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Households - Europe's Environment: The Dobris Assessment (Chapter 26)

26.1 - Introduction
26.2 - Definition and importance of households
26.3 - Resource needs of households
26.3.1 - Land
26.3.2 - Water
26.3.3 - Energy
26.4 - Emissions from households
26.4.1 - To air
26.4.2 - Solid waste
26.4.3.1 - The volume
26.4.3.2 - The recycleability
26.4.3.3 - The presence of chemical pollutants
26.5 - Driving forces
26.5.1 - Population growth, number of households and household size
26.5.2 - Growth in disposable income and consumer spending
26.5.3 - Greater availability, affordability and sophistication of consumer items
26.5.3.1 - Vehicle ownership and use
26.5.4 - Public attitudes to the environmental impacts of products
26.6 - Examples of control measures
26.6.1 - Coercive measures
26.6.2 - Financial regulation
26.6.3 - Information and training
26.6.4 - Institutional instruments
26.7 - Conclusions
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