The most and less polluting countries

Guess the most and least polluting states of the world, measured in carbon dioxide per capita, and the percentage of renewable sources among the total consumed energy.
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Last updated: July 23, 2015
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62,3 CO2 tons/hab.
Kuwait
48.6 CO2 tons/hab.
Brunei
41.58 CO2 tons/hab.
Qatar
32.99 CO2 tons/hab.
Oman
29.96 CO2 tons/hab.
Trinidad and Tobago
29.62 CO2 tons/hab.
Belize
28.52 CO2 tons/hab.
Australia
28.37 CO2 tons/hab.
Equatorial Guinea
25.23 CO2 tons/hab.
Bahrain
23.49 CO2 tons/hab.
United Arab Emirates
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65% renewable sources
Norway
52% renewable sources
Sweden
37% renewable sources
Latvia
37% renewable sources
Finland
37% renewable sources
Costa Rica
33% renewable sources
Austria
27% renewable sources
Denmark
29% renewable sources
Tanzania
26% renewable sources
Portugal
26% renewable sources
Estonia
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Level 59
Jul 23, 2015
not good, u must write all the countries in the world because there s no obvious thing that connect most of them...ok some european developed countries and on the other hand some middle east countries. but that s it. u must guess the other just by typing all. nice design anyway:)
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Level 83
Jul 23, 2015
According to Wikipedia "About 85 percent of total primary energy supply in Iceland is derived from domestically produced renewable energy sources." Why isn't it on the green list?