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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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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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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APC 39

What will it take to phase out greenhouse gas emissions from road traffic in the Nordic-Baltic region by 2030–2035?

A conceivable scenario in which the climate impact of road traffic in the Nordic and Baltic countries is reduced to almost zero by the year 2035.

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APC 38

A vision for zero carbon emissions in the Nordic-Baltic region by about 2030

The Nordic-Baltic region can manage without any CO2 emissions from the electricity, heat and industrial sectors by 2030.

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APC 37

The Greenhouse Effect, Global Warming and Implications for Coral Reefs

The projected water temperature increase will greatly affect the most biodiversity rich ecosystems of the oceans – the tropical coral reefs – which harbor some 25 per cent of all marine species.

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APC 36

Cost-benefit analysis of NOx control for ships in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea

The analyses show that a NOx levy and fund system would be a cost-effective complement to NECAs and it would ensure much needed faster and further emission reductions.

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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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APC 35

A 1.5 target is needed to save the Baltic Sea

Effects of global temperature increases on the biodiversity of the Baltic Sea

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