The indicator shows the spatial distribution of CO2 (Carbon dioxide) emissions over Europe. The total emissions for each country are derived from the GAINS model. This is the first version of the dataset (1.0) and it has not been extensively validated yet.
- Enrico Pisoni
How to cite
Lavalle, Carlo; Trombetti, Marco; Pisoni, Enrico (2015): UI - Atmospheric emissions of CO2 (LUISA Platform REF2014). European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) [Dataset] PID: http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-luisa-co2-atmospheric-emissions-ref-2014
The compressend zip file contains the projected CO2 emission maps at NUTS0 and NUTS2 from 2010 to 2030. The maps are stored in .csv format.
The compressend zip file contains the projected CO2 emission maps at NUTS0 and NUTS2 for the Danube regions from 2010 to 2030. The maps are stored in .csv format.
LUISA webpage (European Commission - JRC Science Hub)
- Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
This report illustrates the progresses made towards the inclusion of air quality related issues in the Land Use-based Integrated Sustainability Assessment (LUISA) platform. It focuses on the description of the methodology to derive high-resolution gridded-emission spatially geo-referenced layers from outputs and datasets integrated in LUISA. In the framework of the integration of the Regional Integrated Assessment Tool (RIAT model) and the Land Use Modelling Integrated Sustainability Assessment (LUISA) platform, we implemented the downscaling of atmospheric emission data from national level to very high spatial resolution (100m). The GAINS model (IIASA) provides the input emission data for different scenarios, up to year 2030, which are disaggregated based on 34 different surrogates. Each surrogate is calculated by means of the integration of several proxies derived by statistical datasets, ancillary models and GIS layers in the framework of the LUISA platform. The preliminary results for NOx, PM10 and NH3 (year 2010) are presented in this report together with their first assessment, based on existing emission maps at 7 and 10 Km resolution. Future steps for further refinements are also discussed.
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