54 countries with incomplete data

54 countries with incomplete data

199 countries are included in ClimatePositions (Excel) but 54 countries have incomplete data (0.5% of the Global Population). The front image shows the 20 largest CO2 Emitters (carbon dioxide) per capita in 2011 among the 54 countries. Without full data it is not possible to calculate the national Climate Contribution (climate debt). See the country list below with the missing data mentioned in brackets. Notes that the national Contributions can be estimated by using indicator assumptions – see an example with Bahrain in the bottom.

The 54 countries with incomplete data:

  • Afghanistan (÷ Environmental Performance)
  • Antigua and Barbuda (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • Aruba (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & GDP(ppp-$))
  • Bahamas (÷ Environmental Performance & Ecological Footprint)
  • Bahrain (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • Barbados (÷ Environmental Performance & Ecological Footprint)
  • Belize (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • Bermuda (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & GDP(ppp-$))
  • Brunei (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • Cape Verde (÷ Environmental Performance & Ecological Footprint)
  • Cayman Islands (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & GDP(ppp-$))
  • China, Hong Kong (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & Area Use)
  • China, Macao (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & Area Use)
  • Comoros (÷ Environmental Performance & Ecological Footprint)
  • Cuba (÷ GDP(ppp-$))
  • Cyprus (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • Djibouti (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • Dominica (÷ Environmental Performance & Ecological Footprint)
  • Equatorial Guinea (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • Faeroe Islands (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & GDP(ppp-$))
  • Fiji (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • French Guiana (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & GDP(ppp-$))
  • French Polynesia (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & GDP(ppp-$))
  • Greenland (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & GDP(ppp-$))
  • Grenada (÷ Environmental Performance & Ecological Footprint)
  • Guadeloupe (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & GDP(ppp-$))
  • Guyana (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • Iceland (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • Kiribati (÷ Environmental Performance & Ecological Footprint)
  • Luxembourg (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • Maldives (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • Malta (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • Martinique (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & GDP(ppp-$))
  • Montenegro (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & CO2 Emissions)
  • Netherlands Antilles (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & GDP(ppp-$))
  • New Caledonia (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & GDP(ppp-$))
  • North Korea (÷ GDP(ppp-$))
  • Occupied Palestinian Ter. (÷ Environmental Performance)
  • Reunion (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & GDP(ppp-$))
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis (÷ Environmental Performance & Ecological Footprint)
  • Saint Lucia (÷ Environmental Performance & Ecological Footprint)
  • Saint Vincent and the G. (÷ Environmental Performance & Ecological Footprint)
  • Samoa (÷ Environmental Performance & Ecological Footprint)
  • Sao Tome and Principe (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • Seychelles (÷ Environmental Performance & Ecological Footprint)
  • Solomon Islands (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • Somalia (÷ Environmental Performance & GDP(ppp-$))
  • Suriname (÷ Ecological Footprint)
  • Taiwan (÷ Ecological Footprint, Area Use & GDP(ppp-$))
  • Timor-Leste (÷ Environmental Performance & CO2 Emissions)
  • Tonga (÷ Environmental Performance & Ecological Footprint)
  • Vanuatu (÷ Environmental Performance & Ecological Footprint)
  • Western Sahara (÷ Environmental Performance, Ecological Footprint & GDP(ppp-$))
  • Zimbabwe (÷ GDP(ppp-$))

A hypothetical example: If the Ecological Footprint (without CO2 Emissions) sets at 2.54 (as in Qatar) in Bahrain the Climate Contribution amounts to $8,039 per capita in the latest version of ClimatePositions (Excel).

Source on CO2 emissions: EIA, U.S. Energy Information Administration (links in the menu “Calculations”).

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