0.000
0.926
996643

0.060
0.864
0.000
0.924
1007623

0.065
0.884
0.000
0.949
1018604

0.135
1.098
0.000
1.233
1029585

0.075
0.928
0.000
1.003
1040565

0.096
1.336
0.000
1.432
1051546

0.929

0.917

0.932

1.198

0.964

1.362

2.949
13.250
0.177
16.376
21046878

2.552
12.850
0.111
15.513
21566747

2.767
13.332
0.166
16.265
22086616

4.467
13.545
0.166
18.177
22606485

4.954
13.060
0.116
18.130
23126354

4.797
13.868
0.117
18.782
23646222

0.778

0.719

0.736

0.804

0.784

0.794

0.458
2.074
0.000
2.532
12268553

0.317
1.887
0.000
2.204
12323864

0.268
2.044
0.000
2.313
12379176

0.257
0.993
0.000
1.249
12434487

0.157
1.021
0.000
1.177
12489798

0.161
1.510
0.000
1.671
12545109

0.206

0.179

0.187

0.100

0.094

0.133

----

----

----

----

----

Sheet 29 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Africa
Namibia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
8.471
9.230
9.952
Africa
Namibia
Population
1099350
1140680
1,058,021
Africa
Namibia
Area
Sq. km
825,418
Africa
Namibia
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Namibia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
8.006
8.396
8.725
person/yr
Africa
South Africa
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
188.217
206.079
220.561
Africa
South Africa
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
0.000
45.976
47.187
50.597
Africa
South Africa
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
South Africa
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
225.722
244.035
261.206
Africa
South Africa
Population
30165539
31079489
29,251,588
Africa
South Africa
Area
Sq. km
1,219,912
Africa
South Africa
Country's Dev Index
Africa
South Africa
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
7.717
8.090
8.404
person/yr
Africa
South Africa
CO2 emission -Coal
SF
Coal
188.217
206.079
220.561
Africa
South Africa
CO2 emission -Oil
0.000
45.976
47.187
50.597
Africa
South Africa
CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
South Africa
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
234.193
253.265
271.158
Africa
South Africa
Population
30165539
31079489
29,251,588
Africa
South Africa
Area
Sq. km
1,219,912
Africa
South Africa
Country's Dev Index
Africa
South Africa
Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
Africa
Nigeria
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.444
0.297
0.152
Africa
Nigeria
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
23.224
26.171
31.193
Africa
Nigeria
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
44.828
30.336
26.116
Africa
Nigeria
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
68.496
56.804
57.461
Africa
Nigeria
Population
70551885
72547682
68,556,088
Africa
Nigeria
Area
Sq. km
923,768
Africa
Nigeria
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Nigeria
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.999
0.805
0.792
person/yr
Africa
Reunion
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Reunion
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.605
0.597
0.643
Africa
Reunion
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Reunion
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.605
0.597
0.643
Africa
Reunion
Population
516044
525074
507,015
Africa
Reunion
Area
Sq. km
2512
Africa
Reunion
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Reunion
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.193
1.156
1.225
person/yr
Africa
Rwanda
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Rwanda
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.152
0.340
0.332
Africa
Rwanda
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Rwanda
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.152
0.340
0.332
Africa
Rwanda
Population
5317194
5495699
5,138,689
Africa
Rwanda
Area
Sq. km
26,338
Africa
Rwanda
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
10.150
1182009

1984
10.947
1223338

1985
11.173
1264668

1986
11.487
1305997

1987
11.788
1347326

1988
12.008
1388655

8.587

8.948

8.835

8.796

8.749

8.647

226.029
48.712
0.000
264.591
31993440

242.553
51.916
0.000
283.522
32907390

249.325
49.481
0.000
287.633
33821341

254.475
51.048
0.000
294.035
34735292

262.273
49.620
0.000
300.106
35649242

267.368
48.798
0.000
304.158
36563193

8.270

8.616

8.504

8.465

8.418

8.319

226.029
48.712
0.000
274.741
31993440

242.553
51.916
0.000
294.469
32907390

249.325
49.481
0.000
298.806
33821341

254.475
51.048
0.000
305.522
34735292

262.273
49.620
0.000
311.894
35649242

267.368
48.798
0.000
316.166
36563193

0.145
29.026
27.274
56.445
74543479

0.189
29.192
29.333
58.714
76539276

0.347
31.880
29.684
61.910
78535073

0.280
29.431
29.351
59.062
80530870

0.270
30.464
28.720
59.453
82526667

0.155
32.776
29.680
62.611
84522464

0.757

0.767

0.788

0.733

0.720

0.741

0.000
0.736
0.000
0.736
534103

0.000
0.809
0.000
0.809
543132

0.000
0.810
0.000
0.810
552162

0.000
0.793
0.000
0.793
561191

0.000
0.884
0.000
0.884
570220

0.000
1.069
0.000
1.069
579249

1.379

1.489

1.467

1.413

1.550

1.845

0.000
0.297
0.000
0.297
5674204

0.000
0.505
0.000
0.505
5852709

0.000
0.490
0.000
0.490
6031214

0.000
0.559
0.000
0.559
6209718

0.000
0.651
0.000
0.651
6388223

0.000
0.621
0.000
0.621
6566728

Sheet 30 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Africa
Rwanda
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.030
0.064
0.060
person/yr
Africa
Saint Helena
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Saint Helena
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
NA
0.003
0.003
Africa
Saint Helena
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Saint Helena
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.000
0.003
0.003
Africa
Saint Helena
Population
6489
6509
6,469
Africa
Saint Helena
Area
Sq. km
413
Africa
Saint Helena
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Saint Helena
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.000
0.446
0.461
person/yr
Africa
Sao Tome and Principe
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Sao Tome and Principe
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.032
0.031
0.032
Sao Tome and Principe
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Africa
Sao Tome and Principe
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.032
0.031
0.032
Sao Tome and Principe
Population
96609
99147
Africa
94,071
Sao Tome and Principe
Area
Sq. km
1,001
Africa
Africa
Sao Tome and Principe
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Sao Tome and Principe
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.335
0.326
0.318
person/yr
Africa
Senegal
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Senegal
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2.574
2.477
2.547
Africa
Senegal
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Senegal
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2.574
2.477
2.547
Africa
Senegal
Population
5811973
5984161
5,639,785
Africa
Senegal
Area
Sq. km
196,190
Africa
Senegal
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Senegal
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.456
0.426
0.426
person/yr
Africa
Seychelles
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Seychelles
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.221
0.170
0.163
Africa
Seychelles
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Seychelles
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.221
0.170
0.163
Africa
Seychelles
Population
67184
67879
66,489
Africa
Seychelles
Area
Sq. km
455
Africa
Seychelles
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Seychelles
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
3.330
2.534
2.397
person/yr
Africa
Sierra Leone
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Sierra Leone
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.700
0.765
0.689
Africa
Sierra Leone
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Sierra Leone
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.700
0.765
0.689
Africa
Sierra Leone
Population
3417031
3506942
3,327,121
Africa
Sierra Leone
Area
Sq. km
71,740
Africa
Sierra Leone
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Sierra Leone
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.211
0.224
0.196
person/yr
Africa
Somalia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Somalia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.992
1.267
1.311
Africa
Somalia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
0.052

1984
0.086

1985
0.081

1986
0.090

1987
0.102

1988
0.095

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003
6529

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003
6549

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003
6569

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003
6589

0.000
0.006
0.000
0.006
6609

0.000
0.006
0.000
0.006
6629

0.460

0.459

0.479

0.478

0.956

0.953

0.000
0.032
0.000
0.032
101686

0.000
0.032
0.000
0.032
104224

0.000
0.035
0.000
0.035
106762

0.000
0.035
0.000
0.035
109300

0.000
0.035
0.000
0.035
111838

0.000
0.035
0.000
0.035
114377

0.311

0.305

0.324

0.317

0.310

0.303

0.000
2.444
0.000
2.444
6156348

0.000
2.876
0.000
2.876
6328536

0.000
2.829
0.000
2.829
6500724

0.000
2.877
0.000
2.877
6672912

0.000
2.937
0.000
2.937
6845100

0.000
2.519
0.000
2.519
7017287

0.397

0.454

0.435

0.431

0.429

0.359

0.000
0.270
0.000
0.270
68574

0.000
0.291
0.000
0.291
69269

0.000
0.313
0.000
0.313
69964

0.000
0.316
0.000
0.316
70659

0.000
0.337
0.000
0.337
71354

0.000
0.463
0.000
0.463
72049

3.934

4.201

4.475

4.478

4.716

6.427

0.000
0.779
0.000
0.779
3596852

0.000
0.771
0.000
0.771
3686762

0.000
0.735
0.000
0.735
3776673

0.000
0.907
0.000
0.907
3866583

0.000
0.974
0.000
0.974
3956493

0.000
1.026
0.000
1.026
4046403

0.217

0.209

0.195

0.235

0.246

0.254

0.000
1.280
0.000

0.000
1.346
0.000

0.000
1.326
0.000

0.000
1.411
0.000

0.000
1.068
0.000

0.000
1.072
0.000

Sheet 31 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Africa
Somalia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.992
1.267
1.311
Africa
Somalia
Population
5879141
5967577
5,790,705
Africa
Somalia
Area
Sq. km
637,657
Africa
Somalia
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Somalia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.171
0.216
0.220
person/yr
Africa
Sudan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Sudan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
3.257
3.489
3.726
Africa
Sudan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Sudan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3.257
3.489
3.726
Africa
Sudan
Population
19820329
20576667
19,063,992
Africa
Sudan
Area
Sq. km
2,505,810
Africa
Sudan
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Sudan
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.171
0.176
0.181
person/yr
Africa
Swaziland
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.432
0.403
0.403
Africa
Swaziland
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.171
0.289
0.289
Africa
Swaziland
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Swaziland
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.603
0.692
0.692
Africa
Swaziland
Population
638775
666124
611,427
Africa
Swaziland
Area
Sq. km
17,363
Africa
Swaziland
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Swaziland
0.986
1.083
1.038
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Africa
Tanzania
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.006
0.005
0.005
Africa
Tanzania
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2.032
2.317
2.074
Africa
Tanzania
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Tanzania
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2.038
2.322
2.079
Africa
Tanzania
Population
19357565
19999823
18,715,307
Africa
Tanzania
Area
Sq. km
945,087
Africa
Tanzania
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Tanzania
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.109
0.120
0.104
person/yr
Africa
Togo
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Togo
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.579
0.524
0.516
Africa
Togo
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Togo
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.579
0.524
0.516
Africa
Togo
Population
2706558
2817481
2,595,635
Africa
Togo
Area
Sq. km
56,785
Africa
Togo
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Togo
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.223
0.194
0.183
person/yr
Africa
Tunisia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.260
0.299
0.210
Africa
Tunisia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
7.308
8.346
7.764
Africa
Tunisia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.829
0.910
1.175
Africa
Tunisia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
8.397
9.555
9.149
Africa
Tunisia
Population
6619589
6795994
6,443,183
Africa
Tunisia
Area
Sq. km
163,610
Africa
Tunisia
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
1.280
6056014

1984
1.346
6144450

1985
1.326
6232886

1986
1.411
6321322

1987
1.068
6409758

1988
1.072
6498195

0.211

0.219

0.213

0.223

0.167

0.165

0.000
3.647
0.000
3.647
21333004

0.000
3.356
0.000
3.356
22089342

0.000
3.672
0.000
3.672
22845679

0.000
4.271
0.000
4.271
23602016

0.000
4.138
0.000
4.138
24358354

0.000
4.519
0.000
4.519
25114691

0.171

0.152

0.161

0.181

0.170

0.180

0.250
0.289
0.000
0.540
693472

0.307
0.285
0.000
0.592
720820

0.408
0.287
0.000
0.695
748169

0.422
0.283
0.000
0.706
775517

0.405
0.323
0.000
0.727
802865

0.405
0.331
0.000
0.736
830213

0.778

0.821

0.929

0.910

0.906

0.887

0.010
2.010
0.000
2.020
20642081

0.007
2.075
0.000
2.083
21284339

0.010
2.177
0.000
2.186
21926598

0.010
2.161
0.000
2.171
22568856

0.007
2.252
0.000
2.259
23211114

0.007
2.340
0.000
2.348
23853372

0.098

0.098

0.100

0.096

0.097

0.098

0.000
0.557
0.000
0.557
2928404

0.000
0.679
0.000
0.679
3039327

0.000
0.619
0.000
0.619
3150251

0.000
0.542
0.000
0.542
3261174

0.000
0.494
0.000
0.494
3372097

0.000
0.521
0.000
0.521
3483020

0.190

0.223

0.196

0.166

0.147

0.150

0.306
8.984
1.305
10.595
6972400

0.313
8.542
2.284
11.139
7148806

0.300
7.908
2.741
10.949
7325212

0.277
9.098
2.545
11.920
7501617

0.311
7.627
2.948
10.886
7678023

0.363
8.914
2.558
11.835
7854429

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Africa
Tunisia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.303
1.443
1.346
person/yr
Africa
Uganda
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Uganda
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.751
0.467
0.560
Africa
Uganda
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Uganda
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.751
0.467
0.560
Africa
Uganda
Population
12774336
13252080
12,296,592
Africa
Uganda
Area
Sq. km
236,040
Africa
Uganda
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Uganda
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.061
0.037
0.042
person/yr
Africa
Western Sahara
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Western Sahara
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.166
0.159
0.192
Africa
Western Sahara
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Western Sahara
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.166
0.159
0.192
Africa
Western Sahara
Population
132392
138933
125,852
Africa
Western Sahara
Area
Sq. km
266,000
Africa
Western Sahara
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Western Sahara
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.319
1.200
1.384
person/yr
Africa
Zambia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.40
1.19
1.42
Africa
Zambia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2.299
2.100
2.102
Africa
Zambia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Zambia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3.698
3.293
3.524
Africa
Zambia
Population
5923969
6148160
5,699,777
Africa
Zambia
Area
Sq. km
752,614
Africa
Zambia
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Zambia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.649
0.556
0.573
person/yr
Africa
Zimbabwe
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
7.04
6.57
6.43
Africa
Zimbabwe
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.830
1.975
1.691
Africa
Zimbabwe
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0
0
0
Africa
Zimbabwe
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
8.865
8.547
8.122
Africa
Zimbabwe
Population
7468377
7766785
7,169,968
Africa
Zimbabwe
Area
Sq. km
390,580
Africa
Zimbabwe
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Zimbabwe
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.236
1.144
1.046
person/yr
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Africa
Africa
Coal
206.076
224.934
239.817
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Africa
Africa
Oil
210.347
225.291
239.065
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Africa
Africa
Gas
118.043
83.657
90.992
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
534.466
533.882
569.874
Africa
Africa
Population
Africa
Africa
465150998
480146304
495141609
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Africa
29092917
Africa
Africa
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Africa
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.149
1.112
1.151
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.238
0.276
0.321
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.060
1.203
1.081
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.111
0.166
0.276
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.408
1.646
1.678
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
1.520

1984
1.558

1985
1.495

1986
1.589

1987
1.418

1988
1.507

0.000
0.545
0.000
0.545
13729825

0.000
0.557
0.000
0.557
14207569

0.000
0.588
0.000
0.588
14685313

0.000
0.668
0.000
0.668
15163057

0.000
0.563
0.000
0.563
15640801

0.000
0.853
0.000
0.853
16118546

0.040

0.039

0.040

0.044

0.036

0.053

0.000
0.188
0.000
0.188
145473

0.000
0.193
0.000
0.193
152013

0.000
0.196
0.000
0.196
158554

0.000
0.197
0.000
0.197
165094

0.000
0.203
0.000
0.203
171634

0.000
0.207
0.000
0.207
178174

1.293

1.270

1.235

1.192

1.184

1.159

1.07
2.074
0.000
3.140
6372352

1.19
1.840
0.000
3.034
6596544

1.16
1.735
0.000
2.900
6820736

1.27
1.766
0.000
3.040
7044927

1.08
1.883
0.000
2.958
7269119

1.21
2.047
0.000
3.253
7493311

0.493

0.460

0.425

0.431

0.407

0.434

7.59
2.008
0
9.599
8065194

7.11
2.100
0
9.215
8363602

7.42
2.140
0
9.558
8662011

10.07
2.282
0
12.349
8960419

12.07
2.522
0
14.596
9258828

12.39
2.428
0
14.816
9557236

1.190

1.102

1.103

1.378

1.576

1.550

246.593
244.233
103.900
594.726
510136915

263.315
254.261
108.152
625.728
525132221

269.907
263.940
107.298
641.145
540127527

279.537
265.038
114.121
658.696
555122832

290.431
266.786
117.582
674.799
570118138

295.553
274.523
120.481
690.558
585113444

1.166

1.192

1.187

1.187

1.184

1.180

0.321
1.309
0.276
1.906

0.327
1.387
0.276
1.990

0.334
1.780
0.000
2.114

0.354
2.040
0.000
2.394

0.369
2.065
1.500
3.934

0.305
1.936
4.277
6.518
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
Population
15067868
15023587
15,112,149
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
Area
Sq. km
647,500
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.093
0.109
0.112
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.304
0.475
0.693
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.304
0.475
0.693
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
Population
33896
35374
32,418
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
Area
Sq. km
199
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
9.388
14.007
19.588
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Australia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
98.418
96.295
100.148
Asia & Oceania
Australia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
82.000
79.443
84.993
Asia & Oceania
Australia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
17.888
20.444
22.649
Asia & Oceania
Australia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
198.306
196.182
207.790
Asia & Oceania
Australia
Population
14856523
15097147
14,615,900
Asia & Oceania
Australia
Area
Sq. km
7,686,850
Asia & Oceania
Australia
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Australia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
13.568
13.205
13.763
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.600
0.628
0.763
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
4.664
4.924
5.096
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.484
2.965
3.229
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
7.748
8.517
9.089
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
Population
90258991
92440986
88,076,996
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
Area
Sq. km
144,000
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
0.088
0.094
0.098
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.003
0.003
0.003
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.003
0.023
0.028
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.005
0.026
0.030
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
Population
1312672
1344344
1,281,000
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
Area
Sq. km
47,000
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
0.004
0.020
0.023
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.005
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.524
0.691
0.575
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
4.563
4.870
5.263
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5.092
5.561
5.839
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
Population
192515
199810
185,220
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
Area
Sq. km
5,770
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
27.490
28.888
29.221
person/yr
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
14979306

1984
14935025

1985
14890744

1986
14846463

1987
14802182

1988
14757901

0.127

0.133

0.142

0.161

0.266

0.442

0.000
0.432
0.000
0.432
36852

0.000
0.499
0.000
0.499
38330

0.000
0.468
0.000
0.468
39809

0.000
0.482
0.000
0.482
41287

0.000
0.492
0.000
0.492
42765

0.000
0.485
0.000
0.485
44243

11.709

13.026

11.751

11.682

11.499

10.973

98.118
81.092
24.965
204.175
15337770

105.078
84.367
24.500
213.944
15578393

113.262
85.168
26.155
224.585
15819017

111.451
89.132
28.575
229.158
16059640

118.553
90.683
29.293
238.528
16300263

124.740
95.167
30.559
250.466
16540886

13.312

13.733

14.197

14.269

14.633

15.142

0.409
4.303
3.408
8.119
94622981

0.158
4.616
4.719
9.493
96804976

0.250
4.863
4.968
10.081
98986971

0.378
5.102
5.613
11.093
101168965

0.595
5.102
6.523
12.220
103350960

0.516
5.294
7.456
13.265
105532955

0.086

0.098

0.102

0.110

0.118

0.126

0.003
0.025
0.000
0.028
1376016

0.002
0.022
0.000
0.024
1407688

0.002
0.029
0.000
0.031
1439360

0.003
0.029
0.000
0.032
1471031

0.048
0.030
0.000
0.078
1502703

0.051
0.030
0.000
0.080
1534375

0.020

0.017

0.022

0.022

0.052

0.052

0.000
0.648
4.169
4.818
207106

0.000
0.703
3.657
4.360
214401

0.000
0.811
4.114
4.925
221696

0.000
0.738
2.713
3.450
228991

0.000
0.840
4.322
5.163
236286

0.000
0.855
3.758
4.614
243582

23.262

20.334

22.216

15.067

21.849

18.941

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
0.15
0.20
0.26
0.23
0.25
Asia & Oceania
Burma
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
3.37
3.31
3.58
3.89
4.03
Asia & Oceania
Burma
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.61
0.66
0.88
1.03
1.27
Asia & Oceania
Burma
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
Asia & Oceania
Burma
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4.132
4.165
4.719
5.144
5.553
Asia & Oceania
Burma
Population
33807374
34331688
34856002
35380316
33,283,060
Asia & Oceania
Burma
Area
Sq. km
678,500
Asia & Oceania
Burma
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Burma
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.124
0.123
0.137
0.148
0.157
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.041
0.041
0.041
0.233
0.263
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.041
0.041
0.041
0.233
0.263
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
Population
6854097
7122654
7391210
7659767
6,585,541
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
Area
Sq. km
181,040
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.006
0.006
0.006
0.032
0.034
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
China
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1167.643
1151.135
1228.236
1298.770
1427.769
Asia & Oceania
China
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
256.326
242.379
237.682
249.394
253.525
Asia & Oceania
China
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
30.685
27.343
23.151
28.966
26.614
Asia & Oceania
China
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1454.654
1420.857
1489.069
1577.130
1707.907
Asia & Oceania
China
Population
1001099261
1017462062
1033824863 1050187664
984,736,460
Asia & Oceania
China
Area
Sq. km
9,596,960
Asia & Oceania
China
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
China
1.477
1.419
1.464
1.526
1.626
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.026
0.052
0.058
0.056
0.057
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.026
0.052
0.058
0.056
0.057
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
Population
18032
18054
18076
18098
18,010
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
Area
Sq. km
240
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.454
2.889
3.234
3.094
3.161
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
East Timor
CO2 emission -Coal
TT
Coal
-----Asia & Oceania
East Timor
CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
-----Asia & Oceania
East Timor
CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
-----Asia & Oceania
East Timor
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
East Timor
Population
557,162
Asia & Oceania
East Timor
Area
Sq. km
15,007
Asia & Oceania
East Timor
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
East Timor
Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.043
0.037
0.048
0.037
0.045
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.372
0.767
1.048
0.960
0.623
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.416
0.804
1.096
0.998
0.669
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
Population
644864
655223
665581
675940
634,506

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1985
0.27
4.14
1.55
5.961
35904631

1986
0.21
2.37
2.10
4.680
36428945

1987
0.14
2.44
2.22
4.801
36953259

1988
0.12
2.22
2.03
4.367
37477573

0.166

0.128

0.130

0.117

0.000
0.301
0.000
0.301
7928323

0.000
0.354
0.000
0.354
8196879

0.000
0.452
0.000
0.452
8465436

0.000
0.467
0.000
0.467
8733992

0.038

0.043

0.053

0.054

1536.776
1626.741
1738.267
1858.186
273.929
293.533
311.896
327.532
27.769
29.409
30.035
30.581
1838.473
1949.684
2080.197
2216.300
1066550465 1082913266 1099276067 1115638868

1.724

1.800

1.892

1.987

0.000
0.057
0.000
0.057
18121

0.000
0.054
0.000
0.054
18143

0.000
0.054
0.000
0.054
18165

0.000
0.054
0.000
0.054
18187

3.166

2.962

2.958

2.955

----

----

----

----

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.033
0.658
0.000
0.691
686298

0.031
0.770
0.000
0.801
696656

0.012
0.800
0.000
0.813
707015

0.017
0.819
0.000
0.835
717373

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
Area
Sq. km
18,270
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
2.231
1.247
1.672
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.222
0.327
0.453
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.222
0.327
0.453
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
Population
155989
161082
150,896
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
Area
Sq. km
4,167
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.468
2.097
2.813
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Guam
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Guam
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
3.901
4.775
4.164
Asia & Oceania
Guam
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Guam
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3.901
4.775
4.164
Asia & Oceania
Guam
Population
109595
112320
106,869
Asia & Oceania
Guam
Area
Sq. km
549
Asia & Oceania
Guam
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Guam
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
36.500
43.574
37.074
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands CO2 emission -Coal
IQ
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
0.156
0.156
0.157
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.156
0.156
0.157
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands Population
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.071
0.176
3.256
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
20.288
21.180
20.145
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
20.358
21.356
23.401
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
Population
5125586
5188072
5,063,100
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
Area
Sq. km
1,092
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
4.021
4.167
4.511
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
India
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
190.349
222.671
232.085
Asia & Oceania
India
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
91.454
103.927
103.639
Asia & Oceania
India
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
6.896
8.422
10.087
Asia & Oceania
India
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
288.698
335.021
345.811
Asia & Oceania
India
Population
702491865
717954447
687,029,282
Asia & Oceania
India
Area
Sq. km
3,287,590
Asia & Oceania
India
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
India
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.420
0.477
0.482
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.443
1.764
1.432
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
60.057
66.302
70.446
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1.499

