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This paper analyzes the impact of population growth, GDP per capita and technological improvement on Ethiopia's carbon dioxide emission in the period 1971-2011. Using a STIRPAT model and Auto Regressive Distributive Lag (ARDL) l to analyze this impact, the study found that the highly growing population of Ethiopia has the greatest impact on carbon dioxide emission. More specifically, 1% increase in population growth leads to 1.42% increase in CO2 emission in the long run. In contrast tofatcat:u3euy6qixng2vdzyf6xiq3edoi