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Sound and independent information
on the environment

Table of contents


FOREWORD

PART A BACKGROUND

INTRODUCTION

  1. Emissions and Emission Inventories
  2. International Requirements for Emission Inventories
    2.1 Long Range Transboundary Air Pollution Convention
    2.2 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
    2.3 Amended Council Decision 99/296/EC on a Monitoring Mechanism of Community CO2 and other Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  3. Atmospheric Emission Inventory Methodology
    3.1 OECD/MAP Project
    3.2 The DGXI Inventory
    3.3 CORINE and the EEA Task Force
    3.4 EMEP
    3.5 The IPCC/OECD Programme on National Greenhouse Gas Inventories
  4. Multi-media Integrated Inventories
  5. The European Environment Agency

TASK FORCE ON EMISSION INVENTORIES

  1. Guidebook Specification
  2. Guidebook Format
  3. Tasks for the Expert Panels

GLOSSARY

PART B METHODOLOGY

  • CORINAIR nomenclatures
  • Correspondence between SNAP97 and IPCC96 source categories
  • Correspondence between IPCC96 source categories and SNAP97
  • CORINAIR 1990 summary of emissions
  • CORINAIR 1990 - Top 30 activities (28 countries)
  • CORINAIR 1996 summary by activity for some countries
  • Emission projections
  • Good Practice Guidance for CLRTAP Emission Inventories
  • Estimation of PAH Emissions
  • Bibliography

INDEX TO METHODOLOGY CHAPTERS ORDERED BY SNAP97 ACTIVITY

PART C ANNEXES CHAPTER

  • Expert Panels


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