0.989

1.007

1.149

1.149

1.165

0.000
0.587
0.000
0.587
166175

0.000
0.849
0.000
0.849
171268

0.000
0.759
0.000
0.759
176361

0.000
0.959
0.000
0.959
181454

0.000
0.989
0.000
0.989
186547

0.000
0.983
0.000
0.983
191640

3.533

4.958

4.304

5.284

5.304

5.131

0.000
4.048
0.000
4.048
115046

0.000
1.389
0.000
1.389
117771

0.000
0.668
0.000
0.668
120497

0.000
1.095
0.000
1.095
123223

0.000
0.766
0.000
0.766
125948

0.000
0.797
0.000
0.797
128674

35.186

11.794

5.540

8.888

6.078

6.194

0.000
0.155
0.000
0.155

0.000
0.148
0.000
0.148

0.000
0.132
0.000
0.132

0.000
0.132
0.000
0.132

0.000
0.132
0.000
0.132

0.000
0.180
0.000
0.180

7.697
18.234
0.000
25.931
5250558

10.012
17.961
0.000
27.973
5313044

12.381
16.247
0.000
28.628
5375530

14.320
17.167
0.000
31.487
5438015

17.885
17.544
0.000
35.429
5500501

20.687
18.569
0.000
39.255
5562987

4.939

5.265

5.326

5.790

6.441

7.057

244.019
108.832
10.905
363.755
733417030

289.994
112.035
11.288
413.318
748879612

301.543
123.354
15.468
440.365
764342195

322.918
130.109
16.604
469.632
779804778

324.949
136.556
20.972
482.477
795267360

341.256
150.079
26.600
517.936
810729943

0.496

0.552

0.576

0.602

0.607

0.639

1.575
69.949

2.739
70.015

3.641
66.575

8.212
68.530

8.971
72.551

10.359
76.481
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
24.051
25.496
22.787
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
85.551
93.562
94.665
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
Population
157741422
161104085
154,378,760
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
Area
Sq. km
1,919,440
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.554
0.593
0.588
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Japan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
187.554
203.317
198.435
Asia & Oceania
Japan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
697.327
667.200
602.765
Asia & Oceania
Japan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
51.055
52.277
52.932
Asia & Oceania
Japan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
935.936
922.794
854.133
Asia & Oceania
Japan
Population
117480318
118153327
116,807,309
Asia & Oceania
Japan
Area
Sq. km
377,835
Asia & Oceania
Japan
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Japan
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
8.013
7.855
7.229
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.024
0.028
0.027
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.024
0.028
0.027
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
Population
58917
60297
57,536
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
Area
Sq. km
811
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.420
0.483
0.442
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
102.805
106.288
111.931
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
6.984
7.498
7.773
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
109.789
113.786
119.704
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
Population
17404118
17694610
17,113,626
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
Area
Sq. km
120,540
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
6.415
6.538
6.765
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
52.469
58.982
60.493
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
82.351
80.865
80.610
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
134.820
139.846
141.103
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
Population
38598500
39073000
38,124,000
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
Area
Sq. km
98,480
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
3.536
3.623
3.611
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Laos
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Laos
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.421
0.168
0.156
Asia & Oceania
Laos
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Laos
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.421
0.169
0.156
Asia & Oceania
Laos
Population
3384888
3476618
3,293,159
Asia & Oceania
Laos
Area
Sq. km
236,800
Asia & Oceania
Laos
Country's Dev Index
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
25.715
97.239
164466747

1984
28.507
101.261
167829409

1985
36.181
106.398
171192072

1986
31.458
108.200
174554734

1987
38.588
120.110
177917396

1988
36.799
123.640
181280058

0.591

0.603

0.622

0.620

0.675

0.682

189.723
576.679
56.505
822.907
118826336

213.452
601.961
75.851
891.265
119499345

225.182
581.135
81.118
887.436
120172354

204.842
578.178
82.577
865.597
120845363

210.751
582.077
85.394
878.223
121518372

236.092
620.477
89.431
946.000
122191381

6.925

7.458

7.385

7.163

7.227

7.742

0.000
0.025
0.000
0.025
61678

0.000
0.021
0.000
0.021
63058

0.000
0.021
0.000
0.021
64439

0.000
0.019
0.000
0.019
65819

0.000
0.022
0.000
0.022
67200

0.000
0.022
0.000
0.022
68580

0.410

0.332

0.327

0.287

0.328

0.322

116.638
8.488
0.000
125.126
17985102

119.931
9.004
0.000
128.935
18275594

125.200
9.668
0.000
134.868
18566086

123.454
10.310
0.000
133.764
18856578

117.636
10.402
0.000
128.039
19147070

119.182
9.914
0.000
129.096
19437562

6.957

7.055

7.264

7.094

6.687

6.642

66.296
83.107
0.000
149.403
39547500

77.764
85.653
0.000
163.417
40022000

89.075
83.062
0.000
172.137
40496500

96.558
82.225
0.148
178.932
40971000

94.219
85.705
4.413
184.336
41445500

97.454
103.261
5.701
206.416
41920000

3.778

4.083

4.251

4.367

4.448

4.924

0.001
0.160
0.000
0.161
3568347

0.001
0.143
0.000
0.144
3660076

0.002
0.165
0.000
0.167
3751806

0.005
0.202
0.000
0.206
3843535

0.002
0.203
0.000
0.205
3935264

0.002
0.200
0.000
0.203
4026993

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Asia & Oceania
Laos
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.128
0.050
0.045
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Macau
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.010
0.002
0.002
Asia & Oceania
Macau
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.494
0.465
0.496
Asia & Oceania
Macau
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Macau
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.504
0.468
0.498
Asia & Oceania
Macau
Population
265371
274970
255,773
Asia & Oceania
Macau
Area
Sq. km
25
Asia & Oceania
Macau
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Macau
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.971
1.763
1.813
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.205
0.442
0.331
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
22.757
25.075
27.962
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
3.083
3.414
2.918
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
26.045
28.931
31.212
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
Population
14138278
14512203
13,764,352
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
Area
Sq. km
329,750
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.892
2.046
2.151
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.015
0.015
0.015
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.015
0.015
0.015
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
Population
160201
166446
153,957
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
Area
Sq. km
300
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.100
0.093
0.090
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
5.412
4.656
5.549
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.857
1.851
2.193
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
7.269
6.507
7.741
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
Population
1717776
1773172
1,662,380
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
Area
Sq. km
1,564,116
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
4.372
3.788
4.366
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.144
0.145
0.147
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.144
0.145
0.147
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
Population
7888
8066
7,710
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
Area
Sq. km
21
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
18.665
18.416
18.183
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.195
0.102
0.106
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.286
0.293
0.405
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
0.045

1984
0.039

1985
0.045

1986
0.054

1987
0.052

1988
0.050

0.002
0.692
0.000
0.694
284568

0.002
0.708
0.000
0.710
294166

0.000
0.644
0.000
0.644
303765

0.000
0.904
0.000
0.904
313363

0.000
1.002
0.000
1.002
322961

0.000
0.994
0.000
0.994
332559

2.440

2.414

2.122

2.884

3.101

2.990

0.840
29.168
7.578
37.586
14886129

0.928
28.858
13.248
43.034
15260054

1.203
28.475
15.470
45.148
15633980

0.971
28.753
19.214
48.938
16007905

1.329
28.694
16.026
46.050
16381831

1.384
29.723
15.925
47.033
16755756

2.525

2.820

2.888

3.057

2.811

2.807

0.000
0.015
0.000
0.015
172690

0.000
0.042
0.000
0.042
178935

0.000
0.054
0.000
0.054
185179

0.000
0.082
0.000
0.082
191423

0.000
0.082
0.000
0.082
197668

0.000
0.088
0.000
0.088
203912

0.087

0.236

0.289

0.428

0.414

0.433

5.825
2.165
0.000
7.989
1828568

5.810
2.307
0.000
8.117
1883964

6.530
2.573
0.000
9.103
1939360

7.197
2.589
0.000
9.786
1994756

7.692
2.601
0.000
10.293
2050152

8.002
2.640
0.000
10.642
2105548

4.369

4.308

4.694

4.906

5.021

5.054

0.000
0.145
0.000
0.145
8243

0.000
0.148
0.000
0.148
8421

0.000
0.149
0.000
0.149
8599

0.000
0.149
0.000
0.149
8777

0.000
0.149
0.000
0.149
8955

0.000
0.149
0.000
0.149
9132

17.622

17.622

17.308

16.945

16.609

16.286

0.109
0.403
0.000

0.251
0.406
0.000

0.199
0.367
0.000

0.132
0.559
0.000

0.210
0.606
0.000

0.215
0.593
0.000

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.482
0.394
0.511
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
Population
15447350
15878223
15,016,477
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
Area
Sq. km
140,800
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.032
0.026
0.032
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.248
0.169
0.134
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.665
1.652
1.150
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.913
1.822
1.284
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
Population
142296
145192
139,400
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
Area
Sq. km
19,060
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
13.725
12.803
8.843
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
5.215
5.332
5.352
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
13.228
12.196
11.624
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.897
2.324
4.030
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
20.340
19.852
21.006
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
Population
3189095
3208041
3,170,150
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
Area
Sq. km
268,680
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
6.416
6.225
6.548
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Niue
CO2 emission -Coal
NE
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Niue
CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
0.003
0.003
0.003
Asia & Oceania
Niue
CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Niue
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.003
0.003
0.003
Asia & Oceania
Niue
Population
Asia & Oceania
Niue
Area
Sq. km
260
Asia & Oceania
Niue
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Niue
Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
4.162
4.024
5.052
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
14.716
15.887
17.916
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
14.723
16.244
18.221
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
33.601
36.156
41.189
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
Population
88155053
91090989
85,219,117
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
Area
Sq. km
803,940
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.394
0.410
0.452
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.908
1.902
1.921
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.908
1.902
1.921
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea Population
3074574
3157931
2,991,217
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea Area
Sq. km
462,840
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
0.512
16309096

1984
0.657
16739969

1985
0.566
17170842

1986
0.691
17601715

1987
0.816
18032588

1988
0.808
18463461

0.031

0.039

0.033

0.039

0.045

0.044

0.200
0.937
0.000
1.137
148088

0.213
1.056
0.000
1.269
150984

0.366
1.019
0.000
1.384
153881

0.361
1.011
0.000
1.372
156777

0.314
1.169
0.000
1.483
159673

0.351
1.086
0.000
1.437
162569

7.680

8.405

8.997

8.752

9.288

8.839

5.666
11.244
4.294
21.203
3226986

5.556
11.672
5.508
22.736
3245932

5.439
10.678
7.126
23.243
3264877

4.639
11.572
8.412
24.623
3283822

5.043
12.371
8.117
25.531
3302768

5.491
13.029
8.886
27.406
3321713

6.571

7.005

7.119

7.498

7.730

8.251

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003

4.456
19.546
17.603
41.605
94026925

4.980
21.064
17.455
43.498
96962861

5.640
23.398
17.997
47.034
99898798

6.013
25.140
19.328
50.482
102834734

6.115
27.681
22.049
55.845
105770670

7.053
29.035
21.922
58.011
108706606

0.442

0.449

0.471

0.491

0.528

0.534

0.000
1.902
0.000
1.902
3241288

0.000
2.158
0.000
2.158
3324645

0.002
2.263
0.000
2.265
3408002

0.002
2.278
0.000
2.280
3491359

0.002
2.528
0.000
2.530
3574716

0.002
2.373
0.000
2.375
3658073

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.638
0.619
0.608
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.657
1.760
2.049
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
34.365
31.545
32.067
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
36.021
33.305
34.116
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
Population
52277976
53615770
50,940,182
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
Area
Sq. km
300,000
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.707
0.637
0.636
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.098
0.104
0.114
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.098
0.104
0.114
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
Population
156707
158237
155,177
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
Area
Sq. km
2,944
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.634
0.667
0.720
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.014
0.024
0.007
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
31.073
31.922
35.193
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
31.087
31.946
35.200
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
Population
2477220
2540540
2,413,900
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
Area
Sq. km
693
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
12.878
12.896
13.856
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.105
0.149
0.134
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.105
0.149
0.134
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
Population
242659
252866
232,452
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
Area
Sq. km
28,450
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.453
0.614
0.529
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.006
0.006
0.076
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
5.116
4.989
5.371
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5.122
4.996
5.447
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
Population
15129453
15358724
14,900,181
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
Area
Sq. km
65,610
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.344
0.330
0.355
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
13.326
12.064
13.859
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
57.700
52.040
50.088
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.377
2.932
1.769

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
0.587

1984
0.649

1985
0.665

1986
0.653

1987
0.708

1988
0.649

2.786
31.285
0.000
34.072
54953563

4.599
25.032
0.000
29.631
56291357

5.298
22.570
0.000
27.868
57629151

4.222
24.245
0.000
28.467
58966945

4.465
29.250
0.000
33.715
60304739

5.702
29.888
0.000
35.590
61642532

0.620

0.526

0.484

0.483

0.559

0.577

0.000
0.113
0.000
0.113
159767

0.000
0.134
0.000
0.134
161297

0.000
0.116
0.000
0.116
162827

0.000
0.116
0.000
0.116
164357

0.000
0.116
0.000
0.116
165887

0.000
0.116
0.000
0.116
167417

0.707

0.830

0.714

0.708

0.702

0.696

0.014
34.682
0.000
34.696
2603860

0.026
34.160
0.000
34.186
2667180

0.056
35.037
0.000
35.093
2730500

0.033
41.301
0.000
41.334
2793820

0.055
45.963
0.000
46.019
2857140

0.065
48.930
0.000
48.995
2920460

13.325

12.817

12.852

14.795

16.106

16.776

0.000
0.149
0.000
0.149
263074

0.000
0.144
0.000
0.144
273281

0.000
0.132
0.000
0.132
283488

0.000
0.132
0.000
0.132
293695

0.000
0.151
0.000
0.151
303902

0.000
0.162
0.000
0.162
314110

0.565

0.526

0.466

0.450

0.496

0.516

0.067
5.583
0.000
5.649
15587996

0.127
6.020
0.000
6.147
15817267

0.079
4.797
0.000
4.876
16046539

0.279
4.876
0.000
5.155
16275810

0.309
5.553
0.000
5.862
16505082

0.002
5.173
0.000
5.174
16734353

0.362

0.389

0.304

0.317

0.355

0.309

19.487
50.014
2.598

23.159
54.811
2.874

23.987
51.726
2.764

30.019
55.848
2.211

31.901
56.865
2.388

36.126
68.225
1.327

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
73.403
67.036
65.716
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
Population
18091384
18334447
17,848,320
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
Area
Sq. km
35,980
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
4.113
3.705
3.584
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.624
1.839
2.606
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
33.785
32.018
29.819
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
2.112
2.481
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
35.409
35.968
34.905
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
Population
47848191
48670617
47,025,764
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
Area
Sq. km
514,000
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.753
0.752
0.717
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.031
0.045
0.043
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.031
0.045
0.043
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
Population
91432
91503
91,361
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
Area
Sq. km
748
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
0.339
0.497
0.467
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.102
0.089
0.089
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.102
0.089
0.089
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
Population
120472
124174
116,771
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
Area
Sq. km
12,200
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.873
0.735
0.719
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
13.078
12.293
13.108
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
3.745
4.053
4.106
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.019
0.122
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
16.823
16.365
17.336
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
Population
55071952
56428702
53,715,202
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
Area
Sq. km
329,560
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.313
0.297
0.307
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.302
1.299
1.310
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.302
1.299
1.310
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
Population
75
75
75
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
Area
Sq. km
7.37
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
72.098
18577511

1984
80.844
18820575

1985
78.476
19063639

1986
88.078
19306702

1987
91.154
19549766

1988
105.678
19792830

3.881

4.295

4.117

4.562

4.663

5.339

2.439
31.591
3.004
37.034
49493044

2.942
33.954
3.695
40.592
50315470

6.064
33.018
6.757
45.839
51137897

6.258
33.344
5.913
45.514
51960323

7.909
36.669
6.942
51.520
52782750

8.615
40.190
10.179
58.984
53605176

0.748

0.807

0.896

0.876

0.976

1.100

0.000
0.045
0.000
0.045
91575

0.000
0.046
0.000
0.046
91646

0.000
0.047
0.000
0.047
91717

0.000
0.047
0.000
0.047
91788

0.000
0.069
0.000
0.069
91859

0.000
0.081
0.000
0.081
91931

0.496

0.497

0.516

0.515

0.755

0.880

0.000
0.085
0.000
0.085
127875

0.000
0.117
0.000
0.117
131577

0.000
0.126
0.000
0.126
135278

0.000
0.125
0.000
0.125
138979

0.000
0.119
0.000
0.119
142681

0.000
0.140
0.000
0.140
146382

0.664

0.889

0.931

0.896

0.835

0.958

13.508
4.150
0.122
17.780
57785453

13.423
4.237
0.115
17.775
59142203

15.256
4.362
0.076
19.694
60498953

14.489
4.473
0.076
19.039
61855703

16.513
5.127
0.076
21.716
63212453

14.345
5.946
0.057
20.348
64569204

0.308

0.301

0.326

0.308

0.344

0.315

0.000
1.299
0.000
1.299
75

0.000
1.265
0.000
1.265
75

0.000
1.260
0.000
1.260
75

0.000
1.279
0.000
1.279
75

0.000
1.279
0.000
1.279
75

0.000
1.269
0.000
1.269
75

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1980
1981
1982
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
17356.426
17319.891
17464.088
person/yr
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Coal
1846.943
1884.481
1985.646
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Oil
1544.265
1511.137
1454.452
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Gas
160.422
169.691
170.795
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3551.630
3565.309
3610.892
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Population
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
2476505715
2524502695
2572499674
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
29933357
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.434
1.412
1.404
person/yr
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
6489.834
6613.159
6723.763
World Total
World Total
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
8750.169
8426.170
8214.864
World Total
World Total
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
3090.673
3034.876
3035.509
World Total
World Total
World Total
World Total
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
18330.676
18074.205
17974.135
Population
4444523998
4527141165
4609758332
World Total
World Total
Area
Sq.
km
134499761
World Total
World Total
World Total
World Total
Country's Dev Index
World Total
World Total
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
4.124
3.992
3.899
person/yr

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1983
17316.672

1984
16871.253

1985
16796.231

1986
17053.830

1987
17053.830

1988
16913.690

2079.230
2309.537
2478.072
2584.092
2714.253
2896.316
1443.572
1485.832
1484.686
1526.875
1579.849
1695.656
191.143
219.578
247.511
254.353
278.859
295.490
3713.945
4014.948
4210.268
4365.321
4572.961
4887.462
2620496654 2668493634 2716490614 2764487593 2812484573 2860481553

1.417

1.505

1.550

1.579

1.626

1.709

6900.364
7311.135
7632.882
7759.703
7997.715
8233.884
8077.808
8235.085
8262.358
8485.480
8618.694
8845.337
3115.741
3396.568
3513.176
3545.314
3724.711
3918.815
18093.914 18942.788 19408.416 19790.496 20341.120 20998.036
4692375499 4774992666 4857609834 4940227001 5022844168 5105461335

3.856

3.967

3.995

4.006

4.050

4.113

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World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
North America
Bermuda
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Bermuda
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.943
0.658
0.548
North America
Bermuda
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Bermuda
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.943
0.658
0.548
North America
Bermuda
Population
57476
57781
58300
North America
Bermuda
Area
Sq. km
North America
Bermuda
Country's Dev Index
North America
Bermuda
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
16.409
11.381
9.405
person/yr
North America
Canada
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
123.982
113.628
116.032
North America
Canada
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
232.070
223.862
214.221
North America
Canada
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
134.306
131.401
133.124
North America
Canada
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
490.358
468.891
463.376
North America
Canada
Population
27470870
27790600
28139350
North America
Canada
Area
Sq. km
North America
Canada
Country's Dev Index
North America
Canada
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
17.850
16.872
16.467
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Greenland
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
North America
Greenland
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Greenland
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Greenland
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
55131
55678
55741
North America
Greenland
Population
North America
Greenland
Area
Sq. km
North America
Greenland
Country's Dev Index
North America
Greenland
0.000
0.000
0.000
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
15.834
15.383
14.392
North America
Mexico
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
221.873
231.017
237.429
North America
Mexico
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
51.092
53.793
55.911
North America
Mexico
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
288.799
300.193
307.732
North America
Mexico
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
83257035
84913652
86414949
North America
Mexico
Population
North America
Mexico
Area
Sq. km
North America
Mexico
Country's Dev Index
North America
Mexico
3.469
3.535
3.561
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.266
0.261
0.248
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.266
0.261
0.248
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
6381
6471
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Population
North America
6,424
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Area
Sq. km
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Country's Dev Index
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
41.612
40.611
38.302
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
1774.927
1781.807
1765.959
North America
United States
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2237.285
2169.578
2114.255
North America
United States
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1048.279
1050.341
1072.858
North America
United States
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
5060.492
5001.727
4953.072
North America
United States
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
247891351
253352568
North America
United States
Population
250,131,894

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
0.000
0.444
0.000
0.444
58819

1993
0.000
0.520
0.000
0.520
59338

1994
0.000
0.510
0.000
0.510
59857

1995
0.000
0.508
0.000
0.508
60376

1996
0.000
0.518
0.000
0.518
60895

1997
0.000
0.518
0.000
0.518
61414

7.556

8.770

8.513

8.414

8.501

8.429

120.211
219.046
144.063
483.321
28488099

112.416
221.718
148.730
482.864
28836849

115.423
223.512
153.863
492.798
29185599

117.831
228.765
159.286
505.882
29534349

119.136
236.014
161.797
516.947
29883098

134.497
248.344
160.410
543.252
30231848

16.966

16.745

16.885

17.129

17.299

17.970

0.000
0.495
0.000
0.495
55804

0.000
0.512
0.000
0.512
55867

0.000
0.517
0.000
0.517
55930

0.000
0.517
0.000
0.517
55994

0.000
0.525
0.000
0.525
56057

0.000
0.536
0.000
0.536
56120

8.873

9.161

9.240

9.229

9.358

9.546

15.208
238.786
56.186
310.181
87916246

17.597
237.313
60.099
315.009
89417542

17.010
253.733
62.977
333.719
90918839

19.213
234.150
65.414
318.777
92420136

23.266
233.206
74.013
330.485
93921433

24.562
242.848
79.700
347.110
95422730

3.528

3.523

3.671

3.449

3.519

3.638

0.000
0.230
0.000
0.230
6518

0.000
0.126
0.000
0.126
6566

0.000
0.129
0.000
0.129
6613

0.000
0.085
0.000
0.085
6660

0.000
0.085
0.000
0.085
6707

0.000
0.060
0.000
0.060
6754

35.248

19.175

19.516

12.762

12.674

8.855

1781.593
2164.530
1111.513
5057.636
256573241

1847.263
2166.663
1142.332
5156.258
259793915

1859.420
2209.701
1164.719
5233.839
263014589

1878.679
2192.122
1218.459
5289.260
266235263

1960.276
2275.035
1241.017
5476.328
269455936

2004.981
2293.508
1245.852
5544.341
272676610

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
North America
United States
Area
Sq. km
North America
United States
Country's Dev Index
North America
United States
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
20.414
19.996
19.550
person/yr
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
North America
North America
Coal
1914.743
1910.817
1896.384
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
North America
North America
Oil
2692.437
2625.376
2566.701
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
North America
North America
Gas
1233.677
1235.536
1261.892
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5840.857
5771.729
5724.976
North America
North America
Population
North America
North America
358738243
362956029
368027379
Area
Sq. km
North America
North America
North America
North America
Country's Dev Index
North America
North America
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
16.282
15.902
15.556
person/yr
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.404
0.423
0.415
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.404
0.423
0.415
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda Population
63304
63095
62,721
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
6.389
6.747
6.582
person/yr
3.117
2.024
2.562
Central & South AmericaArgentina
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
58.267
54.754
58.380
Central & South AmericaArgentina
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
48.737
43.509
47.603
Central & South AmericaArgentina
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
110.121
100.286
108.545
Central & South AmericaArgentina
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
32556962
33469755
Central & South AmericaArgentina
Population
33,022,202
Central & South AmericaArgentina
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaArgentina
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaArgentina
3.382
3.037
3.243
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaAruba
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.557
0.575
0.634
Central & South AmericaAruba
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaAruba
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.557
0.575
0.634
Central & South AmericaAruba
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
66014
66942
Central & South AmericaAruba
Population
66,653
Central & South AmericaAruba
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaAruba
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaAruba
8.434
8.628
9.464
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.808
2.984
2.580
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.808
2.984
2.580
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
252522
260535
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
Population
257,253
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaBahamas, The
11.119
11.599
9.903
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaBarbados
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.193
1.247
1.268
Central & South AmericaBarbados
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

