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Jordi Dear Forum,
I am working in car fuel economy in the EU and I downloaded your database on
passenger cars registered in all EU Member States (
http://www.eea.europa.eu/[…]/co2-cars-emission-10). However, I am interested in identifying the car model and I am not sure which variable (or set of variables) I should use.
By car model I mean the one that purchasers choose. My first intuition was to use comercial name x fuel type x engine capacity, however, the many typos in the variable of comercial name makes this very complicated and somehow unfeasible to my best knowledge (eg, my statistical program (STATA) will not recognize as the same the "FIAT DOBLO / 1.9 / JTD" and "FIAT DOBLO 1.9 JTD").

Hence I was wondering whether there is any other way to identify the car model without depending on the comercial name variable (cn). I have seen that the data set
also provides other variables names version(ve) and variant(va). Could these ones be
of any help?

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emiltodorov Dear EEA Web Team,
There is urgent need for update of the
http://natura2000.eea.europa.eu/# with the latest boundaries of the Natura 2000 sites and SDFs of the sites. As main reference portal for the N2K network, many public and private bodies relay on this web portal. Lack of updates might bring some confusions and misunderstanding. Thank you in advance.
Best regards,

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bfauro Hi,
I'm working with the Exhaust emissions from road transport chapter. The chapter is:
http://www.eea.europa.eu/[…]/emep-eea-guidebook-2016, Part B: sectoral guidance chapters: 1. Energy: 1.A Combustion: 1.A.3.b.i-iv Road transport 2016.

I’ve realised that in the table 3.42 (TIER 3 - page. 61) there's no FC for EURO later than Euro 4, but the same table shows the emission factors for NOx, CO & PM for the Euro 4 and later.

What factor should I use to calculate Euro 5 and 6 fuel consumption? It means I need to use the same FC for Euro 4, 5 & 6? If I use the same FC for the different EURO, it means the emissions of CO2 are the same for these technologies.

Moreover, I would like to know the FC for Euro 4 & 5 of Two-Stroke and four-stroke mopeds >50 cm3 and the FC for motorcycles >50cm3 Euro 4.

Many thanks in advance,

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Feb 27, 2017 11:15 AM
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Ginetta Hello,
I am working on assessing EU CO2 emissions by sub-sector i.e. chemicals, steel and iron, cement, etc. I have used CO2 emission volumes published here
http://www.eea.europa.eu/da[…]gas-monitoring-mechanism-12
Do you publish CO2 emission intensity by sub-sector anywhere? Or production volumes which I can use to derive CO2 emission intensities by sub-sector?

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