This diagram shows the 2002 emissions of the three main greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide) for New Zealand, Australia and the USA. New Zealand’s total emissions are comparatively small. When emissions are adjusted to a per capita basis, New Zealand’s are about average among developed nations, while those of Australia and the United States are high.
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