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STREAMLINING CLIMATE CHANGE AND AIR POLLUTION REPORTING REQUIREMENTS. TFEIP – Dublin 23 – 24 October2007. Project Task Leaders:. Project management; MS capacity analysis; liaison with LRTAP, CCC & WGI, WGII. In-country review; liaison with IPCC & E-PRTR. Innovation, and liaison with WG III.

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Streamlining climate change and air pollution reporting requirements

STREAMLINING CLIMATE CHANGE AND AIR POLLUTION REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

TFEIP – Dublin

23 – 24 October2007


Streamlining climate change and air pollution reporting requirements

Project Task Leaders:

Project management; MS capacity analysis; liaison with LRTAP, CCC & WGI, WGII

In-country review; liaison with IPCC & E-PRTR

Innovation, and liaison with WG III

INSPIRE issues


Objectives

Objectives:

  • Identify opportunities to streamline reporting under EU level air and climate change instruments.

  • Develop streamlining scenarios to guide and facilitate coherent developments in reporting requirements in the future (road map)

  • Formulate recommendations for further improvement of the MM 280/2004/EC which improve data quality, minimize burdens on Member States and introduce innovation that will enable better future use of reported data


Scope

Scope

  • Monitor Decision 280/2004/EC

  • NEC Directive 2001/81/EC

  • Reporting to CLTRAP

  • EU ETS 2003/87/EC

  • E-PRTR 166/2006/EC

  • IPPC Directive 96/61/EC

  • Fuel quality directive

  • Monitoring CO2 from new cars

  • Fluorinated greenhouse gases 842/2006

  • Ozone depleting substances 2037/2000

  • Aarhus Convention


Streamlining opportunities

Streamlining opportunities

  • Terminology

  • Temporal and spatial scales

  • Reporting methodologies

  • Reporting deadlines

  • Submission procedures

  • Infrastructure in the countries

    • Competent authorities

    • Responsibilities

    • Resources


Streamlining project tasks

Streamlining Project - Tasks


Project time table

Project Time Table

October 07

July 08

Dec 07

Jun 08

Mar 08

April 08


Task 1 identify inter related reporting

Task 1 – Identify inter-related reporting

  • The outputs of Task 1 will be a Background Document:

    • Describing the current status of emissions and projections reporting, and identifying the strengths and weaknesses of present systems,

    • Identifying (and quantifying where possible) the obligations, costs and practical reporting issues for both data-requesting and data-providing parties.

    • Identifying the obligations for providing data under other legislation and policies (e.g. INSPIRE)

    • Presenting initial stakeholder mapping including responsibilities and linkages within and across legislation.


Hierarchy of policy instruments

Hierarchy of policy instruments ?

MM; NECD

National Reporting

EPRTR

Sub-National

Reporting

ETS

IPPC

Specific Reporting

Enabling national reporting

SED

WID

LCP


Task 2 ms capacity analysis enquiry

Task 2 – MS capacity Analysis Enquiry


Task 3 refine the strategy

Task 3 – Refine the Strategy


Utopia

Utopia

  • TCCCA = 100% for:

  • Emission inventory data

  • Projections data

  • Point source data

  • Policies and measures

  • Activity data


Project vision

Project vision


Task 4 advise on revision of the monitoring mechanism

Task 4 - Advise on revision of the Monitoring mechanism


Task 5 strengthen ms infrastructure

Task 5 - Strengthen MS infrastructure


Communication

Communication

  • CIRCA Website

  • With the Commission – manage priotities

  • Engage with MS (technical/political level)

  • Deal with comments to draft docu,ents


Working groups liaison and points of contact

Working groups liaison and points of contact


Basis for monitoring annex iii

Basis for monitoring – Annex III

  • Member States shall establish their emission inventories and projections using the methodologies specified in Annex III.

  • Annex III: Member States shall establish inventories and projections using the methodologies agreed upon by the Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution and are requested to use the joint EMEP-Corinair Guidebook in preparing these inventories and projections

  • Update of Annex III possible by comitology.

    Draft Monitoring Decision available;


New annex iii 2001 81 ec

New Annex III - 2001/81/EC

Key provisions of voluntary CLTRAP Guidelines will be binding:

Member States shall:

  • use the EMEP/Corinair Guidebook (latest version)

  • Apply certain calculation methods

  • Use certain reporting formats

  • Provide a National Inventory Report


National emission ceilings directive 2001 81 ec obligations for member states

National Emission Ceilings Directive 2001/81/ECObligations for Member States

  • Member States have to their respect national emission ceilings for SO2, NOx, VOC’s and NH3 by 2010 and later years.

    New ceilings for those substances and PM2.5 for 2020 and later years .

  • Member States report each year their national emission inventories and their emission projections for 2010.

    Extra substances: TSP, PM10, CO (HM and POPs?)

    Projections every 2 years for ceiling-substances for 2020 and every new 10 years period

  • Deadline: 31 December. Final emissions for the previous year but one and their provisional emissions for the previous year.

    New deadline: 15 January


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