Argentina 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.
  • Argentina carbon (co2) emissions for 2018 was 177,410.00, a 1.5% decline from 2017.
  • Argentina carbon (co2) emissions for 2017 was 180,120.00, a 2.26% decline from 2016.
  • Argentina carbon (co2) emissions for 2016 was 184,280.00, a 0.97% decline from 2015.
  • Argentina carbon (co2) emissions for 2015 was 186,090.00, a 3.44% increase from 2014.
Data Source: World Bank

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Similar Country Ranking
Country Name Kilotons of Co2
United States 4,981,300.00
Japan 1,106,150.00
Germany 709,540.00
South Korea 630,870.00
Canada 574,400.00
Saudi Arabia 514,600.00
Australia 386,620.00
United Kingdom 358,800.00
Italy 324,850.00
Poland 312,740.00
France 309,960.00
Spain 258,340.00
UAE 200,300.00
Argentina 177,410.00
Netherlands 151,170.00
Czech Republic 102,480.00
Belgium 93,470.00
Qatar 90,170.00
Kuwait 89,460.00
Chile 86,620.00
Oman 73,370.00
Greece 65,290.00
Austria 63,180.00
Israel 61,970.00
Portugal 49,780.00
Singapore 47,360.00
Hungary 46,390.00
Finland 44,360.00
Switzerland 37,480.00
Norway 37,350.00
Ireland 37,110.00
Sweden 36,000.00
Denmark 33,380.00
Slovak Republic 33,000.00
New Zealand 32,210.00
Bahrain 30,750.00
Trinidad and Tobago 17,760.00
Croatia 16,580.00
Estonia 16,000.00
Slovenia 14,050.00
Lithuania 11,590.00
Panama 10,140.00
Luxembourg 9,320.00
Latvia 7,630.00
Cyprus 7,230.00
Brunei 7,140.00
Uruguay 6,520.00
Bahamas 2,260.00
Iceland 2,200.00
Malta 1,550.00
Barbados 1,250.00
Seychelles 620.00
Antigua and Barbuda 530.00
Andorra 460.00
Palau 290.00
St. Kitts and Nevis 260.00
Liechtenstein 140.00
Argentina Carbon (CO2) Emissions - Historical Data
Year Kilotons of Co2 Metric Tons Per Capita
2018 177,410.00 3.99
2017 180,120.00 4.09
2016 184,280.00 4.23
2015 186,090.00 4.31
2014 179,910.00 4.22
2013 184,000.00 4.36
2012 178,530.00 4.28
2011 177,260.00 4.30
2010 168,140.00 4.12
2009 157,440.00 3.89
2008 168,150.00 4.20
2007 163,630.00 4.12
2006 155,370.00 3.95
2005 146,320.00 3.76
2004 141,850.00 3.69
2003 128,360.00 3.37
2002 117,470.00 3.12
2001 124,870.00 3.35
2000 131,910.00 3.58
1999 134,190.00 3.68
1998 133,170.00 3.69
1997 127,320.00 3.57
1996 126,560.00 3.59
1995 113,810.00 3.27
1994 113,810.00 3.31
1993 111,030.00 3.27
1992 107,350.00 3.20
1991 105,320.00 3.18
1990 99,840.00 3.06
1989 117,090.98 3.64
1988 121,473.04 3.84
1987 114,942.12 3.69
1986 104,212.47 3.39
1985 100,596.81 3.33
1984 106,522.68 3.58
1983 105,213.56 3.60
1982 103,424.07 3.59
1981 102,041.61 3.60
1980 108,737.55 3.90
1979 110,703.06 4.03
1978 102,639.33 3.79
1977 100,791.16 3.78
1976 99,786.40 3.80
1975 94,931.30 3.67
1974 95,569.35 3.75
1973 94,065.88 3.75
1972 90,156.86 3.66
1971 88,939.42 3.67
1970 82,734.85 3.46
1969 77,329.70 3.29
1968 69,082.61 2.98
1967 65,543.96 2.87
1966 63,138.41 2.81
1965 58,866.35 2.66
1964 55,727.40 2.55
1963 50,083.89 2.33
1962 53,695.88 2.54
1961 51,180.32 2.46
1960 48,815.10 2.38