We are pleased to inform you that the abstract we submitted to present ENERGee Watch at this year’s conference has been selected! It will be presented by our ENERGee Watch technical adviser Pierrick YALAMAS, from the regional energy agency of Rhône-Alpes (RAEE), working on the Rhône-Alpes Energy and GHG Observatory (OREGES). What is the INSPIRE […]
From EUROSTAT: How should we ensure that we are meeting your needs? The best way is to ask you directly and we would be grateful if you could spare a few minutes to respond to the following questionnaire: ->http://ec.europa.eu/yourvoice/ipm/forms/dispatch?form=ESTATuserSurvey2014&lang=en This survey is an opportunity for us to better understand why and how you use European statistics […]
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Stakeholders consultation on sustainable transport: promoting the development of harmonised carbon footprinting measures for both freight and passenger transport services in Europe. Consultation period: 21/03/2014 – 13/06/2014 Background Carbon footprinting is a method to generate data about the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of transport operations on an aggregated level of a company, or more detailed, […]
A new study reveals that man-made gases in the atmosphere are harming the ozone layer, more than two decades after governments resolved to phase out ozone-destroying gases. Three of the types of gases discovered are chlorofluorocarbons (CFC), the compound found in aerosol sprays and refrigerator coolants that created holes in the ozone layer nearly 30 […]