Malaysia CO2 Emissions
CO2 Emissions in Malaysia decreased to 251555.22 KT in 2021 from 256191.49 KT in 2020. CO2 Emissions in Malaysia averaged 99744.41 KT from 1960 until 2021, reaching an all time high of 266214.74 KT in 2019 and a record low of 3567.99 KT in 1960. Carbon dioxide emissions account for the largest share of greenhouse gases which are associated with climate change and global warming. Data for carbon dioxide emissions include gases from the burning of fossil fuels and cement manufacture, but excludes emissions from land use such as deforestation. Oil releases about 50 percent more carbon dioxide than natural gas, and coal releases about twice as much. Carbon dioxide emissions are often calculated and reported as elemental carbon. The unit of measurement is kt (kiloton). This page includes a chart with historical data for Malaysia CO2 Emissions.
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