CO2 emissions percentage change by country 1990-2015

Change in carbon dioxide emissions in selected countries between 1990 and 2015

CO2 emissions percentage change by country 1990-2015 This statistic represents the change in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in selected countries worldwide between 1990 and 2015, ranked by country. During this period, Japan's carbon dioxide emissions increased by around 9.6 percent.
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Change in carbon dioxide emissions in selected countries between 1990 and 2015

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Change in CO2 emissions
China (including Hong Kong)330.7%
Spain247%
Australia46.7%
Canada30.9%
Austria10.4%
Japan9.6%
United States4.1%
France*-15.9%
Germany-22.4%
United Kingdom-29%
Russia-32.1%
Denmark-37.3%
Change in CO2 emissions
China (including Hong Kong)330.7%
Spain247%
Australia46.7%
Canada30.9%
Austria10.4%
Japan9.6%
United States4.1%
France*-15.9%
Germany-22.4%
United Kingdom-29%
Russia-32.1%
Denmark-37.3%
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This statistic represents the change in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in selected countries worldwide between 1990 and 2015, ranked by country. During this period, Japan's carbon dioxide emissions increased by around 9.6 percent.
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