Transportation

Nearly all forms of transportation rely on fossil fuels that release carbon dioxide. But some use fuel more efficiently than others. Trains can run on electricity, so they do not have to carry heavy fuel to power big engines. The least fuel-efficient form of transportation is air travel, especially over short distances, because of the power needed just to get airborne.

Russia 11.5 tons p.a. Population: 141.4 million

Japan

10.8 tons p.a. Population: 127.4 million

United Kingdom

10.7 tons p.a. Population: 60.8 million

France

Population: 63.7 million

Russia 11.5 tons p.a. Population: 141.4 million

Japan

10.8 tons p.a. Population: 127.4 million

United Kingdom

10.7 tons p.a. Population: 60.8 million

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