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Article Air pollution: knowledge is essential for tackling it
"The positive news is that over the last decades, the situation has improved substantially in terms of exposure to several air pollutants. But these pollutants, where we achieved the most significant reductions are not the ones causing most harm to human health and the environment" says Valentin Foltescu, who works on air quality assessment and data reporting at the EEA. We asked Valentin what the EEA does on air quality and what the latest data says.
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SOER Key fact Cost of air pollution by the facilities
Air pollution by the facilities covered by EEA’s analysis cost every European citizen approximately € 200-330 on average in 2009.
Located in Publications Revealing the costs of air pollution from industrial facilities in Europe
Publication Costs of air pollution from European industrial facilities 2008-2012
An updated assessment
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Infographic Damage costs by country
Health and environmental costs of air pollution from industrial facilities in Europe. Countries such as Germany, Poland, the United Kingdom, France and Italy, which have many large facilities, contribute the most to total damage costs. However, the ordering of countries changes significantly if damage costs are corrected to reflect the output of national economies. Emissions from a number of eastern European countries (Bulgaria, Romania, Estonia and Poland) then become more important.
Located in Media Industrial air pollution has high economic cost Industrial air pollution pictures
Infographic Damage costs by industrial sector
Health and environmental costs of air pollution from industrial facilities in Europe.
Located in Media Industrial air pollution has high economic cost Industrial air pollution pictures
Infographic Troff document Damage costs by pollutant
Health and environmental costs of air pollution from industrial facilities in Europe.
Located in Media Industrial air pollution has high economic cost Industrial air pollution pictures
Press Release C source code header Industrial air pollution has high economic cost
Air pollution from Europe's largest industrial facilities cost society at least €59 billion, and possibly as much as €189 billion in 2012, according to an assessment published today by the European Environment Agency (EEA). Half of these damage costs were caused by just 1 % of the industrial plants.
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Infographic Most harmful facilities
Health and environmental costs of air pollution from industrial facilities in Europe.
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Infographic Total damage costs in 2012
Health and environmental costs of air pollution from industrial facilities in Europe.
Located in Media Industrial air pollution has high economic cost Industrial air pollution pictures
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