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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