19.712

19.847

19.899

19.867

20.324

20.333

1917.013
2623.532
1311.763
5852.308
373098728

1977.276
2626.852
1351.161
5955.289
378170078

1991.852
2688.101
1381.558
6061.511
383241427

2015.723
2656.148
1443.158
6115.029
388312777

2102.678
2745.382
1476.827
6324.887
393384126

2164.040
2785.813
1485.962
6435.815
398455476

15.686

15.748

15.816

15.748

16.078

16.152

0.000
0.415
0.000
0.415
63470

0.000
0.438
0.000
0.438
63844

0.000
0.463
0.000
0.463
64218

0.000
0.476
0.000
0.476
64593

0.000
0.476
0.000
0.476
64967

0.000
0.495
0.000
0.495
65341

6.545

6.857

7.208

7.363

7.322

7.572

2.928
60.448
47.419
110.796
33917307

2.523
66.237
50.138
118.898
34364860

4.074
60.294
51.333
115.700
34812412

3.545
58.855
56.580
118.980
35259965

3.451
63.844
62.026
129.321
35707518

3.559
66.819
59.127
129.505
36155070

3.267

3.460

3.324

3.374

3.622

3.582

0.000
0.679
0.000
0.679
67230

0.000
0.697
0.000
0.697
67519

0.000
0.746
0.000
0.746
67807

0.000
0.868
0.000
0.868
68096

0.000
0.569
0.000
0.569
68385

0.000
0.910
0.000
0.910
68673

10.106

10.326

11.001

12.744

8.317

13.248

0.000
2.199
0.000
2.199
263817

0.000
2.302
0.000
2.302
267100

0.000
2.657
0.000
2.657
270382

0.000
3.149
0.000
3.149
273664

0.000
3.545
0.000
3.545
276946

0.000
3.509
0.000
3.509
280228

8.337

8.618

9.828

11.509

12.800

12.521

0.000
1.295

0.000
1.285

0.000
1.224

0.000
1.281

0.000
0.995

0.000
1.384
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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Central & South AmericaBarbados
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.055
0.055
0.044
Central & South AmericaBarbados
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.249
1.302
1.312
Central & South AmericaBarbados
Population
261572
263765
262,639
Central & South AmericaBarbados
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaBarbados
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaBarbados
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
4.774
4.958
4.974
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaBelize
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.219
0.312
0.350
Central & South AmericaBelize
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaBelize
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.219
0.312
0.350
Central & South AmericaBelize
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
186145
196405
Central & South AmericaBelize
Population
190,782
Central & South AmericaBelize
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaBelize
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaBelize
1.175
1.637
1.782
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaBolivia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
3.137
3.244
3.321
Central & South AmericaBolivia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.577
1.781
1.570
Central & South AmericaBolivia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
4.714
5.025
4.891
Central & South AmericaBolivia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
6460640
6731772
Central & South AmericaBolivia
Population
6,573,900
Central & South AmericaBolivia
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaBolivia
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaBolivia
0.730
0.764
0.727
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
33.920
29.663
35.149
Central & South AmericaBrazil
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
176.170
180.324
182.481
Central & South AmericaBrazil
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
8.578
8.736
9.401
Central & South AmericaBrazil
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
218.668
218.724
227.032
Central & South AmericaBrazil
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
148271241
153530705
Central & South AmericaBrazil
Population
151,083,809
Central & South AmericaBrazil
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaBrazil
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaBrazil
1.475
1.448
1.479
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.270
0.274
0.295
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.270
0.274
0.295
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
25430
27563
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
Population
26,358
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaCayman Islands
10.617
10.414
10.691
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
8.464
9.185
7.195
Central & South AmericaChile
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
17.267
18.401
19.582
Central & South AmericaChile
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
3.445
3.829
3.090
Central & South AmericaChile
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
29.176
31.414
29.867
Central & South AmericaChile
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
12924356
13330329
Central & South AmericaChile
Population
13,127,760
Central & South AmericaChile
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaChile
Country's Dev Index
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1992
0.042
1.338
264890

1993
0.059
1.344
266016

1994
0.043
1.267
267141

1995
0.051
1.332
268267

1996
0.057
1.052
269392

1997
0.057
1.441
270518

5.051

5.052

4.743

4.965

3.905

5.326

0.000
0.301
0.000
0.301
202027

0.000
0.298
0.000
0.298
207650

0.000
0.283
0.000
0.283
213273

0.000
0.327
0.000
0.327
218896

0.000
0.270
0.000
0.270
224518

0.000
0.436
0.000
0.436
230141

1.491

1.435

1.325

1.494

1.201

1.896

0.000
3.406
2.755
6.160
6889644

0.000
3.384
3.341
6.725
7047516

0.000
3.828
4.280
8.108
7205388

0.000
4.346
3.277
7.623
7363260

0.000
4.335
2.918
7.252
7521132

0.000
4.447
3.483
7.930
7679004

0.894

0.954

1.125

1.035

0.964

1.033

31.939
187.691
11.024
230.655
155977601

32.698
211.651
9.859
254.208
158424498

31.922
223.124
10.309
265.355
160871394

33.277
241.164
10.697
285.138
163318290

35.290
254.922
12.540
302.752
165765186

36.365
271.184
13.596
321.145
168212082

1.479

1.605

1.649

1.746

1.826

1.909

0.000
0.300
0.000
0.300
28768

0.000
0.284
0.000
0.284
29974

0.000
0.309
0.000
0.309
31179

0.000
0.336
0.000
0.336
32384

0.000
0.338
0.000
0.338
33589

0.000
0.338
0.000
0.338
34794

10.415

9.467

9.918

10.364

10.067

9.719

6.290
20.468
4.056
30.814
13532898

6.454
23.270
3.419
33.144
13735467

7.637
24.959
3.843
36.439
13938036

8.336
27.767
3.716
39.819
14140605

11.360
30.016
3.726
45.102
14343174

16.149
31.588
5.664
53.400
14545743

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Central & South AmericaChile
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
2.257
2.393
2.241
person/yr
11.004
6.399
11.655
Central & South AmericaColombia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
28.008
26.722
27.509
Central & South AmericaColombia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
7.565
7.726
7.922
Central & South AmericaColombia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
46.576
40.847
47.086
Central & South AmericaColombia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
32231002
33541287
Central & South AmericaColombia
Population
32,858,579
Central & South AmericaColombia
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaColombia
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaColombia
1.445
1.243
1.404
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.006
0.006
0.000
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.880
2.733
2.893
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.885
2.739
2.893
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2954370
3095513
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
Population
3,027,175
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaCosta Rica
0.977
0.905
0.934
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.757
0.599
0.303
Central & South AmericaCuba
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
35.441
34.707
32.148
Central & South AmericaCuba
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.061
0.063
0.065
Central & South AmericaCuba
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
36.258
35.369
32.516
Central & South AmericaCuba
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
10455611
10603741
Central & South AmericaCuba
Population
10,544,793
Central & South AmericaCuba
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaCuba
Country's Dev Index
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaDominica
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.059
0.059
0.058
Central & South AmericaDominica
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaDominica
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.059
0.059
0.058
Central & South AmericaDominica
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
72987
72597
Central & South AmericaDominica
Population
72,714
Central & South AmericaDominica
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaDominica
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaDominica
0.803
0.805
0.805
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.026
0.045
0.511
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
8.110
8.739
8.691
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
8.136
8.784
9.202
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic TotalCO2 level
M Tons
6937755
7203422
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic Population
7,075,633
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaDominican Republic Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.173
1.241
1.277
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.002
Central & South AmericaEcuador
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
12.452
13.513
14.438
Central & South AmericaEcuador
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.474
1.555
1.435
Central & South AmericaEcuador
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
13.926
15.068
15.874
Central & South AmericaEcuador
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
10078282
10536753
Central & South AmericaEcuador
Population
10,318,036

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
2.277

1993
2.413

1994
2.614

1995
2.816

1996
3.144

1997
3.671

13.163
31.133
8.270
52.567
34223994

13.537
33.053
8.020
54.610
34906702

11.744
33.365
8.290
53.399
35589409

9.756
35.322
8.607
53.686
36272117

10.165
37.434
8.985
56.583
36954825

12.445
38.849
11.147
62.441
37637532

1.536

1.564

1.500

1.480

1.531

1.659

0.000
3.609
0.000
3.609
3163852

0.000
3.938
0.000
3.938
3232190

0.000
4.003
0.000
4.003
3300528

0.001
4.678
0.000
4.678
3368867

0.038
4.398
0.000
4.436
3437205

0.001
4.442
0.000
4.443
3505543

1.141

1.218

1.213

1.389

1.291

1.267

0.185
28.335
0.067
28.587
10662689

0.227
28.041
0.069
28.337
10721637

0.292
28.499
0.067
28.859
10780585

0.254
30.288
0.080
30.622
10839533

0.086
29.859
0.084
30.029
10898481

0.096
31.569
1.737
33.401
10957429

0.000
0.059
0.000
0.059
72479

0.000
0.062
0.000
0.062
72362

0.000
0.071
0.000
0.071
72244

0.000
0.080
0.000
0.080
72127

0.000
0.080
0.000
0.080
72010

0.000
0.080
0.000
0.080
71892

0.807

0.852

0.984

1.113

1.118

1.120

0.485
9.754
0.000
10.239
7331211

0.570
8.542
0.000
9.112
7459001

0.162
9.629
0.000
9.791
7586790

0.202
10.713
0.000
10.915
7714579

0.255
11.259
0.000
11.514
7842368

0.247
11.888
0.000
12.135
7970157

1.397

1.222

1.291

1.415

1.468

1.523

0.000
16.639
1.593
18.233
10755470

0.000
15.085
1.417
16.502
10974186

0.000
16.439
1.417
17.857
11192903

0.000
16.953
2.189
19.143
11411620

0.000
17.402
2.190
19.592
11630337

0.000
17.959
2.051
20.010
11849054

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Central & South AmericaEcuador
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaEcuador
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaEcuador
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.382
1.460
1.507
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.002
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.225
2.380
2.750
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.225
2.380
2.752
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5046516
5202147
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
Population
5,099,884
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaEl Salvador
0.441
0.467
0.529
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.028
0.025
0.025
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.028
0.025
0.025
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
Population
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaFalkland Islands
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.577
0.685
0.775
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.577
0.685
0.775
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
111113
121598
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
Population
115,930
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaFrench Guiana
5.192
5.907
6.371
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaGrenada
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.081
0.123
0.123
Central & South AmericaGrenada
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaGrenada
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.081
0.123
0.123
Central & South AmericaGrenada
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
92140
92055
Central & South AmericaGrenada
Population
92,360
Central & South AmericaGrenada
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaGrenada
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaGrenada
0.874
1.334
1.337
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.336
1.443
1.511
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.336
1.443
1.511
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
373595
382560
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
Population
377,678
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaGuadeloupe
3.575
3.822
3.951
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1.695

1.504

1.595

1.677

1.685

1.689

0.000
3.189
0.000
3.189
5304410

0.003
3.204
0.000
3.207
5406673

0.003
3.589
0.000
3.592
5508936

0.003
4.606
0.000
4.610
5611200

0.003
4.355
0.000
4.358
5713463

0.003
4.646
0.000
4.649
5815726

0.601

0.593

0.652

0.821

0.763

0.799

0.000
0.025
0.000
0.025

0.000
0.025
0.000
0.025

0.000
0.025
0.000
0.025

0.000
0.028
0.000
0.028

0.000
0.031
0.000
0.031

0.000
0.035
0.000
0.035

0.000
0.626
0.000
0.626
127265

0.000
0.860
0.000
0.860
132933

0.000
0.861
0.000
0.861
138600

0.000
0.960
0.000
0.960
144268

0.000
0.960
0.000
0.960
149935

0.000
0.960
0.000
0.960
155603

4.922

6.473

6.211

6.653

6.401

6.168

0.000
0.126
0.000
0.126
91750

0.000
0.139
0.000
0.139
91446

0.000
0.162
0.000
0.162
91141

0.000
0.153
0.000
0.153
90836

0.000
0.166
0.000
0.166
90531

0.000
0.209
0.000
0.209
90226

1.376

1.519

1.783

1.686

1.838

2.315

0.000
1.377
0.000
1.377
387441

0.000
1.606
0.000
1.606
392323

0.000
1.653
0.000
1.653
397204

0.000
1.697
0.000
1.697
402086

0.000
1.685
0.000
1.685
406967

0.000
1.706
0.000
1.706
411849

3.555

4.092

4.162

4.221

4.140

4.142

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000
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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
3.581
3.765
3.574
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3.581
3.765
3.574
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
Population
9412506
9971017
9,654,430
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaGuatemala
0.380
0.390
0.358
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaGuyana
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.697
0.674
0.794
Central & South AmericaGuyana
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaGuyana
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.697
0.674
0.794
Central & South AmericaGuyana
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
751748
751330
Central & South AmericaGuyana
Population
750,903
Central & South AmericaGuyana
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaGuyana
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaGuyana
0.928
0.897
1.057
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.016
0.032
0.082
Central & South AmericaHaiti
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.233
0.701
0.709
Central & South AmericaHaiti
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaHaiti
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.249
0.733
0.790
Central & South AmericaHaiti
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
6016463
6244121
Central & South AmericaHaiti
Population
6,126,101
Central & South AmericaHaiti
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaHaiti
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaHaiti
0.208
0.120
0.127
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.003
0.003
0.002
Central & South AmericaHonduras
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.366
2.721
2.661
Central & South AmericaHonduras
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaHonduras
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.369
2.724
2.662
Central & South AmericaHonduras
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4644669
4901270
Central & South AmericaHonduras
Population
4,756,867
Central & South AmericaHonduras
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaHonduras
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaHonduras
0.510
0.573
0.543
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.111
0.132
0.143
Central & South AmericaJamaica
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
6.947
7.400
7.681
Central & South AmericaJamaica
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaJamaica
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
7.057
7.532
7.823
Central & South AmericaJamaica
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2439956
2482344
Central & South AmericaJamaica
Population
2,463,417
Central & South AmericaJamaica
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaJamaica
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaJamaica
2.892
3.058
3.151
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaMartinique
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.457
1.550
1.259
Central & South AmericaMartinique
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaMartinique
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.457
1.550
1.259
Central & South AmericaMartinique
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
370145
377660
Central & South AmericaMartinique
Population
373,565
Central & South AmericaMartinique
Area
Sq. km
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
4.314
0.000
4.314
10287603

1993
4.754
0.000
4.754
10604190

1994
5.391
0.000
5.391
10920776

1995
6.034
0.000
6.034
11237363

1996
6.262
0.000
6.262
11553950

1997
6.898
0.000
6.898
11870536

0.419

0.448

0.494

0.537

0.542

0.581

0.000
0.873
0.000
0.873
751757

0.000
1.143
0.000
1.143
752183

0.000
1.143
0.000
1.143
752610

0.000
0.960
0.000
0.960
753037

0.000
1.025
0.000
1.025
753464

0.000
1.117
0.000
1.117
753891

1.161

1.520

1.519

1.275

1.361

1.482

0.068
0.806
0.000
0.874
6362141

0.000
0.616
0.000
0.616
6480161

0.000
0.535
0.000
0.535
6598181

0.000
0.929
0.000
0.929
6716202

0.000
1.103
0.000
1.103
6834222

0.000
1.432
0.000
1.432
6952242

0.137

0.095

0.081

0.138

0.161

0.206

0.003
2.703
0.000
2.706
5045673

0.003
2.694
0.000
2.697
5190076

0.003
2.970
0.000
2.973
5334479

0.003
3.435
0.000
3.438
5478883

0.003
3.855
0.000
3.859
5623286

0.003
3.788
0.000
3.791
5767689

0.536

0.520

0.557

0.627

0.686

0.657

0.106
8.330
0.000
8.435
2501271

0.103
8.449
0.000
8.552
2520199

0.140
8.652
0.000
8.791
2539126

0.142
9.735
0.000
9.877
2558053

0.211
9.787
0.000
9.998
2576980

0.140
10.330
0.000
10.470
2595907

3.372

3.393

3.462

3.861

3.880

4.033

0.000
1.454
0.000
1.454
381755

0.000
1.992
0.000
1.992
385850

0.000
1.961
0.000
1.961
389945

0.000
2.001
0.000
2.001
394041

0.000
2.008
0.000
2.008
398136

0.000
2.005
0.000
2.005
402231

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Central & South AmericaMartinique
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaMartinique
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
3.936
4.149
3.333
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.028
0.038
0.035
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.028
0.038
0.035
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
10832
10296
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
Population
10,728
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaMontserrat
2.618
3.523
3.366
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
9.823
9.740
9.203
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
9.823
9.740
9.203
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles TotalCO2 level
M Tons
187163
190923
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles Population
188,788
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaNetherlands Antilles Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
52.482
51.591
48.205
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.104
1.998
1.925
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.104
1.998
1.925
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3595904
3808613
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
Population
3,683,746
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaNicaragua
0.585
0.542
0.505
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.041
0.077
0.111
Central & South AmericaPanama
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
11.066
11.666
11.670
Central & South AmericaPanama
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaPanama
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
11.107
11.743
11.781
Central & South AmericaPanama
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2344927
2432912
Central & South AmericaPanama
Population
2,388,091
Central & South AmericaPanama
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaPanama
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaPanama
4.737
4.917
4.842
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaParaguay
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.309
2.178
2.011
Central & South AmericaParaguay
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaParaguay
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.309
2.178
2.011
Central & South AmericaParaguay
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4131755
4371033
Central & South AmericaParaguay
Population
4,236,056
Central & South AmericaParaguay
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaParaguay
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaParaguay
0.559
0.514
0.460
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.739
0.569
1.044
Central & South AmericaPeru
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
17.902
17.820
16.421
Central & South AmericaPeru
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

3.808

5.163

5.029

5.078

5.044

4.985

0.000
0.041
0.000
0.041
9864

0.000
0.041
0.000
0.041
9432

0.000
0.041
0.000
0.041
9000

0.000
0.047
0.000
0.047
8569

0.000
0.044
0.000
0.044
8137

0.000
0.047
0.000
0.047
7705

4.152

4.342

4.550

5.515

5.420

6.132

0.000
9.455
0.000
9.455
193057

0.000
9.161
0.000
9.161
195192

0.000
9.563
0.000
9.563
197326

0.000
11.341
0.000
11.341
199461

0.000
11.345
0.000
11.345
201596

0.000
11.979
0.000
11.979
203730

48.974

46.935

48.462

56.860

56.275

58.799

0.000
2.322
0.000
2.322
3933481

0.000
2.281
0.000
2.281
4058348

0.000
2.498
0.000
2.498
4183216

0.000
2.752
0.000
2.752
4308083

0.000
2.900
0.000
2.900
4432950

0.000
2.994
0.000
2.994
4557818

0.590

0.562

0.597

0.639

0.654

0.657

0.101
11.952
0.000
12.053
2477732

0.152
11.768
0.000
11.920
2522553

0.147
13.256
0.000
13.404
2567374

0.144
14.198
0.000
14.343
2612195

0.265
12.038
0.000
12.303
2657015

0.133
12.532
0.000
12.665
2701836

4.865

4.725

5.221

5.491

4.630

4.688

0.000
2.304
0.000
2.304
4506010

0.000
2.450
0.000
2.450
4640988

0.000
2.873
0.000
2.873
4775965

0.000
3.308
0.000
3.308
4910942

0.000
2.675
0.000
2.675
5045919

0.000
2.932
0.000
2.932
5180896

0.511

0.528

0.602

0.674

0.530

0.566

0.985
17.719

1.402
18.592

1.287
19.650

1.331
21.236

1.426
22.082

1.621
22.537

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Central & South AmericaPeru
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.495
1.435
1.136
Central & South AmericaPeru
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
21.137
19.824
18.602
Central & South AmericaPeru
Population
21089829
21958271
21,511,443
Central & South AmericaPeru
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaPeru
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaPeru
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.002
0.922
0.847
person/yr
0.719
0.514
0.463
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
19.684
19.679
23.494
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
20.403
20.193
23.957
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3504184
3564808
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
Population
3,536,910
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaPuerto Rico
5.822
5.709
6.720
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.066
0.066
0.076
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.066
0.066
0.076
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis TotalCO2 level
M Tons
41683
41146
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis Population
41,405
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaSaint Kitts and Nevis Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.586
1.597
1.836
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.168
0.168
0.167
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.168
0.168
0.167
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
137861
141239
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
Population
139,570
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaSaint Lucia
1.217
1.200
1.185
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.076
0.078
0.076
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.076
0.078
0.076
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
105686
107418
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
Population
106,524
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaSaint Vincent/Grenadines
0.719
0.732
0.705
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaSuriname
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.189
1.506
1.490
Central & South AmericaSuriname
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaSuriname
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.189
1.506
1.490
Central & South AmericaSuriname
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
390986
398432
Central & South AmericaSuriname
Population
395,000
Central & South AmericaSuriname
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaSuriname
Country's Dev Index
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
1.248
19.953
22405099

1993
2.066
22.060
22851927

1994
2.101
23.038
23298755

1995
1.982
24.549
23745583

1996
2.035
25.544
24192410

1997
1.029
25.188
24639238

0.891

0.965

0.989

1.034

1.056

1.022

0.372
22.730
0.000
23.102
3592707

0.471
23.757
0.000
24.228
3620605

0.477
24.544
0.000
25.022
3648503

0.486
23.636
0.000
24.122
3676402

0.417
23.667
0.000
24.084
3704300

0.404
24.426
0.000
24.830
3732198

6.430

6.692

6.858

6.561

6.502

6.653

0.000
0.076
0.000
0.076
40888

0.000
0.085
0.000
0.085
40629

0.000
0.101
0.000
0.101
40371

0.000
0.091
0.000
0.091
40112

0.000
0.104
0.000
0.104
39853

0.000
0.104
0.000
0.104
39595

1.848

2.092

2.494

2.278

2.606

2.623

0.000
0.174
0.000
0.174
142908

0.000
0.171
0.000
0.171
144577

0.000
0.191
0.000
0.191
146246

0.000
0.194
0.000
0.194
147915

0.000
0.194
0.000
0.194
149584

0.000
0.204
0.000
0.204
151253

1.216

1.180

1.307

1.313

1.299

1.347

0.000
0.082
0.000
0.082
108311

0.000
0.076
0.000
0.076
109205

0.000
0.121
0.000
0.121
110099

0.000
0.124
0.000
0.124
110993

0.000
0.124
0.000
0.124
111886

0.000
0.132
0.000
0.132
112780

0.758

0.694

1.096

1.120

1.112

1.174

0.000
1.422
0.000
1.422
401865

0.000
1.483
0.000
1.483
405297

0.000
1.474
0.000
1.474
408729

0.000
1.497
0.000
1.497
412162

0.000
1.483
0.000
1.483
415594

0.000
1.509
0.000
1.509
419026

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Central & South AmericaSuriname
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
3.042
3.811
3.739
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.407
2.351
2.477
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
14.982
15.784
16.079
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
17.389
18.136
18.556
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1187614
1191069
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago Population
1,198,403
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaTrinidad and Tobago Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
14.642
15.133
15.579
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
NA
NA
NA
NA
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
11109
12113
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
Population
11,514
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaTurks and Caicos Islands
0.000
0.000
0.000
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.003
0.003
0.001
Central & South AmericaUruguay
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
4.881
4.563
4.301
Central & South AmericaUruguay
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaUruguay
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
4.884
4.565
4.302
Central & South AmericaUruguay
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3087122
3127525
Central & South AmericaUruguay
Population
3,105,708
Central & South AmericaUruguay
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaUruguay
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaUruguay
1.582
1.470
1.375
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.860
0.548
0.002
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
53.146
52.755
52.991
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
53.715
54.982
57.031
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
107.721
108.285
110.025
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
18869489
19746965
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
Population
19,325,222
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaVenezuela
5.709
5.603
5.572
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.192
0.324
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
7.723
6.784
7.625
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
7.723
6.976
7.949
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. TotalCO2 level
M Tons
103530
104430
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. Population
103,963
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, U.S. Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
74.593
67.102
76.120
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.050
0.050
0.050
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
3.540

