This chart shows past emission trends of NMVOCs in the EEA-32 and EU-27 group of countries. In addition - for the EU-27 - the 2010 NECD and 2020 Gothenburg target paths and emission ceilings are shown.
Austria,Belgium,Bulgaria,Cyprus,Czech Republic,Denmark,EEA Member Countries (EEA32),Estonia,Finland,France,Germany,Greece,Hungary,Iceland,Ireland,Italy,Latvia,Liechtenstein,Lithuania,Luxembourg,Malta,Netherlands,Norway,Poland,Portugal,Romania,Slovakia,Slovenia,Spain,Sweden,Switzerland,Turkey,United Kingdom
EEA aggregated and gap-filled air emission dataset, based on 2012 officially reported national total and sectoral emissions to UNECE LRTAP Convention, the EU NEC Directive and EU-MM/UNFCCC.
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