Bermuda Carbon (CO2) Emissions 1960-2020

Carbon dioxide emissions are those stemming from the burning of fossil fuels and the manufacture of cement. They include carbon dioxide produced during consumption of solid, liquid, and gas fuels and gas flaring.
  • Bermuda carbon (co2) emissions for 2016 was 612.39, a 9.87% increase from 2015.
  • Bermuda carbon (co2) emissions for 2015 was 557.38, a 14.12% decline from 2014.
  • Bermuda carbon (co2) emissions for 2014 was 649.06, a 27.34% increase from 2013.
  • Bermuda carbon (co2) emissions for 2013 was 509.71, a 39% increase from 2012.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Kilotons of Co2
United States 5,006,302.08
Japan 1,135,886.25
Germany 727,972.84
South Korea 620,302.39
Saudi Arabia 563,449.22
Canada 544,894.20
United Kingdom 379,024.79
Australia 375,907.84
Poland 299,036.52
Spain 244,002.18
UAE 206,323.76
Argentina 201,347.64
Netherlands 170,779.52
Qatar 103,259.05
Czech Republic 102,217.63
Kuwait 98,733.98
Belgium 96,889.47
Chile 85,822.47
Israel 65,166.26
Oman 63,457.44
Greece 62,434.34
Austria 61,447.92
Portugal 48,741.76
Finland 45,870.50
Hungary 45,536.81
Trinidad and Tobago 43,868.32
Hong Kong 43,644.63
Sweden 43,252.27
Norway 41,022.73
Ireland 37,711.43
Singapore 37,535.41
Switzerland 34,477.13
New Zealand 34,381.79
Slovak Republic 32,423.61
Denmark 31,785.56
Bahrain 31,693.88
Croatia 17,487.92
Estonia 16,589.51
Lithuania 12,962.85
Slovenia 12,632.82
Panama 10,714.97
Luxembourg 8,987.82
Brunei 7,664.03
Latvia 7,003.97
Uruguay 6,765.62
Cyprus 6,626.27
Curacao 5,390.49
New Caledonia 5,328.15
Macao 2,068.19
Iceland 2,064.52
Bahamas 1,785.83
Malta 1,342.12
Barbados 1,276.12
Aruba 883.75
French Polynesia 770.07
Gibraltar 634.39
Faroe Islands 630.72
Bermuda 612.39
Seychelles 605.06
Antigua and Barbuda 557.38
Cayman Islands 546.38
Greenland 509.71
Andorra 469.38
St. Kitts and Nevis 238.36
Palau 223.69
Turks and Caicos Islands 216.35
British Virgin Islands 212.69
Liechtenstein 51.34
Bermuda Carbon (CO2) Emissions - Historical Data
Year Kilotons of Co2 Metric Tons Per Capita
2016 612.39 9.49
2015 557.38 8.54
2014 649.06 9.96
2013 509.71 7.84
2012 366.70 5.66
2011 443.71 6.87
2010 608.72 9.35
2009 476.71 7.26
2008 649.06 9.94
2007 729.73 11.25
2006 652.73 10.12
2005 583.05 9.09
2004 583.05 9.15
2003 561.05 8.86
2002 557.38 8.86
2001 528.05 8.45
2000 517.05 8.36
1999 513.38 8.38
1998 520.71 8.54
1997 524.38 8.67
1996 528.05 8.78
1995 531.72 8.90
1994 531.72 8.96
1993 539.05 9.15
1992 462.04 7.89
1991 539.05 9.13
1990 502.38 8.47
1989 781.07 13.27
1988 645.39 11.06
1987 572.05 9.89
1986 421.71 7.35
1985 451.04 7.93
1984 443.71 7.86
1983 451.04 8.06
1982 396.04 7.14
1981 388.70 7.06
1980 436.37 7.98
1979 462.04 8.59
1978 425.37 7.94
1977 454.71 8.52
1976 469.38 8.82
1975 458.38 8.65
1974 443.71 8.31
1973 425.37 7.91
1972 253.02 4.67
1971 231.02 4.23
1970 227.35 4.13
1969 198.02 3.67
1968 223.69 4.22
1967 212.69 4.09
1966 201.69 3.95
1965 179.68 3.59
1964 201.69 4.12
1963 150.35 3.15
1962 157.68 3.38
1961 176.02 3.87
1960 157.68 3.55