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Figure Non-energy related greenhouse gas emissions from industrial processes in the EU-15 and EU-27 and gross value added (1990-2006)
Several countries did not report sectoral projections
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Figure Share of number of installations and emissions by size of installation (kt CO2), average 2005-2007
Zero: emitters with verified zero emissions; mini: emitters below 0.5 kt CO2/yr; small: emitters of 0.5 to 50 kt CO2/yr; medium: emitters of 50 to 500 kt CO2/yr; large: emitters over 500 kt CO2/yr.
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Figure Decomposition analysis of the main factors influencing the CO2 emissions from public electricity and heat production (1990-2006)
The red bars show the factors that have an increasing effect on emissions and the green bars show the factors that have a reducing effect
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Indicator Assessment Greenhouse gas emission trends (CSI 010/CLIM 050) - Assessment published Mar 2009
According to first estimates by EEA for the year 2010, EU-27 greenhouse gas emissions increased by 2.4 % compared to 2009 (with a margin of error of +/- 0.3 %). This was due to the return to economic growth in many countries and a colder winter leading to an increased heating demand. However, the increase in emissions was contained by a move from coal to natural gas and the sustained strong growth in renewable energy generation. EU‑27 emissions were 15.5 % below the 1990 level. This 2010 increase follows a 7 % drop in 2009 (compared to 2008), largely due to the economic recession and the growth of renewable energy generation. Between 1990 and 2010, greenhouse gas emissions in the EU-27 decreased in all main emitting sectors except in the transport sector, where they increased considerably. In the EU-15, CO 2  emissions from public electricity and heat production also increased. In the EU-15, estimated 2010 GHG emissions increased by 2.3 % (+/– 0.7) compared to 2009. This implies that EU‑15 greenhouse gas emissions were approximately 10.6 % below the 1990 level in 2010 (1) or 10.7 % below the base-year level. The European Union remains well on track to achieve its Kyoto Protocol target (an 8% reduction of its greenhouse gas emissions compared to base-year level, to be achieved during the period from 2008 to 2012). 2010 emissions of all EU-12 Member States that have a Kyoto target were well below their Kyoto target, except in Slovenia. A detailed assessment of progress towards Kyoto targets and 2020 targets in Europe is provided in EEA's 2011 report on Greenhouse gas emission trends and projections .
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Figure Summary of trends in key energy, environment and economic factors from 1990 to 2003, EU-25
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Figure EU 15 and EU-27 CO2 emissions from manufacturing industries and construction compared with value added and energy consumption
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Figure C source code Trends in sand and gravel outputs in Czech Republic
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Figure C source code Trends in construction stone outputs in Czech Republic
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Figure Share of 2006 greenhouse gas emissions in the EU-27, by gas
Emissions from international aviation and international maritime navigation, not covered by the Kyoto Protocol, are not included here
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Figure Change in greenhouse gas emissions intensity in the EU, 1990-2006
The chart shows the change in the emission intensity of greenhouse gases (i.e
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European Environment Agency (EEA)
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