Carbon emissions of different countries across the globe

Greenhouse emission in Singapore
The emission of carbon into the atmosphere tends to be one of the most important factors leading
to the development of global warming issues. There are other factors that have the potential to
reduce the impact of the greenhouse emissions carried out across the surface of the buildings and
other sources like industries, companies, etc. It can be observed from the graph in Figure 1.5
that Singapore lies at the 26th position regarding carbon emissions per capita out of the total 142
countries that were taken into consideration (National Climate Change Secretariat, 2012).
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– Carbon emissions of different countries across the globe
(National Climate Change Secretariat, 2012)
It should be noted that the rate of energy consumption per capita is quite high in Singapore. As a
result, there has been a considerable increase in the emission of carbon dioxide in Singapore as
shown in the Figure 1.6.
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– Carbon emissions statistics in Singapore
Source: (Low Carbon Singapore, 2009)