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New indicators show latest data on air pollution, ozone depletion and acid rain


30 Jan 2012

Updated air pollution indicators have been published by the European Environment Agency (EEA). They include indicators presenting past emission trends, contributions of different sectors and analysis of reasons for past changes. The indicators cover a range of substances affecting the ozone layer, acid rain and air quality. Four are from the EEA's Core Set of Indicators (CSI):

Six supporting indicators on air pollution have also been updated:

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