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EEA welcomes the Stern review

The Stern review, a UK government report, suggests that the cost of climate change will be enormous if we do not take strong global action now to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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EU must take immediate action on Kyoto targets

All Member States must seriously tackle greenhouse gas emissions immediately, if the EU-15 is to meet its collective Kyoto target, a new European Environment Agency (EEA) report states.

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EEA member countries delivering more environmental data

Latvia and Austria topped the list for delivering environmental data to the European Environment Agency (EEA), followed by Sweden, Bulgaria and Slovakia, according to a new report released today. Overall performance by countries was up by 5 % compared to the previous reporting cycle. Many of the new EU Member States performed particularly well.

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Friends at the gates - Major success for EEA open house event.

Nearly a thousand Copenhageners visited the European Environment Agency when we stayed open to the public all evening during Copenhagen Culture night on the 13th October.

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Sulphur and nitrogen emissions continue to fall in EU-15

Emissions of nitrogen oxides are down by 30% since the early 1990’s, according to a report released today by the European Environment Agency. The report, ‘Annual European Community LRTAP Convention emission inventory 1990-2004’ also says that emissions of sulphur (SOx) as reported by Member States dropped by 70% between 1990 and 2004 within the EU-15.

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