Bermuda Carbon (CO2) Emissions 1960-2021

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 1989 was 781.07, a 21.02% increase from 1988.
  • Bermuda carbon (co2) emissions for 1988 was 645.39, a 12.82% increase from 1987.
  • Bermuda carbon (co2) emissions for 1987 was 572.05, a 35.65% increase from 1986.
  • Bermuda carbon (co2) emissions for 1986 was 421.71, a 6.5% decline from 1985.
Data Source: World Bank

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Similar Country Ranking
Country Name Kilotons of Co2
United States 4,955,081.42
Japan 1,025,549.89
United Kingdom 581,721.88
Canada 463,274.11
Poland 423,787.86
Italy 408,907.17
France 390,649.18
Australia 277,771.58
South Korea 235,846.77
Spain 226,671.94
Saudi Arabia 203,738.52
Netherlands 163,100.83
Argentina 117,090.98
Belgium 107,461.44
Hungary 76,090.25
Greece 74,183.41
Sweden 55,533.05
UAE 54,487.95
Austria 54,117.59
Finland 52,584.78
Norway 49,379.82
Denmark 48,785.77
Singapore 41,888.14
Portugal 41,209.75
Switzerland 39,467.92
Kuwait 35,885.26
Chile 32,386.94
Israel 31,756.22
Hong Kong 30,348.09
Ireland 30,018.06
New Zealand 25,404.98
Trinidad and Tobago 16,142.13
Qatar 14,326.97
Bahrain 11,738.07
Oman 10,065.92
Luxembourg 9,658.88
Brunei 6,347.58
Uruguay 4,880.78
Cyprus 4,341.73
Panama 2,522.90
Malta 2,170.86
Bahamas 1,947.18
Iceland 1,903.17
New Caledonia 1,646.48
Macao 1,030.43
Barbados 990.09
Bermuda 781.07
Aruba 649.06
Faroe Islands 579.39
French Polynesia 542.72
Greenland 473.04
Antigua and Barbuda 286.03
Cayman Islands 256.69
Seychelles 234.69
Palau 227.35
Gibraltar 69.67
St. Kitts and Nevis 66.01
British Virgin Islands 66.01
Bermuda Carbon (CO2) Emissions - Historical Data
Year Kilotons of Co2 Metric Tons Per Capita
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