Since the greenhouse gases emissions have impacted the climate of the world really bad, several developed countries are working out to reduce their per capita emissions so that we can save our motherland. Over the last decade, various countries have successfully reduced the per capita emissions however, several failed to do so.
According to the infographic, the largest increase in the entire decade was made by Southeast Asian country, Laos with an extensive 853 percent per capita emission increase followed by Mongolia and Bhutan with 300 percent and 231 percent increase, respectively. The least increase which is also huge was made by Ethiopia i.e., 101 percent.
On the other hand, the countries that were successful enough in reducing the emissions include Yemen at the top and Aruba at second, both the countries have the same figures with a negative 65 percent decrease previous ten years. Other countries include Malta and Equatorial Guinea with a negative 43 percent decrease, Singapore with a negative 39 percent decrease and at the tail of the list are Denmark, Finland and Venezuela, all with a negative 37 percent reduction in per capita emissions.
Infographic by: Energyminute.ca