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Figure EEA-32 sector contributions to the main air pollution issues, 2004
The first two bars (top-down) refer to ecosystem impacts, the third to human health impacts, and the fourth to health and vegetation impacts Energy industry: Emissions from public heat and electricity generation including fugitive emissions; Manufacturing industry: combustion and non-combustion processes; Commercial and institutional services and household: Combustion and non-combustion processes; Road transport: light and heavy duty vehicles, passenger cars and motorcycles; Off-road transport: railways, domestic shipping, certain aircraft movements, and non-road mobile machinery used in agriculture, forestry; Agriculture: manure management, fertiliser application; Waste: incineration, waste-water management.
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Figure Total energy consumption by fuel in the EU-25
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Figure Change in emission of primary and secondary fine particles 1990-2004 (%), (EU-10, AC-2 and CC-2)
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Figure NO2 inter-annual variations, 1996-2004 (all stations with 8 monitoring years)
Vertical bars: 10th and 90th percentiles.
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Figure Modelled change in tropospheric ozone concentrations over Europe
The modelled changes shown are only due to climate variability and climate change
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Figure Global greenhouse gas emissions for the baseline and climate action scenario (1970-2100)
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Figure Measured PM2.5 concentrations, 2004 (µg/m3, annual average) for several countries
Each bar represents average concentrations for each station type
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Figure Change in number of ozone exceedance days between 1993-1996 and 2000-2004
The map shows the change in the average number of ozone exceedence days from April to September observed at regional background stations (EMEP monitoring stations) from the period 1990-1994 to the period 1999-2004, excluding the abnormally warm summer of 2003. A day is counted as an exceedence day when the daily maximal 8-hr-average ozone concentration exceeds 60 ppbV.
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Figure Global emission reductions by greenhouse gas for the climate action scenario compared with the baseline
The figure includes all greenhouse gases.
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Policy context
Within the European Union, the Sixth Environment Action Programme (6th EAP) aims to achieve levels of air quality that do not result in unacceptable impacts on, and risks to, human health and the environment. The EU acts at many levels to reduce exposure to air pollution: through legislation, through co-operation with sectors responsible for air pollution, through national, regional authorities and non-government organisations and through research. EU policies aim to reduce exposure to air pollution by reducing emissions and setting limits and target values for air quality.
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