Greenhouse gases in Europe decreased by 22% over the last 28 yearsFigure:

Fastest shrinking transport emissions

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The volume of emissions of greenhouse gases in the EU fell by 22% in comparison with 1990.

According to the European statistics service Eurostat, referenced evropul’s for the year per capita of the EU accounts for 1.7 million tons of direct carbon dioxide emissions (mostly from cars and centralized home heating) and 3.6 tonnes indirect (they are made up of emissions from the production of those goods who acquires the European).

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Fastest shrinking transport-related emissions only during the last 2 years by 5%. And the negative momentum showing ammonia emissions from agriculture over 10 years, they increased by 18%.

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