Bolivia 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.
  • Bolivia carbon (co2) emissions for 2016 was 21,605.96, a 7.64% increase from 2015.
  • Bolivia carbon (co2) emissions for 2015 was 20,073.16, a 1.26% decline from 2014.
  • Bolivia carbon (co2) emissions for 2014 was 20,329.85, a 6.17% increase from 2013.
  • Bolivia carbon (co2) emissions for 2013 was 19,149.07, a 1.75% increase from 2012.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Kilotons of Co2
India 2,407,671.53
Indonesia 563,324.54
Egypt 238,560.35
Ukraine 202,249.72
Pakistan 201,149.62
Vietnam 192,667.85
Philippines 122,287.12
Nigeria 120,369.28
Uzbekistan 91,810.68
Bangladesh 84,245.66
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Angola 34,693.49
Tunisia 29,937.39
Mongolia 25,368.31
Myanmar 25,280.30
Sri Lanka 23,362.46
Bolivia 21,605.96
Sudan 19,999.82
Kenya 17,909.63
Lao PDR 17,762.95
Ghana 16,670.18
Georgia 10,128.25
Cambodia 9,919.24
Honduras 9,812.89
Kyrgyz Republic 9,787.22
Kosovo 8,943.81
Cameroon 8,291.09
Papua New Guinea 7,535.69
El Salvador 7,168.99
Nicaragua 5,592.18
Zambia 5,141.13
Moldova 5,115.47
Congo, Rep. 3,281.97
West Bank and Gaza 3,234.29
Mauritania 2,739.25
Lesotho 2,511.90
Bhutan 1,261.45
Eswatini 1,155.11
Djibouti 619.72
Cabo Verde 542.72
Timor-Leste 495.05
Solomon Islands 168.68
Vanuatu 146.68
Micronesia 143.01
Sao Tome and Principe 121.01
Kiribati 66.01
Bolivia Carbon (CO2) Emissions - Historical Data
Year Kilotons of Co2 Metric Tons Per Capita
2016 21,605.96 1.96
2015 20,073.16 1.85
2014 20,329.85 1.90
2013 19,149.07 1.82
2012 18,819.04 1.81
2011 16,299.82 1.60
2010 15,188.71 1.51
2009 13,872.26 1.40
2008 13,237.87 1.36
2007 12,332.12 1.29
2006 15,056.70 1.60
2005 12,185.44 1.32
2004 11,114.68 1.23
2003 11,092.68 1.25
2002 10,395.95 1.19
2001 8,621.12 1.00
2000 11,067.01 1.31
1999 10,443.62 1.26
1998 10,990.00 1.36
1997 10,942.33 1.38
1996 9,827.56 1.26
1995 9,849.56 1.29
1994 8,635.79 1.16
1993 7,829.05 1.07
1992 6,655.61 0.93
1991 6,006.55 0.86
1990 5,757.19 0.84
1989 4,994.45 0.74
1988 4,308.73 0.65
1987 4,030.03 0.63
1986 3,777.01 0.60
1985 4,125.38 0.67
1984 4,041.03 0.67
1983 4,290.39 0.72
1982 4,349.06 0.75
1981 4,792.77 0.84
1980 4,668.09 0.84
1979 4,737.76 0.87
1978 5,027.46 0.94
1977 4,481.07 0.86
1976 4,580.08 0.90
1975 4,059.37 0.81
1974 3,516.65 0.72
1973 3,457.98 0.72
1972 3,571.66 0.76
1971 3,061.95 0.67
1970 2,486.23 0.55
1969 2,548.57 0.58
1968 2,178.20 0.51
1967 1,892.17 0.45
1966 1,690.49 0.41
1965 1,510.80 0.37
1964 1,481.47 0.37
1963 1,213.78 0.31
1962 1,100.10 0.29
1961 1,041.43 0.28
1960 1,004.76 0.27