Madagascar, with a population of 26,969,307 and an urban population of 10,210,849, accounting for approximately 37.86% of the total, has produced 4,244,355 tons of CO2 in 2022. This translates to a per capita CO2 emission of 0.146784 tons, indicating that each person generates around 0.15 tons of CO2 annually.
To assess the impact of economic activity on CO2 emissions, it is valuable to examine the Carbon Intensity of GDP. In Madagascar, the Carbon Intensity of GDP is 0.301362057685826 kg of CO2 per International dollar ($USD) of economic output produced.
This figure is lower than that of the USA (0.3 kg) but higher than China (0.57 kg), suggesting that Madagascar’s economic activity has a relatively moderate impact on CO2 emissions.
Madagascar Total CO2 emissions by source
How much do coal, oil, gas, cement and flaring contribute to CO2 emissions in Madagascar?
In 2022, Madagascar’s total CO2 emissions reached 4,244,355 metric tons. The primary contributors to these emissions were coal, accounting for 1,468,185 metric tons, and oil, with 2,687,047 metric tons.
Cement made a smaller contribution of 89,123 metric tons, while gas and flaring had no significant emissions.
These figures highlight the significant role of coal and oil in Madagascar’s economy and their correlation with CO2 emissions.
What fraction of world fossil co2 emissions does Madagascar accounts?
Madagascar is the 140th largest emitter of CO2 in the world. It represents 0.011% of global CO2 emissions.
CO2 emissions from Coal
In Madagascar, carbon usage resulted in the production of 1,468,185 tons of CO2, accounting for 34.59% of the total CO2 emissions.
CO2 emissions from cement in Madagascar
In Madagascar, cement usage contributed to the production of 89,123 tons of CO2, accounting for 6.07% of the total CO2 emissions.
CO2 emissions from oil in Madagascar
In Madagascar, oil usage contributed to the production of 2,687,047 tons of CO2, accounting for 63.31% of the total CO2 emissions.