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8th meeting of the TFEIP’s projections expert panel, 15th May 2012 Bern, Switzerland.

Emissions projections reported under the LRTAP convention and EEA countries visibility in global emission scenario studies.

John van Aardenne (EEA).

Acknowledgements:

LRTAP: Elisabeth Kampel and Melanie Tista (UBA-Vienna), Martin Adams (EEA)

ETC-ACM scenariostudy: A. Colette, S. Schucht, J.-C. Péré, B. Bessagnet, L. Rouïl: Institut National de l’Environnement Industriel et des Risques (INERIS), France and R. Koelemeijer, H. Eerens, K. Van Velze: Planbureauvoor de Leefomgeving (PBL), theNetherlands and G. Mellios: EMISIA, Greece


Overview May 2012 Bern, Switzerland.

  • Emission projections in the draft EU LRTAP emission inventory report 1990-2010

    • Reporting requirements on projections

    • Projections in the 2012 EU LRTAP emission inventory report

    • Overview on trends, gaps

    • Future role of projections expert panel

  • B. Brief presentation of the ETC-ACM technical report ”Cobenefits of climate and air pollution regulations” that includes an evaluation of representation/visibility of EU-EEA countries in global emission scenarios. (as presented in 7th meeting of projections expert panel)

  • Acknowledgements:

  • LRTAP: Elisabeth Kampel and Melanie Tista (UBA-Vienna), Martin Adams (EEA)

  • ETC-ACM scenario study: A. Colette, S. Schucht, J.-C. Péré, B. Bessagnet, L. Rouïl: (INERIS), and R. Koelemeijer, H. Eerens, K. Van Velze (PBL), and G. Mellios: EMISIA


Reporting requirements on projections May 2012 Bern, Switzerland.

From ECE/EB.AIR/97 27 January 2009 (reporting guidelines)

36. Parties to the Gothenburg Protocol shall report their latest available projections at least

every five years, and provide any updated projections annually by 15 February, for the years

2010, 2015, 2020, 2030 and 2050. Parties to the Convention that are not Parties to the Protocol

are also strongly encouraged to provide this information. (Parties are not required to report projections for those years in which emissions data are reported as part of the inventory reporting specified in paragraph 29)

37. Projected emissions for sulphur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), ammonia (NH3),

particulate matter-10 (PM10), PM2.5 and non-methane volatile organic compounds (NMVOCs)

should be reported using table IV.2a of annex IV to these Guidelines. Parties should complete

the tables at the requested level of aggregation. Where values for individual categories or

aggregated NFR categories are not available, the notation keys defined in section II.C of annex I

to these Guidelines should be used.

38. Quantitative information on parameters underlying emission projections should be

reported using the templates set out in table IV.2b of annex IV to these Guidelines. These

parameters should be reported for the projection target year and the historic year chosen as the

starting year for the projections.


Projections in the 2012 EU LRTAP emission inventory report May 2012 Bern, Switzerland.

  • Information from:

  • Draft European Union emission inventory report 1990–2010 under the UNECE Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution (LRTAP) as submitted for EIONET review.

  • “Under the reporting process to the LRTAP Convention, some Member States have submitted emission projections for the year 2015 and up to 2050 in some cases. Submitted data are available in Annex E to this report. This report does not provide further detailed analysis of projections reported by the countries in relation to the emission ceilings for 2010 in the Gothenburg Protocol to the LRTAP Convention”

  • The next slides present an overview and short analysis of the available projections data.......

  • Please note:

  • Numbers reflect data available until March 09, 2012

  • Presentation´s aim is to inform, learn and discuss not to ”judge”


NOx May 2012 Bern, Switzerland. projections submitted by Member States (status March 2012)


NMVOC projections May 2012 Bern, Switzerland.submitted by Member States (status March 2012)


SOx May 2012 Bern, Switzerland. projections submitted by Member States (status March 2012)


NH3 projections May 2012 Bern, Switzerland.submitted by Member States (status March 2012)


PM10 projections May 2012 Bern, Switzerland.submitted by Member States (status March 2012)


PM2.5 projections May 2012 Bern, Switzerland.submitted by Member States (status March 2012)


Some reflections on these projections May 2012 Bern, Switzerland.

  • Many gaps......

  • Insufficient information to combine projections and perform analysis at the EU27 level

  • Sometimes 2010 inventory data <> 2010 data in Table 2A_WM (projections)

  • Ceilings not met in 2010 sometimes also not met in future years

  • Ceilings met in 2010 sometimes exceeded after 2010

  • etc....

  • How to reflect and (if needed) how to act under the TFEIP’s projections expert panel to support countries and improve their projections.



Comparison of GHG emissions pollutant emissions


Comparison of GHG emissions pollutant emissions


Comparison of GHG emissions pollutant emissions



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