The line graph illustrates the average emissions of carbon dioxide by each person in several countries in Europe from 1967 to 2007
The line chart indicates the mean emission of carbon monoxide (C02) per individual in four different countries (United Kingdom, Sweden, Italy, and Portugal) from 1967 to 2007. It can be seen that the United Kingdom's co2 discharge was the highest among other countries in the given
In addition, Italy and Portugal witnessed a noticeable increase. In 1967, the amount of carbon monoxide emitted in Italy and Portugal was approximately four and one metric
tonnesrespectively. These two countries rose significantly from the beginning until the end of the
period. In 2007, Italy reached its top emission nearly eight metric
Furthermore, individual co2 discharge peaked at almost 5.5 metric
tonnesin 2007. More than eight metric
tonnesof co2 were emitted by individuals in Sweden in 1967 before steadily climbing to over ten metric
tonnesin 1977. Above that year, the number of emissions dropped dramatically almost half its peak
at the endof the
Additionally, the United Kingdom
alsoexperienced a gradual decline in the given
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