1993
3.658

1994
3.606

1995
3.633

1996
3.568

1997
3.602

0.000
3.056
14.265
17.322
1183736

0.000
2.795
16.400
19.195
1176402

0.000
3.160
18.498
21.658
1169068

0.000
3.000
19.529
22.529
1161735

0.000
2.855
21.257
24.112
1154401

0.000
3.099
22.497
25.596
1147067

14.633

16.316

18.526

19.393

20.887

22.315

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

0.000
0.000
12712

0.000
0.000
13310

0.000
0.000
13909

0.000
0.000
14508

0.000
0.000
15107

0.000
0.000
15706

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.001
4.478
0.000
4.479
3149342

0.007
4.898
0.000
4.904
3171158

0.013
4.603
0.000
4.617
3192975

0.009
4.613
0.000
4.622
3214792

0.003
4.902
0.000
4.905
3236609

0.003
5.179
0.000
5.182
3258426

1.422

1.547

1.446

1.438

1.516

1.590

0.011
55.686
55.237
110.934
20168707

0.094
54.672
58.104
112.870
20590450

0.183
57.028
61.508
118.719
21012193

0.017
60.341
63.366
123.724
21433936

0.507
58.593
73.525
132.624
21855678

0.131
58.316
75.943
134.390
22277421

5.500

5.482

5.650

5.772

6.068

6.033

0.540
7.722
0.000
8.262
104898

0.678
7.630
0.000
8.307
105365

0.722
7.572
0.000
8.293
105833

0.633
7.861
0.000
8.494
106300

0.613
7.873
0.000
8.487
106767

0.589
7.665
0.000
8.254
107235

78.758

78.844

78.364

79.905

79.487

76.970

0.000
0.054
0.000

0.000
0.054
0.000

0.000
0.054
0.000

0.000
0.054
0.000

0.000
0.060
0.000

0.000
0.060
0.000

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.050
0.050
0.050
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British Population
15222
16157
15,691
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaVirgin Islands, British Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
3.311
3.212
3.119
person/yr
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
59.785
49.991
59.550
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
500.599
502.128
511.136
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
142.683
139.455
145.376
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
703.068
691.573
716.062
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
Population
351871940
358380904
364743630
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaCentral & South America
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.998
1.930
1.963
person/yr
Europe
Albania
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.566
2.370
1.389
Europe
Albania
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
4.259
3.104
2.693
Europe
Albania
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.367
0.498
0.276
Europe
Albania
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
8.191
5.972
4.358
Europe
Albania
Population
3192841
3273084
3,250,778
Europe
Albania
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Albania
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Albania
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
2.565
1.837
1.331
person/yr
12.478
12.465
13.949
Europe
Austria
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
28.992
30.012
32.855
Europe
Austria
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
11.056
12.190
12.759
Europe
Austria
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
52.526
54.667
59.562
Europe
Austria
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
7705601
7761999
Europe
Austria
Population
7,722,953
Europe
Austria
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Austria
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Austria
6.817
7.079
7.674
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
37.680
38.752
37.346
Europe
Belgium
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
66.478
66.108
71.703
Europe
Belgium
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
18.676
19.150
20.331
Europe
Belgium
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
122.834
124.010
129.381
Europe
Belgium
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
9957059
9998741
Europe
Belgium
Population
9,969,310
Europe
Belgium
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Belgium
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Belgium
12.336
12.439
12.940
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
----Europe
Montenegro
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
----Europe
Montenegro
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
----Europe
Montenegro
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
4.422
4.315
3.882
Europe
Montenegro
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
654488
657267
663322
Europe
Montenegro
Population
Europe
Montenegro
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Montenegro
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
0.054
16623

1993
0.054
17090

1994
0.054
17556

1995
0.054
18022

1996
0.060
18488

1997
0.060
18954

3.222

3.133

3.050

2.971

3.238

3.158

57.177
530.050
145.978
733.205
371106356

58.922
564.180
152.892
775.994
377469081

58.807
583.784
161.690
804.281
383831807

58.142
621.662
170.074
849.878
390194533

64.094
642.145
189.341
895.580
396557259

71.889
672.964
196.332
941.185
402919985

1.976

2.056

2.095

2.178

2.258

2.336

0.778
3.151
0.199
4.127
3295389

0.579
2.497
0.058
3.134
3317695

0.154
1.962
0.131
2.247
3340001

0.145
2.205
0.058
2.409
3362307

0.090
1.790
0.058
1.939
3384612

0.066
1.833
0.039
1.937
3406918

1.252

0.945

0.673

0.716

0.573

0.569

11.522
31.950
12.529
56.001
7801045

11.202
32.978
13.214
57.395
7840091

10.686
32.686
13.601
56.973
7879137

11.976
31.723
14.705
58.404
7918183

12.505
35.629
15.797
63.931
7957229

13.580
34.457
15.224
63.261
7996275

7.179

7.321

7.231

7.376

8.034

7.911

29.235
73.331
20.953
123.519
10028172

30.500
72.060
21.990
124.550
10057602

32.736
72.445
22.483
127.664
10087033

34.204
70.736
24.873
129.814
10116464

32.097
77.291
27.700
137.087
10145895

33.259
81.266
26.423
140.948
10175326

12.317

12.384

12.656

12.832

13.512

13.852

---2.979
669376

---2.570
675430

---2.483
681485

---2.021
687539

---3.279
693593

3.353
699648

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Europe
Montenegro
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
6.757
6.565
5.852
person/yr
----Europe
Serbia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
----Europe
Serbia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
----Europe
Serbia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
62.420
60.911
54.794
Europe
Serbia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
9238563
9277790
9363251
Europe
Serbia
Population
Europe
Serbia
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Serbia
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Serbia
6.757
6.565
5.852
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Europe
Former Serbia and Montenegro
CO2 emission -Coal
YR
Coal
---Europe
Former Serbia and Montenegro
CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
---Former Serbia and Montenegro
CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
Europe
66.842
65.226
58.675
Europe
Former Serbia and Montenegro
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
9893051
10026572
Former Serbia and Montenegro
Population
Europe
9,935,057
Former Serbia and Montenegro
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Europe
Former Serbia and Montenegro
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Former Serbia and Montenegro
Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
---Europe
Bosnia and Herzegovina
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Bosnia and Herzegovina
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
Europe
---Bosnia and Herzegovina
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
Europe
29.664
29.042
25.543
Europe
Bosnia and Herzegovina
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4390481
4364859
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Population
Europe
4,423,646
Europe
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Area
Sq. km
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Europe
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Bosnia and Herzegovina
6.757
6.565
5.852
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Europe
Croatia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Europe
Croatia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Europe
Croatia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
30.376
29.598
26.326
Europe
Croatia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4495812
4498595
Europe
Croatia
Population
4,508,347
Europe
Croatia
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Croatia
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Croatia
6.757
6.565
5.852
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Europe
Macedonia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Europe
Macedonia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Europe
Macedonia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
12.529
12.220
10.982
Europe
Macedonia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1854425
1876676
Europe
Macedonia
Population
1,861,361
Europe
Macedonia
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Macedonia
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Macedonia
6.757
6.565
5.852
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Europe
Slovenia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Europe
Slovenia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Europe
Slovenia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
4.451

1993
3.805
----

1994
3.643
----

1995
2.939
----

1996
4.727
----

1997
4.792
----

42.056
9448712

36.278
9534173

35.048
9619634

28.521
9705095

46.283
9790556

47.326
9876017

4.451

3.805

3.643

2.939

4.727

4.792

33.574
7.507
3.955
45.036
10118088

32.542
4.428
1.878
38.848
10209603

30.060
4.289
3.182
37.531
10301118

24.377
4.007
2.157
30.541
10392634

37.493
6.641
5.428
49.562
10484149

36.548
8.759
5.372
50.679
10575664

12.586
5.146
0.926
18.658
4306072

10.908
3.382
0.742
15.032
4247285

1.175
3.031
0.766
4.972
4188498

1.322
2.942
4.531
8.795
4129712

2.193
2.026
0.259
4.478
4070925

7.117
2.029
0.259
9.404
4012138

4.333

3.539

1.187

2.130

1.100

2.344

1.480
9.647
5.307
16.435
4488844

1.591
9.464
5.735
16.790
4479092

1.012
11.589
5.036
17.637
4469340

0.249
13.436
4.528
18.214
4459589

0.880
11.552
4.880
17.312
4449837

1.211
11.885
5.465
18.562
4440085

3.661

3.748

3.946

4.084

3.891

4.181

5.851
2.888
0.500
9.239
1891991

5.973
3.181
0.553
9.708
1907306

6.152
2.738
0.000
8.890
1922621

6.378
2.839
0.000
9.217
1937937

6.293
3.510
0.000
9.803
1953252

6.567
3.161
0.000
9.727
1968567

4.883

5.090

4.624

4.756

5.019

4.941

6.380
4.931
1.233

5.818
5.791
1.520

5.655
5.952
1.466

6.672
6.596
1.951

6.402
7.659
2.529

6.641
8.086
1.760

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Europe
Slovenia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
13.347
13.073
11.664
Europe
Slovenia
Population
1975389
1993145
1,991,210
Europe
Slovenia
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Slovenia
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Slovenia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
6.757
6.565
5.852
person/yr
90.939
88.198
82.936
Europe
Former Yugoslavia CO2 emission -Coal
YO
Coal
45.738
47.070
36.419
Europe
Former Yugoslavia CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
16.082
13.891
13.835
Europe
Former Yugoslavia CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
152.759
149.159
133.190
Europe
Former Yugoslavia TotalCO2 level
M Tons
22609159
22719621
22759848
Europe
Former Yugoslavia Population
Europe
Former Yugoslavia Area
Sq. km
Europe
Former Yugoslavia Country's Dev Index
Europe
Former Yugoslavia Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
37.298
33.629
26.952
Europe
Bulgaria
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
34.596
27.794
18.136
Europe
Bulgaria
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
11.093
11.998
10.453
Europe
Bulgaria
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
82.987
73.420
55.540
Europe
Bulgaria
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
8888978
8786475
Europe
Bulgaria
Population
8,894,028
Europe
Bulgaria
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Bulgaria
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Bulgaria
9.336
8.255
6.321
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.180
0.168
0.169
Europe
Cyprus
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
4.588
4.826
4.853
Europe
Cyprus
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Cyprus
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
4.768
4.994
5.022
Europe
Cyprus
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
674314
689050
Europe
Cyprus
Population
681,349
Europe
Cyprus
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Cyprus
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Cyprus
7.071
7.329
7.289
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Europe
Slovakia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Europe
Slovakia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Europe
Slovakia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
67.591
65.998
58.157
Europe
Slovakia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5232950
5276386
Europe
Slovakia
Population
5,262,616
Europe
Slovakia
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Slovakia
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Slovakia
12.916
12.541
11.022
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Europe
Czech Republic
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Europe
Czech Republic
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Europe
Czech Republic
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
133.135
129.291
113.589
Europe
Czech Republic
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
10307435
10305575
Europe
Czech Republic
Population
10,309,514
Europe
Czech Republic
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Czech Republic
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
12.544
1995079

1993
13.129
1997014

1994
13.073
1998949

1995
15.220
2000884

1996
16.589
2002818

1997
16.487
2004753

6.288

6.574

6.540

7.606

8.283

8.224

----

----

----

----

----

----

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

27.154
18.990
9.721
55.864
8678921

24.359
18.219
8.988
51.566
8571368

22.038
19.797
8.785
50.621
8463815

22.167
18.602
10.879
51.648
8356262

24.474
17.259
11.459
53.192
8248708

29.486
14.621
9.525
53.633
8141155

6.437

6.016

5.981

6.181

6.449

6.588

0.045
5.935
0.000
5.980
696752

0.097
5.996
0.000
6.094
704453

0.088
6.774
0.000
6.863
712155

0.066
6.671
0.000
6.737
719856

0.042
6.658
0.000
6.700
727557

0.061
6.655
0.000
6.716
735259

8.582

8.650

9.637

9.359

9.209

9.134

54.244
5290157

21.726
9.920
11.633
43.279
5303927

19.730
10.142
10.879
40.750
5317698

18.631
9.948
14.469
43.048
5331468

20.666
10.950
12.787
44.403
5345238

18.965
10.007
12.979
41.950
5359009

10.254

8.160

7.663

8.074

8.307

7.828

105.631
10301637

93.416
21.280
13.800
128.496
10297698

85.067
21.736
12.723
119.526
10293760

82.481
22.914
15.241
120.635
10289821

90.454
23.344
17.547
131.344
10285882

80.084
22.885
17.802
120.771
10281944

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Europe
Czech Republic
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
12.916
12.541
11.022
person/yr
133.181
127.681
112.220
Europe
Former Czechoslovakia
CO2 emission -Coal
CZ
Coal
43.614
39.354
33.610
Europe
Former Czechoslovakia
CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
23.931
28.254
25.915
Europe
Former Czechoslovakia
CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
200.726
195.289
171.745
Former Czechoslovakia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
Europe
15540385
15572130
15581962
Former Czechoslovakia
Population
Europe
Europe
Former Czechoslovakia
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Former Czechoslovakia
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Former Czechoslovakia
Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
24.974
23.873
29.805
Europe
Denmark
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
29.146
28.300
28.865
Europe
Denmark
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
4.657
4.414
5.161
Europe
Denmark
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
58.777
56.588
63.831
Europe
Denmark
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5139161
5160600
Europe
Denmark
Population
5,140,954
Europe
Denmark
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Denmark
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Denmark
11.437
11.007
12.369
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Faroe Islands
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
NA
NA
NA
Europe
Faroe Islands
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Faroe Islands
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Faroe Islands
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
47040
47225
Europe
Faroe Islands
Population
47,439
Europe
Faroe Islands
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Faroe Islands
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Faroe Islands
0.000
0.000
0.000
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
14.652
15.675
13.602
Europe
Finland
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
32.449
32.260
32.018
Europe
Finland
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
4.322
5.090
5.358
Europe
Finland
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
51.423
53.026
50.978
Europe
Finland
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4965741
5004647
Europe
Finland
Population
4,986,431
Europe
Finland
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Finland
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Finland
10.356
10.634
10.186
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
67.381
69.874
73.774
Europe
France
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
240.025
239.185
252.530
Europe
France
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
56.507
57.423
65.035
Europe
France
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
363.913
366.481
391.338
Europe
France
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
56448619
56999808
Europe
France
Population
56,735,161
Europe
France
Area
Sq. km
Europe
France
Country's Dev Index
Europe
France
6.447
6.460
6.866
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
519.409
503.393
407.263
Europe
Germany
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
348.460
360.949
384.472
Europe
Germany
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
117.443
115.729
131.879
Europe
Germany
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
985.312
980.071
923.614
Europe
Germany
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
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Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
10.254
104.465 - 34.278 - 21.133 - 159.876
15591794

1993
12.478

1994
11.611
----

1995
11.724
----

1996
12.769
----

1997
11.746
----

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

26.711
28.606
5.439
60.757
5180246

22.993
29.583
6.044
58.620
5199893

25.871
31.667
6.656
64.195
5219539

27.766
33.175
7.679
68.620
5239185

28.035
34.957
8.934
71.926
5258831

30.243
33.578
10.257
74.078
5278477

11.729

11.273

12.299

13.097

13.677

14.034

0.000
0.607
0.000
0.607
47010

0.000
0.607
0.000
0.607
46796

0.000
0.615
0.000
0.615
46582

0.000
0.645
0.000
0.645
46368

0.000
0.663
0.000
0.663
46153

0.000
0.664
0.000
0.664
45939

12.910

12.968

13.204

13.912

14.366

14.462

11.387
32.068
5.565
49.020
5022864

16.119
29.958
5.760
51.837
5041080

20.122
31.004
6.384
57.511
5059297

14.052
28.814
6.597
49.462
5077513

16.562
29.212
6.905
52.679
5095729

18.250
28.325
6.790
53.364
5113946

9.759

10.283

11.367

9.741

10.338

10.435

61.324
251.370
65.789
378.484
57264454

52.266
246.789
66.291
365.345
57529101

49.706
242.579
65.963
358.248
57793748

52.480
249.694
67.308
369.482
58058395

56.548
256.661
74.311
387.520
58323041

51.392
256.163
73.710
381.266
58587688

6.609

6.351

6.199

6.364

6.644

6.508

370.528
386.301
129.849
886.678

357.242
393.191
134.356
884.789

342.353
383.967
141.437
867.756

331.057
383.328
162.361
876.746

325.366
395.437
162.492
883.295

328.178
397.243
155.566
880.986
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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Europe
Germany
Population
79272145
79661146
79,380,394
Europe
Germany
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Germany
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Germany
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
12.429
12.347
11.594
person/yr
259.995
241.912 - Europe
Germany, East
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
38.709
36.856 - Europe
Germany, East
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
12.106
7.350 - Europe
Germany, East
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
310.810
286.118
0.000
Europe
Germany, East
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
Europe
Germany, East
Population
Europe
Germany, East
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Germany, East
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Germany, East
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
259.414
261.481 - Europe
Germany, West
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
309.751
324.093 - Europe
Germany, West
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
105.337
108.379 - Europe
Germany, West
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
674.502
693.952
0.000
Europe
Germany, West
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
Europe
Germany, West
Population
Europe
Germany, West
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Germany, West
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Germany, West
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Gibraltar
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.594
1.655
1.709
Europe
Gibraltar
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Gibraltar
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.594
1.655
1.709
Europe
Gibraltar
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
29039
28873
Europe
Gibraltar
Population
29,017
Europe
Gibraltar
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Gibraltar
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Gibraltar
54.884
57.047
59.188
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
32.619
33.135
32.851
Europe
Europe
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
45.285
47.029
47.913
Europe
Greece
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.305
0.296
0.313
Europe
Greece
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
78.209
80.461
81.077
Europe
Greece
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
10080893
10172554
Europe
Greece
Population
10,129,603
Europe
Greece
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Greece
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Greece
7.758
7.943
7.970
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
25.291
22.089
22.946
Europe
Hungary
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
23.671
23.228
21.937
Europe
Hungary
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
21.790
20.696
20.560
Europe
Hungary
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
70.753
66.013
65.444
Europe
Hungary
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
10405802
10348435
Europe
Hungary
Population
10,371,878
Europe
Hungary
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Hungary
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Hungary
6.799
6.365
6.324
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.265
0.259
0.268
Europe
Iceland
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
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Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
79941897

1993
80222649

1994
80503400

1995
80784152

1996
81064903

1997
81345655

11.092

11.029

10.779

10.853

10.896

10.830

----

---0.000

----

---0.000

----

---0.000

----

---0.000

----

---0.000

----

0.000

----

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000
3.063
0.000
3.063
28729

0.000
3.181
0.000
3.181
28585

0.000
3.198
0.000
3.198
28441

0.000
3.204
0.000
3.204
28298

0.000
3.217
0.000
3.217
28154

0.000
3.206
0.000
3.206
28010

106.629

111.283

112.447

113.242

114.281

114.472

29.481
48.999
0.310
78.790
10215504

31.937
50.267
0.219
82.423
10258455

32.339
51.579
0.114
84.031
10301406

31.494
53.551
0.103
85.149
10344357

30.484
55.329
0.116
85.930
10387307

33.697
56.315
0.398
90.410
10430258

7.713

8.035

8.157

8.231

8.273

8.668

21.275
22.581
18.051
61.907
10324992

17.114
21.863
19.439
58.416
10301549

16.203
22.556
19.638
58.397
10278106

15.462
20.694
21.362
57.518
10254664

16.150
19.101
23.818
59.069
10231221

15.925
20.399
22.608
58.932
10207778

5.996

5.671

5.682

5.609

5.773

5.773

0.179

0.171

0.261

0.209

0.249

0.229
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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Europe
Iceland
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.994
2.071
1.990
Europe
Iceland
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Iceland
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2.259
2.330
2.258
Europe
Iceland
Population
252063
257351
254,719
Europe
Iceland
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Iceland
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Iceland
8.961
9.146
8.774
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
8.046
8.077
7.846
Europe
Ireland
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
11.885
13.345
14.375
Europe
Ireland
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
4.266
4.364
4.474
Europe
Ireland
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
24.197
25.785
26.695
Europe
Ireland
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3497480
3536549
Europe
Ireland
Population
3,508,200
Europe
Ireland
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Ireland
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Ireland
6.918
7.350
7.548
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
50.390
53.833
50.819
Europe
Italy
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
275.005
268.375
268.243
Europe
Italy
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
85.729
90.936
96.610
Europe
Italy
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
411.124
413.144
415.672
Europe
Italy
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
56713722
56840531
Europe
Italy
Population
56,742,886
Europe
Italy
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Italy
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Italy
7.249
7.281
7.313
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
4.779
4.820
4.512
Europe
Luxembourg
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
4.497
4.922
5.744
Europe
Luxembourg
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.968
0.976
1.040
Europe
Luxembourg
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
10.245
10.718
11.296
Europe
Luxembourg
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
381109
388547
Europe
Luxembourg
Population
382,966
Europe
Luxembourg
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Luxembourg
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Luxembourg
26.881
27.988
29.071
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.731
0.724
0.586
Europe
Malta
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.522
1.642
1.799
Europe
Malta
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Malta
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.253
2.366
2.385
Europe
Malta
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
359596
362191
Europe
Malta
Population
359,107
Europe
Malta
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Malta
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Malta
6.264
6.588
6.585
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
32.270
39.789
35.126
Europe
Netherlands
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
96.671
93.838
101.655
Europe
Netherlands
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
73.153
72.621
81.116
Europe
Netherlands
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
202.094
206.249
217.898
Europe
Netherlands
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
14870749
15047144
Europe
Netherlands
Population
14,951,510
Europe
Netherlands
Area
Sq. km
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
2.155
0.000
2.334
259984

1993
2.219
0.000
2.390
262616

1994
2.275
0.000
2.535
265249

1995
2.272
0.000
2.481
267881

1996
2.486
0.000
2.735
270513

1997
2.545
0.000
2.774
273146

8.977

9.102

9.558

9.260

10.109

10.155

8.007
14.832
4.421
27.260
3564898

7.619
15.317
5.017
27.953
3593247

7.102
16.890
5.106
29.097
3621596

7.069
17.593
5.437
30.099
3649945

7.257
18.082
6.167
31.506
3678294

7.970
19.968
6.455
34.393
3706643

7.647

7.779

8.034

8.246

8.565

9.279

40.841
274.849
95.717
411.407
56938176

38.528
272.521
97.644
408.693
57035821

37.700
268.308
94.316
400.324
57133466

44.495
279.510
103.926
427.932
57231112

38.390
274.622
107.259
420.271
57328757

38.609
271.038
110.580
420.228
57426402

7.225

7.166

7.007

7.477

7.331

7.318

4.136
5.915
1.084
11.135
394128

4.756
5.907
1.126
11.788
399709

3.844
5.900
1.136
10.880
405290

2.148
5.405
1.297
8.850
410872

1.995
5.617
1.423
9.035
416453

1.310
5.867
1.459
8.636
422034

28.252

29.492

26.845

21.541

21.694

20.462

0.393
1.956
0.000
2.349
365275

0.649
2.097
0.000
2.746
368359

0.454
2.278
0.000
2.732
371443

0.080
2.419
0.000
2.499
374527

0.000
2.596
0.000
2.596
377611

0.000
2.771
0.000
2.771
380695

6.431

7.454

7.355

6.673

6.876

7.278

31.421
103.867
78.958
214.247
15142779

35.289
104.414
81.016
220.719
15238413

37.752
105.014
78.371
221.138
15334047

37.687
103.342
80.604
221.632
15429682

36.298
101.766
88.813
226.878
15525316

46.794
107.492
83.423
237.709
15620950

Sheet 57 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Europe
Netherlands
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Netherlands
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
13.590
13.795
14.481
person/yr
3.919
3.433
3.125
Europe
Norway
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
25.089
24.686
24.026
Europe
Norway
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
6.912
5.682
5.176
Europe
Norway
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
35.920
33.801
32.328
Europe
Norway
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4226367
4267045
Europe
Norway
Population
4,242,006
Europe
Norway
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Norway
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Norway
8.499
7.968
7.576
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
336.209
268.269
267.964
Europe
Poland
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
50.886
41.863
39.918
Europe
Poland
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
22.032
20.581
18.452
Europe
Poland
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
409.127
330.713
326.334
Europe
Poland
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
37865254
38172054
Europe
Poland
Population
38,119,391
Europe
Poland
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Poland
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Poland
10.805
8.676
8.549
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
9.736
11.145
11.047
Europe
Portugal
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
33.078
32.585
33.126
Europe
Portugal
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Europe
Portugal
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
42.814
43.729
44.173
Europe
Portugal
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
9908200
9963980
Europe
Portugal
Population
9,922,689
Europe
Portugal
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Portugal
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Portugal
4.321
4.407
4.433
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
68.688
46.522
37.830
Europe
Romania
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
49.367
56.288
41.092
Europe
Romania
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
78.197
71.230
55.397
Europe
Romania
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
196.252
174.039
134.319
Europe
Romania
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
22792354
22824543
Europe
Romania
Population
22,865,945
Europe
Romania
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Romania
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Romania
8.610
7.611
5.885
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
92.469
89.729
93.076
Europe
Spain
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
130.137
133.926
141.068
Europe
Spain
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
10.306
11.667
13.112
Europe
Spain
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
232.912
235.322
247.255
Europe
Spain
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
39164528
39417300
Europe
Spain
Population
39,350,769
Europe
Spain
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Spain
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Spain
5.947
5.980
6.273
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
9.555
9.411
8.680
Europe
Sweden
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
45.728
43.171
42.900
Europe
Sweden
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

