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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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Benedict Hello,

Great data on GHG emissions in the EU by sector, thanks for that.
http://www.eea.europa.eu/[…]/assessment

Can you clear two things up for me? Presumably GHG emissions in the Residential/Commerical sector come uniquely from energy consumption. What's the difference then with the Energy Supply sector (are we talking about gas burnt in buildings vs electricity/heat generated outside of them)? More importantly, is there any way of quantifying what share of of the energy contributing to Energy Supply emissions is consumed by the Residential/Commerical, Industry, and Transport sectors?

Thanks.

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Feb 06, 2017 09:55 AM
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billyboybliss
I am trying to track down a 2005 article by Professor Jacqueline McGlade "Technology cannot solve all environmental problems" that was published an EEA newsletter at URL
http://www.eea.europa.eu/[…]/Ann1113292390.pdf

but referring to Prof. McGlade's original work in "The Millennium Ecosystem Assessment". The Millennium Ecosystem Assessment is a very large body of work and I have been unable to find the original article that is the basis for the newsletter article.

I am finishing my doctorate at RMIT in Melbourne and would be grateful if anyone could provide me with the reference to Prof. McGlade's article.

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Jan 31, 2017 03:36 PM
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agricultor This fossil fuel which we burn about of 100 years,it has accumulated in underground by absorption CO2 by plants from the atmosphere,over many millions of years.For me,it is very clear that we,humans,produce drastic changes on global climate.
At the current level with which we burn the fossil fuel,freeing up to atmosphere about 30 mlrd.t CO2/year,it is a great naivety to believe that Terra can be absorb.
In my opinion,as we developed almost all industry around of the fossil fuel,as we developed almost entire world economy basing on this type of fuel,I belive strongly that all people through massive intervention can solve this problem.
I belive that by developing a powerful industry,with global expansion,which produce huge installations for absorption CO2 from the atmosphere and introduce it underground,from where it was extracted,can be a viable solution.I saw some programs on Discovery Channel with such installations that works well.
I convinced that the necessary costs will be high,but will be absolutely necessary.To think that annually damages,due to climate change (storms,tornadoes,severe droughts,floods,etc.)cost us many billions.
We can thus maintain or even decrease level of CO2 in the atmosphere,we have such a break of about 20-30 years which,continuing with the use fossil fuel,to discover and develope new source of energy,clean,renewable,sustenable.
But for this,is necessary a concerned action of all governments and all people of conscience,since this is the future of humanity.

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Jan 09, 2017 11:43 AM
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verenakuschel I want to download the pdf of the report "Trends and projections in Europe 2016". When I come to the site http://www.eea.europa.eu/[…]/3da1d8ac998544e381a7fee0bfea5696 there seems to be a link to the pdf document. But when I click there, the link leads to the site http://www.eea.europa.eu/[…]/trends-and-projections-in-europe When I click on the above mentioned report 2016 on that site I go in circles to the site where I had been before.. Can the site administration please solve this error?

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