South Sudan Carbon (CO2) Emissions 1990-2022

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.
  • South Sudan carbon (co2) emissions for 2019 was 1,700.00, a 9.68% increase from 2018.
  • South Sudan carbon (co2) emissions for 2018 was 1,550.00, a 1.97% increase from 2017.
  • South Sudan carbon (co2) emissions for 2017 was 1,520.00, a 12.14% decline from 2016.
  • South Sudan carbon (co2) emissions for 2016 was 1,730.00, a 12.18% decline from 2015.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Kilotons of Co2
North Korea 56,040.00
Syrian Arab Republic 25,710.00
Ethiopia 18,360.00
Nepal 13,450.00
Tanzania 12,450.00
Zimbabwe 11,760.00
Yemen 11,100.00
Senegal 10,620.00
Tajikistan 9,420.00
Mozambique 7,500.00
Benin 7,300.00
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Uganda 5,860.00
Mali 5,830.00
Burkina Faso 5,000.00
Madagascar 4,120.00
Guinea 3,950.00
Haiti 3,320.00
Democratic Republic of Congo 3,210.00
Togo 2,370.00
Chad 2,250.00
Niger 2,150.00
South Sudan 1,700.00
Malawi 1,450.00
Rwanda 1,330.00
Liberia 1,180.00
Sierra Leone 900.00
Eritrea 880.00
Burundi 720.00
Somalia 690.00
Gambia 580.00
Guinea-Bissau 330.00
Comoros 320.00
Central African Republic 240.00
South Sudan Carbon (CO2) Emissions - Historical Data
Year Kilotons of Co2 Metric Tons Per Capita
2019 1,700.00 0.15
2018 1,550.00 0.14
2017 1,520.00 0.14
2016 1,730.00 0.16
2015 1,970.00 0.18
2014 1,530.00 0.15
2013 1,450.00 0.14
2012 1,420.00 0.14
2011 1,280.00 0.13
2010 1,310.00 0.14
2009 1,290.00 0.14
2008 1,240.00 0.14
2007 1,170.00 0.14
2006 1,000.00 0.13
2005 910.00 0.12
2004 950.00 0.13
2003 750.00 0.11
2002 670.00 0.10
2001 530.00 0.08
2000 460.00 0.07
1999 420.00 0.07
1998 390.00 0.07
1997 450.00 0.08
1996 370.00 0.07
1995 360.00 0.07
1994 340.00 0.07
1993 250.00 0.05
1992 360.00 0.07
1991 410.00 0.08
1990 430.00 0.08