342,000 sq. km.
GDP - per capita
Population below national poverty line
CO2 emission estimates – per capita (metric tons)
- Precipitation in the Republic of Congo increased over the 20th century. In July, the driest month, average precipitation increased from 35.63mm during 1901-1950 to 41.41mm during 1951-2000.Average precipitation in October, the wettest month, increased from 204.63mm during 1901-1950 to 211.65mm during 1951-2000.
- Records show a slight increase in temperature in Congo over the 20th century, with average May temperatures increasing from an average of 25.91⁰C during 1901-1950 to 26.31⁰C during 1951-2000.
- Annual precipitation is expected to remain roughly the same in the Republic of Congo, but intra-seasonal changes are expected. By 2020-2039, for the June-November period, decreases of 2% on 1980-1999 precipitation levels are expected.Precipitation falling between December-February over the same period is projected to remain unchanged, while March-May precipitation is projected to increase by 3%.
- Mean annual temperature is projected to increase by 2⁰C from the 1980-1999 average by 2020-2039.