In 2014, I prepared a cheatsheet of climate data. I still refer to it semi often. Since that time a lot has been published, so this post needs a substantial revision. Actually the day after I posted this, Washington Post published an analysis of estimated carbon emissions and estimated that the true amount is 23% higher than what is currently reported.
Climate Change Impacts (According to IPCC 6 2021-2)
Breakdown of Energy Use by Sector and by Country (Mostly Charts)
Missing/Unaccounted For Annual Greenhouse Gas Emissions (2021)
Cumulative GHG Emission by Country
Annual GHG for 2019
(Source Rhodium Group for graph above, cited in BBC, 2021 ).
Washington Post Analysis of GHG emission estimates
Some preliminary data suggests that many countries underreport annual GHG emissions. For example, it doesn’t keep its carbon emitting sources up to date, or that methane is not counted properly or discrepancies in how to count carbon sinks.
Other data sources
Enroads Interactive — a free online tool for modeling various climate scenarios.