Briefing anf Factsheet

Briefing

Development of renewable energy in Europe 1990–2015

Country statistics of solar and wind energy in Europe.
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Briefing

1.5 Stay Alive

At the start of the 2018 UN Talanoa facilitative dialogue  to evaluate and strengthen climate action, AirClim is submitting to the UN the film 1.5 Stay Alive, to answer the questions (1) Where are we?; (2) Where do wewant to go?
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Briefing

Climate forcers: development of Kyoto greenhouse gas emissions in Europe 1990 to 2015

Tables of emissions for each of the six Kyoto gases.
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Factsheet

Ecological effects of ocean acidification

By absorbing CO2 the ocean is becoming more acidic, and this happens at a rate faster than during any other period in the past 300 million years.
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Factsheet

Effects of climate change on some anadromous salmonids in the northern hemisphere

As water temperature increases some direct impacts on salmon biology can be predicted. These can include physiological stress, increased depletion of energy resources and also increased susceptibility to disease.
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Policy brief

Paths to a sustainable agricultural system

Pathways to a Nordic agricultural and food system with reduced emissions of greenhouse gases and air pollutants. A policy brief financed by the Nordic Council of Ministers.
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Short paper on the UNFCCC Structured Expert Dialogue

Short paper on the UNFCCC Structured Expert Dialogue on the 2013-2015 Review, with a particular focus on the 1.5°C target.
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12 Factsheets on Air Pollution

Gasping for Air

Twelve factsheets on agriculture, climate, cultural heritage, domestic heating, economy, ecosystems, health, industry, non-roadmachine, road vehicles, shipping and solvents.
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Factsheet

Emission standards for light and heavy road vehicles

An overview of the EU regulations on emission requirements for road vehicles.
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Briefing

Solar power from Sahara for fossil-free Europe

Solar electricity from the Sahara could supply Europe with 15 per cent of its electricity by 2050, at a price tag of 400 billion euros.
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