The EU urban population exposure to air pollution by particulate matter indicator shows the population weighted annual mean concentration of PM10 in agglomerations expressed in ug/m3.
- Joachim Maes
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Lavalle, Carlo; Vizcaino, Pilar; Maes, Joachim (2015): LF513 - Urban population exposure to air pollution by particulate matter (LUISA Platform REF2014). European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) [Dataset] PID: http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-luisa-lf513-urban-population-exposure-to-air-pollution-by-particulate-matter-ref-2014
The compressed zip file contains the data for the year 2010, and the net changes in a short term period (2010 -2020) and in a long term period (2010 – 2050), for all EU 28 Member States, at NUTS0, NUTS2 and NUTS3. The data is stored in .csv format.
The compressed zip file contains the data for the year 2010, and the net changes in a short term period (2010 -2020) and in a long term period (2010 – 2050), for Danube region, at NUTS0, NUTS2 and NUTS3. The data is stored in .csv format.
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The Communication from the Commission on the Roadmap to Resource Efficient Europe (RERM) defines a set of milestones to illustrate what is required to put Europe on a path to resource efficiency and sustainable growth, thus contributing to a global economic transformation. The 2020 milestone for land is defined as "By 2020 […], the rate of land take is on track with an aim to achieve no net land take by 2050[…]". DG ENV and JRC are conducting a study aiming at assessing the level of effort needed in the EU in order to reach the land milestone set in the Resource Efficiency Roadmap. The study will also analyse environmental consequences of reaching (or not) the 2020 milestone. The study is divided into three parts, covering the following: the progress towards reaching the 2020 milestone related to “being on track towards no net land take by 2050” in the EU27 (Part I); the environmental consequences of the achievement of the 2020 land-take milestone (Part II); the efficiency of land resources’ management in the past and in the future (Part III). This document presents the results of the Part I of the study. The methodological framework relies on an integrated modelling approach based on the Land-Use Modelling Platform (LUMP) . In this modeling platform, three land take
development scenarios are being developed and assessed.
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