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Figure Aggregate production in Sweden by type of material
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Figure Apparent steel consumption, imports of iron and steel, and CO2 emissions from metal production, EU-15 1995-2001
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Figure Cost of oil production
Production cost comparison between arctic oil, deep and ultra-deepwater oil, heavy oil and bitumen, conventional oil
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Country profile Country profile - Societal developments (Sweden)
Past developments in society. Links to more national information.
Located in The European environment – state and outlook 2010 Country assessments Sweden
Figure Crushed bedrock and sand and gravel production, 2006
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Figure Decomposition analysis of the main factors influencing the CO2 emissions from public electricity and heat production (1990-2005)
The orange bars show the factors that have an increasing effect on emissions and the green bars show the factors that have a reducing effect
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Figure Electricity production by fuel, EU-25
Data for Germany in 1990 include West Germany only
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Publication Environmental indicator report 2014
Environmental impacts of production-consumption systems in Europe
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Publication Environmental pressures from European consumption and production - Insights from environmental accounts
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Publication Environmental trends and perspectives in the Western Balkans: future production and consumption patterns
This report looks at the forces shaping the future of the environment in the Western Balkans, in particular at the role of consumption and production patterns. It begins with a review of key recent environmental trends in the region, then analyses the global, European, regional and national drivers — such as social, political and economic — that are shaping production and consumption patterns. Addressing environmental challenges in a sustainable manner requires a close review of plausible future developments in other sectors and the potential implications of these drivers on the environment. At the end report also looks at how different actors in the region can act to shape environmental futures. The report takes a futures perspective because the countries of the Western Balkan are at a turning point in the development of their economies, societies and environment. This is important as in the long term, political, economic and other changes may exacerbate some environmental problems, create new ones and provide the means to address existing issues. The report also closely reviews and assesses how can available information support region-wide forward-looking integrated environment assessment.
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