CO2 Emissions

July 2013
Afghanistan Country Review;2013, p216
Country Report
Country Report
A table is presented which lists the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions of various energies in Afghanistan from 2007-2011 including petroleum, natural gas, and coal.


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