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Carbon dioxide emissions in Russia 2000-2018

Carbon Dioxide emissions in Russia from 2000-2018 (in million metric tons of CO2)

by Ian Tiseo, last edited Jun 21, 2019
Carbon dioxide emissions in Russia 2000-2018 Between 2000 and 2018, Russia has experienced little change in its annual carbon dioxide emissions. In 2017, emissions amounted to 1.6 billion metric tons of CO2, an increase on the previous year. However, Russia’s territorial carbon dioxide emissions per capita fell 32.53 percent between 1990 and 2017.
Greenhouse gas

  In 2017, Russia accounted for approximately 4.6 percent of worldwide greenhouse gas emissions, behind China, the United States and India. The previous year Russia’s greenhouse gas emissions amounted to approximately 18,360 kilograms per capita.

Air pollution concerns

In a 2019 survey conducted with Russians, 38 percent felt that air pollution was one of the three most important environmental issues facing Russia. Although the number of deaths attributable to air pollution in Russia has declined greatly since 2005, there was still an estimated 99,400 deaths recorded in 2017.
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by Ian Tiseo, last edited Jun 21, 2019
Between 2000 and 2018, Russia has experienced little change in its annual carbon dioxide emissions. In 2017, emissions amounted to 1.6 billion metric tons of CO2, an increase on the previous year. However, Russia’s territorial carbon dioxide emissions per capita fell 32.53 percent between 1990 and 2017.
Greenhouse gas

  In 2017, Russia accounted for approximately 4.6 percent of worldwide greenhouse gas emissions, behind China, the United States and India. The previous year Russia’s greenhouse gas emissions amounted to approximately 18,360 kilograms per capita.

Air pollution concerns

In a 2019 survey conducted with Russians, 38 percent felt that air pollution was one of the three most important environmental issues facing Russia. Although the number of deaths attributable to air pollution in Russia has declined greatly since 2005, there was still an estimated 99,400 deaths recorded in 2017.
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