Global Energy Demand Spurred by Developing World, CO2 Rises


by Anthony Sibley (AJ) on Jul 8, 2013 | Views: 74 | Score: 0
AustraliaUSSouth KoreaTaiwanMalaysiaChinaIndia
19901619.75.96.23.032.20.8
199516.319.78.98.14.182.90.9
200018.620.89.710.55.362.81
200520.32010.711.96.64.51.1
200820.318.811.311.67.235.91.3
200919.917.311.211.110.146.21.4
201119.2417.312.611.810.767.21.6
Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions, by ton, per capita
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Anthony Sibley (AJ)
Anthony Sibley (AJ) on Jul 8, 2013 10:53 AM said:

Many Western countries have cut back on carbon emissions, somewhat through conscientious utilization of cleaner fuel sources. Nonetheless, China, India, and other burgeoning economies of the developing world are driving a new demand for energy not likely satiated until their per capita consumption, and in extension, their citizens' living standards, reach levels closer to that of the developed world.