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Figure EU GHG emissions from agriculture per sector and per gas, 1990–2008
The sectors presented here correspond to the following IPCC categories: Agricultural soils = CRF 4D, Enteric fermentation = CRF 4A, Manure management = CRF 4B, Other (rice cultivation and field burning of agricultural residues) = CRF 4C+4F. Emissions from fuel combustion in the agriculture sector are reported under the energy sector (CRF 1A4c).
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Figure Absolute change and average annual relative change of GHG emissions from waste in the EU, 1990-2008
Countries sorted according to absolute change between 1990 and 2008. Average annual relative change (%) = (last year/base year)(1/number of years) – 1.
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Figure Drivers of direct CO2 emissions from EU households, 1990–2008
Final energy consumption, fuel consumption, fossil fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are temperature corrected. Indirect emissions, related to the production of public electricity or heat used by households, are not included.
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Figure Actual (2008) and expected (2008–2012) average annual emissions and removals from LULUCF activities
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Figure Gap between average annual emissions in 2008 and Kyoto targets with and without the use of flexible mechanisms and carbon sinks
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Figure Share of 2006 greenhouse gas emissions in the EU-27, by main emitting country
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Figure text/texmacs Share of renewable electricity in gross electricity consumption in EU-27 in 2006 (and 2010 indicative targets)
Large hydro: hydropower stations with a capacity higher than 10 MW
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Figure Changes in EU-15 greenhouse gas emissions by sector, 1990-2006
The categories Total emissions, Energy and Transport do not include emissions and removals from LULUCF (carbon sink activities) and emissions from international bunkers (international aviation and maritime transport).
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Figure application/x-troff-me Key differences between equal income low GHG and high GHG emitting households in Switzerland
The figure is showing the variation in green house gas emissions of households with equal income along with variation in contributing factors. Households are grouped in deciles 1-10 (low – high emissions). The 10 % of households with highest GHG emissions (group 10) also has the highest car use, the highest share of single family housing, the most m2 of floor space per person and have the lowest use of green heating (district heating or renewables).
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Figure Data on greenhouse gas emissions relevant under the Europe 2020 Strategy (total EU GHG emissions and non-ETS national GHG emissions)
Data compiled by EEA. At EU level, the data provided are total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (excluding emissions from LULUCF, including emissions from international aviation), which are consistent with the emission scope covered in the EU’s objective to reduce its GHG emissions by 20% compared to 1990 by 2020. At Member State level, the data provided are ‘non-ETS emissions’ (emissions covered under the ‘Effort Sharing Decision’ (406/2009/EC)). The Effort Sharing Decision sets national annual binding targets for emissions not covered under the EU emission trading scheme (ETS). These non-ETS emissions exclude emissions from LULUCF, emissions from international aviation and CO2 emissions from domestic aviation.
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