The world has been making great strides in reducing global warming, but it’s far from perfect, as this infographic by Business Insider shows.
Graphs have always been a tricky thing to quantify, and they have a tendency to overstate the benefits of a given action or policy.
We’ve seen graphs like this before: a graph showing the percentage of carbon dioxide emitted from US factories, which suggests that emissions from American factories have been dropping for a while.
That’s not the case.
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, CO2 emissions from the US have dropped in recent years from an average of 4.9 billion metric tons in 2011 to 3.2 billion in 2020.
That means the average US industrial-sized factory emits about 1.3 times as much carbon dioxide as the average factory in China.
As of December, the US was the world’s largest emitter of CO2, but that doesn’t mean that it’s the world leader in reducing emissions.
While there is some correlation between a country’s carbon emissions and its GDP per capita, the global picture is more complex, according to the United Nations.
China is the world economy’s largest CO2 emitter, but its economy is not quite as efficient as the US.
For that reason, China’s emissions are still relatively high.
It’s still important to keep in mind that not all countries emit as much CO2 per capita as China does, so countries that are more carbon-intensive will actually have higher emissions.
The graph below from the United Nation shows that the global CO2 economy is dominated by the US and India, and that the world is producing more CO2 than it’s taking in.
(Source: United Nations, World Carbon Report) But the graph also shows that countries are becoming more efficient.
The world is getting more efficient at keeping carbon in the atmosphere.
The United Nations projects that by 2050, all countries will be reducing their emissions by 70 percent compared to today, and the world will be producing enough CO2 to make up for all the CO2 being emitted by China and India.
It also shows how carbon emissions from US manufacturing are dropping in recent decades.
The US has made great strides toward cutting its CO2 pollution from transportation, while India has taken a step back, which may mean that the US will continue to emit the most CO2.
But as the world gets more efficient, the United States will become a net exporter of CO02.
That will reduce the United Kingdom’s carbon footprint even more.
The chart below from Climate Central shows that, while the world has gotten better at reducing its carbon footprint, it’s still not making the most of its carbon, as the United Arab Emirates has shown.
It may seem like the US is doing a good job of reducing CO2 in the US, but the UAE’s CO2 footprint is the worst of any country in the world, according the Climate Central report.
It is the largest exporter and most efficient exporter in the entire world, the report says.
The UAE is a massive emitter in carbon emissions, and it will continue that trend if it continues to export CO2 even more, the Climate Center report said.
The U.S. has been a net importer of carbon, but as it gets more carbon efficient, it will become more efficient and less wasteful.