14.148

14.484

14.421

14.364

14.613

15.217

2.710
24.141
8.450
35.302
4292085

3.333
24.697
5.874
33.904
4317124

3.896
25.766
6.174
35.835
4342164

3.998
26.817
6.802
37.617
4367203

3.962
28.743
6.810
39.515
4392242

4.238
29.012
8.273
41.524
4417282

8.225

7.853

8.253

8.614

8.997

9.400

265.387
41.035
18.060
324.482
38224717

273.630
42.857
18.962
335.448
38277381

256.191
43.332
19.417
318.940
38330044

241.477
43.482
20.330
305.288
38382707

269.689
48.771
22.854
341.315
38435370

258.684
51.574
22.900
333.158
38488033

8.489

8.764

8.321

7.954

8.880

8.656

10.224
36.854
0.000
47.078
10005271

11.175
34.214
0.000
45.389
10046561

11.790
34.309
0.000
46.099
10087852

13.637
36.751
0.000
50.388
10129143

12.007
36.125
0.000
48.132
10170434

13.816
38.079
0.201
52.095
10211725

4.705

4.518

4.570

4.975

4.733

5.102

40.829
38.103
49.849
128.782
22783140

37.376
36.876
47.951
122.202
22741738

37.975
32.999
44.912
115.886
22700335

38.685
35.768
47.540
121.993
22658933

40.670
37.744
47.186
125.600
22617531

35.567
40.232
43.593
119.391
22576128

5.653

5.373

5.105

5.384

5.553

5.288

88.598
148.414
13.827
250.839
39483831

83.992
141.693
13.556
239.242
39550363

81.642
148.308
14.416
244.365
39616894

72.814
157.326
17.980
248.120
39683425

59.035
162.916
20.120
242.071
39749956

68.349
174.770
26.320
269.439
39816487

6.353

6.049

6.168

6.252

6.090

6.767

6.934
44.962

8.796
44.669

9.261
48.354

9.189
47.902

8.654
51.541

9.187
49.602

Sheet 58 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Europe
Sweden
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.995
1.201
1.253
Europe
Sweden
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
56.279
53.783
52.833
Europe
Sweden
Population
8571781
8633090
8,600,815
Europe
Sweden
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Sweden
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Sweden
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
6.566
6.253
6.120
person/yr
1.012
1.379
1.056
Europe
Switzerland
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
37.441
38.192
39.715
Europe
Switzerland
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
3.553
3.799
4.262
Europe
Switzerland
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
42.006
43.370
45.033
Europe
Switzerland
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
6791486
6879655
Europe
Switzerland
Population
6,836,626
Europe
Switzerland
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Switzerland
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Switzerland
6.185
6.344
6.546
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
53.726
58.705
67.240
Europe
Turkey
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
60.056
63.467
61.181
Europe
Turkey
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
6.187
6.673
8.149
Europe
Turkey
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
119.968
128.846
136.570
Europe
Turkey
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
54988249
57042837
Europe
Turkey
Population
56,084,632
Europe
Turkey
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Turkey
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Turkey
2.182
2.297
2.394
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
262.375
248.222
242.832
Europe
United Kingdom
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
235.015
240.319
241.033
Europe
United Kingdom
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
110.659
110.002
122.690
Europe
United Kingdom
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
608.048
598.543
606.556
Europe
United Kingdom
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
57375376
57696223
Europe
United Kingdom
Population
57,493,307
Europe
United Kingdom
Area
Sq. km
Europe
United Kingdom
Country's Dev Index
Europe
United Kingdom
10.598
10.411
10.513
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Europe
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Europe
Coal
1932.818
1815.617
1687.211
Europe
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Europe
Oil
2007.268
2009.566
2027.579
Europe
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Europe
Gas
690.185
689.359
723.605
Europe
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4630.270
4514.543
4438.395
Europe
Europe
Population
Europe
552715095
555346614
557603487
Europe
Area
Sq. km
Europe
Europe
Europe
Country's Dev Index
Europe
Europe
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
8.377
8.129
7.960
person/yr
---Eurasia
Armenia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Armenia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Armenia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
43.317
44.376
40.460
Eurasia
Armenia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3350634
3343360
Eurasia
Armenia
Population
3,376,783
Eurasia
Armenia
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Armenia
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
1.425
53.320
8665366

1993
1.576
55.041
8697641

1994
1.550
59.166
8729917

1995
1.567
58.658
8762192

1996
1.623
61.818
8794467

1997
1.632
60.421
8826743

6.153

6.328

6.777

6.694

7.029

6.845

0.400
40.376
4.483
45.260
6922685

0.415
38.028
4.701
43.144
6965714

0.402
37.390
4.635
42.427
7008744

0.612
37.914
5.110
43.636
7051773

0.387
38.801
5.529
44.717
7094802

0.279
37.958
5.339
43.576
7137832

6.538

6.194

6.053

6.188

6.303

6.105

62.980
64.884
8.912
136.775
58001041

59.362
74.101
9.943
143.407
58959246

57.107
70.979
10.554
138.640
59917450

58.614
79.637
13.607
151.859
60875655

67.778
83.496
16.374
167.648
61833859

80.868
80.284
19.577
180.729
62792064

2.358

2.432

2.314

2.495

2.711

2.878

213.723
242.042
116.050
571.815
57899139

198.959
242.058
136.705
577.722
58102055

182.360
239.576
145.769
567.705
58304971

161.945
240.057
153.847
555.849
58507888

156.382
247.111
181.515
585.008
58710804

147.501
241.776
172.484
561.761
58913720

9.876

9.943

9.737

9.500

9.964

9.535

1530.537
2055.734
702.696
4288.968
559860360

1500.432
2046.304
736.293
4283.028
562117232

1428.884
2041.986
745.601
4216.471
564374105

1373.639
2081.920
816.851
4272.411
566630978

1409.486
2139.301
880.695
4429.482
568887851

1424.671
2154.504
866.411
4445.586
571144724

7.661

7.619

7.471

7.540

7.786

7.784

0.368
6.924
3.631
10.924
3309938

0.008
3.876
2.733
6.617
3276515

0.091
2.824
3.123
6.038
3243092

0.253
3.913
3.123
7.290
3209670

0.253
4.436
3.514
8.203
3176247

0.169
4.842
2.538
7.548
3142824

Sheet 59 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Eurasia
Armenia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
12.928
13.142
12.102
person/yr
---Eurasia
Azerbaijan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Azerbaijan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Azerbaijan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
91.753
94.617
87.793
Eurasia
Azerbaijan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
7097190
7254671
Eurasia
Azerbaijan
Population
7,199,838
Eurasia
Azerbaijan
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Azerbaijan
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Azerbaijan
12.928
13.142
12.102
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Eurasia
Belarus
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Belarus
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Belarus
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
131.325
134.244
123.803
Eurasia
Belarus
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
10158058
10230359
Eurasia
Belarus
Population
10,215,208
Eurasia
Belarus
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Belarus
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Belarus
12.928
13.142
12.102
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Eurasia
Estonia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Estonia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Estonia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
20.176
20.623
18.762
Eurasia
Estonia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1560609
1550373
Eurasia
Estonia
Population
1,569,322
Eurasia
Estonia
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Estonia
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Estonia
12.928
13.142
12.102
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Eurasia
Georgia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Georgia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Georgia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
69.659
71.309
64.880
Eurasia
Georgia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5388156
5361307
Eurasia
Georgia
Population
5,426,207
Eurasia
Georgia
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Georgia
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Georgia
12.928
13.142
12.102
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Eurasia
Kazakhstan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Kazakhstan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Kazakhstan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
210.146
215.498
196.790
Eurasia
Kazakhstan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
16254990
16261532
Eurasia
Kazakhstan
Population
16,398,131
Eurasia
Kazakhstan
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Kazakhstan
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Kazakhstan
12.928
13.142
12.102
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
3.300

1993
2.019

1994
1.862

1995
2.271

1996
2.583

1997
2.402

0.071
28.945
30.693
59.709
7309503

0.010
28.598
21.472
50.080
7364336

0.003
27.478
18.348
45.829
7419168

0.015
27.369
17.568
44.952
7474001

0.015
20.514
18.153
38.683
7528833

0.015
20.326
17.880
38.221
7583666

8.169

6.800

6.177

6.014

5.138

5.040

3.567
51.928
35.360
90.855
10245510

3.628
44.197
32.828
80.653
10260661

2.185
36.204
27.240
65.630
10275812

2.741
34.426
24.746
61.913
10290964

2.200
30.970
27.066
60.237
10306115

1.822
27.484
29.193
58.499
10321266

8.868

7.860

6.387

6.016

5.845

5.668

18.880
3.889
2.785
25.554
1531425

11.247
4.218
1.122
16.587
1512476

11.260
3.982
1.197
16.439
1493527

9.480
3.763
1.392
14.635
1474579

14.087
3.832
1.523
19.441
1455630

11.935
4.207
1.976
18.117
1436681

16.687

10.967

11.007

9.925

13.356

12.611

1.360
4.260
9.760
15.380
5296407

0.543
2.451
4.685
7.680
5231508

0.697
1.136
3.123
4.956
5166608

0.057
1.211
4.099
5.367
5101708

0.038
2.096
3.514
5.648
5036808

0.027
2.164
3.709
5.900
4971908

2.904

1.468

0.959

1.052

1.121

1.187

159.635
60.010
39.234
258.879
16124933

143.777
51.109
28.889
223.775
15988334

91.658
44.794
29.279
165.731
15851735

76.724
40.058
21.193
137.975
15715136

75.782
36.253
28.186
140.221
15578536

57.913
33.156
27.327
118.397
15441937

16.055

13.996

10.455

8.780

9.001

7.667

4.543
4.736
4.622

3.165
2.853
4.322

3.578
1.313
3.473

2.106
1.678
1.717

1.659
1.807
3.561

1.903
1.540
3.748

Sheet 60 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
55.675
57.593
53.602
Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
Population
4306510
4429343
4,382,486
Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Kyrgyzstan
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
12.928
13.142
12.102
person/yr
---Eurasia
Latvia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Latvia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Latvia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
34.255
35.004
31.886
Eurasia
Latvia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2649685
2634849
Eurasia
Latvia
Population
2,663,590
Eurasia
Latvia
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Latvia
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Latvia
12.928
13.142
12.102
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Eurasia
Lithuania
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Lithuania
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Lithuania
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
47.432
48.556
44.664
Eurasia
Lithuania
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3668881
3690791
Eurasia
Lithuania
Population
3,694,836
Eurasia
Lithuania
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Lithuania
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Lithuania
12.928
13.142
12.102
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Eurasia
Moldova
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Moldova
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Moldova
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
56.336
57.794
53.260
Eurasia
Moldova
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4357646
4401084
Eurasia
Moldova
Population
4,397,798
Eurasia
Moldova
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Moldova
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Moldova
12.928
13.142
12.102
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Eurasia
Russia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Russia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Russia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1901.475
1944.619
1789.213
Eurasia
Russia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
147080618
147849911
Eurasia
Russia
Population
147,974,148
Eurasia
Russia
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Russia
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Russia
12.928
13.142
12.102
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Eurasia
Tajikistan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Tajikistan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Tajikistan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
67.176
70.077
65.872
Eurasia
Tajikistan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5196137
5443298
Eurasia
Tajikistan
Population
5,332,472
Eurasia
Tajikistan
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Tajikistan
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
13.901
4476200

1993
10.340
4523056

1994
8.364
4569913

1995
5.501
4616770

1996
7.026
4663627

1997
7.191
4710484

3.106

2.286

1.830

1.192

1.507

1.527

1.709
7.937
2.995
12.641
2606108

1.145
6.208
1.497
8.850
2577366

0.961
6.182
1.310
8.453
2548625

0.513
6.546
2.053
9.112
2519884

0.457
7.439
1.865
9.761
2491143

0.476
5.495
2.419
8.390
2462402

4.850

3.434

3.317

3.616

3.918

3.407

2.402
12.760
7.532
22.693
3686746

0.896
12.050
4.519
17.465
3682701

1.514
12.493
4.331
18.338
3678656

0.656
11.620
5.225
17.502
3674612

0.747
10.158
4.857
15.762
3670567

0.635
10.162
5.434
16.231
3666522

6.155

4.742

4.985

4.763

4.294

4.427

6.856
8.352
4.364
19.572
4404369

4.629
6.610
3.571
14.810
4407655

4.643
3.534
2.777
10.955
4410940

2.761
3.383
2.777
8.921
4414226

2.376
2.975
3.967
9.318
4417512

1.340
2.723
4.761
8.823
4420797

4.444

3.360

2.484

2.021

2.109

1.996

515.126
632.602
896.398
2044.125
147725673

476.091
541.148
876.493
1893.731
147601436

445.283
453.911
809.577
1708.771
147477198

425.341
424.841
772.759
1622.941
147352961

451.939
377.816
772.570
1602.325
147228724

385.054
369.315
727.629
1481.998
147104486

13.837

12.830

11.587

11.014

10.883

10.074

1.177
3.012
3.709
7.897
5554124

0.231
2.223
2.733
5.187
5664950

0.138
1.773
3.123
5.033
5775776

0.055
1.941
1.575
3.571
5886602

0.032
2.249
2.397
4.678
5997428

0.085
2.430
2.225
4.740
6108254

Sheet 61 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Eurasia
Tajikistan
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
12.928
13.142
12.102
person/yr
---Eurasia
Turkmenistan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Turkmenistan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Turkmenistan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
46.391
48.198
45.413
Eurasia
Turkmenistan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3588343
3752656
Eurasia
Turkmenistan
Population
3,667,588
Eurasia
Turkmenistan
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Turkmenistan
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Turkmenistan
12.928
13.142
12.102
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Eurasia
Ukraine
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Ukraine
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Ukraine
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
665.753
678.865
622.107
Eurasia
Ukraine
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
51496550
51407188
Eurasia
Ukraine
Population
51,657,650
Eurasia
Ukraine
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Ukraine
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Ukraine
12.928
13.142
12.102
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
---Eurasia
Uzbekistan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
---Eurasia
Uzbekistan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
---Eurasia
Uzbekistan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
260.652
271.034
254.583
Eurasia
Uzbekistan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
20161673
21037218
Eurasia
Uzbekistan
Population
20,624,073
Eurasia
Uzbekistan
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Uzbekistan
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Uzbekistan
12.928
13.142
12.102
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
1109.385
1221.863
941.543 - Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
CO2 emission -Coal
UR
Coal
1228.766
1212.851
1194.048 - Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
1363.370
1357.695
1357.497 - Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
3701.522
3792.408
3493.087
Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
286315681
288580130
288647939
Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
Population
Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Former U.S.S.R.
Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Eurasia
Eurasia
Coal
1109.385
1221.863
941.543
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Eurasia
Eurasia
Oil
1228.766
1212.851
1194.048
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Eurasia
Eurasia
Gas
1363.370
1357.695
1357.497
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3701.522
3792.408
3493.087
Eurasia
Eurasia
Population
Eurasia
Eurasia
286315681
288580130
288647939
Area
Sq. km
Eurasia
Eurasia
Eurasia
Eurasia
Country's Dev Index
Eurasia
Eurasia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
12.928
13.142
12.102
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Bahrain
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.590
2.765
2.868
Middle East
Bahrain
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
10.286
11.331
12.879
Middle East
Bahrain
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
12.877
14.096
15.747
Middle East
Bahrain
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
1.422

1993
0.916

1994
0.871

1995
0.607

1996
0.780

1997
0.776

1.307
9.870
7.808
18.985
3837724

1.178
9.777
8.003
18.958
3922792

1.178
8.751
8.198
18.128
4007860

0.589
8.476
9.369
18.434
4092928

0.177
8.572
9.369
18.118
4177996

0.093
10.262
8.979
19.333
4263064

4.947

4.833

4.523

4.504

4.337

4.535

221.488
116.202
191.044
528.735
51156725

192.654
86.341
211.482
490.476
50906263

153.964
74.366
181.766
410.096
50655801

181.805
72.298
164.159
418.262
50405339

142.898
56.635
162.207
361.740
50154876

130.428
52.779
156.546
339.754
49904414

10.336

9.635

8.096

8.298

7.212

6.808

8.133
28.025
58.661
94.820
21450362

5.975
26.525
82.562
115.061
21863507

6.092
25.328
65.852
97.272
22276651

4.718
27.303
72.428
104.449
22689796

4.462
21.472
76.979
102.912
23102941

3.916
20.589
78.116
102.621
23516085

4.420

5.263

4.367

4.603

4.455

4.364

----

----

----

----

----

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

946.621
979.453
1298.596
3224.670
288715747

845.176
828.185
1286.909
2960.270
288783556

723.244
704.069
1162.718
2590.031
288851364

707.815
668.827
1104.183
2480.825
288919173

697.124
587.223
1119.728
2404.075
288986981

595.810
567.474
1072.479
2235.763
289054790

11.169

10.251

8.967

8.587

8.319

7.735

0.000
3.109
10.384
13.494

0.000
3.008
12.922
15.930

0.000
3.091
12.668
15.759

0.000
3.142
12.668
15.810

0.000
2.969
12.824
15.794

0.000
2.828
15.557
18.385
Sheet 62 of 126
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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Middle East
Bahrain
Population
485185
513842
500,476
Middle East
Bahrain
Area
Sq. km
Middle East
Bahrain
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Bahrain
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
26.540
28.166
30.645
person/yr
3.711
3.336
3.455
Middle East
Iran
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
144.771
149.253
157.362
Middle East
Iran
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
46.549
49.208
65.385
Middle East
Iran
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
195.031
201.797
226.203
Middle East
Iran
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
55290485
57898174
Middle East
Iran
Population
57,035,717
Middle East
Iran
Area
Sq. km
Middle East
Iran
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Iran
3.527
3.538
3.907
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.003
0.006
0.003
Middle East
Iraq
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
49.495
55.728
38.964
Middle East
Iraq
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
14.674
12.504
3.444
Middle East
Iraq
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
64.173
68.238
42.411
Middle East
Iraq
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
17644516
18588794
Middle East
Iraq
Population
18,134,702
Middle East
Iraq
Area
Sq. km
Middle East
Iraq
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Iraq
3.637
3.763
2.282
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
8.925
10.020
9.827
Middle East
Israel
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
24.738
24.177
26.121
Middle East
Israel
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.077
0.058
0.058
Middle East
Israel
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
33.741
34.255
36.006
Middle East
Israel
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4434609
4645107
Middle East
Israel
Population
4,512,068
Middle East
Israel
Area
Sq. km
Middle East
Israel
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Israel
7.609
7.592
7.751
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Jordan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
9.256
9.921
9.363
Middle East
Jordan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.156
0.254
0.254
Middle East
Jordan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
9.413
10.175
9.617
Middle East
Jordan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3152129
3435705
Middle East
Jordan
Population
3,262,054
Middle East
Jordan
Area
Sq. km
Middle East
Jordan
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Jordan
2.986
3.119
2.799
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Kuwait
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
17.489
11.862
12.840
Middle East
Kuwait
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
24.965
15.438
29.193
Middle East
Kuwait
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
42.454
27.300
42.033
Middle East
Kuwait
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2064787
2125167
Middle East
Kuwait
Population
2,142,011
Middle East
Kuwait
Area
Sq. km
Middle East
Kuwait
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Kuwait
20.561
12.745
19.778
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
527208

1993
540574

1994
553940

1995
567307

1996
580673

1997
594039

25.595

29.468

28.450

27.869

27.199

30.949

3.808
159.094
69.967
232.869
58760631

3.898
164.377
68.155
236.430
59623089

4.607
165.400
78.947
248.954
60485546

4.073
165.537
90.598
260.208
61348003

4.377
156.111
100.632
261.120
62210460

4.348
171.349
112.925
288.622
63072917

3.963

3.965

4.116

4.242

4.197

4.576

0.000
51.369
5.765
57.133
19042885

0.000
60.766
5.068
65.835
19496977

0.000
70.068
6.278
76.346
19951068

0.000
70.208
6.279
76.487
20405160

0.000
69.972
6.415
76.387
20859251

0.000
62.589
6.864
69.452
21313343

3.000

3.377

3.827

3.748

3.662

3.259

11.161
29.449
0.042
40.651
4778145

15.855
29.678
0.058
45.591
4911184

18.035
30.091
0.058
48.184
5044222

17.962
30.642
0.039
48.643
5177261

17.876
31.303
0.039
49.217
5310300

20.948
34.073
0.039
55.059
5443338

8.508

9.283

9.552

9.395

9.268

10.115

0.000
10.798
0.293
11.091
3609356

0.000
10.586
0.390
10.976
3783007

0.000
12.047
0.547
12.594
3956658

0.000
12.543
0.566
13.109
4130309

0.000
13.607
0.527
14.134
4303960

0.000
13.117
0.566
13.683
4477611

3.073

2.901

3.183

3.174

3.284

3.056

0.000
16.775
6.024
22.800
2108323

0.000
18.981
11.490
30.471
2091479

0.000
24.674
12.563
37.238
2074635

0.000
27.236
12.563
39.800
2057792

0.000
30.045
19.063
49.108
2040948

0.000
33.574
19.023
52.597
2024104

10.814

14.569

17.949

19.341

24.061

25.985

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Middle East
Lebanon
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Lebanon
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
5.002
4.591
8.201
Middle East
Lebanon
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Lebanon
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5.002
4.591
8.201
Middle East
Lebanon
Population
3141128
3190344
3,147,267
Middle East
Lebanon
Area
Sq. km
Middle East
Lebanon
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Lebanon
1.592
1.459
2.571
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Oman
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
4.573
5.597
5.650
Middle East
Oman
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
5.756
6.761
8.452
Middle East
Oman
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
10.329
12.358
14.102
Middle East
Oman
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1713162
1849016
Middle East
Oman
Population
1,772,974
Middle East
Oman
Area
Sq. km
Middle East
Oman
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Oman
6.029
6.970
7.627
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Qatar
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
3.317
3.349
3.292
Middle East
Qatar
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
11.888
15.255
18.800
Middle East
Qatar
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
15.205
18.604
22.092
Middle East
Qatar
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
456393
507778
Middle East
Qatar
Population
481,477
Middle East
Qatar
Area
Sq. km
Middle East
Qatar
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Qatar
33.316
38.640
43.506
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.019
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
133.208
138.754
139.858
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
65.282
69.014
86.274
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
198.490
207.768
226.151
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
15454601
16769994
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
Population
16,060,761
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
Area
Sq. km
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Saudi Arabia
12.843
12.936
13.485
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.006
Middle East
Syria
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
29.054
30.814
25.956
Middle East
Syria
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1.794
6.083
7.150
Middle East
Syria
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
30.848
36.897
33.112
Middle East
Syria
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
12069800
12823007
Middle East
Syria
Population
12,436,046
Middle East
Syria
Area
Sq. km
Middle East
Syria
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Syria
2.556
2.967
2.582
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
United Arab Emirates CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
39.716
39.779
49.448
Middle East
United Arab Emirates CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
41.724
38.811
44.593
Middle East
United Arab Emirates CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
81.440
78.590
94.042
Middle East
United Arab Emirates TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1855741
1992628
Middle East
United Arab Emirates Population
1,950,792

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Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
0.000
8.086
0.000
8.086
3233421

