APC 15

The worst and the best - Atmospheric emissions from large point sources in Europe

The report identifies and lists the 100 largest emitters of sulphur dioxide in Europe, as well as the 200 "best" fossil-fuelled power stations.
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APC 14

An Alternative Energy Scenario for the European Union

Background report to the study above, describing the underlying alternative low-CO2 energy scenario.
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APC 13

Getting more for less

A study showing that the estimated annual costs for achieving the interim environmental quality targets of the proposed national emission ceilings (NECs) directive can be reduced by nearly two thirds. This result is obtained by using an low-CO2 energy scenario as the basis for the cost estimation.
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APC 11

Economic instruments for reducing emissions from sea transport

In comparison with additional measures taken on land, reducing emissions at sea would be very cost effective. This report presents the problems, as well as the technical and political opportunities to solve them.
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APC 10

Acidification in 2010 – An assessment of the situation after ten years

Study examining the outlook in the light of various assumptions concerning the trend in emissions. Concludes that acidification is likely to remain a threat even if all the proposed measures for reducing them are actually carried out.
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Critical loads

In order to determine the extent to which the emissions of air pollutants will have to be reduced, if the environment is to be protected from damage, it is essential to know the limits to nature's tolerance.
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Envronmental space – as applied to acidifying air pollutants

The concept of environmental space makes it possible to show what reducing emissions will mean in terms of the individual.
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Better together

Discussion paper on common Nordic-Baltic energy infrastructure and policy issues from an environmentalist's point of view.
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