CIA and EIA Data for Countries of at least 15 Million Population Sorted by Dominant Culture
    Population reductions versus energy increases for major cultures with minimal fossil fuels by 2100.
GDP/
Quad Energy capita
Btu  Effic. PPP $US/ Arable Pop/
Dominant used $Bill/ GDP Pop person Area Sq km
Actual 2006 Culture per yr. Quad $Billions Millions /year Sq km Arable
sub-Saharan   African 8.50 120.88 1,027.11 434.74 2,363 843,086 516
Buddhist 107.20 144.31 15,470.48 1,753.07 8,825 1,794,160 977
Inc. Latin Am.   Christian 207.56 137.02 28,440.10 1,247.95 22,789 4,495,073 278
Hindu 19.30 189.17 3,650.90 1,123.64 3,249 1,474,818 762
Inc. N Africa   Muslim 41.05 110.32 4,528.47 1,150.92 3,935 1,830,950 629
Orthodox 38.91 54.30 2,113.00 211.91 9,971 1,634,351 130
Sample 422.52 130.72 55,230.06 5,922.24 9,326 12,072,438 491
Others 46.11 118.85 5,479.94 602.93 9,089 7,751,476 78
World 468.63 129.55 60,710.00 6,525.17 9,304 19,823,914 329
Latin Am. 25.84 154.20 3,983.90 449.21 8,869 1,206,482 372
C D E F G H I J
Same 150% GDP/
Quad Energy E = CxD F = E/20 capita I = (Fx10^6)/H
2006 Energy Btu  Effic. PPP Stable $US/ Arable Pop/ Population
EXAMPLE OF A Dominant used $Bill/ GDP Pop person Area Sq km Stable/2006
STABLE FUTURE Culture per yr. Quad $Billions Millions /year Sq km Arable Ratio 1/J
sub-Saharan   African 8.50 194.32 1,651.20 82.56 20,000 843,086 98 0.19 5.27
Buddhist 107.20 194.32 20,831.91 1,041.60 20,000 1,794,160 581 0.59 1.68
Inc. Latin Am.   Christian 207.56 194.32 40,333.74 2,016.69 20,000 4,495,073 449 1.62 0.62
Hindu 19.30 194.32 3,750.39 187.52 20,000 1,474,818 127 0.17 5.99
Inc. N Africa   Muslim 41.05 194.32 7,976.63 398.83 20,000 1,830,950 218 0.35 2.89
Orthodox 38.91 194.32 7,561.66 378.08 20,000 1,634,351 231 1.78 0.56
Sample 422.52 194.32 82,105.52 4,105.28 20,000 12,072,438 340 0.69 1.44
Others 46.11 194.32 8,959.48 447.97 20,000 7,751,476 58 0.74 1.35
World 468.63 194.32 91,065.00 4,553.25 20,000 19,823,914 230 0.70 1.43
Latin Am. 25.84 194.32 5,020.60 251.03 20,000 1,206,482 208 0.56 1.79
C D E F G H I J
150% GDP/
2006 Populations Quad Energy E = CxD F = E/20 capita I = (Fx10^6)/H
Equal Energy/c Btu  Effic. PPP Stable $US/ Arable Pop/ Population Quad
EXAMPLE OF A Dominant Needed $Bill/ GDP Pop person Area Sq km Stable/2006 Btu
STABLE FUTURE Culture per yr. Quad $Billions Millions /year Sq km Arable Ratio Multiple
sub-Saharan   African 44.74 194.32 8,694.88 434.74 20,000 843,086 516 1.00 5.27
Buddhist 180.43 194.32 35,061.45 1,753.07 20,000 1,794,160 977 1.00 1.68
Inc. Latin Am.   Christian 128.44 194.32 24,959.06 1,247.95 20,000 4,495,073 278 1.00 0.62
Hindu 115.65 194.32 22,472.78 1,123.64 20,000 1,474,818 762 1.00 5.99
Inc. N Africa   Muslim 118.45 194.32 23,018.41 1,150.92 20,000 1,830,950 629 1.00 2.89
Orthodox 21.81 194.32 4,238.16 211.91 20,000 1,634,351 130 1.00 0.56
Sample 609.53 194.32 118,444.75 5,922.24 20,000 12,072,438 491 1.00 1.44
Others 62.05 194.32 12,058.65 602.93 20,000 7,751,476 78 1.00 1.35
World 671.58 194.32 130,503.40 6,525.17 20,000 19,823,914 329 1.00 1.43
Latin Am. 46.23 194.32 8,984.20 449.21 20,000 1,206,482 372 1.00 1.79
Notes:
1. Countries in each cultural group are given at: CIA cultures.htm
2. Increasing energy consumption by 43% by 2100 without any fossil fuels would be very difficult.
3. Arable land areas are from: CIA Land.htm
4. Only a few developed countries currently have energy efficiencies over 150% of the mean. 
     Very populous poor countries (e.g., India) may be high because energy use is under estimated. CIA energy.htm
5. I think continuing, and accelerated, reduction of birth rates, out-sourcing of jobs, and immigration 
    will be more effective in the near term because education and economic development will require 
    major cultural changes before energy redistribution can become significant. UN Birth rates.htm
6. In the long term (hundreds of years), energy redistribution will occur as poorly developed countries
    become developed and out-sourcing and immigration tend to equalize GDP's per capita.