The above infographic, estimates carbon dioxide emissions from the combustion of coal, natural gas, oil and other fuels, including industrial waste and non-renewable municipal waste worldwide. Some developing countries like India and China lead in the growth rate of carbon dioxide emissions. 

Developed countries and major emerging economy nations lead in total carbon dioxide emissions. In 2017, half of all global emissions were held accountable by countries like China, India and US. Global decision-makers and business leaders are focusing in on carbon emissions as a key issue.

The total global emission in 2017 with the share of emission in some of the countries is given as follows:
27.2%  - China,
14.6% - US,
4.7%   - Russia,
3.3%   - Japan,
2.2%   - Germany,
1.9%   - Iran,
1.7%   - South Korea,
1.6%   - Canada,
1.4%    - Mexico, Indonesia,
1.3%    - Brazil , South Africa,
1.2%    - Turkey,
1.1%    - Australia, U.K,
1%       - France, Italy,
0.9%    - Poland, Thailand,
0.8%    - Spain, Kazakhstan,
0.7%    - Malaysia,
0.6%    - Argentina, Vietnam, U.A.E, Ukraine, Egypt.


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Global Carbon Emissions in One Chart

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The above infographic, estimates carbon dioxide emissions from the combustion of coal, natural gas, oil and other fuels, including industrial waste and non-renewable municipal waste worldwide. Some developing countries like India and China lead in the growth rate of carbon dioxide emissions.

Developed countries and major emerging economy nations lead in total carbon dioxide emissions. In 2017, half of all global emissions were held accountable by countries like China, India and US. Global decision-makers and business leaders are focusing in on carbon emissions as a key issue.

The total global emission in 2017 with the share of emission in some of the countries is given as follows:
27.2% - China,
14.6% - US,
4.7% - Russia,
3.3% - Japan,
2.2% - Germany,
1.9% - Iran,
1.7% - South Korea,
1.6% - Canada,
1.4% - Mexico, Indonesia,
1.3% - Brazil , South Africa,
1.2% - Turkey,
1.1% - Australia, U.K,
1% - France, Italy,
0.9% - Poland, Thailand,
0.8% - Spain, Kazakhstan,
0.7% - Malaysia,
0.6% - Argentina, Vietnam, U.A.E, Ukraine, Egypt.


Image source & credits: www.visualcapitalist.com

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