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Europe's Environment - The Dobris Assessment

File ZIP archive 01. Introduction
File ZIP archive 02. Environmental changes and human development
File ZIP archive 03. The continent - Extent and boundaries
File ZIP archive 04. Air
File ZIP archive 05. Inland Waters
File ZIP archive 06. The seas
File ZIP archive 07. Soil
File ZIP archive 08. Landscapes
File ZIP archive 09. Nature and wildlife
File ZIP archive 10. The Urban Environment
File ZIP archive 11. Human Health
File ZIP archive 12. Population, Production and Consumption
File ZIP archive 13. Exploitation of Natural Resources
File ZIP archive 14. Emissions
File ZIP archive 15. Waste
File ZIP archive 16. Noise and Radiation
File ZIP archive 17. Chemicals and GMO's
File ZIP archive 18. Natural and Technological Hazards
File ZIP archive 19. Energy
File ZIP archive 20. Industry
File ZIP archive 21. Transport
File ZIP archive 22. Agriculture
File ZIP archive 23. Forestry
File ZIP archive 24. Fishing and Aquaculture
File ZIP archive 25. Tourism and Recreation
File ZIP archive 26. Households
File ZIP archive 27. Climate Change
File ZIP archive 28. Stratospheric Ozone Depletion
File ZIP archive 29. Loss of Biodiversity
File ZIP archive 30. Major Accidents
File ZIP archive 31. Acidification
File ZIP archive 32. Tropospheric ozone
File ZIP archive 33. The Management of Freshwater
File ZIP archive 34. Forest Degradation
File ZIP archive 35. Coastal Zone Threats and Management
File ZIP archive 36. Waste Production and Management
File ZIP archive 37. Urban stress
File ZIP archive 38. Chemical Risk
File ZIP archive 39. General findings
File ZIP archive 40. Highlights and Responses
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1. Introduction
2. Environmental changes and human development
3. The continent - Extent and boundaries
4. Air
5. Inland Waters
6. The seas
7. Soil
8. Landscapes
9. Nature and wildlife
10. The Urban Environment
11. Human Health
12. Population, Production and Consumption
13. Exploitation of Natural Resources
14. Emissions
15. Waste
16. Noise and Radiation
17. Chemicals and GMO's
18. Natural and Technological Hazards
19. Energy
20. Industry
21. Transport
22. Agriculture
23. Forestry
24. Fishing and Aquaculture
25. Tourism and Recreation
26. Households
27. Climate Change
28. Stratospheric Ozone Depletion
29. Loss of Biodiversity
30. Major Accidents
31. Acidification
32. Tropospheric ozone
33. The Management of Freshwater
34. Forest Degradation
35. Coastal Zone Threats and Management
36. Waste Production and Management
37. Urban stress
38. Chemical Risk
39. General findings
40. Highlights and Responses
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Appendix 1: An Inventory of 56 Environmental Problems
Appendix 2: Information Strenghts and Weaknesses
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