In this article from the AP, an online database has been launched. The CARMA database link is here.
And a relevant corresponding quote may hit home to some of us:
Australians produce 11 tons of CO2 for each of its people from their power plants — the highest anywhere — compared to 9 tons per person in the United States and 2 tons per person in China.
But the United States has the most CO2 emissions (2.79 billion tons), followed by China (2.66 billion tons). China, which soon is expected to pass the United States, is home to three of the world's five most CO2-polluting
Such information provides a "a vivid illustration that rich countries and developing countries must work together to overcome the challenge of climate change," said Wheeler, an expert on environmental economics.
A GREAT information tool. Thanks to David Wheeler, Kevin Ummel and the rest of the team at CARMA.
FYI... the five worst Australian emitters are...
1. ERARING, Dora Creek, New South Wales, 20,200,000 tons CO2 per year
2. BAYSWATER, Muswellbrook, New South Wales, 20,200,000 tons CO2 per year
3. LOY YANG A, Traralgon South, Victoria, 14,700,000 tons CO2 per year
4. LIDDELL, Muswellbrook, New South Wales, 14,500,000 tons CO2 per year
5. GLADSTONE, Gladstone, Queensland, 11,800,000 tons CO2 per year