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Figure Total energy consumption and total electricity consumption
Total energy consumption (also called total primary energy supply or gross inland energy consumption) represents the quantity of all energy necessary to satisfy inland consumption
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Figure Population density and energy consumption, selected World ciites
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Figure Octet Stream Changing household consumption patterns in EECCA
Sectors are presented in the order of the most rapidly growing.
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Figure Share of final energy and electricity consumption by sector in 2003, EU-25
Mtoe means million tonnes of oil equivalent; TWh means Terrawatt hours.
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Figure Domestic consumption of fossil fuels, EU15 1970-2001
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Figure Share of electricity consumption in final energy consumption by region in 2004 and projections for 2030
International comparison
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Publication Ensuring quality of life in Europe's cities and towns
In May 2008, the Council of Europe's Congress of Local and Regional Authorities captured the concerns and desires of urban policy‑makers and citizens in the title of its new European Urban Charter: Manifesto for a new urbanity. Like numerous other international and European charters, conventions and declarations, the manifesto describes with some apprehension the 'unprecedented environmental, democratic, cultural, social and economic challenges' facing urban centres and their inhabitants. Our report on quality of life in Europe's cities and towns reiterates these concerns but also unravels the many apparent paradoxes of urban development and the sometimes perplexing realities of urban Europe today. The report defines a vision for progress towards a more sustainable, well‑designed urban future.
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Publication Beyond transport policy – exploring and managing the external drivers of transport demand
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File D source code Sustainable Consumption and Production: the way to a greener world
On July 16th 2008, the European Commission launched the Sustainable Consumption and Production package, which includes a legislative proposal and an Action Plan for sustainable development. The stakes are high, because if we do not change our means of consumption and production, in forty years time we will need double of the Earth's surface to be able to take in all our waste and CO2. We urgently need to reduce out environmental impact and consume in a more sustainable way.
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Publication Environmental pressures from European consumption and production - Insights from environmental accounts
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