Eritrea Carbon (CO2) Emissions 1990-2021

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.
  • Eritrea carbon (co2) emissions for 2018 was 800.00, a 11.11% increase from 2017.
  • Eritrea carbon (co2) emissions for 2017 was 720.00, a 9.09% increase from 2016.
  • Eritrea carbon (co2) emissions for 2016 was 660.00, a 1.54% increase from 2015.
  • Eritrea carbon (co2) emissions for 2015 was 650.00, a 4.41% decline from 2014.
Data Source: World Bank

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Senegal 9,860.00
Yemen 9,310.00
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Liberia 1,320.00
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Eritrea 800.00
Somalia 690.00
Burundi 590.00
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Comoros 260.00
Eritrea Carbon (CO2) Emissions - Historical Data
Year Kilotons of Co2 Metric Tons Per Capita
2018 800.00 0.23
2017 720.00 0.21
2016 660.00 0.20
2015 650.00 0.19
2014 680.00 0.21
2013 650.00 0.20
2012 630.00 0.19
2011 580.00 0.18
2010 500.00 0.16
2009 470.00 0.15
2008 450.00 0.15
2007 510.00 0.17
2006 520.00 0.18
2005 600.00 0.21
2004 680.00 0.25
2003 690.00 0.27
2002 680.00 0.27
2001 700.00 0.29
2000 640.00 0.28
1999 650.00 0.29
1998 610.00 0.28
1997 830.00 0.38
1996 870.00 0.40
1995 800.00 0.36
1994 730.00 0.33
1993 630.00 0.28
1992 440.00 0.19
1991 0.00 0.00
1990 0.00 0.00