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Imahn Jun 11, 2020 08:38 AM
Dear EEA,

I am writing a Social Media post for my political party, where we want to focus on the harmful effects of transport, particulary cars, on humans, nature and climate. For that, we first want to make the point that whereas in some areas, emissions were reduced, in transport, this is failing. For that, I found a very illuminating post on the German website of the European Parlament (https://www.europarl.europa[…]ahlen-und-fakten-infografik), which has the following graphics: https://www.europarl.europa.eu/[…]/20190321PHT32163_original.jpg

I would love to use the image, and since the source is the EEA, apparently, I searched for this image on your website with the "Search"-button, but was unsuccesful. Therefore, I have the following questions:

1.) Does the image have Creative Commons Licens, i.e. can I use the image freely?
2.) Where may I find the image on the EEA websites?


Many thanks in advance!

Stay healthy,
Imahn
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EEA Jun 11, 2020 11:06 AM
Dear M. Imahn,

Thank you for contacting the European Environment Agency (EEA).

We were able to locate a similar graph that was developed by the EEA and that is available at https://www.eea.europa.eu/[…]/evolution-of-ghg-emissions-in-2#tab-chart_1 . The source for this chart is available at https://www.eea.europa.eu/d[…]gas-monitoring-mechanism-16 .

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Please see the legal notice page on our website at the following link: http://www.eea.europa.eu/legal/copyright.

We hope that this may be useful for you.

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