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The Harrestrup Brook Capacity Plan

The map shows the planned interventions along the Harrestrup Brook to ensure sufficient capacity to reduce the impacts of flooding on the neighbouring residential areas

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The Metropolitan Forest of Madrid: location of planned forest lots

The dataset gives the location and extent of planned forest lots around the city of Madrid under the municipal plan 'Madrid 360'

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Increase in built area in Flanders between 2020-2050 in ‘business-as-usual’ scenario (above), as compared to if the policy is adopted (below)

The map shows the new soil sealing in 2050 following the scenarios and gives a share of 0 to 100% sealing per rastercell of 1ha.

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EEA greenhouse gases — data viewer

Data viewer on greenhouse gas emissions and removals, sent by countries to UNFCCC and the EU Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Mechanism (EU Member States).

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Change in energy consumption of EU Member States between 2005 and 2022

This chart shows the change in energy consumption of EU Member States in 2022 compared to 2005.

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Share of woody landscape features on agricultural areas in NUTS3 regions

The map shows the share of woody landscape features in agricultural areas on NUTS3 regions.

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Historical and projected greenhouse gas emissions for the waste sector, MtCO₂e, EU-27

Historical and projected GHG emissions reported by the EU Member States and quality checked by the EEA. Values expressed in MtCO₂e. For historic years, disaggregation to 4 subcategories is available. There are two scenarios of projected emissions: WEM, with existing measures scenario and WAM, with additional measures scenario.

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National Emission reduction Commitments Directive – Policies and Measures (PaMs) to reduce air pollutants emissions

Access the information on the air pollution Policies and Measures reported by Member States.

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Peak and 2100 concentrations of total greenhouse gases in the atmosphere consistent with a 67% probability of keeping the average global temperature increase below 1.5°C (left) and 2°C (right)

The periods within which peak concentrations could be exceeded are shown by light blue arrows, based on the trend of the past 10 years in total greenhouse gas concentrations and without allowing for a temperature overshoot (based on IPCC, 2019).

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