Environment of Indonesia

Carbon dioxide emissions (CO2), kg CO2 per $1 GDP (PPP) (CDIAC)

0.404 (1990), 0.4457 (1991), 0.4685 (1992), 0.4714 (1993), 0.4439 (1994), 0.4161 (1995), 0.4353 (1996), 0.4574 (1997), 0.3971 (1998), 0.4454 (1999), 0.4611 (2000), 0.4983 (2001), 0.5006 (2002), 0.491 (2003), 0.5002 (2004), 0.4769 (2005), 0.4545 2006), 0.4659 (2007), 0.4841 (2008)

Carbon dioxide emissions (CO2), metric tons of CO2 per capita (CDIAC)

0.8432 (1990), 0.997 (1991), 1.1063 (1992), 1.1757 (1993), 1.1732 (1994), 1.1746 (1995), 1.3038 (1996), 1.4144 (1997), 1.0523 (1998), 1.1732 (1999), 1.2574 (2000), 1.3893 (2001), 1.4394 (2002), 1.4598 (2003), 1.5419 (2004), 1.5342 (2005), 1.5234 (2006), (2007), 1.6407 1.786 (2008)

Carbon dioxide emissions (CO2), thousand metric tons of CO2 (CDIAC)

149566 (1990), 179731 (1991), 202576 (1992), 218601 (1993), 221413 (1994), 224941 (1995), 253291 (1996), 278659 (1997), 210211 (1998), 237596 (1999), 258120 (2000), 289066 (2001), 303507 (2002), 311886 (2003), 333734 (2004), 336312 (2005), 338134 (2006), 368618 (2007), 406029 (2008)

Consumption of all Ozone-Depleting Substances in ODP metric tons

80.8 (1991), 6693.3 (1992), 5686.3 (1993), 8027.1 (1994), 9199.6 (1995), 9476 (1996), 7965.8 (1997), 6330.5 (1998), 5921.2 (1999), 5451.2 (2000), 5229.5 (2001), 5787.4 (2002), 5119.8 (2003), 4256.7 (2004), 2725.7 (2005), 553.7 (2006), 500.1 (2007), 299.9 (2008), 374.8 (2009)

Consumption of ozone-depleting CFCs in ODP metric tons

5249 (1992), 4363.4 (1993), 6910 (1994), 8351.2 (1995), 9012 (1996), 7634.8 (1997), 6182.8 (1998), 5865.8 (1999), 5411.1 (2000), 5003.3 (2001), 5506.3 (2002), 4829.3 (2003), 3925.5 (2004), 2385.3 (2005), 231 (2006), 202.6 (2007), 0 (2008), 0 (2009) 

Source: United Nations Statistics Division

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