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Changes in European sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and CO2 emissions since 1960

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Case Studies: International
Research and Methods: International
Indicators and Data: International

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The Integration / Strategies: National strategies, Action plans, Capacity building, Implementation

Emissions of sulphur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxides (NOX) have fallen significantly across Europe since 1960. According to recent research, this is caused by a combination of factors including improved energy efficiency, a changing fuel mix and specific emission control measures. At the same time CO2 emissions have only increased moderately, mainly due to improvements in energy efficiency.

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