Carbon dioxide (CO2) released by the burning of fossil fuels accounts for more than half of the global greenhouse gas emissions responsible for climate change. (source)
Carbon dioxide emissions reached 28 billion metric tons in 2005 and continued upward, resulting in increased atmospheric concentrations of CO2. Globally, emissions increased by 30 per cent from 1990 to 2005, with annual growth from 2000 to 2005 greater than in the preceding decade. (source)
According to the data collected in 2004 by the CDIAC for United Nations, the top four countries that emit the most Carbon Dioxide are China, United States, Russia and India. (source)
China’s emissions consists of 22.2% of total global CO2 emissions. United States takes the second place with 18.4% with Russia’s 5.6% and India’s 4.9% stand at third and fourth place respectively. (source)
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