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Figure Share of EU-15 sectors and key sources in 1990 and 2006
Emissions from international aviation and international maritime navigation, not covered by the Kyoto Protocol, are not included here
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Figure Examples of potential economic effects across Europe
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File reStructured Text A day in my forest: Environmental Atlas of Europe — Poland
Silent except for the humming of bees and the distant hammering of woodpeckers, Białowieża Forest is a fairytale landscape of tall trees, peat bogs and meadows – home to innumerable species of birds, invertebrates, lichens, fungi and other flora and fauna including grey wolves, lynx, elk and a large herd of rare European bison.
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Indicator Assessment Production and consumption of ozone depleting substances (CSI 006) - Assessment published Dec 2011
The total production and consumption of ozone depleting substances in EEA member countries has decreased significantly since the Montreal Protocol was signed in 1987, nowadays it is practically zero. Globally, the implementation of the Montreal Protocol has led to a decrease in the atmospheric burden of ozone-depleting substances (ODSs) in the lower atmosphere and in the stratosphere. Many ODSs are also potent greenhouse gases. The phasing out of ODS under the Montreal Protocol has reduced global greenhouse gas emissions by an amount 5 to 6 times larger than the UNFCCC's Kyoto Protocol target for the first commitment period, 2008-2012.
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Figure D source code Areas of possible establishment of Aedes albopictus (the tiger mosquito) in Europe for 2010 and 2030
Developed by Francis Schaffner (BioSys Consultancy, Zurich), in partnership with Guy Hendrickx/Ernst-Jan Scholte (AviaGIS, Zoersel, Belgium) and Jolyon M Medlock (Health Protection Agency, United Kingdom) for the ECDC TigerMaps project
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Figure Distance-to-target (Kyoto Protocol for new Member States in 2004
The distance-to-target indicator (DTI) measures the deviation in percentage points of actual emissions in 2004 from a (hypothetical) linear path between base-year levels and 2010
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Figure Change in GHG emissions per capita from 2000 to 2004
International comparisons
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Figure Greenhouse gas emission targets of EU-15 Member States for 2008-2012 relative to base-year emissions under the EU burden-sharing decision
This graph shows the EU-15 Kyoto target and EU-15 Member States' individual reduction targets under the burden sharing agreement, for 2008-2012.
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Figure Soil erosion risk assessment for Europe for the year 2000
The map shows the soil erosion risk assessment for Europe for the year 2000
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Figure Greenhouse gas emission targets of new EU Member States for 2008-2012 relative to base-year emissions under the Kyoto Protocol
This graph shows new EU Member States Kyoto targets for 2008-2012.
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