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Figure Decomposition analysis of the main factors influencing the development of EU-15 CO2 emissions from manufacturing industries and construction (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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Data Plant-by-plant emissions of SO2, NOx and dust and energy input of large combustion plants covered by Directive 2001/80/EC
The Directive on the limitation of emissions of certain pollutants into the air from large combustion plants (LCP Directive, 2001/80/EC) applies to combustion plants with a rated thermal input equal to or greater than 50 MW, irrespective of the type of fuel used (solid, liquid or gaseous)
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Figure chemical/x-pdb Gross industrial discharges (organic) before effect of public wastewater treatment
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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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Industry
The environmental performance of European industry has improved over the past decades. Changes have occurred for a number of reasons: stricter environmental regulation, improvements in energy efficiency, a general tendency for European industry to move away from certain heavy and more polluting types of manufacture, and companies' participation in voluntary schemes aiming to reduce their environmental impact. Despite these improvements, industry today is still responsible for a significant burden on our environment in terms of pollution and waste generated by the sector.
Located in Environmental topics Industry
Figure Non-energy related greenhouse gas emissions from industrial processes in the EU-15 and EU-27 and gross value added (1990-2005)
Gross value added is the difference between output and intermediate consumption for any given sector, i.e
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Figure Troff document Trends in greenhouse gas emissions from transport (left) and industrial processes (right)
Emissions from transport were not reported separately by the Russian Federation, neither in their NC4, nor in their later 'greenhouse gas inventory' submission to the UNFCCC of January 2007
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Figure chemical/x-pdb Industrial sectors: gross discharges (organic) before effect of public wastewater treatment
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Common environmental theme Air pollution - Drivers and pressures (Sweden)
Key drivers and pressures of air pollution. Links to further national information on air pollution.
Located in The European environment – state and outlook 2010 Country assessments Sweden
Indicator Assessment Final energy consumption by sector (CSI 027/ENER 016) - Assessment published Aug 2011
Between 1990 and 2008, the final energy consumption in the EU-27 increased by 9.7 % at an annual average rate of 0.5%. Transport remains the sector with the fastest growing energy consumption (33.7% over the period) followed by services (29.0% over the period). Over the same period, household final energy consumption increased by about 13.0% while final consumption in industry fell by 13.0 %. Between 2007 and 2008, EU-27 final energy consumption increased by 0.3 % mainly due to significant increase in the services (5.2 %) and households (4.3%) sectors. In transport and industry final energy consumption actually decreased between 2007 and 2008 by 0.7% and 3.8% respectively. On average, one person in the EEA counties used 2.2 tonnes of oil equivalent to meet their energy needs in 2008.
Located in Data and maps Indicators Final energy consumption by sector
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