Each country's carbon dioxide emissions (CO₂) emissions as a share of the global total versus its share of the world population. CO₂ emissions are consumption-based emissions which means they are adjusted for emissions embedded in trade (national emissions minus exported plus imported emissions). Countries which lie above the parity line have an emissions share higher than their share of the global population.
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