1993
0.288
9.897
0.000
10.185
3276498

1994
0.290
11.367
0.000
11.657
3319575

1995
0.470
12.044
0.000
12.514
3362652

1996
0.507
12.596
0.000
13.102
3405728

1997
0.480
14.710
0.000
15.189
3448805

2.501

3.109

3.512

3.721

3.847

4.404

0.000
5.849
7.590
13.439
1925057

0.000
5.828
8.840
14.668
2001099

0.000
6.055
8.938
14.993
2077140

0.000
6.483
7.582
14.065
2153182

0.000
7.051
7.467
14.518
2229223

0.000
7.331
10.530
17.861
2305265

6.981

7.330

7.218

6.532

6.512

7.748

0.000
3.214
22.155
25.369
534078

0.000
3.442
26.351
29.794
560379

0.000
3.508
26.351
29.858
586679

0.000
3.800
26.351
30.151
612980

0.000
4.127
26.742
30.869
639281

0.000
4.113
28.381
32.494
665581

47.501

53.167

50.894

49.188

48.287

48.821

0.000
146.209
87.666
233.875
17479227

0.000
144.038
88.098
232.136
18188460

0.000
146.413
92.157
238.570
18897693

0.000
136.538
97.372
233.910
19606926

0.000
145.608
103.359
248.967
20316158

0.000
163.742
90.304
254.046
21025391

13.380

12.763

12.624

11.930

12.255

12.083

0.006
27.005
8.067
35.078
13209969

0.007
30.978
7.299
38.283
13596930

0.007
33.576
7.484
41.066
13983891

0.006
33.521
6.026
39.552
14370853

0.016
33.927
7.979
41.923
14757814

0.012
35.174
8.914
44.100
15144775

2.655

2.816

2.937

2.752

2.841

2.912

0.000
49.888
51.385
101.273
2034464

0.000
50.089
45.009
95.098
2076300

0.000
50.757
43.009
93.766
2118136

0.000
51.177
49.044
100.221
2159973

0.000
49.293
53.705
102.999
2201809

0.000
51.962
59.374
111.336
2243645

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Middle East
United Arab Emirates Area
Sq. km
Middle East
United Arab Emirates Country's Dev Index
Middle East
United Arab Emirates Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
43.885
40.286
47.195
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Middle East
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
10.843
11.395
11.677
Middle East
Yemen
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Middle East
Yemen
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
10.843
11.395
11.677
Middle East
Yemen
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
12087727
12922393
Middle East
Yemen
Population
12,416,080
Middle East
Yemen
Area
Sq. km
Middle East
Yemen
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Yemen
0.897
0.918
0.904
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Middle East
Middle East
Coal
12.639
13.362
13.311
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Middle East
Middle East
Oil
474.054
487.985
491.600
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Middle East
Middle East
Gas
223.152
224.718
276.481
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
709.844
726.065
781.392
Middle East
Middle East
Population
Middle East
Middle East
129850262
133852425
137261947
Area
Sq. km
Middle East
Middle East
Middle East
Middle East
Country's Dev Index
Middle East
Middle East
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
5.467
5.424
5.693
person/yr
2.850
2.801
2.745
Africa
Algeria
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
22.065
23.946
25.265
Africa
Algeria
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
53.686
56.133
57.515
Africa
Algeria
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
78.601
82.880
85.525
Africa
Algeria
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
24464445
25624769
Africa
Algeria
Population
25,093,154
Africa
Algeria
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Algeria
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Algeria
3.213
3.303
3.338
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Angola
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
3.891
3.781
3.949
Africa
Angola
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.840
3.370
3.528
Africa
Angola
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
4.731
7.151
7.477
Africa
Angola
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
7917614
8257229
Africa
Angola
Population
8,048,879
Africa
Angola
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Angola
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Angola
0.597
0.888
0.906
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Benin
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.503
0.588
0.674
Africa
Benin
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Benin
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.503
0.588
0.674
Africa
Benin
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4540166
4838594
Africa
Benin
Population
4,661,949
Africa
Benin
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Benin
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Benin
0.111
0.126
0.139
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
1.502
1.809
1.773
Africa
Botswana
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.804
0.870
0.966
Africa
Botswana
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
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Brisbane, Asutralia

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

49.779

45.802

44.268

46.399

46.779

49.623

0.000
12.115
0.000
12.115
13428705

0.000
10.002
0.000
10.002
13935018

0.000
9.805
0.000
9.805
14441330

0.000
9.936
0.000
9.936
14947643

0.000
9.917
0.000
9.917
15453956

0.000
9.206
0.000
9.206
15960268

0.902

0.718

0.679

0.665

0.642

0.577

14.975
522.960
269.337
807.272
140671470

20.047
541.670
273.681
835.398
144080992

22.939
566.851
289.001
878.791
147490515

22.510
562.807
309.089
894.406
150900037

22.776
566.525
338.753
928.054
154309559

25.788
603.767
352.476
982.031
157719082

5.739

5.798

5.958

5.927

6.014

6.226

2.449
25.454
53.666
81.570
26156383

2.556
24.761
54.596
81.913
26687998

2.241
24.462
57.104
83.806
27219612

2.463
24.343
60.788
87.594
27751227

1.527
23.822
58.863
84.212
28282842

1.306
23.202
55.938
80.447
28814456

3.119

3.069

3.079

3.156

2.977

2.792

0.000
4.018
3.441
7.459
8465578

0.000
3.959
3.678
7.638
8673928

0.000
3.921
3.436
7.357
8882278

0.000
4.211
7.901
12.113
9090628

0.000
3.927
8.193
12.120
9298977

0.000
4.548
8.376
12.924
9507327

0.881

0.881

0.828

1.332

1.303

1.359

0.000
0.758
0.000
0.758
5015238

0.000
0.830
0.000
0.830
5191883

0.000
0.873
0.000
0.873
5368528

0.000
0.955
0.000
0.955
5545173

0.000
1.027
0.000
1.027
5721817

0.000
1.118
0.000
1.118
5898462

0.151

0.160

0.163

0.172

0.180

0.190

2.013
1.154

1.990
1.132

2.015
1.133

2.311
1.133

1.909
1.136

1.862
1.294
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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Africa
Botswana
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Botswana
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2.306
2.679
2.739
Africa
Botswana
Population
1227326
1297986
1,263,643
Africa
Botswana
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Botswana
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Botswana
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.879
2.120
2.110
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Burkina Faso
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.474
0.490
0.575
Africa
Burkina Faso
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Burkina Faso
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.474
0.490
0.575
Africa
Burkina Faso
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
8875154
9402690
Africa
Burkina Faso
Population
9,089,948
Africa
Burkina Faso
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Burkina Faso
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Burkina Faso
0.053
0.054
0.061
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Burundi
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.266
0.258
0.330
Africa
Burundi
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Burundi
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.266
0.258
0.330
Africa
Burundi
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5170257
5327876
Africa
Burundi
Population
5,285,005
Africa
Burundi
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Burundi
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Burundi
0.051
0.049
0.062
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.002
0.002
0.002
Africa
Cameroon
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
3.227
3.425
3.465
Africa
Cameroon
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
3.299
0.000
0.000
Africa
Cameroon
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
6.528
3.426
3.466
Africa
Cameroon
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
11391417
11995826
Africa
Cameroon
Population
11,685,181
Africa
Cameroon
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Cameroon
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Cameroon
0.573
0.293
0.289
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Cape Verde
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.090
0.096
0.099
Africa
Cape Verde
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Cape Verde
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.090
0.096
0.099
Africa
Cape Verde
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
343942
354472
Africa
Cape Verde
Population
349,264
Africa
Cape Verde
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Cape Verde
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Cape Verde
0.263
0.276
0.280
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Central African Republic
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.227
0.246
0.259
Africa
Central African Republic
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central African Republic
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
Africa
0.227
0.246
0.259
Africa
Central African Republic
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2747460
2873192
Central African Republic
Population
Africa
2,803,381
Africa
Central African Republic
Area
Sq. km
Central African Republic
Africa
Country's Dev Index
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
0.000
3.168
1332328

1993
0.000
3.122
1366671

1994
0.000
3.148
1401013

1995
0.000
3.444
1435356

1996
0.000
3.045
1469699

1997
0.000
3.156
1504041

2.378

2.285

2.247

2.399

2.072

2.098

0.000
0.579
0.000
0.579
9715431

0.000
0.628
0.000
0.628
10028173

0.000
0.680
0.000
0.680
10340914

0.000
0.680
0.000
0.680
10653656

0.000
0.702
0.000
0.702
10966397

0.000
1.069
0.000
1.069
11279139

0.060

0.063

0.066

0.064

0.064

0.095

0.000
0.313
0.000
0.313
5370746

0.000
0.347
0.000
0.347
5413617

0.000
0.368
0.000
0.368
5456487

0.000
0.358
0.000
0.358
5499358

0.000
0.365
0.000
0.365
5542229

0.000
0.368
0.000
0.368
5585099

0.058

0.064

0.067

0.065

0.066

0.066

0.002
3.550
0.000
3.551
12306471

0.002
2.785
3.969
6.755
12617115

0.002
3.035
4.515
7.551
12927760

0.002
3.101
4.405
7.509
13238405

0.002
2.986
3.768
6.757
13549050

0.002
3.107
3.768
6.877
13859695

0.289

0.535

0.584

0.567

0.499

0.496

0.000
0.106
0.000
0.106
359680

0.000
0.106
0.000
0.106
364888

0.000
0.115
0.000
0.115
370096

0.000
0.111
0.000
0.111
375304

0.000
0.117
0.000
0.117
380511

0.000
0.117
0.000
0.117
385719

0.294

0.290

0.311

0.297

0.306

0.302

0.000
0.265
0.000
0.265
2943003

0.000
0.272
0.000
0.272
3012813

0.000
0.288
0.000
0.288
3082624

0.000
0.288
0.000
0.288
3152435

0.000
0.292
0.000
0.292
3222246

0.000
0.298
0.000
0.298
3292057

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Africa
Central African Republic
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.083
0.088
0.090
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Chad
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.166
0.333
0.322
Africa
Chad
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Chad
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.166
0.333
0.322
Africa
Chad
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5881191
6268909
Africa
Chad
Population
6,030,025
Africa
Chad
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Chad
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Chad
0.028
0.055
0.051
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Comoros
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.053
0.070
0.067
Africa
Comoros
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Comoros
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.053
0.070
0.067
Africa
Comoros
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
419460
443949
Africa
Comoros
Population
429,010
Africa
Comoros
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Comoros
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Comoros
0.127
0.163
0.151
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.897
0.973
0.845
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.155
0.000
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.897
1.127
0.845
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2178807
2296807
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) Population
2,239,844
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) Area
Sq. km
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) Country's Dev Index
Africa
Congo (Brazzaville) Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.412
0.503
0.368
person/yr
0.677
0.603
0.628
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
3.258
3.037
3.166
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
3.935
3.640
3.793
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
36985382
39353511
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
Population
37,969,476
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
0.106
0.096
0.096
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
5.481
4.512
3.659
Africa
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
Africa
5.481
4.512
3.659
Africa
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
11620863
12339647
Africa
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
Population
11,981,454
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Africa
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Cote d'Ivoire (IvoryCoast)
0.472
0.377
0.297
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Djibouti
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.716
1.715
1.750
Africa
Djibouti
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Djibouti
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
0.090

1993
0.090

1994
0.094

1995
0.091

1996
0.091

1997
0.091

0.000
0.325
0.000
0.325
6507793

0.000
0.162
0.000
0.162
6746677

0.000
0.169
0.000
0.169
6985561

0.000
0.169
0.000
0.169
7224445

0.000
0.172
0.000
0.172
7463328

0.000
0.176
0.000
0.176
7702212

0.050

0.024

0.024

0.023

0.023

0.023

0.000
0.067
0.000
0.067
458888

0.000
0.067
0.000
0.067
473827

0.000
0.070
0.000
0.070
488766

0.000
0.083
0.000
0.083
503705

0.000
0.083
0.000
0.083
518644

0.000
0.083
0.000
0.083
533583

0.146

0.141

0.143

0.164

0.160

0.156

0.000
0.832
0.000
0.832
2353770

0.000
0.753
2.367
3.120
2410734

0.000
0.725
2.367
3.092
2467697

0.000
0.731
2.367
3.098
2524660

0.000
0.711
2.367
3.078
2581623

0.000
0.685
2.986
3.671
2638586

0.353

1.294

1.253

1.227

1.192

1.391

0.639
3.597
0.000
4.236
40737547

0.676
3.843
0.000
4.519
42121582

0.692
2.869
0.000
3.561
43505618

0.660
3.039
0.000
3.698
44889653

0.685
3.165
0.000
3.851
46273688

0.645
3.043
0.000
3.688
47657724

0.104

0.107

0.082

0.082

0.083

0.077

0.000
3.666
0.000
3.666
12697841

0.000
4.336
0.000
4.336
13056034

0.000
4.521
0.000
4.521
13414227

0.000
4.424
0.078
4.502
13772421

0.000
4.618
1.074
5.692
14130614

0.000
4.032
1.171
5.203
14488807

0.289

0.332

0.337

0.327

0.403

0.359

0.000
1.760
0.000

0.000
1.782
0.000

0.000
1.808
0.000

0.000
1.799
0.000

0.000
1.804
0.000

0.000
1.822
0.000

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Africa
Djibouti
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.716
1.715
1.750
Africa
Djibouti
Population
357394
372561
366,088
Africa
Djibouti
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Djibouti
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Djibouti
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
4.802
4.686
4.697
person/yr
3.188
3.765
2.980
Africa
Egypt
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
67.284
70.000
69.057
Africa
Egypt
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
15.469
17.973
22.021
Africa
Egypt
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
85.941
91.737
94.058
Africa
Egypt
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
55288393
58074206
Africa
Egypt
Population
56,694,413
Africa
Egypt
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Egypt
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Egypt
1.554
1.618
1.620
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.118
0.121
0.127
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.118
0.121
0.127
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
357055
378875
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
Population
368,282
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
0.330
0.329
0.336
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
----Africa
Eritrea
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
----Africa
Eritrea
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
----Africa
Eritrea
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.184
0.181
0.149
Africa
Eritrea
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2904935
3073766
Africa
Eritrea
Population
2,943,831
Africa
Eritrea
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Eritrea
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Eritrea
0.063
0.062
0.049
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Ethiopia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.981
2.969
2.418
Africa
Ethiopia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Ethiopia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.796
2.787
2.269
Africa
Ethiopia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
46981187
49846546
Africa
Ethiopia
Population
48,197,268
Africa
Ethiopia
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Ethiopia
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Ethiopia
0.060
0.058
0.046
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
CO2 emission -Coal
ET
Coal
2.981
2.969
2.418
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
2.981
2.969
2.418
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
46981187
49846546
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
Population
48,197,268
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
1.760
379035

1993
1.782
385508

1994
1.808
391982

1995
1.799
398455

1996
1.804
404928

1997
1.822
411402

4.643

4.623

4.611

4.515

4.455

4.428

2.620
66.969
23.414
93.004
59453999

3.206
67.018
24.404
94.628
60833792

3.037
69.120
25.588
97.745
62213585

1.993
70.188
26.356
98.538
63593378

3.258
76.431
28.159
107.848
64973170

2.541
80.463
28.281
111.285
66352963

1.564

1.556

1.571

1.549

1.660

1.677

0.000
0.121
0.000
0.121
389468

0.000
0.131
0.928
1.059
400062

0.000
0.131
0.928
1.059
410655

0.000
0.130
0.928
1.059
421248

0.000
0.134
1.420
1.554
431841

0.000
0.143
1.456
1.600
442434

0.311

2.647

2.579

2.513

3.598

3.615

0.221
3203702

0.207
3333637

0.000
0.979
0.000
0.979
3463573

0.000
1.061
0.000
1.061
3593508

0.000
1.105
0.000
1.105
3723443

0.000
1.129
0.000
1.129
3853379

0.069

0.062

0.283

0.295

0.297

0.293

0.000
3.554
0.000
3.333
51495825

0.000
3.296
0.000
3.089
53145103

0.000
2.181
0.000
2.181
54794382

0.000
2.363
0.000
2.363
56443660

0.000
1.708
0.000
1.708
58092938

0.000
1.708
0.000
1.708
59742217

0.065

0.058

0.040

0.042

0.029

0.029

0.000
3.554
0.000
3.554
51495825

0.000
3.296
0.000
3.296
53145103

54794382

56443660

58092938

59742217

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Africa
Ethiopia & Eritrea
Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
Africa
Gabon
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Gabon
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2.393
2.353
2.324
Africa
Gabon
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
3.320
3.362
3.404
Africa
Gabon
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5.713
5.715
5.728
Africa
Gabon
Population
915982
966923
938,477
Africa
Gabon
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Gabon
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Gabon
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
6.237
6.090
5.924
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Gambia, The
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.189
0.193
0.202
Africa
Gambia, The
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Gambia, The
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.189
0.193
0.202
Africa
Gambia, The
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
932498
1002158
Africa
Gambia, The
Population
961,606
Africa
Gambia, The
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Gambia, The
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Gambia, The
0.203
0.201
0.201
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.006
0.006
0.006
Africa
Ghana
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
3.588
2.795
2.882
Africa
Ghana
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Ghana
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
3.595
2.801
2.888
Africa
Ghana
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
14961416
15810780
Africa
Ghana
Population
15,399,840
Africa
Ghana
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Ghana
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Ghana
0.240
0.182
0.183
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Guinea
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.110
1.469
1.158
Africa
Guinea
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Guinea
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.110
1.469
1.158
Africa
Guinea
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
6102638
6516068
Africa
Guinea
Population
6,279,857
Africa
Guinea
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Guinea
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Guinea
0.182
0.234
0.178
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.220
0.260
0.267
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.220
0.260
0.267
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
975374
1024290
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
Population
996,071
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Guinea-Bissau
0.226
0.261
0.261
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.343
0.395
0.345
Africa
Kenya
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
6.223
6.261
5.374
Africa
Kenya
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Kenya
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

0.000
2.396
3.636
6.032
995369

0.000
2.288
3.636
5.924
1023815

0.000
2.334
3.436
5.770
1052261

0.000
2.033
3.436
5.468
1080708

0.000
2.103
3.436
5.539
1109154

0.000
2.175
3.436
5.611
1137600

6.060

5.786

5.483

5.060

4.994

4.932

0.000
0.202
0.000
0.202
1042710

0.000
0.214
0.000
0.214
1083261

0.000
0.236
0.000
0.236
1123813

0.000
0.221
0.000
0.221
1164365

0.000
0.221
0.000
0.221
1204917

0.000
0.221
0.000
0.221
1245469

0.194

0.198

0.210

0.189

0.183

0.177

0.006
3.368
0.000
3.374
16221720

0.009
3.452
0.000
3.461
16632660

0.009
3.825
0.000
3.834
17043600

0.008
3.949
0.000
3.957
17454540

0.007
4.057
0.000
4.065
17865480

0.007
3.796
0.000
3.803
18276420

0.208

0.208

0.225

0.227

0.228

0.208

0.000
1.170
0.000
1.170
6752279

0.000
1.199
0.000
1.199
6988489

0.000
1.233
0.000
1.233
7224700

0.000
1.224
0.000
1.224
7460911

0.000
1.236
0.000
1.236
7697122

0.000
1.236
0.000
1.236
7933333

0.173

0.172

0.171

0.164

0.161

0.156

0.000
0.291
0.000
0.291
1052509

0.000
0.311
0.000
0.311
1080727

0.000
0.319
0.000
0.319
1108946

0.000
0.315
0.000
0.315
1137165

0.000
0.319
0.000
0.319
1165384

0.000
0.316
0.000
0.316
1193603

0.277

0.287

0.287

0.277

0.274

0.265

0.413
6.001
0.000

0.389
6.244
0.000

0.324
6.678
0.000

0.246
6.885
0.000

0.219
7.228
0.000

0.216
6.693
0.000

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Africa
Kenya
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
6.565
6.656
5.719
Africa
Kenya
Population
22655712
24021156
23,358,413
Africa
Kenya
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Kenya
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Kenya
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.290
0.285
0.238
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Lesotho
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.156
0.153
0.153
Africa
Lesotho
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Lesotho
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.156
0.153
0.153
Africa
Lesotho
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1657735
1707991
Africa
Lesotho
Population
1,692,565
Africa
Lesotho
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Lesotho
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Lesotho
0.094
0.090
0.090
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Liberia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.986
0.578
0.340
Africa
Liberia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Liberia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.986
0.578
0.340
Africa
Liberia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2159725
2285409
Africa
Liberia
Population
2,189,455
Africa
Liberia
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Liberia
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Liberia
0.456
0.264
0.149
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.010
0.012
0.012
Africa
Libya
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
21.596
22.807
24.972
Africa
Libya
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
15.189
18.797
16.380
Africa
Libya
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
36.795
41.616
41.364
Africa
Libya
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4032379
4237388
Africa
Libya
Population
4,139,825
Africa
Libya
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Libya
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Libya
9.125
10.053
9.762
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.031
0.031
0.031
Africa
Madagascar
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.953
0.926
0.952
Africa
Madagascar
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Madagascar
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.984
0.958
0.983
Africa
Madagascar
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
11237571
11920536
Africa
Madagascar
Population
11,522,099
Africa
Madagascar
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Madagascar
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Madagascar
0.088
0.083
0.082
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.027
0.043
0.027
Africa
Malawi
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.469
0.491
0.626
Africa
Malawi
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Malawi
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.496
0.534
0.653
Africa
Malawi
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
8906046
9380497
Africa
Malawi
Population
9,214,598
Africa
Malawi
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Malawi
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
6.414
24683898

1993
6.633
25346641

1994
7.003
26009383

1995
7.131
26672126

1996
7.448
27334869

1997
6.909
27997611

0.260

0.262

0.269

0.267

0.272

0.247

0.000
0.160
0.000
0.160
1723417

0.000
0.160
0.000
0.160
1738844

0.000
0.178
0.000
0.178
1754270

0.000
0.178
0.000
0.178
1769696

0.000
0.178
0.000
0.178
1785122

0.000
0.178
0.000
0.178
1800548

0.093

0.092

0.101

0.100

0.100

0.099

0.000
0.344
0.000
0.344
2381364

0.000
0.379
0.000
0.379
2477318

0.000
0.379
0.000
0.379
2573273

0.000
0.379
0.000
0.379
2669227

0.000
0.395
0.000
0.395
2765181

0.000
0.399
0.000
0.399
2861136

0.145

0.153

0.147

0.142

0.143

0.139

0.012
22.568
13.550
36.131
4334950

0.012
24.129
12.441
36.581
4432513

0.015
25.108
12.806
37.929
4530075

0.013
26.637
12.708
39.358
4627638

0.012
27.993
13.484
41.489
4725200

0.012
29.367
14.006
43.384
4822763

8.335

8.253

8.373

8.505

8.780

8.996

0.031
1.030
0.000
1.061
12318974

0.041
1.051
0.000
1.093
12717411

0.041
1.192
0.000
1.233
13115848

0.034
1.242
0.000
1.276
13514286

0.025
1.248
0.000
1.273
13912723

0.028
1.258
0.000
1.286
14311160

0.086

0.086

0.094

0.094

0.091

0.090

0.029
0.626
0.000
0.655
9546397

0.044
0.592
0.000
0.636
9712296

0.050
0.652
0.000
0.702
9878195

0.043
0.684
0.000
0.727
10044095

0.042
0.696
0.000
0.738
10209994

0.042
0.696
0.000
0.738
10375893

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Africa
Malawi
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.056
0.058
0.070
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Mali
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.471
0.468
0.483
Africa
Mali
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Mali
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.471
0.468
0.483
Africa
Mali
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
8078447
8471894
Africa
Mali
Population
8,228,173
Africa
Mali
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Mali
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Mali
0.058
0.057
0.057
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.014
0.014
0.014
Africa
Mauritania
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.051
0.924
0.980
Africa
Mauritania
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Mauritania
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.065
0.938
0.994
Africa
Mauritania
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1940963
2052790
Africa
Mauritania
Population
1,984,449
Africa
Mauritania
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Mauritania
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Mauritania
0.549
0.473
0.484
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.181
0.193
0.159
Africa
Africa
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.523
1.728
1.737
Africa
Mauritius
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Mauritius
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.704
1.921
1.896
Africa
Mauritius
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1062526
1084093
Africa
Mauritius
Population
1,073,507
Africa
Mauritius
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Mauritius
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Mauritius
1.604
1.790
1.749
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
5.060
4.995
5.794
Africa
Africa
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
15.430
16.351
16.341
Africa
Morocco
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.117
0.111
0.076
Africa
Morocco
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
20.608
21.457
22.211
Africa
Morocco
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
24166091
25229599
Africa
Morocco
Population
24,685,960
Africa
Morocco
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Morocco
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Morocco
0.853
0.869
0.880
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.159
0.144
0.154
Africa
Mozambique
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.165
1.042
1.036
Africa
Mozambique
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Mozambique
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.325
1.186
1.191
Africa
Mozambique
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
12600421
13167005
Africa
Mozambique
Population
12,655,732
Africa
Mozambique
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Mozambique
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Mozambique
0.105
0.094
0.090
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
-0.000
0.000
Africa
Namibia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
-2.334
1.235
Africa
Namibia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
-0.000
0.000
Africa
Namibia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
0.069

