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Figure Water pricing and household water use in Spain and Estonia
(left) The graph shows the development of average prices for drinking water supply and water consumption of households in Spain. (right) The graph shows the development of average prices for water supply for human consumption in Estonia.
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Figure Trends in appliance energy efficiency and ownership in households, EU-27
A time series of the available stock of three household appliances in EU27 compared to the specific energy consumption of those appliances and the total electricity consumption of households
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Figure Trends in heating energy consumption and energy efficiency of housing, EU-27
Time series of the growth in floor area of housing in EU27 coupled with the energy demands for space heating per dwelling, per m2 and total.
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Figure Households' final energy consumption per capita in EEA member countries, 2005 and 2010
The graph shows the average per capita final energy consumption of households in 2005 and 2010, divided into electricity consumption and other energy types
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Figure Direct and indirect global pressures caused by private consumption distributed by consumption (COICOP) category, in EU-27, 2007
Direct and indirect GHGs induced by household consumption distributed across 12 household consumption (COICOP) categories for a single year. Direct and indirect acidification emissions induced by household consumption distributed across 12 household consumption (COICOP) categories for a single year. Direct and indirect troposheric ozone precursor emissions induced by household consumption distributed across 12 household consumption (COICOP) categories for a single year. Direct material input induced by household consumption distributed across 12 household consumption (COICOP) categories for a single year.
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Publication Consumption and the environment — 2012 update
Update to the European Environment State and Outlook 2010 (SOER 2010) thematic assessment
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Publication Material resources and waste — 2012 update
Update to the European Environment State and Outlook 2010 (SOER 2010) thematic assessment
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Publication EEA Signals 2012 – Building the future we want
Signals 2012 brings together environmental issues such as sustainability, green economy, water, waste, food, governance and knowledge sharing. It is prepared in the context of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development — Rio 2012. This year's Signals will give you a flavour of how consumers, forward-thinking businesses and policymakers can make a difference by combining new technological tools — from satellite observations to online platforms. It will also suggest creative and effective solutions to preserve the environment.
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Highlight Troff document Building the future we want – new report launched on World Environment Day
While much of Europe is still suffering the effects of economic recession, a new report argues that efforts to increase prosperity should not damage the environment. Indeed, Europe’s economy depends on a healthy environment, including the materials and services provided by the natural world, according to the new edition of Signals from the European Environment Agency (EEA).
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Article Living in a consumer society
Decades of relatively steady growth in Europe have changed the way we live. We produce and consume more goods and services. We travel more and live longer. But the environmental impacts of our economic activities at home and abroad have become bigger and more visible. Environmental legislation, when implemented thoroughly, achieves results on the ground. After taking a look at what has changed in the last twenty years, however, can we say that we are doing our best
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