CO2 emissions

kilograms, per 2010 U.S. dollar of GDP, 1960–2020

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    1960 Ranking
    1. China 6.10
    2. Luxembourg 1.35
    3. South Africa 1.24
    4. Egypt 1.04
    5. Pakistan 1.04
    6. United States 0.91
    7. Sierra Leone 0.83
    8. Burma (Myanmar) 0.82
    9. India 0.81
    10. United Kingdom 0.80
    11. Bangladesh 0.79
    12. Belgium 0.76
    13. Trinidad and Tobago 0.76
    14. Canada 0.66
    15. Iceland 0.59
    16. Iran 0.57
    17. Venezuela 0.56
    18. Kenya 0.56
    19. South Korea 0.54
    20. Chile 0.46
    21. France 0.46
    22. Suriname 0.45
    23. Guyana 0.45
    24. Australia 0.44
    25. Belize 0.44
    26. Colombia 0.44
    27. Mexico 0.43
    28. Argentina 0.42
    29. Panama 0.41
    30. Netherlands 0.39
    31. Sweden 0.36
    32. Indonesia 0.35
    33. Israel 0.35
    34. Austria 0.34
    35. Malaysia 0.32
    36. Denmark 0.32
    37. Uruguay 0.31
    38. Peru 0.30
    39. Japan 0.29
    40. Philippines 0.29
    41. Finland 0.28
    42. Fiji 0.28
    43. Honduras 0.28
    44. Bolivia 0.27
    45. Singapore 0.24
    46. Dominican Republic 0.24
    47. Thailand 0.24
    48. Algeria 0.23
    49. Guatemala 0.22
    50. Spain 0.22
    51. Bahamas 0.21
    52. Ghana 0.21
    53. Portugal 0.21
    54. Italy 0.20
    55. Nicaragua 0.20
    56. Turkey 0.19
    57. Senegal 0.19
    58. Brazil 0.19
    59. Greece 0.18
    60. Ecuador 0.17
    61. Sudan 0.17
    62. Norway 0.16
    63. Congo (Kinshasa) 0.15
    64. Congo (Brazzaville) 0.14
    65. Costa Rica 0.13
    66. Paraguay 0.12
    67. Togo 0.11
    68. Ivory Coast 0.11
    69. Bermuda 0.11
    70. Rwanda 0.10
    71. Central African Republic 0.10
    72. Madagascar 0.10
    73. Benin 0.09
    74. Papua New Guinea 0.08
    75. Saint Vincent and Grenadines 0.08
    76. Gabon 0.06
    77. Nigeria 0.06
    78. Cameroon 0.06
    79. Haiti 0.05
    80. Burkina Faso 0.03
    81. Nepal 0.03
    82. Chad 0.03
    83. Niger 0.01

    Carbon dioxide emissions are those stemming from the burning of fossil fuels and the manufacture of cement. They include carbon dioxide produced during consumption of solid, liquid, and gas fuels and gas flaring.

    Source: World Bank