CO2 Emission # Line Graph

The graph shows the decomposing carbon dioxide emission trends and its drivers, in east Asia and pacific, 1992-2010.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
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CO2 Emission

CO2 Emission

The graph represents the ejaculation of carbon dioxide ,in East Asia and Pacific, over a period of 18 years, and the factors responsible for the gas emission; CO2 emissions, carbon intensity of GDP, GDP per capita and population.

Between 1992 and 2010, factors affecting CO2 ejection changed to some extent but the most marked change was in GDP per capita. At the beginning of period the effect of GDP per capita was similar to other factors, however, by 2010, it almost quadrupled, rising from a mark of 1 to 4. The other factor which showed similar trend was carbon dioxide emission. The effect of the emanation of CO2 rapidly increased from 1992 to 1996, when it first showed a decline for the next four years. After 2002, a steady increase has been observed, resulting in a significant increase of three times, over the period of 18 years.

In two categories, carbon intensity of GDP and population, the repercussions on CO2 almost halved, declining from a mark of 1 to nearly 0.5 in both cases. Thus, by the end of the period, the highest increase was marked in GDP per capita ,and the lowest on population.

Overall, the graph shows that a dramatic change took place in factors affecting the CO2 emissions over the period of 1992 to 2010, the part of GDP per capita showing the most marked change.


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