Germany the largest greenhouse-gas emitter in Europe

15 November 2019
99 Views

The European Union is the third-biggest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world, and as this ranking from Eurostat and the UK’s Office for National Statistics shows, within the EU (and Europe as a whole), Germany is responsible for the largest share of these emissions. In 2017, a total of 667 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent were produced by the Industrial powerhouse. dwarfing the figure of second-placed UK, which was responsible for 310 million tonnes. As detailed on the infographic, these totals do not include household greenhouse gas emissions.

You may be interested

Greek court forbids use of apartment for Airbnb accommodation
GREECE
shares25 views
GREECE
shares25 views

Greek court forbids use of apartment for Airbnb accommodation

makis - Dec 10, 2019

A Greek court issued a ruling forbidding the use of an apartment for Airbnb in the city of Nafplio. The…

Birds are shrinking as the climate warms
GREECE
shares22 views
GREECE
shares22 views

Birds are shrinking as the climate warms

Panos - Dec 10, 2019

Every day in the spring and fall since 1978, scientists and volunteers at Chicago’s Field Museum have gotten up as…

US Senate foreign affairs head says Turkey’s S-400 party is over
DEFENCE
shares29 views
DEFENCE
shares29 views

US Senate foreign affairs head says Turkey’s S-400 party is over

Panos - Dec 10, 2019

U.S. Senator Jim Risch, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, told CNN in an interview that time is…

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.