Malaysia statistics: social, development, consumption, and environment

ChartsBin is an excellent site that compiles and plots some world statistics from various sources. Below are some helpful statistics for Malaysia and the World that are related to several social, development, consumption, and environment aspects. The links to the charts are also provided.

Statistics Malaysia World Description
1.
Oil Consumption Per Capita 18.5 31.1 In number of barrels per day per 1000 persons (1 barrel = 42 US gallons or 159 liters)
2.
Oil Consumption 474,968 84,455,330 In number of barrels per day (1 barrel = 42 US gallons or 159 liters)
3.
Oil Production 754,139 81,820,404.59 In number of barrels per day (1 barrel = 42 US gallons or 159 liters)
4.
Oil Reserves 5.5 1,248.8 In billion barrels (1 barrel = 42 US gallons or 159 liters)
5.
Oil Reserves-To-Production Ratio 19.83 42.11 Number of years the oil reserves would last at current production rate
6.
Coal Consumption 11.8 6,647.6 In million metric tons
7.
Coal Production 0 6,781.2 In million metric tons
8.
Coal Reserves 4 820,001 In million metric tons
9.
Natural Gas Consumption Per Capita 1,193 444.1 In cubic meters per person per year
10.
Natural Gas Consumption 30.67 3,015.4 In billion cubic metres
11.
Natural Gas Production 62.5

(ranked 14 in the world)

3,065.7 In billion cubic metres
12.
CO2 Emissions From The Consumption Of Energy Per Capita 6.35 4.52 In metric tons per person. CO2 emissions due to the consumption of petroleum, natural gas, and coal, and also from natural gas flaring.
13.
CO2 Emissions From The Consumption Of Energy 157.71

(ranked 31 in the world)

29,914.237 In million metric tons
14.
Water Use Per Capita 372,000 499,000 In liters per person per year
15.
Renewable Water Resources Per Capita 21.5 24.6 In million liters for each person per year. Renewable water is water that is continuously renewed within reasonable time spans by the hydrological cycle (e.g., in streams, reservoirs, or aquifers that refill from precipitation, runoff, or groundwater recharge).
16.
Renewable Water Resources 580 55,372 In billion liters per year. Renewable water is water that is continuously renewed within reasonable time spans by the hydrological cycle (e.g., in streams, reservoirs, or aquifers that refill from precipitation, runoff, or groundwater recharge)
17.
Threatened Animal Species 481 21,873 Number of threatened species of animals in each Red List category: Critically Endangered, Endangered and Vulnerable species of animals
18.
Threatened Plant Species 685 11,020 Number of threatened species of plants in each Red List category: Critically Endangered, Endangered and Vulnerable species of plants
19.
Land Area 329,847 510,072,000 In square kilometres
20.
Global Peace Index (GPI) 1.54 2.02 On a scale of 1 to 5; the lower the score, the more peaceful
21.
Happy Planet Index (HPI) 54.05

(ranked 33 in the world)

HPI is an index of human well-being and environmental impact. On a scale of 0 to 100; the higher the score, the better the human well-being and environmental impact.
22.
Human Development Index (HDI) 0.83 HDI is a summary composite index that measures a country’s average achievements in three basic aspects of human development: health, knowledge, and a decent standard of living. On a scale of 0 to 1; the higher the score, the better the overall human development
23.
Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) 4.5 CPI measures the perceived level of public-sector corruption. On a scale of 0 to 10; the higher the score, the less perception of corruption
24.
Human Freedom Partly Free Free: 89 (45.88%) countries

Partly Free: 58 (29.9%) countries

Not Free: 47 (24.23%) countries

Assesses global political rights and civil liberties. Score: 1.0 to 2.5 are considered “Free”; 3.0 to 5.0, “Partly Free”; and 5.5 to 7.0 “Not Free.
25.
Number Of Internet Users 15.1 1,674.3 In million persons
26.
Public Expenditure On Education 4.67 In per cent of GDP for education
27.
Population Density 77.96 13.31 In number of persons per square kilometre
28.
Population Growth Rate 1.72 1.17 In per cent
29.
Total Population 25.72 6,790.1 In million persons
30.
Sex Ratio For Total Population 1.01 1.01 The number of males to each female
31.
Youngest Population (0-14 Years Old) 31.4 28.39 In per cent
32.
Adult Population (14-64 Years Old) 63.6 63.72 In per cent
33.
Oldest Population (Over 64 Years Old) 5.0 7.89 In per cent

Source

  1. Abdallah S, Thompson S, Michaelson J, Marks N and Steuer N 2009, The (un)Happy Planet Index 2.0. Why good lives don’t have to cost the Earth, 2009, New economics foundation, London, SE11 5NH [Link]
  2. Central Intelligence Agency 2009, The World Factbook 2009, ISSN 1553-8133, Washington, DC [Link]
  3. EIA 2009, International Energy Statistics, 2009, Energy Information Administration, Washington, DC [Link]
  4. Freedom House 2010, Freedom in the World, 2010 Survey Release, Freedom House, Inc., Washington D.C. [Link]
  5. hdr.undp.org 2009, Human Development Report 2009, Overcoming barriers: Human mobility and development, Human Development Report Office, New York, NY 10017 United States [Link]
  6. Institute for Economics and Peace 2010, The Global Peace Index, 2010, Institute for Economics and Peace, NSW 1590, Sydney Australia [Link]
  7. International Telecommunication Union 2009, Internet indicators: subscribers, users and broadband subscribers, 2009, International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Geneva, Switzerland [Link]
  8. IUCN 2009, IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, Version 2009.2., International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, United Kingdom [Link]
  9. SER Editors Judy Trinnaman and Alan Clarke 2009, Survey of Energy Resources Interim Update 2009, July 2009, World Energy Council, London [Link]
  10. The Editor, BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2009, BP Statistical Reviewof World Energy, June 2009, BP p.l.c., London, UK [Link]
  11. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 2009, AQUASTAT online database, Water use, by sector and by source, The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Viale delle Terme di Caracalla 00153 Rome, Italy [Link].
  12. Transparency International 2009, Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), 2009, Transparency International, Alt-Moabit 96 10559 Berlin [Link]
  13. UIS 2009, Education, 2009, United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture Institute for Statistics, Canada [Link]
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