LatAm: CO2 emissions by country
Annual carbon dioxide emissions, in tonnes, by country in Latin America from 1965 to 2017.
Note: the carbon emissions reflect only those through consumption of oil, gas and coal for combustion related activities, and are based on CO2 factors listed by the IPCC in its guidelines for national greenhouse gas inventories 2006. This does not allow for any carbon that is sequestered, for other sources of carbon emissions, or for emissions of other greenhouse gases. The data is not comparable with official data from national sources.
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