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Europe's water: An indicator-based assessment - Summary

This summary presents the main findings and key messages from the upcoming report Europe's water - an indicator-based assessment, which assesses the quality and quantity of Europe's water resources. The report seeks to answer a number of questions formulated to assess whether the broad objectives and targets of EU water policy are being achieved and to indicate where policy gaps may occur.

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Europe's environmental progress at risk from unsustainable economic

The state of the environment across Europe has improved in several respects over the past decade, but much of the progress is likely to be wiped out by economic growth because governments have yet to make significant strides towards decoupling environmental pressures from economic activity.

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Europe's environmental progress at risk from unsustainable economic activities

The state of the environment across Europe has improved in several respects over the past decade, but much of the progress is likely to be wiped out by economic growth because governments have yet to make significant strides towards decoupling environmental pressures from economic activity. This is one of the key messages from the European Environment Agency's latest assessment of the environment in Europe, published today.

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EU greenhouse gas emissions rise for second year running

Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the European Union have increased for the second consecutive year, moving the EU further away from meeting its commitment to achieve a substantial emissions cut by the 2008-2012 period.

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EU greenhouse gas emissions rise for second year running

Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the European Union have increased for the second consecutive year, moving the EU further away from meeting its commitment to achieve a substantial emissions cut by the 2008-2012 period. Total EU emissions of six gases widely considered to be contributing to global climate change are estimated to have stood 1.0% higher in 2001, the latest year for which data are available, than a year earlier, the annual emissions inventory compiled by the European Environment Agency shows.

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