CO2 emissions, birth & death rates by country, simulated real-time

Here’s an interesting graphic of CO2 emissions, birth & death rates by country, simulated real-time. Click on the image.

The birth and death rates are taken from the  CIA World Factbook and the CO2 emission rates from the United Nations Statistics Division. Just hover with your mouse to get data for specific countries.

Be aware it is only a simulation.

Thanks to Breathing Earth.


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3 responses to “CO2 emissions, birth & death rates by country, simulated real-time

  1. Closing in on 7 billion.

    It’s the increase in population of some countries over the last 30 years, (since I was doing geography in school) or since I last looked at populations, (was it last week?) that surprises. Brazil over 200,000,000, Tanzania over 40,000,000, Saudi Arabia over 30,000,000 – I can remember reading that Saudi Arabia’s population was about 8,000,000! Where do these people get all their food from, and how reliable will that food supply be over the next 20 years?


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