Fossil Fuel CO2 Emissions

Total Emissions


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Fossil fuel CO2 emissions by countries and regions for 1850-2018. The bunker fuels are not included. Data source: CDIAC primary data (1850-2014) and extensions by using BP's preliminary energy consumption data for each fuel type (2015-2018).
(a) For the total developed and developing countries and regions.
(b) For developed countries and regions: "Russia" = 0.6 x USSR (1850-1991) + Russian Federation (1992-2018). "Rest of Europe & Eurasia" = CDIAC's [Centrally Planned Europe + Western Europe + Germany + Turkey] - ["Russia" + Germany + U.K.], and Ships/Air = Sum of the bunker fuels of all the countries.
(c) For developing countries and regions: Rest of Asia Pacific = CDIAC's [Centrally Planned Asia + Far East + Oceania] - [China + India + Japan + Australia], Middle East = CDIAC's Middle East - Turkey, S.&Cent. America = CDIAC's Developing America, Africa = CDIAC's Africa.
Note: Missing data before the first year with data are assumed to be zero, and between two data are linearly interpolated. The negative numbers in CDIAC's original data are replaced by zero. [Last modified 2019/08/04]

Top: Time series of fraction in % of the countries and regions CO2 emissions and bottom: cumulative emissions since 1751. Figure in PDF. Data source: CDIAC (1751-2014) and BP (2015-2018). [Last modified: 2019/08/05]

Figure in PDF. Data source: CDIAC (1751-2014) and BP (2015-2018). [Last modified: 2019/08/05]

(a) 2018 emissions by source region, and (b) cumulative 1751-2018 emissions Figure in PDF. Data source: CDIAC (1751-2014) and BP (2015-2018). [Last modified: 2019/08/08]

Figure in PDF. [Last modified: 2019/08/13]

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Emissions by Fuel Types

Fossil fuel CO2 emissions are almost half by the top three emitting countries, almost 2/3 by top 10 countries and more than 3/4 by top 20 countries. in 2014 in PDF, 2017 in PDF, 2014 and 2017 together. (Last modified: 2018/10/25)

in PDF (Data through 2018, last modified 2019/06/23)

in PDF; 3 countries, China, U.S., India (Data through 2018, last modified 2019/06/22)

in PDF; 3 countries, Russia, Japan, Germany (Data through 2017, last modified 2018/10/11)

in PDF; 3 countries, Canada, Australia, UK (Data through 2017, last modified 2018/10/26)

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Per Capita Emissions

(a) Per capita emissions for 2016. (b) 1751-2016 cumulative per capita emissions. Now Turkey is moved from Middle East to the rest of Europe & Eurasia. Per_capita(2016) was computed as CDIAC's Per_capita(2014) x Total(2016)/Total(2014), and the same way for cumulative 1751-201a6x5 for the globe and each country, and Total(2016)/Population(2016) for regions where CDIAC doesn't provide per_Capita values. PDF [Last modified: 2017/07/30]

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In PDF. Data source: CDIAC Per Capita Emissions and BP data. The populations are assumed to be the same in 2016 as in 2014:
perCap(2016)=E(2016)/E(2014) x perCap(2014). [Last modified: 2017/06/27]

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All above figures data sources: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, Fossil-Fuel CO2 Emissions page for 1751-2013 and BP Statistical Review of World Energy for 2014-2015, concatenated to CDIAC data for each fuel type.

Data for Selected Countries

Comparison of CDIAC+BP and BP only data