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The emissions from rail transportation

Country CO2 (Mt in 2008)

The United States of America is the top country by the CO2 emissions from rail transportation in the world. As of 2008, the CO2 emissions from rail transportation in the United States of America was 30.96 mt that accounts for 42.85 % of the world's the CO2 emissions from rail transportation. The top 5 countries (others are India, Canada, Russian Federation, and Spain) account for 72.47 % of it. The world's total the CO2 emissions from rail transportation was estimated at 72.25 mt in 2008.

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United States of America 30.96 ITF
India 6.88 ITF
Canada 6.29 ITF
Russian Federation 6.03 ITF
Spain 2.2 ITF
United Kingdom 2.14 ITF
Australia 2.01 ITF
Brazil 1.92 ITF
Mexico 1.77 ITF
Germany 1.4 ITF
Kazakhstan 1.26 ITF
Belarus 1.14 ITF
Ukraine 0.95 ITF
Republic of Korea 0.66 ITF
Japan 0.65 ITF
France 0.62 ITF
Romania 0.53 ITF
South Africa 0.48 ITF
Turkey 0.45 ITF
Poland 0.41 ITF
Czech Republic 0.35 ITF
Thailand 0.28 ITF
Latvia 0.24 ITF
Denmark 0.23 ITF
Lithuania 0.23 ITF
Italy 0.22 ITF
Hungary 0.19 ITF
Austria 0.18 ITF
Azerbaijan 0.17 ITF
Chile 0.14 ITF
Ireland 0.13 ITF
Belgium 0.12 ITF
Finland 0.11 ITF
Greece 0.11 ITF
Albania 0.1 ITF
Bulgaria 0.1 ITF
Croatia 0.1 ITF
Netherlands 0.09 ITF
Republic of Moldova 0.09 ITF
Estonia 0.08 ITF
Portugal 0.07 ITF
Norway 0.04 ITF
Slovenia 0.04 ITF
Switzerland 0.04 ITF
Bosnia and Herzegovina 0.03 ITF
North Macedonia 0.01 ITF
Sweden 0.01 ITF
Armenia 0 ITF
Georgia 0 ITF
Iceland 0 ITF
Indonesia 0 ITF
Iran 0 ITF
Israel 0 ITF
Luxembourg 0 ITF
Malaysia 0 ITF
Saudi Arabia 0 ITF
Serbia 0 ITF
Slovakia 0 ITF

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