The statistic represents the global carbon dioxide emissions from fossil-fuel burning, cement manufacture, and gas flaring between 1751 and 2013. Globally, about 36 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide were emitted in 2013. Over the past decade, carbon dioxide emissions increased by around nine billion metric tons. Regarding greenhouse gas emissions by country, China topped the list in 2014.
Global CO2 emissions from 1751 to 2013* (in million metric tons)
|Emissions in million metric tons|
- Natural gas prices in U.S. and Europe 2013-2025Natural gas prices in U.S. and Europe 2013-2025
- Revenues of select U.S. oil and gas companies 2013-2014Revenues of select U.S. oil and gas companies 2013-2014
- Environmentally motivated actions taken in the preceding month in the UK in 2014Environmentally motivated actions taken in the preceding month in the UK in 2014