Iraq Carbon (CO2) Emissions 1960-2020

NOTE: All 2020 and later data are UN projections and DO NOT include any impacts of the COVID-19 virus.
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.
  • Iraq carbon (co2) emissions for 2014 was 168,443.65, a 1.77% increase from 2013.
  • Iraq carbon (co2) emissions for 2013 was 165,506.38, a 8.37% increase from 2012.
  • Iraq carbon (co2) emissions for 2012 was 152,723.22, a 13.65% increase from 2011.
  • Iraq carbon (co2) emissions for 2011 was 134,384.55, a 19.78% increase from 2010.
Data Source: World Bank

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Similar Country Ranking
Country Name Kilotons of Co2
China 10,291,926.88
Russia 1,705,345.68
Iran 649,480.71
Brazil 529,808.16
South Africa 489,771.85
Mexico 480,270.66
Turkey 345,981.45
Thailand 316,212.74
Kazakhstan 248,314.57
Malaysia 242,821.41
Venezuela 185,220.17
Iraq 168,443.65
Algeria 145,400.22
Colombia 84,091.64
Romania 70,003.03
Turkmenistan 68,422.55
Belarus 63,497.77
Peru 61,744.95
Libya 56,996.18
Ecuador 43,919.66
Bulgaria 42,416.19
Serbia 37,667.42
Azerbaijan 37,487.74
Cuba 34,836.50
Jordan 26,450.07
Lebanon 24,070.19
Bosnia 22,233.02
Dominican Republic 21,539.96
Guatemala 18,327.67
Costa Rica 7,759.37
North Macedonia 7,510.02
Jamaica 7,422.01
Botswana 7,033.31
Albania 5,716.85
Paraguay 5,702.19
Armenia 5,529.84
Equatorial Guinea 5,346.49
Gabon 5,192.47
Mauritius 4,228.05
Namibia 3,755.01
Montenegro 2,211.20
Guyana 2,009.52
Suriname 1,991.18
Maldives 1,334.79
Fiji 1,169.77
Belize 495.05
St. Lucia 407.04
Grenada 242.02
St. Vincent and the Grenadines 209.02
Samoa 198.02
Dominica 135.68
Tonga 121.01
Marshall Islands 102.68
Nauru 47.67
Tuvalu 11.00
Iraq Carbon (CO2) Emissions - Historical Data
Year Kilotons of Co2 Metric Tons Per Capita
2014 168,443.65 4.89
2013 165,506.38 4.99
2012 152,723.22 4.79
2011 134,384.55 4.37
2010 112,195.53 3.77
2009 104,546.17 3.61
2008 93,149.13 3.28
2007 62,155.65 2.23
2006 98,770.65 3.60
2005 113,522.99 4.22
2004 114,084.04 4.34
2003 91,117.62 3.55
2002 87,259.93 3.50
2001 85,342.09 3.53
2000 72,445.25 3.08
1999 72,283.90 3.17
1998 72,371.91 3.27
1997 68,308.88 3.19
1996 69,500.65 3.34
1995 74,348.43 3.69
1994 71,334.15 3.65
1993 63,362.09 3.34
1992 59,112.04 3.21
1991 45,643.15 2.55
1990 47,693.00 2.74
1989 73,251.99 4.31
1988 67,927.51 4.09
1987 52,881.81 3.25
1986 47,751.67 3.00
1985 44,675.06 2.87
1984 40,204.99 2.65
1983 38,749.19 2.62
1982 30,623.12 2.12
1981 32,122.92 2.29
1980 45,558.81 3.34
1979 52,991.82 4.00
1978 42,317.18 3.29
1977 43,710.64 3.51
1976 48,800.44 4.04
1975 33,157.01 2.84
1974 30,942.15 2.74
1973 30,645.12 2.80
1972 29,552.35 2.79
1971 28,862.96 2.81
1970 23,908.84 2.41
1969 22,625.39 2.36
1968 19,717.46 2.13
1967 18,393.67 2.06
1966 27,704.19 3.20
1965 19,314.09 2.31
1964 9,075.83 1.12
1963 9,394.85 1.19
1962 9,031.82 1.18
1961 8,720.13 1.17
1960 8,265.42 1.13