Where in the world does the average person emit the most carbon dioxide (CO2) each year? We can calculate the contribution of the average citizen of each country by dividing its total emissions by its population. This gives us CO2 emissions per capita!
There are very large inequalities in per capita emissions across the world, but the global average is around 4.8 tonnes per person. So this Saturday and Sunday, take the first step and run, walk, ride or roll 4.8KM. Share with us a picture to show that you completed our #GreenDecemberChallenge and challenge other 5 to sign up to Green December and do the same!
P.S. If you would like more information about the CO2 emissions, check out this article!