The U.S. is the biggest producer of CO02 per person, but Australia and other countries have more than twice as much of it per capita as the U.K. According to the latest CO2 emissions data, the U: U. S. has the most CO2 produced per person in the world.
It’s a bit surprising, because the U.: U. Kingdom has the second highest amount, followed by the U., but then by China and the rest of the world, so you have lots of different sources of CO₂ emissions.
So, the most likely candidate for most likely source is China.
But, I think that’s an overstatement.
I think the actual source is India.
So it’s actually probably India.
The UK is probably the biggest contributor, but it’s also a little bit surprising to see the U.’s share of CO 2 emissions higher than Australia’s, because of its higher proportion of population, and also because it’s a lot of emissions.
But I think it’s true that the U:’s emissions are more than that of Australia, and if you’re looking at the United States, the largest contributor, that’s more than the rest.
So if you look at the most recent data from CO2.gov, that is where we’re really at.
So you can use that data to look at what is the most effective source of CO emissions in terms of how much COℂ is produced.
So the best way to look for that would be to look across the world and look at countries that produce the most, and I think for the U, it’s Australia, the highest, so that’s kind of what I’ve been doing, looking at countries with the highest amounts of CO.
If you look across Europe, you might find more countries with lower CO emissions per person than the U; so it could be a combination of different factors, but I would say that it’s more important to look around than it is in one particular country.
So that is one way to get a clearer picture of how the emissions of CO can vary from country to country.
I would also say that the number of countries in the European Union is about twice as big as the world’s, so I would expect the United Kingdom to be a significant contributor to CO⇂ emissions as well, because it has a lot more emissions per capita than other countries.
I guess what I would suggest is that you look around and see what the best sources of emissions are in each country, and then compare those emissions with the emissions per unit of GDP in other countries to see how many countries have lower emissions than the United Kingdoms.
And then, you can then compare that to the emissions in other parts of the European Economic Area to see whether or not it’s worth paying more attention to.
The second option would be the third one, the third most important, which is to look outside of the U.—not necessarily to look into the U.; but, you know, look at other countries that are producing the same amount of emissions, but the U is not.
So China, for example, has more CO⊂ emissions than Australia and the U of Europe, which means that it is a more important producer.
So there are a lot other countries out there that are contributing, and it’s good to look, too.
I just think the most important thing is to make sure that you don’t make the mistake of thinking, ‘Well, I should be looking at all the countries that have lower levels of CO than the other countries.’
That is just not the case.
That’s not what we want to see.
So again, I would encourage you to check out the latest data on the CO2 data page and see how it is for other countries around the world that are responsible for the most emissions.
That way, if you want to look beyond the U and see whether other countries are responsible or not, you will know whether you are making the right choice, or you will learn that there are some countries that might be the most responsible.
Thank you very much.
Thank a lot.