Sulphur hexafluoride emissions

gigagrams of CO2 equivalent, 1990–2018

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    1990 Ranking
    1. United States 28,845.73
    2. Japan 12,850.07
    3. Germany 4,428.00
    4. Canada 3,225.92
    5. France 2,218.51
    6. Norway 2,098.54
    7. Belgium 1,622.30
    8. Russia 1,390.53
    9. United Kingdom 1,310.55
    10. Austria 470.61
    11. Italy 408.35
    12. Australia 220.56
    13. Netherlands 206.71
    14. Switzerland 137.01
    15. Sweden 101.73
    16. Czech Republic 84.24
    17. Spain 63.99
    18. Finland 52.48
    19. Denmark 42.41
    20. Ireland 33.88
    21. New Zealand 19.97
    22. Hungary 12.42
    23. Croatia 10.45
    24. Slovenia 9.83
    25. Bulgaria 3.69
    26. Greece 2.93
    27. Luxembourg 1.28
    28. Iceland 1.10
    29. Romania 0.48
    30. Monaco 0.08
    31. Slovakia 0.06
    32. Cyprus 0.03
    33. Malta 0.01
    34. Ukraine 0.01
    2018 Ranking
    1. United States 5,936.19
    2. Germany 3,870.66
    3. Japan 2,042.88
    4. Russia 1,309.82
    5. United Kingdom 545.89
    6. Italy 446.43
    7. France 410.63
    8. Austria 382.15
    9. Canada 309.40
    10. Australia 228.53
    11. Spain 226.88
    12. Switzerland 157.20
    13. Turkey 128.39
    14. Netherlands 123.69
    15. Poland 107.37
    16. Hungary 101.56
    17. Belgium 95.08
    18. Denmark 73.90
    19. Czech Republic 70.56
    20. Romania 61.98
    21. Norway 56.50
    22. Ireland 40.92
    23. Ukraine 33.29
    24. Sweden 32.10
    25. Portugal 23.72
    26. Finland 20.03
    27. Bulgaria 17.99
    28. Slovenia 15.83
    29. New Zealand 14.72
    30. Latvia 10.54
    31. Luxembourg 10.20
    32. Slovakia 9.39
    33. Lithuania 6.41
    34. Croatia 5.53
    35. Greece 4.94
    36. Belarus 3.46
    37. Iceland 3.26
    38. Estonia 2.56
    39. Malta 0.30
    40. Cyprus 0.17
    41. Monaco 0.12
    42. Liechtenstein 0.07

    Sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) is the most potent greenhouse gas, with a global warming potential of 23,900 times that of carbon dioxide (CO2) when compared over a 100-year period. Sulfur hexafluoride is also extremely long-lived and is inert in the troposphere and stratosphere.

    Source: UN