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Combined risk to health from road traffic noise and nitogen dioxide (NO2) levels (example of Brussels)

The map presents the combined risk to health from road traffic noise and fine particulate matter (PM2.5)/ Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) levels. The white areas show an average combined risk across the cities included in this tool. In the blue areas, the combined risks are lower, while in the orange and red areas the combined risks are higher. Using this map, citizens can better understand the environmental quality of their neighborhoods.

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Timetrend of data from the German Environmental Specimen Bank for PFOS and PFOA

This shows the geometric mean (normalised to 1986) levels of Perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS) and Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) in human subjects.

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Measurements in urine samples from 20- to 29-year-old student volunteers of the German Environmental Specimen Bank

The charts show the levels of two different chemicals in the human body. One is banned now (DEHP) and the other was introduced as a substitute.

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Asbestos-related occupational diseases in Germany

This chart shows the use of asbestos in Germany and also the associated health impacts which tend to happen several decades after initial exposure.

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Premature deaths in the EU per 100,000 population by age range for both air pollution and lead exposure, 2019

This is based on data taken from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) database which models health impacts based on exposure to a range of environmental risk factors. In this case we look at air pollution and lead.

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CO2 concentrations in one classroom during the summer, assessed using CO2 traffic lights

The figure shows the variation in CO₂ concentrations in a school classroom over the course of a week.

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Trends in population-weighted average annual concentrations of PM2.5 in the most disadvantaged and least disadvantaged quintiles of EU-27 NUTS 3 regions, 2007-2019

The graph represents the trend of annual average annual concentrations of particles of a diameter of less than 2.5 microns in ambient air concentration, weighted by population, by year and for the entire EU, for the richest quintile (top 20% in terms of GDP, gross domestic product, per capita) and the poorest quintile (bottom 20% in terms of GDP per capita). In the graph, one can see that both the richest regions and the poorest regions in the EU are improving their air quality (i.e. PM₂.₅ concentrations are decreasing), but the richest are doing so from lower starting levels and significantly faster than the poorest.

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Percentage of samples from the most commonly consumed food groups in Europe complying with legislation on pesticide residue levels

The diagram presents the percentage of samples from the most commonly-consumed food groups in Europe that were compliant with pesticide residues below or equal to the legal limit, higher than the legal limit or non-compliant.

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Progress in the management of contaminated sites in the EU, total number of recorded remediated sites

The figure presents the trend in the number of remediated sites reported by countries for three different time periods.

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EU Material Footprint, expressed in million tonnes of raw material equivalent

The graph shows the material footprint absolute level for the EU, meaning the sum of materials needed to produce the goods demanded by EU citizens.

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Annual sales of veterinary antimicrobials

The diagram present annual data on the sales of veterinary antimicrobials in units of mg/PCU

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