Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea

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Equatorial Guinea's Climate Change Impact

Positive

  • 🍾️ Energy mix contains low coal (0%)
  • 🌊 Uses hydro power (43%)

Negative

  • 🚫 No pledges towards net zero
  • πŸš— No pledges to ban ICE vehicles
  • 😠 Electricity from renewable sources too low (43%)
  • 🀬 Electricity from fossil fuels too high (56.66%)
  • β›½ Electricity from natural gas (56%)

Percentages rounded from 2019 data.

πŸ“ˆ Equatorial Guinea is rank 55 out of 195 countries for Climate Change.

How would you rate Equatorial Guinea's Environmental Impact?

Is the Equatorial Guinea part of the IEA (International Energy Agency)?

No, Equatorial Guinea is not a member or an association of the IEA.

What is Equatorial Guinea's renewable vs fossil fuel energy mix?

Equatorial Guinea uses 43% energy from renewable sources compared to 56.66% energy from fossil fuel sources.

Equatorial Guinea's Climate Change Action

A list of some of Equatorial Guinea's common climate change questions.

Have Equatorial Guinea's government pledged to ban diesel and petrol cars?

Currently there are no plans by Equatorial Guinea's government to ban ICE cars, such as diesel and petrol..


Have Equatorial Guinea's government pledged to be a net zero country?

Currently there are no plans by Equatorial Guinea's government to become a net zero country.


Does Equatorial Guinea's electricity mix still contain coal?

No, Equatorial Guinea's electricity does not contain any coal as part of the countries energy mix.

Does Equatorial Guinea's generate nuclear electricity?

No, Equatorial Guinea's does generate nuclear electricity.

Equatorial Guinea's Climate Change Resources

National Climate Change Entity

Are you looking for your countries department for action against climate change? If so, the website below is Equatorial Guinea's dedicated environment and global warming resource. We encourage everyone to put pressure on local and national government's to put climate change high on their priority and to push forward with climate positive laws.

Direction GΓ©nΓ©rale de l’Environnement, MinistΓ¨re de la PΓͺche et de l’Environnement

Equatorial Guinea's Comparison Against Countries

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