next
previous
items

Global search on data, maps and indicators

Topics:
Premature deaths attributable to exposure to PM₂.₅ at NUTS3 level for European countries in 2021, adjusted for population

The map shows the number of premature deaths (PDs) attributable to PM₂.₅ in 2021 at NUTS3 level for European countries. The PDs, which in absolute terms are higher for those NUTS3 level regions with the highest populations, have been normalised by 100,000 inhabitants, to make the numbers comparable among regions. For countries where NUTS3 regions are not available, the national value is shown.

Read more

EU progress towards the worldwide hydrofluorocarbon consumption phase-down under the Montreal Protocol

This graph shows the EU contribution to the global phase-down of HFCs under the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol, which introduces limits to the consumption of HFCs, starting in 2019. HFC, hydrofluorocarbon; Mt, million tonnes. HFCs covered under the Montreal Protocol do not include HFC-161. A country’s baseline for the Montreal Protocol HFC phase-down is defined as the average HFC consumption during the period 2011-2013, plus 15% of the HCFC baseline in 1989, all expressed in million tonnes (Mt) CO2 equivalent. As set out in the Montreal Protocol, the HCFC baseline also includes 2.8% of 1989 chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) consumption.

Read more

EU progress under the hydrofluorocarbon phase-down set out in the EU F-gas Regulation

This graph shows the progress of the hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) phase-down under EU regulation. HFC, hydrofluorocarbon; POM, placing on the market; RACHP, refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump. Data shown for 2022 are preliminary and subject to further validation by the European Commission. Values from 2007 to 2013 are based on the reporting obligations of the old F-gas Regulation (EC) No 842/2006 and are therefore not fully comparable with data from 2014 onwards (based on the obligations of the current F-gas Regulation (EU) No 517/2014). The maximum quantities of the EU HFC phase-down shown for 2015-2019 apply to EU-28, for 2020 to EU-27 and UK. EU-27 maximum quantities for 2021 onwards have been recalculated to reflect the effects of Brexit.

Read more

Up-to-date air quality data

Latest measurements from Europe's air quality monitoring network

Read more

Newly registered electric cars by country

This chart reports the number of newly registered electric cars (battery electric vehicles (BEV) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV)) in the EU-27 and non-EU EEA countries (i.e. Iceland, Norway and Switzerland)

Read more

Greenhouse gas emissions trends and projections under the scope of the Effort Sharing legislation, EU-27

This figure shows the EU-27 Effort Sharing emissions as well as the Member States' projections covering emissions under the Effort Sharing Regulation ('with existing measures' (WEM) and 'with additional measures' (WAM) scenarios).

Read more

Changes in emissions covered by the EU Emissions Trading System by sector, 2013-2022, relative to 2013

This figure shows change in greenhouse gas emissions under the European Union Emissions Trading System since 2013 by industry type.

Read more

Average greenhouse gas intensity of road transport fuels in the EU, 2010-2021

The EU has not succeeded in meeting its target to reduce, by 2020, the greenhouse gas emission intensity of fuels sold for road transport to 6% below 2010 levels. Between 2010 and 2020, the emission intensity decreased by 5.5%, mostly due to the increased use of biofuels. Eleven countries have succeeded in decreasing their emission intensities by more than 6%. If Indirect Land Use Change (ILUC) effects of biofuel production are considered, the emission intensity of fuels sold in the EU decreased slightly between 2019 and 2020.

Read more

Average greenhouse gas intensity reduction of road transport fuels in Member States, between 2010-2021

In 2020, eleven countries succeeded in decreasing their emission intensities by more than 6%, with Sweden and Finland achieving the highest reductions (19.1% and 7.2% respectively).

Read more

Permalinks

Topics

Topics:
Document Actions