Hydrofluorocarbon emissions

gigagrams of CO2 equivalent, 1990–2014

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    1990 Ranking
    1. United States 46,288.81
    2. Russia 35,937.16
    3. Japan 15,932.31
    4. United Kingdom 14,391.43
    5. Netherlands 5,606.33
    6. France 4,402.20
    7. Spain 3,039.92
    8. Australia 1,424.68
    9. Greece 1,182.82
    10. Canada 970.58
    11. Italy 444.00
    12. Germany 50.32
    13. Sweden 4.60
    14. Austria 2.44
    15. Ireland 1.23
    16. Monaco 0.38
    17. Romania 0.18
    18. Cyprus 0.15
    19. Norway 0.04
    20. Switzerland 0.03
    21. Finland 0.02
    22. Luxembourg 0.00
    23. Liechtenstein 0.00
    2014 Ranking
    1. United States 157,237.35
    2. Japan 35,784.94
    3. Russia 24,149.07
    4. France 19,398.68
    5. Spain 17,053.32
    6. United Kingdom 16,422.56
    7. Italy 11,977.71
    8. Australia 10,787.35
    9. Germany 10,750.37
    10. Canada 9,024.46
    11. Poland 8,586.93
    12. Greece 5,758.13
    13. Turkey 4,916.55
    14. Czech Republic 2,830.38
    15. Belgium 2,811.80
    16. Portugal 2,439.31
    17. Netherlands 2,241.16
    18. Finland 1,743.28
    19. Austria 1,642.80
    20. New Zealand 1,517.23
    21. Switzerland 1,500.98
    22. Hungary 1,428.16
    23. Bulgaria 1,423.81
    24. Romania 1,373.28
    25. Norway 1,187.55
    26. Ireland 1,155.42
    27. Ukraine 834.76
    28. Sweden 807.11
    29. Denmark 735.44
    30. Croatia 582.77
    31. Slovakia 546.02
    32. Lithuania 449.48
    33. Slovenia 323.82
    34. Cyprus 320.54
    35. Malta 233.78
    36. Estonia 216.52
    37. Latvia 212.06
    38. Iceland 162.92
    39. Luxembourg 66.08
    40. Liechtenstein 12.15

    Hydrofluorocarbons are organic compounds used as refrigerants. They do not harm the ozone layer if they do not contain chlorine or bromine. However, their atmospheric concentrations are rapidly increasing, causing international concern about their rising contribution to anthropogenic radiative emissions.

    Source: UN