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Gab_Gaff Hi,
I was just wondering why Norway (NO) are included in the WISE Water Framework Directive data viewer (
https://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/dashboards/wise-wfd )? I guess it is probably because even though they are not part of the EU they choose to implement certain policies (such as those related to the environment) and therefore it is an additional data source. But can you please provide an official answer?
Thanking you in advance.
Kind regards,
Gabriel

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LucaLamo Dear EEA team,
I read with great interest your "Progress on energy efficiency"
https://www.eea.europa.eu/[…]/assessment Could you please provide the data per country of the variables/instances if you can, or tell me how to find them? it is for a project of energy poverty and happy to provide more details on it and on my previous background and experience. Thanks

Luca

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LucaLamo Dear EEA team,
I read with great interest your "Progress on energy efficiency"
https://www.eea.europa.eu/[…]/assessment Could you please provide the data per country of the variables/instances if you can, or tell me how to find them? it is for a project of energy poverty and happy to provide more details on it and on my previous background and experience. Thanks

Luca

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duichesheoigheach Hello,
I have been researching Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas in Ireland under the Natura 2000 guidelines, namely the Maumturk Mountains SAC, Lough Corrib SAC, Lough Corrib SPA, Lough Mask SPA and Lough Carra/Mask Complex SAC.
I have been reading through the Natura 2000 Standard Data Forms for each area, that are available to the public through our National Parks and Wildlife Service.
In these forms I have noticed that under the section titled "Threats, Pressures and activities with impacts on the site" there are a number of activities listed by their code , their respective rank of threat (L/M/H) and where that activity takes place in relation to the areas (inside/out/both).
I have noticed that in each of these SACs/SPAs there is no noting for the threat posed by Ref: C- Mining, extraction of materials and energy production.
There is no listing of any threat posed by the following subsections of this specific section:
C01.04.01 Open cast mining
C01.04.02 Underground mining
C01.06 Geotechnical Survey
C01.07 Mining and Extraction activities not referred to above.

My questions would be whether the European Environment Agency or the Irish government create these lists of threats to the sites? and if the European Environmental Agency would class exploration works involved with mining (prospecting, geochemical surveys, drilling and trenching) to be of a threat to these SACs/SPAs. And if they might be omitted from the Threats, Pressures and activities section of the Natura 2000 Standard Data Forms because exploration works would not have been considered viable in such areas?

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