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Annual European Community greenhouse gas inventory 1990-2003

Annual European Community greenhouse gas inventory 1990-2003

Annual European Community greenhouse gas inventory

EEA Technical report No 4/2005 Annual European Community greenhouse gas inventory 19902003 and inventory report 2005 Submission to the UNFCCC Secretariat European Environment Agency ISSN 1725-5597

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    Member State, type and year of UNFC

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    Member State, type and year of UNFC

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    Table 1.15 Overview of missing data

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    Extrapolation on basis of percentag

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    Table 1.18 Data basis of CH 4 emiss

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    Member State Introduction to the EC

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    Introduction to the EC greenhouse g

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    European Community greenhouse gas e

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    Compared to 2002, CO 2 emissions in

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    European Community greenhouse gas e

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    European Community greenhouse gas e

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    European Community greenhouse gas e

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    European Community greenhouse gas e

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    EU-15 GHG emissions. CH 4 and N 2 O

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    Energy (CRF Sector 1) Table 3.4 Mem

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    Energy (CRF Sector 1) Table 3.7 Mem

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    completeness and qualitative uncert

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    Energy (CRF Sector 1) Table 3.13 Me

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    Energy (CRF Sector 1) Table 3.17 Me

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    Energy (CRF Sector 1) Table 3.20 Me

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    Member State with the highest reduc

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    Energy (CRF Sector 1) Table 3.26 Me

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    Table 3.29 Member States’ contrib

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    Energy (CRF Sector 1) Table 3.33 Me

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    Energy (CRF Sector 1) Table 3.36 Me

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    Member State Method applied Activit

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    Member State Method applied Activit

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    Energy (CRF Sector 1) Table 3.40 EU

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    Energy (CRF Sector 1) Table 3.42 Re

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    Energy (CRF Sector 1) Table 3.45 Ap

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    France Energy (CRF Sector 1) 1990 E

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    Portugal Energy (CRF Sector 1) 1990

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    eference approach based on Eurostat

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    • The meeting identified some sco

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    Industrial processes (CRF Sector 2)

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    Member State Method Activity Emissi

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    production as activity data. Howeve

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    Member State Method Activity Emissi

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    are responsible for about two third

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    Industrial processes (CRF Sector 2)

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    Member State Luxembourg Method Acti

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    eduction measures. The table also s

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    Industrial processes (CRF Sector 2)

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    Member State Method applied Emissio

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    Member State Method applied Activit

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    0.03 kg/t. The table suggests that

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    Industrial processes (CRF Sector 2)

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    Industrial processes (CRF Sector 2)

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    Table 4.29 shows the total EU-15 un

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    5.3 Sector-specific quality assuran

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    Figure 6.2 Absolute change of GHG e

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    Agriculture (CRF Sector 4) Table 6.

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    Agriculture (CRF Sector 4) Table 6.

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    Agriculture (CRF Sector 4) Table 6.

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    ased support mechanisms to direct a

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    Agriculture (CRF Sector 4) Table 6.

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    Member State Comments Germany NIR 2

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    Agriculture (CRF Sector 4) Table 6.

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    Agriculture (CRF Sector 4) Table 6.

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    with Italy, Portugal and Spain allo

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    Agriculture (CRF Sector 4) Table 6.

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    Agriculture (CRF Sector 4) Table 6.

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    Member State Comments represents a

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    Agriculture (CRF Sector 4) Table 6.

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    Agriculture (CRF Sector 4) Table 6.

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    Agriculture (CRF Sector 4) Table 6.

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    Agriculture (CRF Sector 4) Table 6.

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    LUCF (CRF Sector 5) Table 7.1 Membe

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    Due to the built-in flexibility of

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    Member State Definition NFI Forest

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    LUCF (CRF Sector 5) Table 7.7(b) Ov

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    mostly unknown. Problematic areas a

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    its work in 2004. Another action (C

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    Figure 8.2 Absolute change of GHG e

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    Waste (CRF Sector 6) Table 8.4 Memb

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    from this source decreased by 37 %

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    Member States Data sources used for

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    Figure 8-3 Waste generation rate Kg

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    Figure 8.5 Fraction of DOC in MSW F

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    Waste (CRF Sector 6) Denmark 26 135

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    Table 8.15 Further information on m

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    Member States CH 4 emission sources

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    Member States CH 4 from industrial

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    Figure 8.8 Protein consumption in k

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    Member States United Kingdom Emissi

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    Waste (CRF Sector 6) Table 8.27 Con

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    Recalculations and improvements 10

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    Total emissions excluding LUCF Abso

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    Absolute difference between latest

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    Recalculations and improvements Tab

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    Absolute difference between latest

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    Absolute difference between latest

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    Recalculations and improvements Tab

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    absolute terms were made in the UK.

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    Member State Improvements in respon

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    Netherlands 1990-2003. National inv

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    12 Units and abbreviations t 1 tonn

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    European Environment Agency Annual

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