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Who has the highest per capita CO2 Emissions?

The world’s largest per capita CO2 emitters are the major oil producing countries. More populous countries with some of the highest per capita emissions – and therefore high total emissions – are the United States, Australia, and Canada. Australia has an average per capita footprint of 17 tonnes, followed by the US at 16.2 tonnes, and Canada at 15.6 tonnes.

 

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