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constantinos2013 Good morning. My name is Koutelidakis Konstantinos and I am a postgraduate student at the Hellenic Open University. In my diploma thesis, I study the participation of Greek citizens in recycling (https://docs.google.com/[…]/viewform).
In addition to developing the questionnaire, the diploma thesis will include 1 multi-criteria study for which, I would like your help. So I would ask you for any of the criteria you have data, to fill in the corresponding cell, in order to find out what is the best economic policy for increasing recycling in Greece.
https://recyclingmulticreti[…]3891292602455&type=POST
Thank you very much
Yours sincerely
Koudelidakis Konstantinos

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Sep 25, 2019 05:39 PM
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Emilija Hello, I have found data about CO2 emissions: https://www.eea.europa.eu/d[…]er-passenger-3#tab-chart_1. Is there is newer data about specific CO2 emissions per passenger-km and per mode of transport in Europe? Thank you.

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Sep 24, 2019 09:05 AM
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ChadwickB The EEA data set and graph for "Electricity generation — CO2 emission intensity" in gCO2/kWh is accessible and user-friendly. However, the data is only provided for the years 1990 to 2016. The International Energy Agency (IEA) Tracking Clean Energy Progress, Power webpage (https://www.iea.org/tcep/power/) provides "Carbon intensity of electricity generation" in gCO2/kWh with data from 2000 to 2018 for the EU and other regions/countries around the world.

Please would you add 2017 and 2018 carbon intensity data to the EEA electricity generation dataset and graph! After all, there is GOOD NEWS in this information!

Thank you, Bridget Chadwick

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Aug 21, 2019 11:31 AM
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a15932662935 With the rapid development of the European economy and society, cars have become popular means of transportation. In 2017, the EU owned about 200 million vehicles, including Germany with 46 million vehicles, Italy with 37 million vehicles and France with 32 million vehicles. In the five years from 2013 to 2017, car ownership in most of the EU's member states increased rapidly. Although the EU generally has a good air environment. But in the economically developed regions of the western and southern coasts of the European Union, air quality issues are becoming more apparent. According to a set of data released by the European Environment Agency in 2017, the excessive PM2.5 has caused 400,000 people to die prematurely every year in Europe. Among them, there are 66,000 in Germany, 60,000 in Italy, 46,000 in Poland, and 35,000 in France. Vehicle exhaust emissions are an important cause of the increase in PM2.5 concentration. To this end, the EU governments have made great efforts: increase parking fees, increase bus and subway passenger traffic, and encourage planting trees. But the problem is still serious. In order to protect the breathing health of European people, improve the quality standards of automobiles and reduce the concentration of PM2.5 on the road. We recommend that the European Environment Agency can enact regulations requiring all new cars in the EU to have an air purifier installed outside the car. As we all know, many cars are now equipped with air purifiers, its main purpose is to keep the air inside the car clean. The EU Environment Agency can require all cars sold to install an air purifier outside the car. After the car is turned on, the air purifier is activated at the same time. Use this air purifier to clean the road. The European Environmental Agency can further improve the cleaning performance of air purifiers by correspondingly improving the cleaning standards of air purifiers. At the same time, luxury cars should be equipped with higher-level equipment. In 2018, the EU's car sales volume is 15 million. The addition of an air purifier to each of these cars can effectively reduce the PM2.5 concentration on the EU roads. Every time the quality of the car is checked, EU governments must check that the car's air purifier meets the standards. If the quality of the air purifier does not meet the standard, the owner must install one at his own expense. In this way, it is believed that the EU's air quality problems will be largely alleviated and the health of the European people will be guaranteed.
Hello, if you accept this suggestion, please pay 8.5 million euros, the proposal has been registered, look forward to reply.
Consultant Niu Xiaofeng

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