1993
0.065

1994
0.071

1995
0.072

1996
0.072

1997
0.071

0.000
0.493
0.000
0.493
8715615

0.000
0.509
0.000
0.509
8959336

0.000
0.519
0.000
0.519
9203057

0.000
0.519
0.000
0.519
9446778

0.000
0.532
0.000
0.532
9690499

0.000
0.541
0.000
0.541
9934220

0.057

0.057

0.056

0.055

0.055

0.054

0.014
3.265
0.000
3.279
2121131

0.018
3.374
0.000
3.392
2189472

0.018
3.354
0.000
3.371
2257813

0.015
3.089
0.000
3.104
2326154

0.015
3.438
0.000
3.453
2394495

0.014
3.135
0.000
3.149
2462836

1.546

1.549

1.493

1.335

1.442

1.279

0.138
1.977
0.000
2.115
1094679

0.186
2.091
0.000
2.277
1105265

0.112
2.114
0.000
2.226
1115851

0.147
2.268
0.000
2.415
1126438

0.093
2.306
0.000
2.400
1137024

0.065
2.334
0.000
2.399
1147610

1.932

2.060

1.995

2.144

2.110

2.090

4.128
18.099
0.047
22.275
25773238

6.192
18.761
0.059
25.011
26316877

6.829
20.464
0.059
27.352
26860516

6.854
19.078
0.039
25.971
27404155

8.540
18.435
0.039
27.013
27947794

7.688
19.207
0.098
26.992
28491433

0.864

0.950

1.018

0.948

0.967

0.947

0.149
1.030
0.000
1.179
13678277

0.149
1.021
0.000
1.170
14189550

0.149
0.971
0.000
1.121
14700822

0.142
1.073
0.000
1.215
15212095

0.000
1.063
0.000
1.063
15723367

0.000
1.098
0.000
1.098
16234640

0.086

0.082

0.076

0.080

0.068

0.068

0.000
1.109
0.000

0.000
1.323
0.000

0.000
1.278
0.000

0.000
1.278
0.000

0.000
1.342
0.000

0.000
1.413
0.000

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Africa
Namibia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
11.251
2.334
1.235
Africa
Namibia
Population
1429985
1514749
1,471,314
Africa
Namibia
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Namibia
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Namibia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
7.868
1.586
0.815
person/yr
244.816
241.689
249.845
Africa
South Africa
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
50.053
53.794
57.882
Africa
South Africa
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
South Africa
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
283.618
295.483
307.727
Africa
South Africa
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
37477143
38958604
Africa
South Africa
Population
38,391,094
Africa
South Africa
Area
Sq. km
Africa
South Africa
Country's Dev Index
Africa
South Africa
7.568
7.697
7.899
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
244.816
241.689
249.845
Africa
South Africa
CO2 emission -Coal
SF
Coal
50.053
53.794
57.882
Africa
South Africa
CO2 emission -Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
South Africa
CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
294.869
295.483
307.727
Africa
South Africa
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
37477143
38958604
Africa
South Africa
Population
38,391,094
Africa
South Africa
Area
Sq. km
Africa
South Africa
Country's Dev Index
Africa
South Africa
Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
0.140
0.159
0.174
Africa
Nigeria
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
35.596
35.658
37.001
Africa
Nigeria
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
40.826
45.594
50.526
Africa
Nigeria
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
76.562
81.411
87.701
Africa
Nigeria
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
86518261
91093785
Africa
Nigeria
Population
88,514,058
Africa
Nigeria
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Nigeria
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Nigeria
0.885
0.920
0.963
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Reunion
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.165
1.227
1.433
Africa
Reunion
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Reunion
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.165
1.227
1.433
Africa
Reunion
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
588279
609671
Africa
Reunion
Population
597,308
Africa
Reunion
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Reunion
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Reunion
1.980
2.054
2.351
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Rwanda
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.676
0.700
0.710
Africa
Rwanda
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Rwanda
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.676
0.700
0.710
Africa
Rwanda
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
6745233
6982070
Africa
Rwanda
Population
6,923,738
Africa
Rwanda
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Rwanda
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
1.109
1558183

1993
1.323
1601618

1994
1.278
1645052

1995
1.278
1688487

1996
1.342
1731921

1997
1.413
1775356

0.712

0.826

0.777

0.757

0.775

0.796

257.068
59.883
0.078
317.029
39526115

253.973
58.380
3.514
315.867
40093625

280.372
59.680
3.806
343.858
40661135

279.718
60.653
3.826
344.197
41228646

283.426
61.970
3.593
348.989
41796156

316.429
60.271
3.507
380.207
42363666

8.021

7.878

8.457

8.348

8.350

8.975

257.068
59.883
0.078
317.029
39526115

253.973
58.380
3.514
315.867
40093625

280.372
59.680
3.806
343.858
40661135

279.718
60.653
3.826
344.197
41228646

283.426
61.970
3.593
348.989
41796156

316.429
60.271
3.507
380.207
42363666

0.238
37.481
54.895
92.614
93673512

0.095
39.321
56.771
96.187
96253239

0.084
37.024
57.871
94.979
98832966

0.070
41.922
57.846
99.838
101412693

0.042
41.114
60.393
101.550
103992420

0.045
39.211
52.562
91.818
106572147

0.989

0.999

0.961

0.984

0.977

0.862

0.000
1.389
0.000
1.389
622033

0.000
1.836
0.000
1.836
634396

0.000
1.869
0.000
1.869
646758

0.000
1.850
0.000
1.850
659121

0.000
1.857
0.000
1.857
671484

0.000
1.866
0.000
1.866
683846

2.232

2.894

2.890

2.806

2.765

2.729

0.000
0.730
0.000
0.730
7040402

0.000
0.677
0.000
0.677
7098733

0.000
0.690
0.000
0.690
7157065

0.000
0.700
0.000
0.700
7215397

0.000
0.700
0.000
0.700
7273729

0.000
0.695
0.000
0.695
7332061

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Africa
Rwanda
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.100
0.101
0.102
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Saint Helena
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.006
0.006
0.003
Africa
Saint Helena
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Saint Helena
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.006
0.006
0.003
Africa
Saint Helena
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
6649
6723
Africa
Saint Helena
Population
6,669
Africa
Saint Helena
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Saint Helena
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Saint Helena
0.951
0.948
0.468
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Sao Tome and Principe
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.035
0.069
0.073
Africa
Sao Tome and Principe
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Sao Tome and Principe
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
Africa
0.035
0.069
0.073
Africa
Sao Tome and Principe
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
116915
123496
Sao Tome and Principe
Population
Africa
119,453
Sao Tome and Principe
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Africa
Sao Tome and Principe
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Sao Tome and Principe
0.296
0.580
0.591
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Senegal
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.612
2.561
2.339
Africa
Senegal
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Senegal
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.612
2.561
2.339
Africa
Senegal
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
7189475
7603929
Africa
Senegal
Population
7,361,663
Africa
Senegal
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Senegal
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Senegal
0.363
0.348
0.308
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Seychelles
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.492
0.453
0.488
Africa
Seychelles
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Seychelles
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.492
0.453
0.488
Africa
Seychelles
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
72744
74028
Africa
Seychelles
Population
73,439
Africa
Seychelles
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Seychelles
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Seychelles
6.758
6.170
6.592
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Sierra Leone
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.055
1.065
1.085
Africa
Sierra Leone
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Sierra Leone
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.055
1.065
1.085
Africa
Sierra Leone
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4136314
4323868
Africa
Sierra Leone
Population
4,226,224
Africa
Sierra Leone
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Sierra Leone
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Sierra Leone
0.255
0.252
0.251
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Somalia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.101
0.979
0.590
Africa
Somalia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Somalia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
0.104

1993
0.095

1994
0.096

1995
0.097

1996
0.096

1997
0.095

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003
6778

0.000
0.006
0.000
0.006
6832

0.000
0.006
0.000
0.006
6886

0.000
0.006
0.000
0.006
6941

0.000
0.006
0.000
0.006
6995

0.000
0.006
0.000
0.006
7049

0.464

0.923

0.915

0.908

0.901

0.894

0.000
0.076
0.000
0.076
127539

0.000
0.076
0.000
0.076
131582

0.000
0.079
0.000
0.079
135625

0.000
0.079
0.000
0.079
139668

0.000
0.079
0.000
0.079
143711

0.000
0.079
0.000
0.079
147754

0.597

0.579

0.585

0.563

0.552

0.532

0.000
2.890
0.000
2.890
7846195

0.000
2.873
0.034
2.907
8088462

0.000
3.482
0.067
3.549
8330728

0.000
3.746
0.084
3.830
8572994

0.000
3.817
0.101
3.917
8815260

0.000
3.490
0.067
3.557
9057526

0.368

0.359

0.426

0.447

0.444

0.393

0.000
0.501
0.000
0.501
74616

0.000
0.513
0.000
0.513
75205

0.000
0.521
0.000
0.521
75794

0.000
0.525
0.000
0.525
76383

0.000
0.525
0.000
0.525
76971

0.000
0.562
0.000
0.562
77560

6.709

6.824

6.877

6.867

6.815

7.251

0.000
0.802
0.000
0.802
4421511

0.000
0.813
0.000
0.813
4519155

0.000
0.675
0.000
0.675
4616798

0.000
0.838
0.000
0.838
4714442

0.000
0.838
0.000
0.838
4812085

0.000
0.858
0.000
0.858
4909729

0.181

0.180

0.146

0.178

0.174

0.175

0.000
0.560
0.000

0.000
0.577
0.000

0.000
0.579
0.000

0.000
0.579
0.000

0.000
0.581
0.000

0.000
0.579
0.000

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Africa
Somalia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1.101
0.979
0.590
Africa
Somalia
Population
6586631
6732874
6,675,067
Africa
Somalia
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Somalia
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Somalia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.167
0.147
0.088
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Sudan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
4.287
3.856
5.549
Africa
Sudan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Sudan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
4.287
3.856
5.549
Africa
Sudan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
25871029
27472611
Africa
Sudan
Population
26,627,366
Africa
Sudan
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Sudan
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Sudan
0.166
0.145
0.202
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.405
0.392
0.302
Africa
Swaziland
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.353
0.363
0.402
Africa
Swaziland
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Swaziland
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.758
0.755
0.704
Africa
Swaziland
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
857562
908437
Africa
Swaziland
Population
884,910
Africa
Swaziland
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Swaziland
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Swaziland
0.884
0.853
0.774
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.007
0.010
0.010
Africa
Tanzania
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.495
2.771
2.305
Africa
Tanzania
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Tanzania
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.502
2.781
2.314
Africa
Tanzania
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
24495630
25930613
Africa
Tanzania
Population
25,137,888
Africa
Tanzania
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Tanzania
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Tanzania
0.102
0.111
0.089
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Togo
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.592
0.584
1.025
Africa
Togo
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Togo
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.592
0.584
1.025
Africa
Togo
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3593943
3837658
Africa
Togo
Population
3,704,866
Africa
Togo
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Togo
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Togo
0.165
0.158
0.267
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.369
0.331
0.346
Africa
Tunisia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
9.061
9.185
9.939
Africa
Tunisia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
3.618
3.524
2.675
Africa
Tunisia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
13.049
13.039
12.960
Africa
Tunisia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
8030834
8342898
Africa
Tunisia
Population
8,207,240
Africa
Tunisia
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Tunisia
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
0.560
6790681

1993
0.577
6848488

1994
0.579
6906295

1995
0.579
6964102

1996
0.581
7021909

1997
0.579
7079716

0.082

0.084

0.084

0.083

0.083

0.082

0.000
4.949
0.000
4.949
28317856

0.000
4.870
0.000
4.870
29163100

0.000
4.291
0.000
4.291
30008345

0.000
3.978
0.000
3.978
30853590

0.000
3.946
0.000
3.946
31698835

0.000
4.080
0.000
4.080
32544080

0.175

0.167

0.143

0.129

0.124

0.125

0.246
0.395
0.000
0.641
931965

0.122
0.453
0.000
0.575
955492

0.340
0.485
0.000
0.825
979019

0.419
0.485
0.000
0.904
1002547

0.330
0.485
0.000
0.815
1026074

0.356
0.485
0.000
0.841
1049601

0.688

0.602

0.843

0.902

0.795

0.801

0.010
2.515
0.000
2.525
26723339

0.108
2.639
0.000
2.747
27516064

0.113
2.396
0.000
2.509
28308790

0.111
2.332
0.000
2.444
29101515

0.133
2.345
0.000
2.478
29894240

0.065
2.368
0.000
2.433
30686966

0.094

0.100

0.089

0.084

0.083

0.079

0.000
0.717
0.000
0.717
3970449

0.000
0.538
0.000
0.538
4103241

0.000
0.620
0.000
0.620
4236033

0.000
0.618
0.000
0.618
4368825

0.000
0.625
0.000
0.625
4501616

0.000
0.650
0.000
0.650
4634408

0.181

0.131

0.146

0.142

0.139

0.140

0.349
10.313
2.042
12.704
8478555

0.386
10.641
3.992
15.020
8614213

0.358
10.712
4.890
15.960
8749870

0.279
9.839
4.188
14.306
8885528

0.345
10.224
4.721
15.291
9021186

0.329
10.705
6.191
17.224
9156843

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Africa
Tunisia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.625
1.589
1.553
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Uganda
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.791
0.844
0.912
Africa
Uganda
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Uganda
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.791
0.844
0.912
Africa
Uganda
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
16596290
17691486
Africa
Uganda
Population
17,074,034
Africa
Uganda
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Uganda
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Uganda
0.048
0.049
0.052
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Western Sahara
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.207
0.216
0.216
Africa
Western Sahara
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Western Sahara
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.207
0.216
0.216
Africa
Western Sahara
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
184715
196624
Africa
Western Sahara
Population
191,255
Africa
Western Sahara
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Western Sahara
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Western Sahara
1.118
1.130
1.099
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.95
0.73
0.76
Africa
Zambia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.011
1.984
1.653
Africa
Zambia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Africa
Zambia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.963
2.717
2.410
Africa
Zambia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
7717502
8159185
Africa
Zambia
Population
7,941,694
Africa
Zambia
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Zambia
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Zambia
0.384
0.342
0.295
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
11.33
12.06
12.85
Africa
Zimbabwe
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.735
2.959
3.164
Africa
Zimbabwe
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0
0
0
Africa
Zimbabwe
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
14.067
15.022
16.015
Africa
Zimbabwe
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
9855645
10357241
Africa
Zimbabwe
Population
10,154,053
Africa
Zimbabwe
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Zimbabwe
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Zimbabwe
1.427
1.479
1.546
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Africa
Africa
Coal
272.505
270.625
279.391
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Africa
Africa
Oil
286.977
298.492
305.481
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Africa
Africa
Gas
136.364
149.017
156.126
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
695.846
718.134
740.998
Africa
Africa
Population
Africa
Africa
600108749
615104055
632220535
Area
Sq. km
Africa
Africa
Africa
Africa
Country's Dev Index
Africa
Africa
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.160
1.167
1.172
person/yr
0.281
0.232
0.208
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.981
2.022
1.884
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
4.135
4.045
0.883
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
6.397
6.299
2.975
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
1.498

1993
1.744

1994
1.824

1995
1.610

1996
1.695

1997
1.881

0.000
0.957
0.000
0.957
18308938

0.000
0.992
0.000
0.992
18926390

0.000
1.018
0.000
1.018
19543842

0.000
1.018
0.000
1.018
20161294

0.000
1.012
0.000
1.012
20778745

0.000
1.043
0.000
1.043
21396197

0.052

0.052

0.052

0.050

0.049

0.049

0.000
0.219
0.000
0.219
201993

0.000
0.213
0.000
0.213
207361

0.000
0.213
0.000
0.213
212730

0.000
0.229
0.000
0.229
218099

0.000
0.229
0.000
0.229
223468

0.000
0.229
0.000
0.229
228837

1.086

1.028

1.003

1.050

1.025

1.001

1.00
1.934
0.000
2.930
8376676

0.81
1.596
0.000
2.410
8594168

0.36
1.578
0.000
1.934
8811659

0.30
1.608
0.000
1.910
9029150

0.54
1.641
0.000
2.178
9246641

0.71
1.648
0.000
2.359
9464132

0.350

0.280

0.219

0.212

0.235

0.249

13.50
2.867
0
16.369
10560429

12.35
3.226
0
15.573
10763617

11.87
3.311
0
15.179
10966805

11.14
3.590
0
14.733
11169993

10.68
4.108
0
14.783
11373180

9.52
4.392
0
13.908
11576368

1.550

1.447

1.384

1.319

1.300

1.201

285.485
311.079
154.770
751.333
649337015

283.750
314.240
170.388
768.379
666453496

309.462
318.228
176.871
804.561
683569976

307.413
325.523
184.949
817.885
700686456

312.247
333.918
189.611
835.776
717802936

342.286
336.398
181.843
860.527
734919416

1.157

1.153

1.177

1.167

1.164

1.171

0.096
1.053
0.608
1.757

0.105
1.015
0.586
1.706

0.115
0.975
0.585
1.675

0.126
0.930
0.390
1.446

0.137
0.879
0.449
1.465

0.149
0.822
0.449
1.420
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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
Population
14713620
15592225
14,669,339
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Afghanistan
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.435
0.429
0.191
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.556
0.578
0.577
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.556
0.578
0.577
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
45721
48209
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
Population
47,199
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
American Samoa
12.151
12.236
11.978
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
131.969
133.000
126.163
Asia & Oceania
Australia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
98.869
95.407
93.386
Asia & Oceania
Australia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
31.385
34.871
32.696
Asia & Oceania
Australia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
262.223
263.278
252.245
Asia & Oceania
Australia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
16781510
17236382
Asia & Oceania
Australia
Population
17,022,133
Asia & Oceania
Australia
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Australia
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Australia
15.626
15.467
14.634
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.638
1.438
0.460
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
5.708
5.336
5.624
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
8.157
8.048
8.594
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
14.504
14.821
14.677
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
107714950
111947910
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
Population
109,896,945
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Bangladesh
0.135
0.135
0.131
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.047
0.047
0.047
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.030
0.077
0.077
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.077
0.125
0.124
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1566047
1638469
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
Population
1,597,719
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Bhutan
0.049
0.078
0.076
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.931
0.940
1.364
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
4.302
3.606
1.425
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
5.233
4.546
2.789
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
250877
265992
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
Population
258,172
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Brunei
20.858
17.607
10.484
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
16515111

1993
17437997

1994
18360883

1995
19283769

1996
20206654

1997
21129540

0.106

0.098

0.091

0.075

0.073

0.067

0.000
0.593
0.000
0.593
49219

0.000
0.590
0.000
0.590
50230

0.000
0.576
0.000
0.576
51240

0.000
0.563
0.000
0.563
52250

0.000
0.573
0.000
0.573
53260

0.000
0.573
0.000
0.573
54270

12.053

11.748

11.237

10.782

10.757

10.557

139.410
97.755
33.744
270.909
17450630

141.746
101.230
35.097
278.072
17664879

138.119
104.349
36.586
279.054
17879128

140.545
105.449
39.268
285.262
18093377

152.281
105.901
39.629
297.811
18307625

179.981
107.504
39.870
327.354
18521874

15.524

15.742

15.608

15.766

16.267

17.674

0.415
5.730
10.245
16.390
113998875

0.114
6.054
11.265
17.434
116049840

0.107
6.908
12.261
19.276
118100805

1.162
7.812
13.451
22.425
120151770

0.668
8.018
13.926
22.613
122202734

1.227
8.465
13.926
23.618
124253699

0.144

0.150

0.163

0.187

0.185

0.190

0.050
0.081
0.000
0.130
1679220

0.048
0.081
0.000
0.128
1719970

0.111
0.091
0.000
0.202
1760720

0.132
0.105
0.000
0.237
1801471

0.145
0.113
0.000
0.258
1842221

0.145
0.123
0.000
0.268
1882971

0.078

0.075

0.115

0.132

0.140

0.142

0.000
0.988
2.644
3.631
273813

0.000
1.182
2.311
3.492
281633

0.000
1.380
1.506
2.886
289454

0.000
1.418
2.087
3.505
297274

0.000
1.778
1.678
3.456
305094

0.000
1.754
1.893
3.647
312915

13.262

12.401

9.970

11.790

11.328

11.656

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
0.15
0.15
0.16
0.16
0.14
Asia & Oceania
Burma
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.32
2.20
2.30
2.49
2.50
Asia & Oceania
Burma
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2.13
2.20
2.04
1.93
2.16
Asia & Oceania
Burma
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
Asia & Oceania
Burma
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4.602
4.551
4.504
4.578
4.803
Asia & Oceania
Burma
Population
38001887
38850747
39175292
39499838
38,526,201
Asia & Oceania
Burma
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Burma
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Burma
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.121
0.118
0.116
0.117
0.122
person/yr
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.468
0.468
0.480
0.493
0.493
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.468
0.468
0.480
0.493
0.493
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
Population
9002549
9587281
9903458
10219634
9,271,105
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Cambodia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.052
0.050
0.050
0.050
0.048
person/yr
1874.183
1886.006
1960.736
2022.668
2131.958
Asia & Oceania
China
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
337.099
325.147
353.862
367.705
421.960
Asia & Oceania
China
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
30.685
30.039
31.068
31.401
32.870
Asia & Oceania
China
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2241.968
2241.193
2345.666
2421.774
2586.787
Asia & Oceania
China
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
1132001669 1,148,364,470
1160413359
1172462248 1184511138
Asia & Oceania
China
Population
Asia & Oceania
China
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
China
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
China
1.981
1.952
2.021
2.066
2.184
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.047
0.047
0.039
0.047
0.047
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.047
0.047
0.039
0.047
0.047
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
18209
18449
18666
18884
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
Population
18,231
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Cook Islands
2.606
2.603
2.093
2.543
2.513
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
-----Asia & Oceania
East Timor
CO2 emission -Coal
TT
Coal
-----Asia & Oceania
East Timor
CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
-----Asia & Oceania
East Timor
CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
East Timor
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
Asia & Oceania
East Timor
Population
746,086
Asia & Oceania
East Timor
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
East Timor
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
East Timor
Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person/yr
0.027
0.039
0.037
0.041
0.059
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.004
1.065
0.973
0.804
0.808
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.031
1.104
1.010
0.845
0.866
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
727732
747530
756971
766411
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
Population
738,090

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1994
0.13
2.84
2.81
5.786
39824383

1995
0.15
2.75
3.22
6.117
40148929

1996
0.11
2.96
3.14
6.220
40473475

1997
0.10
3.77
2.97
6.842
40798020

0.145

0.152

0.154

0.168

0.000
0.506
0.000
0.506
10535811

0.000
0.517
0.000
0.517
10851987

0.000
0.518
0.000
0.518
11168163

0.000
0.531
0.000
0.531
11484340

0.048

0.048

0.046

0.046

2322.127
2336.055
2359.135
2490.593
440.841
472.832
479.488
535.577
34.631
35.673
39.629
42.777
2797.598
2844.560
2878.253
3068.947
1196560027 1208608916 1220657805 1232706694

2.338

2.354

2.358

2.490

0.000
0.048
0.000
0.048
19101

0.000
0.048
0.000
0.048
19319

0.000
0.048
0.000
0.048
19537

0.000
0.048
0.000
0.048
19754

2.504

2.469

2.448

2.421

----

----

----

----

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

0.059
0.799
0.000
0.858
775852

0.051
0.830
0.000
0.881
785292

0.054
0.846
0.000
0.900
794732

0.051
0.840
0.000
0.892
804173

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Fiji
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.416
1.496
1.351
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.976
0.922
0.913
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.976
0.922
0.913
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
196733
206554
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
Population
201,826
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
French Polynesia
4.960
4.567
4.418
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Guam
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.742
1.835
2.080
Asia & Oceania
Guam
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Guam
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.742
1.835
2.080
Asia & Oceania
Guam
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
131399
136245
Asia & Oceania
Guam
Population
134,125
Asia & Oceania
Guam
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Guam
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Guam
5.645
13.681
15.267
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands CO2 emission -Coal
IQ
Coal
0.280
0.288
0.289
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
0.280
0.288
0.289
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands TotalCO2 level
M Tons
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands Population
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
U.S. Pacific Islands Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
22.158
19.935
21.506
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
18.510
18.561
19.454
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.753
0.812
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
40.668
39.250
41.773
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5625473
5785035
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
Population
5,687,959
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Hong Kong
7.229
6.900
7.221
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
364.566
380.212
415.269
Asia & Oceania
India
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
155.698
160.072
162.327
Asia & Oceania
India
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
28.559
34.275
38.673
Asia & Oceania
India
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
548.822
574.560
616.270
Asia & Oceania
India
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
826192525
857760426
Asia & Oceania
India
Population
841,655,108
Asia & Oceania
India
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
India
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
India
0.664
0.683
0.718
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
14.091
15.579
14.012
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
83.296
94.474
100.162
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1.116

