Global Man-Made CO2 emissions Data
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Started by metmike - July 11, 2022, 3:29 a.m.

metmike: The data tells the truth. The US and West are obliterating their energy sectors and economies to accomplish.........ZERO.

Global Man-Made CO2 emissions 1965 – 2021: BP Data

Representation by Region



The pie diagram above shows the proportion of CO2 emissions as of the end of 2021.  These 2021 data are set out in tabular form below.


By metmike - July 11, 2022, 3:33 a.m.
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Contrasting the Developed and Developing worlds



Developing world emissions overtook Developed world CO2 emissions in 2005 and they have been growing ever since.  CO2 emissions from the Developing world are now ~10,000 million tonnes higher than the Developed world’s emissions.  It is to be expected that Developing world CO2 emissions to continue to grow unabated.


“the Developing World is not joining-in with CO2 emission reductions nor should it have any intention of doing so.  The failure of worldwide action negates the unilateral action of any individual Western Nation and the West will become more marginal and increasingly irrelevant”.

By metmike - July 11, 2022, 3:38 a.m.
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When the gross changes in Global CO2 emissions over the past 30 years are set against the measured of Global CO2 concentration records from Mauna Loa, it can be seen that these major changes in Man-made CO2 emissions have not caused any appreciable inflection in the Keeling CO2 concentration curve.

But the self-harming actions of the Western Governments in response to Alarmist Green thinking are causing gross risks to Western energy security by the imposition of unreliable and intermittent Weather-Dependent “Renewables”.  These policies will result in substantially increased costs for all energy users and in addition they will severely damage the economies of all Western Nations.


The effective elimination of Fracking as a technique for fossil fuel recovery in Western Europe is a self-inflicted harm caused by “Green Virtue Signalling” and it has been to sole the benefit of the energy warfare of Russia and China in the continuation of “a less than covert Cold War”.


The resulting excess expenditures across Europe to date compared to using Gas-firing for power generation can be estimated as:


  • Weather-Dependent “Renewables” 385GW
  • Weather-Dependent power output 2021 69GW
  • in wasted excess capital costs ~623 € billion
  • in wasted excess long-term costs over a 40-year service life ~1,l825 € billion.


This is the scale of direct fiscal damage that has been caused by the obstruction of Fracking throughout Europe, originally just to benefit of Russian Gas exports and now to give Russia an Energy Security weapon with which to threaten European civilisation.