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Figure World share of international tourist arrivals, 2005
International comparison
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Figure Expected threat of tourism and recreation sector on coastal landscape types
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Press Release C source code header EU bathing water quality remains high
Clean bathing waters are vital for key economic sectors such as tourism and for plant and animal life. The annual bathing water report presented by the European Commission and the European Environment Agency shows that 96 % of coastal bathing areas and 90 % of bathing sites in rivers and lakes complied with minimum standards in 2009. It also describes where to obtain detailed and up-to-date information on bathing sites.
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Press Release C source code header Bathing water quality remains high around the EU
The quality of bathing water across Europe declined slightly between 2009 and 2010, but the overall quality was still high. More than nine out of 10 bathing water sites now meet the minimum requirements.
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Figure Troff document Tourism inbound and outbound expenditure — EECCA and SEE (left) and WCE (right)
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Figure Number of bed places per km2 in the pan-European region
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Figure Percentage change in international tourist arrivals from 2000 to 2005
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Figure International tourist arrivals
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Figure International tourist arrivals and percentage change
International arrivals in the three European regions, at year 1995, 2000, 2005 (unit in thousand on the left y-axis) and percentage change between 2000 and 2005 (unit in % on the right y-axis).
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Figure C source code Projected changes in the tourism climatic index for all seasons
Tourism Climatic Index (TCI) for four seasons in the present period (1961–1990, left), under future climate change (2071–2100, middle), and change between present and future period (left). Future climate conditions are based on the SRES A2 scenario and derived from the ensemble mean of five regional climate models (RCMs) that participated in the PRUDENCE project.
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