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Article Air legislation in Europe
Air pollution is not the same everywhere. Different pollutants are released into the atmosphere from a wide range of sources. Once in the atmosphere, they can transform into new pollutants and spread around the world. Designing and implementing policies to address this complexity are not easy tasks. Below is an overview of air legislation in the European Union.
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Figure World transport activity by vehicle category
The Graph is extracted from the OECD Environmental Outlook, 2001
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Figure chemical/x-pdb Average emissions of new passenger vehicles in EU-15 as reported under the 'ACEA agreement'
The graph shows average emissions (solid lines) of new vehicles as reported by the three manufacturing organisations in Korea, Japan and Europe as well as the EU average
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Figure International arrivals 1990 and 2002 (in million passengers arrivals)
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Figure a) Share of passenger car and b) of domestic air transport in 1991 (dashed) and 2000
Shares based on passenger-km and relative to passenger car, bus/coach, rail and domestic air
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Figure Real price indices of passenger transport based on a fixed transport product in the EU 25 Member States (2005=100)
Real change in passenger and freight transport prices by mode, relative to average consumer prices (CP00). Data for entire EU-27 are available. However, very low consumer price indices in Romania and Bulgaria prior to their accession distort the weighted average and hence have been excluded.
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Figure Trends in passenger transport demand and GDP (EEA-32 excluding Liechtenstein)
The two curves show the development in GDP and passenger transport volumes, while the columns show the level of annual decoupling. Light green indicates greater growth in GDP than in transport while dark green indicates stronger growth in transport than in GDP. The data refer to road, rail and bus modes of transport.
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Indicator Assessment Passenger transport demand
Passenger transport demand in the EU-28 increased by nearly 1.1 % between 2012 and 2013, after an overall downward trend since its peak in 2009. Car passenger travel remains the dominant transport mode, with a share well above 70 %. Air transport grew by 10 % in 2011, but stabilised in 2012 and 2013. However, it retained its pre-crisis modal share (9 %). The share of rail passenger travel has grown slightly in recent years, accounting for 6.6 % of transport demand in 2013. Land only passenger transport demand continued to grow in 2013 in the non-EU-28 countries, with Iceland experiencing 2.9 % growth, Turkey 3.2 %, Switzerland 1.6 % and Norway 1.3 %.  
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Figure EU-15 and EU-27 greenhouse gas emissions from transport compared with transport volumes (passenger transport by car and freight transport by road) (1990-2005)
To calculate EU15 greenhouse gas projections, sectoral WAM projections for France and Italy had to be gap-filled
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Figure D source code Trends in passenger transport demand and GDP
Trends in passenger transport demand and GDP
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