Data are model results that were produced under the Renewables bioenergy projects (2005, 2006). Models used are: 1) For agriculture (EU-25 except Luxembourg, Cyprus, Malta): Animlib scenario of the CAPSIM model with modified yields to account for the high share of environmentally orientated farming; 2) For agriculture (Germany and France, only): HEKTOR model to estimate the CO2 permit price effect for agriculture.
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The additional available land due to bioenergy prices being above the food commodity prices was calculated for Germany and France with the HEKTOR model. For all other countries, the available land area was calculated with the CAPSIM model.
Anything you pour down your drain, sink or toilet can eventually end up in our rivers or sea! Never dispose of liquids such as oils, grease, or hazardous liquids – like paint thinners or unused paint – by pouring them down the drain. Instead, collect them in one box and dispose with the rest of your waste. Keep them all in their individual packaging, to avoid possible chemical reactions. This will also make it easier for them to be identified during waste collection. If applicable, take them to your community collection point.
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