List of the ten largest CO2-emitting (carbon emissions) countries by share of their global emissions:

With 28% of all global carbon emissions, China is by far the world’s largest carbon emitter.List of the ten largest CO2-emitting (carbon emissions) countries by share of their global emissions

China: 28%
USA: 16%
India: 6%
Russia: 4.5%
Japan: 3.5%
Germany: 2%
Korea: 1.5%
Iran: 1.7%
Canada: 1.7%
Saudi Arabia:   1.5%

 

Carbon Footprint of Nations:

How many planets are needed if all people have the same standard of living as the Swiss?

It would take 2.4 planets. At the forefront are the United States with the United Arab Emirates with 4.5 planets. Afghanistan, Malawi and Moldova are below 1 planet..

By regions:

Europa as a whole: 2 planets
North America: 4.5 planets
Africa: 0.7 planets
East and Asia: 1.1 planets
Australia and South Asia:   0.8 planets
World: 1.3 planets

 

Source: http://www.footprintnetwork.org/

Per capita carbon footprint in tonnes of CO2 (carbon emissions) according to selected countries.

The statistic shows the per capita/per inhabitant CO2 emissions in the respective country:

country tonnes CO2
Quatar: 35.5
UAE: 19.3
Saudi-Arabia:   16.5
USA: 16.3
Australia: 15
Canada: 15.5
South Korea: 11.2
Russia: 10
Japan: 9.5
Germany: 9
Netherlands: 8.8
Finnland: 8.2
South Africa: 8.1
Austria: 7.1
China: 6.6
England: 6.3
Italy: 5.2
Spain: 5
Switzerland: 5
France: 4.6
Turkey: 4
Mexico: 3.6
Brazil: 2.3
India: 1.5