Global CO2 emissions from coal combustion 1971-2016

Carbon dioxide emissions from coal combustion worldwide from 1971 to 2016 (in million metric tons)

by T. Wang, last edited Nov 28, 2018
Global CO2 emissions from coal combustion 1971-2016 This statistic presents the global carbon dioxide emissions derived from coal combustion from 1971 to 2016. Carbon dioxide emissions generated from coal combustion amounted to 14.3 billion tons in 2016.
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Carbon dioxide emissions from coal combustion worldwide from 1971 to 2016 (in million metric tons)

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Emissions in million metric tons
201614,265.3
201514,536.3
201013,783.2
200511,469.5
20008,951.7
19958,519.7
19908,297.6
19857,394
19806,601.2
19755,647.6
19715,229.1
Emissions in million metric tons
201614,265.3
201514,536.3
201013,783.2
200511,469.5
20008,951.7
19958,519.7
19908,297.6
19857,394
19806,601.2
19755,647.6
19715,229.1
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by T. Wang, last edited Nov 28, 2018
This statistic presents the global carbon dioxide emissions derived from coal combustion from 1971 to 2016. Carbon dioxide emissions generated from coal combustion amounted to 14.3 billion tons in 2016.
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