Australia and South Korea surpass India and China in per capita coal emission –According to statistics, at present, developed countries like Australia, South Korea, South Africa, and the United States have the worst coal electricity emissions in the whole world.
When emissions figures were adjusted for population size, it was found that Australia and South Korea Most coal emissions in the world.
While India is the world’s largest consumer of coal-fired electricity, this per capita emission is much lower than the global average, which is only a fraction of the emissions of the world’s most developed and rich countries such as the United States and Australia. This comes from an analysis by Ember, an independent climate and energy think tank focused on accelerating the power transition. READ|USA, Danny Fenster, Punished as a symbol of THE widespread plight of journalists in Myanmar
Some important points related to the data on coal emissions of Amber –
1. Let us tell you that per capita coal emissions in Australia are the highest in the whole world. Australia is the only country in the whole world that emits 5.34 tons of carbon dioxide annually. If seen, this emission from coal as a medicinal person globally is 5 times higher than in other countries, whereas in China carbon dioxide emissions are done on average about 2 times from person.
2. While the carbon dioxide emissions from South Korea are close to 3.8 tons per year, which can be considered the highest per capita emissions compared to G20 countries.
3. The United States is the fourth country in the G20 where per capita carbon dioxide emissions are close to 3.08 tons. It emits almost 3 times as much carbon dioxide from coal as the average American global level.
4. China of the whole world i.e. China is going to be the largest coal electricity consumer and per capita. Coal emissions here are close to 2.71 tonnes, it is ranked fifth in the coal emissions ranking in the whole world. Here the average citizen’s basic carbon dioxide emissions per person are 2.5 times higher than coal.
Notably, according to the International Energy Agency’s Zero Road Map, developed countries such as Australia, South Korea, the United States, Germany, and Japan have pledged to eliminate coal power by 2030 to preserve with 1.5 degrees. READ| Jai Bhim Review: How is Surya ‘Jai Bhim’ movie ..?
That is, in place of these two, some such things will be used in energy production, that is, in electricity generation, so that there is no or negligible emission of carbon dioxide.