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Climate Change

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KEY FACTS
  • Although Malta’s estimated GHG emissions increased by 39% since 1990, they decreased slightly by5% between 2008 and 2009.
  • Malta’s energy intensity, in terms of fuel used per Euro GDP, continued to decline in 2009, mostly reflecting the fall in fuels imported that year.

Indicators
CC1 Greenhouse gas emissions by sector - Errata corrige
CC2 Energy intensity of the economy

Datasheets
CC1 Greenhouse gas emissions by sector
CC2 Energy intensity of the economy