CO2 Emissions (Total) fell 0.527% to 103,916 kt in Czech Republic in 2017

CO2 Emissions (Total) (kt)
Energy & Utility | Czech Republic | February 01, 2019
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CO2 emissions reached 103,916 kt in 2017 in Czech Republic, according to World Bank / EIA. This is 0.527 % less than in the previous year.

Historically, CO2 emissions in Czech Republic reached an all time high of 202,563 kt in 1979 and an all time low of 96,475 kt in 2014. When compared to Czech Republic's main peers, CO2 emissions in Austria amounted to 64,240 kt, 47,714 kt in Hungary, 308,582 kt in Poland and 32,126 kt in Slovakia in 2017.

Czech Republic has been ranked 42nd within the group of 81 countries we follow in terms of CO2 emissions, 7 places behind the position seen 10 years ago.

Carbon dioxide emissions are those stemming from the burning of fossil fuels and the manufacture of cement.

CO2 Emissions (Total) Unit 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Austria kt 65,020 62,273 62,486 58,712 61,156
Czech Republic kt 106,908 101,030 98,675 96,475 102,902
Germany kt 732,498 739,861 757,313 719,883 753,501
Hungary kt 47,843 44,583 42,141 42,086 43,827
Italy kt 397,994 369,469 345,318 320,411 339,056
Poland kt 316,997 299,931 302,278 285,740 292,955
Russia kt 1,763,405 1,830,830 1,778,561 1,705,346 1,495,494
Slovakia kt 34,525 32,765 33,091 30,678 30,334
Switzerland kt 36,967 37,774 40,227 35,306 38,898
Ukraine kt 286,393 295,791 271,875 227,299 188,942