Is the carbon footprint of someone in Japan much smaller than that of someone in America?



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    The Guardian website reports the US to have a carbon footprint that is twice the size of Japan per person. Based on 2007 information from the US Energy Information Administration, per year, on average, each US citizen produces 19.9 metric tons of CO2 compared to the 9.9 per person per year produced by a Japanese citizen.




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