1.131

1.106

1.122

1.133

1.109

0.000
0.867
0.000
0.867
211283

0.000
0.848
0.000
0.848
216011

0.000
0.686
0.000
0.686
220740

0.000
0.708
0.000
0.708
225468

0.000
0.708
0.000
0.708
230196

0.000
0.708
0.000
0.708
234925

4.103

3.925

3.107

3.141

3.077

3.015

0.000
2.492
0.000
2.492
138365

0.000
3.324
0.000
3.324
140485

0.000
4.744
0.000
4.744
142605

0.000
3.600
0.000
3.600
144725

0.000
3.212
0.000
3.212
146844

0.000
3.657
0.000
3.657
148964

18.010

23.659

33.266

24.878

21.870

24.551

0.000
0.292
0.000
0.292

0.000
0.286
0.000
0.286

0.000
0.287
0.000
0.287

0.000
0.295
0.000
0.295

0.000
0.302
0.000
0.302

0.000
0.296
0.000
0.296

20.892
22.203
0.911
44.006
5882111

22.914
23.904
0.961
47.779
5979187

16.369
27.576
1.037
44.982
6076263

17.642
28.373
1.099
47.115
6173340

16.610
27.903
3.638
48.152
6270416

13.347
26.570
5.746
45.663
6367492

7.481

7.991

7.403

7.632

7.679

7.171

441.830
172.506
38.716
653.052
873865745

469.323
177.693
37.320
684.335
889971063

494.488
192.578
40.074
727.140
906076381

603.852
214.890
43.436
862.178
922181700

550.913
226.927
42.401
820.242
938287018

579.648
239.044
43.537
862.230
954392336

0.747

0.769

0.803

0.935

0.874

0.903

16.271
104.715

25.647
111.485

30.839
112.562

26.441
116.286

35.819
126.105

31.307
139.399
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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
40.499
40.809
42.040
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
137.886
150.862
156.213
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
Population
184642721
191618689
188,005,383
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Indonesia
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.747
0.802
0.815
person/yr
237.002
245.961
249.287
Asia & Oceania
Japan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
642.744
660.987
668.700
Asia & Oceania
Japan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
95.585
102.114
109.114
Asia & Oceania
Japan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
975.331
1009.062
1027.102
Asia & Oceania
Japan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
122864390
123853638
Asia & Oceania
Japan
Population
123,537,399
Asia & Oceania
Japan
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Japan
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Japan
7.938
8.168
8.293
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.022
0.022
0.026
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.022
0.022
0.026
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
69961
73405
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
Population
71,341
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Kiribati
0.315
0.309
0.356
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
118.271
111.919
108.349
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
9.745
11.045
11.451
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
128.016
122.964
119.799
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
19728054
20181460
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
Population
20,018,546
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Korea, North
6.489
6.143
5.936
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
93.082
91.185
90.716
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
119.608
143.630
170.574
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
5.517
6.321
7.319
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
218.208
241.136
268.609
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
42394500
43308228
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
Population
42,869,000
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Korea, South
5.147
5.625
6.202
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.002
0.002
0.002
Asia & Oceania
Laos
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.223
0.216
0.242
Asia & Oceania
Laos
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Laos
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.225
0.219
0.244
Asia & Oceania
Laos
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
4118723
4339180
Asia & Oceania
Laos
Population
4,210,452
Asia & Oceania
Laos
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Laos
Country's Dev Index
Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"
Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
50.855
171.840
195231994

1993
61.307
198.439
198845300

1994
65.014
208.415
202458605

1995
70.542
213.269
206071911

1996
73.244
235.168
209685216

1997
74.050
244.757
213298522

0.880

0.998

1.029

1.035

1.122

1.147

240.161
689.243
111.732
1041.136
124169876

239.953
674.589
112.311
1026.853
124486115

257.292
709.650
120.365
1087.308
124802353

265.620
688.005
121.877
1075.502
125118592

269.733
703.394
131.980
1105.107
125434830

296.982
705.920
134.708
1137.611
125751069

8.385

8.249

8.712

8.596

8.810

9.047

0.000
0.022
0.000
0.022
75470

0.000
0.022
0.000
0.022
77534

0.000
0.022
0.000
0.022
79599

0.000
0.022
0.000
0.022
81663

0.000
0.022
0.000
0.022
83727

0.000
0.022
0.000
0.022
85792

0.292

0.285

0.278

0.271

0.264

0.258

93.484
11.009
0.000
104.493
20344373

85.869
10.855
0.000
96.724
20507287

79.131
10.501
0.000
89.633
20670200

72.742
9.534
0.000
82.276
20833114

63.687
7.223
0.000
70.910
20996028

59.549
6.160
0.000
65.709
21158941

5.136

4.717

4.336

3.949

3.377

3.105

79.665
201.370
9.594
290.629
43747457

94.908
220.942
11.985
327.835
44186685

100.448
229.138
15.953
345.540
44625913

102.412
256.301
19.290
378.003
45065142

109.051
264.341
25.485
398.877
45504370

122.517
275.981
30.999
429.496
45943598

6.643

7.419

7.743

8.388

8.766

9.348

0.002
0.263
0.000
0.265
4467908

0.002
0.263
0.000
0.266
4596636

0.002
0.283
0.000
0.286
4725364

0.038
0.297
0.000
0.335
4854093

0.150
0.318
0.000
0.468
4982821

0.307
0.333
0.000
0.639
5111549

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Appendix A of "Worldwide CO2 emission Reduction Project"

Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Asia & Oceania
Laos
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.055
0.052
0.056
person/yr
0.000
0.007
0.006
Asia & Oceania
Macau
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.062
1.084
1.078
Asia & Oceania
Macau
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Macau
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.062
1.091
1.085
Asia & Oceania
Macau
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
342158
359714
Asia & Oceania
Macau
Population
351,756
Asia & Oceania
Macau
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Macau
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Macau
3.105
3.100
3.015
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
4.226
5.104
5.265
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
31.853
39.067
40.601
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
16.373
20.682
24.170
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
52.452
64.853
70.037
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
17129682
17932576
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
Population
17,503,607
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Malaysia
3.062
3.705
3.906
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.088
0.098
0.098
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.088
0.098
0.098
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
210157
224908
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
Population
216,401
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Maldives
0.420
0.452
0.435
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
7.675
7.220
9.238
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.413
2.290
2.129
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
10.088
9.511
11.367
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2160944
2254790
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
Population
2,216,340
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Mongolia
4.668
4.291
5.041
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.149
0.155
0.155
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.149
0.155
0.155
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
9310
9724
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
Population
9,488
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Nauru
15.981
16.370
15.973
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.195
0.031
0.166
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.611
0.598
0.761
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
0.059

1993
0.058

1994
0.060

1995
0.069

1996
0.094

1997
0.125

0.006
1.114
0.000
1.121
367672

0.007
1.233
0.000
1.240
375631

0.007
1.309
0.000
1.316
383589

0.006
1.268
0.000
1.274
391547

0.006
1.459
0.000
1.466
399505

0.003
1.489
0.000
1.492
407463

3.048

3.301

3.430

3.253

3.669

3.662

5.927
42.323
24.034
72.285
18361544

4.559
46.674
28.294
79.527
18790513

6.051
52.847
26.777
85.675
19219481

6.118
55.797
26.954
88.868
19648450

8.262
61.592
31.273
101.126
20077419

6.266
62.494
32.765
101.525
20506387

3.937

4.232

4.458

4.523

5.037

4.951

0.000
0.101
0.000
0.101
233416

0.000
0.123
0.000
0.123
241923

0.000
0.243
0.000
0.243
250431

0.000
0.344
0.000
0.344
258938

0.000
0.354
0.000
0.354
267445

0.000
0.312
0.000
0.312
275953

0.432

0.508

0.969

1.329

1.323

1.130

7.850
1.934
0.000
9.784
2293239

6.973
1.862
0.000
8.835
2331689

6.328
1.902
0.000
8.230
2370138

6.890
1.685
0.000
8.575
2408588

6.863
1.747
0.000
8.610
2447037

5.967
1.162
0.000
7.130
2485487

4.266

3.789

3.472

3.560

3.519

2.868

0.000
0.159
0.000
0.159
9959

0.000
0.159
0.000
0.159
10195

0.000
0.159
0.000
0.159
10431

0.000
0.162
0.000
0.162
10667

0.000
0.162
0.000
0.162
10902

0.000
0.162
0.000
0.162
11138

15.924

15.555

15.226

15.195

14.867

14.552

0.246
0.854
0.000

0.144
0.885
0.000

0.291
1.010
0.000

0.313
1.071
0.000

0.303
1.349
0.000

0.308
1.601
0.000

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.807
0.629
0.927
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
Population
18894334
19862898
19,325,207
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Nepal
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.043
0.033
0.047
person/yr
0.428
0.339
0.364
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.196
1.221
1.335
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.623
1.560
1.698
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
165465
171707
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
Population
168,361
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
New Caledonia
9.809
9.266
9.892
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
4.684
4.956
4.769
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
13.612
14.271
14.133
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
9.094
9.228
9.842
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
27.390
28.455
28.745
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3340659
3405620
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
Population
3,359,604
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
New Zealand
8.199
8.470
8.440
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Niue
CO2 emission -Coal
NE
Coal
0.003
0.003
0.003
Asia & Oceania
Niue
CO2 emission -Oil
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Niue
CO2 emission -Gas
Gas
0.003
0.003
0.003
Asia & Oceania
Niue
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
Asia & Oceania
Niue
Population
Asia & Oceania
Niue
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Niue
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Niue
Per capita CO2 emission gm/
person
6.990
7.257
7.672
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
31.466
33.658
33.718
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
23.420
25.789
26.330
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
61.876
66.704
67.720
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
111642542
117754926
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
Population
114,578,478
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Pakistan
0.554
0.582
0.575
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.002
0.002
0.002
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2.421
2.456
2.432
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
2.424
2.459
2.434
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea TotalCO2 level
M Tons
3741430
3935007
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea Population
3,824,787
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
1.100
20400589

1993
1.029
20938281

1994
1.301
21475972

1995
1.384
22013663

1996
1.652
22551354

1997
1.909
23089045

0.054

0.049

0.061

0.063

0.073

0.083

0.354
1.400
0.000
1.754
175052

0.354
1.400
0.000
1.754
178398

0.343
1.362
0.000
1.706
181743

0.343
1.362
0.000
1.706
185089

0.412
1.394
0.000
1.807
188434

0.264
1.394
0.000
1.658
191780

10.020

9.833

9.385

9.215

9.587

8.648

5.383
14.994
10.553
30.930
3451636

5.440
14.941
9.469
29.850
3497651

5.092
16.535
9.570
31.196
3543667

5.184
16.812
9.139
31.135
3589683

4.591
17.234
10.363
32.188
3635699

4.771
17.728
11.181
33.680
3681715

8.961

8.534

8.803

8.673

8.853

9.148

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003

0.000
0.003
0.000
0.003

7.985
34.461
27.154
69.600
120931374

8.710
39.711
28.746
77.167
124107822

8.985
44.406
30.925
84.316
127284270

8.357
46.827
31.848
87.032
130460718

8.350
51.818
34.338
94.506
133637166

8.300
52.334
34.443
95.076
136813614

0.576

0.622

0.662

0.667

0.707

0.695

0.002
2.431
0.117
2.551
4045226

0.003
2.421
0.156
2.580
4155446

0.003
2.369
0.098
2.470
4265666

0.003
2.399
0.195
2.597
4375886

0.002
2.399
0.254
2.655
4486105

0.002
2.441
0.215
2.658
4596325

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Asia & Oceania
Papua New Guinea Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
0.648
0.643
0.619
person/yr
4.700
5.400
5.954
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
35.281
35.940
35.394
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
39.981
41.341
41.348
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
62980326
65860291
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
Population
64,318,120
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Philippines
0.635
0.643
0.628
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.123
0.129
0.129
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.123
0.129
0.129
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
168947
171376
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
Population
170,477
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Samoa
0.727
0.757
0.753
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.059
0.104
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
53.292
57.635
61.188
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
53.351
57.738
61.188
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
2983780
3146065
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
Population
3,047,100
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Singapore
17.881
18.949
19.449
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.171
0.174
0.174
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.171
0.174
0.174
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
324317
347691
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
Population
334,524
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Solomon Islands
0.527
0.520
0.500
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.003
0.003
0.007
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
4.795
5.117
5.197
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
4.798
5.120
5.204
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
16963625
17397464
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
Population
17,192,896
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Sri Lanka
0.283
0.298
0.299
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
38.844
36.674
40.594
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
75.084
76.743
77.676
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
2.772
4.422
5.543
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
0.631

1993
0.621

1994
0.579

1995
0.593

1996
0.592

1997
0.578

5.820
39.580
0.000
45.400
67402461

7.260
42.948
0.000
50.208
68944632

7.371
45.332
0.000
52.703
70486802

7.647
49.688
0.018
57.353
72028973

9.268
50.524
0.018
59.811
73571143

10.158
55.015
0.018
65.191
75113314

0.674

0.728

0.748

0.796

0.813

0.868

0.000
0.132
0.000
0.132
172275

0.000
0.132
0.000
0.132
173174

0.000
0.126
0.000
0.126
174073

0.000
0.135
0.000
0.135
174972

0.000
0.135
0.000
0.135
175870

0.000
0.135
0.000
0.135
176769

0.768

0.764

0.724

0.774

0.770

0.766

0.081
65.235
2.147
67.464
3245031

0.037
72.218
2.928
75.183
3343996

0.031
78.297
2.928
81.256
3442961

0.001
79.543
2.928
82.472
3541927

0.000
94.907
2.928
97.835
3640892

0.002
96.533
2.928
99.463
3739857

20.790

22.483

23.601

23.284

26.871

26.595

0.000
0.171
0.000
0.171
360858

0.000
0.168
0.000
0.168
374025

0.000
0.165
0.000
0.165
387192

0.000
0.170
0.000
0.170
400359

0.000
0.170
0.000
0.170
413526

0.000
0.170
0.000
0.170
426693

0.473

0.448

0.425

0.425

0.411

0.399

0.005
5.491
0.000
5.496
17602032

0.007
6.281
0.000
6.288
17806600

0.009
6.613
0.000
6.622
18011168

0.005
7.068
0.000
7.073
18215736

0.009
7.958
0.000
7.967
18420303

0.008
8.867
0.000
8.876
18624871

0.312

0.353

0.368

0.388

0.432

0.477

46.640
77.673
6.053

56.959
86.368
5.873

59.870
93.377
7.420

66.471
106.515
7.961

72.998
113.782
9.097

84.268
112.466
10.858

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
116.701
117.840
123.813
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
Population
20035893
20466185
20,278,957
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Taiwan
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
5.825
5.811
6.050
person/yr
10.381
14.067
16.519
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
49.987
58.713
63.746
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
9.614
10.981
12.459
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
69.982
83.761
92.723
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
54427603
55960230
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
Population
55,250,029
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Thailand
1.286
1.516
1.657
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.087
0.087
0.097
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.087
0.087
0.097
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
92002
93098
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
Population
92,073
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Tonga
0.949
0.948
1.046
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.124
0.131
0.096
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.124
0.131
0.096
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
150084
157368
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
Population
153,785
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Vanuatu
0.826
0.849
0.612
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
8.803
11.343
9.330
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
6.995
7.841
8.397
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.057
0.076
0.134
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
15.855
19.260
17.861
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
65925954
68460475
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
Population
67,282,704
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Vietnam
0.241
0.286
0.261
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
1.271
1.239
1.239
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
1.271
1.239
1.239
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
75
75
75
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
Population
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
Country's Dev Index

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
130.366
20653413

1993
149.199
20840641

1994
160.666
21027869

1995
180.947
21215097

1996
195.878
21402325

1997
207.592
21589553

6.312

7.159

7.641

8.529

9.152

9.615

16.934
69.805
13.145
99.884
56670432

17.983
79.311
16.387
113.681
57380633

20.613
88.307
18.046
126.966
58090835

23.974
100.591
19.408
143.973
58801036

35.958
110.909
22.094
168.961
59511237

34.340
113.482
27.741
175.563
60221439

1.763

1.981

2.186

2.448

2.839

2.915

0.000
0.099
0.000
0.099
94123

0.000
0.103
0.000
0.103
95147

0.000
0.115
0.000
0.115
96172

0.000
0.115
0.000
0.115
97197

0.000
0.128
0.000
0.128
98222

0.000
0.131
0.000
0.131
99247

1.056

1.078

1.197

1.184

1.300

1.318

0.000
0.065
0.000
0.065
160952

0.000
0.065
0.000
0.065
164535

0.000
0.065
0.000
0.065
168118

0.000
0.065
0.000
0.065
171702

0.000
0.065
0.000
0.065
175285

0.000
0.065
0.000
0.065
178868

0.401

0.392

0.384

0.376

0.368

0.361

9.358
9.267
0.402
19.027
69638245

9.778
11.741
1.888
23.406
70816016

9.784
12.903
1.888
24.575
71993786

17.687
14.341
1.876
33.904
73171557

20.839
17.593
2.180
40.611
74349328

19.102
19.125
0.931
39.158
75527098

0.273

0.331

0.341

0.463

0.546

0.518

0.000
1.258
0.000
1.258
75

0.000
1.258
0.000
1.258
75

0.000
1.283
0.000
1.283
75

0.000
1.295
0.000
1.295
75

0.000
1.302
0.000
1.302
75

0.000
1.308
0.000
1.308
75

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World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1989
1990
1991
Asia & Oceania
Wake Island
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
16948.131
16524.640
16524.640
person/yr
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Coal
2943.460
2978.214
3086.840
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Oil
1792.944
1863.988
1946.564
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Gas
312.284
338.263
353.145
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5048.688
5180.465
5386.549
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Population
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
2908478532
2956475512
3001581600
Area
Sq. km
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Country's Dev Index
Asia & Oceania
Asia & Oceania
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
1.736
1.752
1.795
person/yr
8245.336
8260.490
7964.229
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
World Total
World Total
8983.045
9000.386
9043.108
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
World Total
World Total
4101.714
4134.042
4274.122
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
World Total
World Total
21330.095
21394.917
21281.460
World Total
World Total
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
5188078502
5270695669
5350086516
Population
World Total
World Total
Area
Sq.
km
World Total
World Total
World Total
World Total
Country's Dev Index
4.111
4.059
3.978
World Total
World Total
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

1992
16774.370

1993
16778.344

1994
17104.679

1995
17272.755

1996
17357.964

1997
17439.724

3161.733
3330.999
3564.115
3709.965
3726.358
3949.668
2051.277
2170.177
2296.071
2398.820
2498.566
2606.515
375.981
401.913
428.475
450.662
487.749
512.002
5588.991
5903.089
6288.660
6559.447
6712.673
7068.184
3046687688 3091793776 3136899864 3182005952 3227112040 3272218128

1.834

1.909

2.005

2.061

2.080

2.160

7913.541
8016.602
8099.304
8195.206
8334.762
8574.152
9074.085
9091.606
9199.091
9315.706
9513.062
9727.433
4259.121
4373.237
4345.913
4478.968
4682.704
4667.505
21246.747 21481.446
21644.307
21989.880 22530.527 22969.090
5429477363 5508868211 5588259058 5667649905 5747040752 5826431599

3.913

3.899

3.873

3.880

3.920

3.942

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1998
1999
2000
North America
Bermuda
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Bermuda
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.518
0.518
0.518
North America
Bermuda
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Bermuda
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
0.518
0.518
0.518
North America
Bermuda
Population
61933
62452
62,971
North America
Bermuda
Area
Sq. km
North America
Bermuda
Country's Dev Index
North America
Bermuda
8.359
8.289
8.220
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
141.079
136.842
137.408
North America
Canada
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
249.794
251.947
255.579
North America
Canada
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
157.033
172.199
165.457
North America
Canada
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
547.907
560.987
558.444
North America
Canada
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
30580598
30929347
31278097
North America
Canada
Population
North America
Canada
Area
Sq. km
North America
Canada
Country's Dev Index
North America
Canada
17.917
18.138
17.854
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Greenland
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.543
0.543
0.556
North America
Greenland
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Greenland
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.543
0.543
0.556
North America
Greenland
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
56183
56246
56309
North America
Greenland
Population
North America
Greenland
Area
Sq. km
North America
Greenland
Country's Dev Index
North America
Greenland
9.673
9.662
9.877
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
24.981
27.066
27.573
North America
Mexico
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
257.549
252.794
265.217
North America
Mexico
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
86.330
81.228
87.815
North America
Mexico
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
368.860
361.088
380.606
North America
Mexico
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
96924026
98425323
North America
Mexico
Population
99,926,620
North America
Mexico
Area
Sq. km
North America
Mexico
Country's Dev Index
North America
Mexico
3.806
3.669
3.809
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.069
0.069
0.076
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.069
0.069
0.076
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
6802
6849
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Population
North America
6,896
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Area
Sq. km
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Country's Dev Index
North America
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
10.183
10.113
10.958
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
2022.273
2023.541
2119.241
North America
United States
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
2345.581
2413.268
2442.971
North America
United States
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
1213.582
1216.433
1261.268
North America
United States
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
5581.437
5653.243
5823.480
North America
United States
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
275897284 279117957
North America
United States
Population
282,338,631

Sukhamay Gangopadhyay "sukganguly@yahoo.com"


Brisbane, Asutralia

2001
0.000
0.516
0.000
0.516
63397

2002
0.000
0.518
0.000
0.518
63823

2003
0.000
0.557
0.000
0.557
64249

2004
0.000
0.602
0.000
0.602
64675

2005 1980-2005
0.000
0.623
0.000
0.623
14.722
65101
59476
53
53

8.141

8.111

8.677

9.306

9.571

134.622
258.734
172.230
565.586
31575539

148.042
263.316
175.088
586.446
31872980

148.057
278.981
186.381
613.420
32170422

150.503
291.442
184.343
626.288
32467864

152.989
289.938
188.335
631.261
32765306
9984670

17.912

18.399

19.068

19.289

19.266

13054.130
28694261
9984670
0.913
17.441

0.000
0.572
0.000
0.572
56307

0.000
0.578
0.000
0.578
56305

0.000
0.581
0.000
0.581
56303

0.000
0.588
0.000
0.588
56301

0.000
0.590
0.000
0.590
56299
2166086

7.670
54775
2166086

10.157

10.269

10.325

10.437

10.480

9.759

30.314
260.252
86.841
377.407
101180844

32.403
251.601
99.767
383.771
102435067

37.366
250.338
101.730
389.433
103689291

28.333
253.716
99.803
381.852
104943514

35.358
264.178
98.712
398.247
106197738
1972550

3.730

3.746

3.756

3.639

3.750

8236.503
88195789
1972550
0.764
3.580

0.000
0.069
0.000
0.069
6912

0.000
0.069
0.000
0.069
6928

0.000
0.076
0.000
0.076
6944

0.000
0.082
0.000
0.082
6960

0.000
0.083
0.000
0.083
6976
242

3.569
6532
242

10.021

9.997

10.881

11.762

11.916

21.351

2051.237
2461.741
1210.147
5723.124
285021026

2053.979
2457.749
1251.415
5763.142
287703421

2092.539
2499.699
1220.575
5812.813
290385816

2115.473
2597.921
1222.073
5935.467
293068211

2141.655
2613.955
1201.369
5956.979
295750606

134600.879
259946386

9.562

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Appendix : A - Worldwide/ regionwise/ countrywise per capita CO2 emission estimation


World Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the Consumption of Coal, Petroleum & Natural Gas 1980-2006
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Region
Country
Parameter
Unit
Fuel
1998
1999
2000
North America
United States
Area
Sq. km
North America
United States
Country's Dev Index
North America
United States
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
20.230
20.254
20.626
person/yr
CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
North America
North America
Coal
2188.333
2187.449
2284.222
CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
North America
North America
Oil
2854.055
2919.139
2964.917
CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
North America
North America
Gas
1456.946
1469.859
1514.540
TotalCO2 level
M Tons
6499.334
6576.448
6763.679
North America
North America
Population
North America
North America
403526825 408598175
413669524
Area
Sq. km
North America
North America
North America
North America
Country's Dev Index
16.106
16.095
16.350
North America
North America
Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
person/yr
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda CO2 emission -Coal
M Tons
Coal
0.495
0.495
0.511
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda CO2 emission -Oil
M Tons
Oil
0.000
0.000
0.000
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda CO2 emission -Gas
M Tons
Gas
0.495
0.495
0.511
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda TotalCO2 level
M Tons
65715
66090
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda Population
66,464
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda Area
Sq. km
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda Country's Dev Index
Central & South AmericaAntigua and Barbuda Per capita CO2 emission Tons/
7.529
7.486
7.684
per