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Last discussed by EEA
Aug 13, 2020 01:31 PM

Daniel_W For a research project, I need EU's F-gas emissions in terms of tons of substance.
What I found so far:
- F-gas emissions in t of CO2e, but lacking information about the average GWP used to calculate them (e.g. here:[…]eenhouse-gas-inventory-2019)
- Figures about F-gas supply, production etc, which cannot easily be related to emissions (e.g. here:[…]/fluorinated-greenhouse-gases-2019)
Can you tell me where I can find EU's F-gas emissions in terms of tons of substance? Alternatively, can I find somewhere the average GWP value used for conversion of F-gas emissions to CO2e (which I could use to back-calculate to tons of substance)?
Thank you and kind regards!

Last discussed by Daniel_W
Apr 27, 2020 04:26 PM

olibats Dear EEA team,

I've been playing around with your Austrian shapefile ([…]/austria-shapefile) a bit and have noticed that the spatial classification on the district level, i.e. 'adm2', does not incorporate some of the more recent district re-classifications; I'm happy to provide more information on these changes if needed.

In any case, I have updated your official shapefile for my own, personal and non-commercial use and was wondering if I could share this work on my own public github page.

Thanks a lot for your help.

Last discussed by olibats
Apr 21, 2020 02:17 PM

dlaurent Hello,

I'm very confused about two papers I can find on your website about "CO2 emissions from passenger transport".



I don't really understand why the results are very different. If I take for exemple "air transport". It's more or less 120 g/pkm in the second paper BUT 285 in the first one. Can you explain me why ?

At least, I'd like to know if "both of theses papers" consider all of different type of aircraft (if i take air transport), fuel and on which distance the estimation is made ?

Can we talk about an average of emission for transportation in europe ?

Thank you

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Aug 04, 2015 09:36 AM