Global increase in CO2 emissions from fuel combustion by region 1990-2015

Increase in CO2 emissions from fuel combustion worldwide between 1990 to 2015, by select region

by Statista Research Department, last edited Nov 28, 2018
Global increase in CO2 emissions from fuel combustion by region 1990-2015 The statistic represents the increase in global carbon dioxide emissions from fuel combustion between 1990 and 2015, by region. CO2 emissions in the United States increased by around 4.1 percent during that period.
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Increase in CO2 emissions from fuel combustion worldwide between 1990 to 2015, by select region

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Percentage change
World57.5%
Economies in transition-45.2%
China (incl. Hong Kong)330.7%
Latin America94.4%
Australia46.7%
Japan9.6%
United States4.1%
European Union-20.5%
Germany-22.4%
United Kingdom-29%
Russia-32.1%
Percentage change
World57.5%
Economies in transition-45.2%
China (incl. Hong Kong)330.7%
Latin America94.4%
Australia46.7%
Japan9.6%
United States4.1%
European Union-20.5%
Germany-22.4%
United Kingdom-29%
Russia-32.1%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Nov 28, 2018
The statistic represents the increase in global carbon dioxide emissions from fuel combustion between 1990 and 2015, by region. CO2 emissions in the United States increased by around 4.1 percent during that period.
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