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United States of America - CO2 emissions intensity

0.29 (kg per 1000 dollar GDP) in 2016

In 2016, CO2 emissions intensity for United States of America was 0.29 kg per 1000 dollar GDP. CO2 emissions intensity of United States of America fell gradually from 0.49 kg per 1000 dollar GDP in 1997 to 0.29 kg per 1000 dollar GDP in 2016.

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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.

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What is United States of America CO2 emissions intensity?

Date Value Change, %
2016 0.29 -3.72 %
2015 0.30 -5.04 %
2014 0.32 -0.93 %
2013 0.32 0.16 %
2012 0.32 -6.58 %
2011 0.34 -3.67 %
2010 0.36 2.46 %
2009 0.35 -4.89 %
2008 0.37 -2.53 %
2007 0.38 -0.53 %
2006 0.38 -4.71 %
2005 0.40